Sunday, January 26, 2014

#1831: Marine Links Sherlock MI-3 triage List to Tata Carlson Wagonlit, 7/7 Taj Mahal Hits

Plum City – ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linked triage hit lists operated by the Sherlock Holmes Park Plaza hotel in London in a franchise agreement with the MI-3 Innholders Livery Company, to the Tata Carlson Wagonlit war rooms used by hit teams to kill expert witnesses to the 7/7 bombing (Amec executive Anthony Fatayi-Williams) and the November 2008 murders at the Taj Mahal hotel in Mumbai (Andreas Liveras).

McConnell claims Serco director Maureen Baginski equipped the Sherlock triage teams with war room Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) so they could be secretly pre-positioned at crime scenes to ensure expert witnesses such as Fatayi-Williams and Liveras were DOD (Dead on Departure!) and therefore could not report that the script-kiddie attackers spoke with the same British accent!

PKI = Public Key Infrastructure built by Entrust and Cisco for Tata Carlson Wagonlit Travel 

McConnell claims Sherlock triagistes killed Fatayi-Williams because he was an expert witness to Amec’s role in recycling steel from the World Trade Center through Tata smelters in India after 9/11, while McConnell claims Liveras was killed to silence an expert witness to Tata CWT and the MI-3 Innholders’ use of luxury yachts in the trafficking of children such as Madeleine McCann and the offshore production of child pornography for use in pedophile entrapment.

McConnell invites key word Googlers to read excerpts below and ask themselves why “The List of Sherlock Innholders – The Wrist That Didn’t Bleed” book is likely to use its new title at

Prequel 1: #1830: Marine Links MI-3 Sherlock Holmes List to Carlson Wagonlit Travel, Clinton Folded Spook

Park Plaza Sherlock Holmes London | Hotel Video

"It has been a truly terrifying night for innocent people caught between the attackers and Indian security forces in Mumbai. One of them is Andreas Liveras, from Greece. We spoke to him tonight on his mobile phone from inside the Taj Mahal hotel where he was hiding along with hundreds of other guests."

False Flag exposed: Mumbai attacker "Ajmal Kasab" pleading to BHAGWAN, not Allah

7/7 - London bombings - Terrorist exercise Peter Power - Cover up

Carlson Wagonlit Travel Telepresence

Liveras’ yacht: allegedly equipped by Serco Maureen Baginski for Sherlock triage team on-scene commander during Mumbai attack!

BBC … Probe into 'UK links' to Mumbai
Reports Britons were among those who carried out the attacks in Mumbai which claimed at least 195 lives are being investigated by security experts.

It has been reported seven of the gunmen are thought to have British links, with some suspects said to be from Leeds, Hartlepool and Bradford.

So far there was no evidence that any were British, the Foreign Office said.

The body of the only known British victim, Andreas Liveras, 73, has been flown back to London.

Mr Liveras, a businessman of Cypriot origin, was caught up in the early stages of the Mumbai attacks after he left a yacht moored in the harbour to go ashore for dinner.

On Friday, an Indian official said two Pakistanis of British descent were among eight militants arrested.

BBC security correspondent Gordon Corera said British officials have confirmed they are investigating reports of Britons being involved in the attacks.

But Foreign Secretary David Miliband said it was "too early to say" if the attackers were British for definite.

The investigation came as Indian police claimed they had killed the last few militants at the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, resulting in an end to the siege three days after it began.

At least seven Britons were injured in the attacks on the Indian city.”

Four Mumbai terrorists 'had links with Britain'
Kashmiri separatists prime suspects for attacks
Saturday 29 November 2008
UK security agencies are sifting through information sent by Indian authorities to establish whether British Muslims were involved in the terrorist attacks in Mumbai that traumatised India.

The search to track down the "British connection" in the carnage began after a number of Indian officials claimed that evidence had been found on dead and captured gunmen linking them to the UK. Senior Whitehall sources confirmed that police and the security and intelligence services were combing through information sent by Indian authorities to ascertain whether any of the group which carried out the assault were UK citizens or had visited or lived in this country.

According to one report, four of the terrorists, two of them dead, had connections with Britain. The Maharashtra Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh told Associated Press that two British-born Pakistanis were among the eight gunmen arrested by Indian authorities.

However, British officials stressed they had not yet received "hard" evidence that the men were British nationals. "There is a hell of a lot going on at the minute and it is not just a matter of citizenship – that's a bit of a red herring," said one source. "We are trying to establish whether any of these men had been in this country and who they lived with, who they associated with, but it is very early days."

At least 155 people are known to have died in the multi-pronged attacks. Last night, the Indian government said the death toll could hit 200.

Britain's security agencies confirmed they were looking through intelligence on domestic suspects with overseas extremist links and reviewing tracked telephone calls to see if the "chatter" revealed British citizens were involved in the Mumbai plot. Investigators are said to be concentrating on the Kashmiri separatist group Lashkar-e-Taiba, which has previously recruited from the UK. Rashid Rauf, who was wanted in connection with a terrorist plot to blow up transatlantic airliners and was reported to have been killed recently in an American missile strike, was associated with Lashkar.

Unconfirmed reports from India stated that some of the terrorists were from Dewsbury and Bradford, areas from which some in the Muslim community had left in the past to join jihadist groups abroad. Security officials stated that all leads were be explored but stressed that no arrests had taken place in this country yet in relation to the Mumbai attacks.

Gordon Brown said: "At no point has the Prime Minister of India [Manmohan Singh] suggested ... there is evidence ... of any terrorist of British origins, but obviously these are huge investigations ... and I think it will be premature to draw any conclusions at all."

Security officials said it was looking increasingly likely that Lashkar-e-Taiba, previously known as Jaish-e-Mohammed, was involved in the attack with the militant group, Indian Mujaheddin. They played down suggestions of a direct al-Qa'ida link.

As anti-terrorist officers from Scotland Yard flew out to Mumbai, security officials urged against jumping to conclusions on documentation which may have been found on the gunmen, pointing out that they may be forged. What was crucial, said a senior source, was to establish their links in Britain and find people they had been associating with.

Ed Husain, director of the Quilliam Foundation, a think-tank that campaigns against extremism, said of the reports of British involvement in the attacks: "British Muslim leaders need to take their heads out of the sand and begin systematically dismantling the warped theology that has inspired these and other attacks. Unless our government is bolder in identifying Islamism as the root cause of extremism, we will only be responding to and not preventing terrorism. Extremist Islamist groups continue to hold events in England and recruit new followers. Radical Islamism has no place in our country."

There were still many unanswered questions last night about how many of the gunmen had been in the cell and the degree of planning they undertook before launching their operation. Indian officials said the gunmen had been arrested and were being questioned by anti-terrorism officers. Meanwhile another report, carried on the Indian NDTV news channel, suggested there may have been a total of 40 militants, 29 of them from Pakistan and the remainder from Bangladesh.

What does seem clear is that the gunmen were well-armed and well-trained. It might also be assumed that while they may have made extensive plans about the attacks, there was no plan to escape. No demands were made of the authorities and no attempt was made to use hostages to further their cause, except to cause terror. It was, in effect, a suicide mission.

Yesterday, evidence about the training and planning of the gunmen came from the commandos whose task was to confront the militants. At both the Taj Mahal and Trident-Oberoi hotels, they said it had been a game of cat-and-mouse.

"These people were very, very familiar with the hotel layouts and it appears they had carried out a survey before," said one commando, who declined to be named. He said the gunmen used their knowledge to move skillfully from place to place. "[They] showed no remorse to anybody; whoever came in front of them they fired at," he added. "They appeared to be a determined lot, wanting to create and spread terror."

The gunmen had come well-prepared. One backpack discovered by the commandos contained 400 rounds of ammunition. It is understood that some of the gunmen were carrying bags of almonds to eat during a long siege. They also had foreign currency and credit cards. Not only were they well armed with assault rifles and hand grenades, but they knew how to use them. The commando added: "It's obvious they were trained somewhere ... not everyone can handle the AK series of weapons or throw grenades like that."
Other questions will inevitably focus on how the gunmen were able to reach the coastline undetected. Some experts have suggested a lack of co-ordination between marine authorities.”

Massacre in Mumbai: Up to SEVEN gunmen were British and 'came from same area as 7/7 bombers'
UPDATED: 09:42 GMT, 8 January 2009 
British-born Pakistanis among arrested militants
Commandos storm strongholds to rescue hostages
Death toll rises as another 24 bodies found in hotel
At least five dead hostages found in Jewish Centre 
Bystanders wounded in crossfire at Taj hotel siege
British-born Pakistanis were among the Mumbai terrorists, Indian government sources claimed today, as the death toll rose to at least 150.

As many as seven of the terrorists may have British connections and some could be from Leeds and Bradford where London's July 7 bombers lived, one source said.

Two Britons were among eight gunmen being held, according to Mumbai's chief minister Vilasrao Deshmukh. At least nine others are reportedly dead.

The eight arrested were captured by commandos after they stormed two hotels and a Jewish centre to free hostages today.”

One security official said: 'There is growing concern about British involvement in the attacks.'”

Tata Communications Limited ; (formerly VSNL)[3] is an Indian global telecommunications company located in Mumbai. It owns a submarine cable network,[4] a Tier-1 IP network, and also rents data center and colocation space.[5] It operates India's largest data center in Pune.[6] Tata Communications acquired Teleglobe, a company based in Canada, andDishnetDSL, an Indian company, and is the largest shareholder in South African operator Neotel.[7] Tata Communications currently has a cable network of more than 235,000 kilometres. [citation needed]”

Taj Mahal Hotel and Oberoi Trident [edit]

Two hotels, the Taj Mahal Palace & Towerand the Oberoi Trident, were among the four locations targeted. Six explosions were reported at the Taj hotel – one in the lobby, two in the elevators, three in the restaurant – and one at the Oberoi Trident.[60][61] At the Taj Mahal, firefighters rescued 200 hostages from windows using ladders during the first night.

CNN initially reported on the morning of 27 November 2008 that the hostage situation at the Taj had been resolved and quoted the police chief ofMaharashtra stating that all hostages were freed;[62] however, it was learned later that day that there were still two attackers holding hostages, including foreigners, in the Taj Mahal hotel.[63]

During the attacks, both hotels were surrounded by Rapid Action Force personnel and Marine Commandos (MARCOS) and National Security Guards (NSG) commandos.[64][65] When reports emerged that attackers were receiving television broadcasts, feeds to the hotels were blocked.[66] Security forces stormed both hotels, and all nine attackers were killed by the morning of 29 November.[67][68] Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan of the NSG was killed during the rescue of Commando Sunil Yadav, who was hit in the leg by a bullet during the rescue operations at Taj.[69][70] 32 hostages were killed at the Oberoi Trident.[71]

A number of European Parliament Committee on International Trade delegates were staying in the Taj Mahal hotel when it was attacked,[72] but none of them was injured.[73] British Conservative Member of the European Parliament (MEP) Sajjad Karim (who was in the lobby when attackers initially opened fire there) and German Social Democrat MEPErika Mann were hiding in different parts of the building.[74] Also reported present was Spanish MEP Ignasi Guardans, who was barricaded in a hotel room.[75][76] Another British Conservative MEP, Syed Kamall, reported that he along with several other MEPs left the hotel and went to a nearby restaurant shortly before the attack.[74] Kamall also reported that Polish MEP Jan Masiel was thought to have been sleeping in his hotel room when the attacks started, but eventually left the hotel safely.[77] Kamall and Guardans reported that a Hungarian MEP's assistant was shot.[74][78] Also caught up in the shooting were the President of MadridEsperanza Aguirre, while checking in at the Oberoi Trident,[78] and Indian MP N. N. Krishnadas of Kerala and Gulam Noon while having dinner at a restaurant in the Taj hotel.[79][80]

Who’s Who in the Master Innholders When someone is invited to join the Master Innholders he or she will be a general manager of a hotel (or possibly a hands-on managing director of several hotels). Membership is a life-time award and of course not all members continue indefinitely as general managers. Some are promoted to senior positions in the industry, others turn to consultancy or change career altogether. And eventually most members enjoy a well earned retirement. The following list includes all our current members. They are listed alphabetically. About 80 of them are gainfully employed; the other 30 are retired from fulltime employment, though some continue to have important non-executive positions. 

Paul [Brackley] joined the InterContinental Hotels Group in 2006 as General Manager of Crowne Plaza London the City. He had previously spent seven years with Taj Hotels at their London property when he also had the opportunity to work on the successful transition and re-flagging of the Pierre Hotel in New York. Paul spent the first five years of his career as a Savoy trainee. He went on to join the pre-opening team at the Regent London, now the Landmark. His career has also included management positions at the Royal Crescent in Bath, the Millennium Mayfair (as it re-flagged from InterContinental) and with Thistle Hotels. Paul is focused on coaching and mentoring younger people wishing to build careers in hospitality and he is actively involved in various industry mentorship programmes.

- The Savoy Society –Trustee and Past Chairman.
- Savoy Gastronomes – committee.
- Academy of Culinary Arts –Founder Friend.
- St Julian Scholar.
- Freeman of the City of London.
- Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Cooks.”

I rarely respond to allegations that there was a direct connection between an exercise my company was running on 7 July 2005 and the real events that happened that day, but having just seen on You Tube a highly misleading video following a childish stunt against me on 12/12/07 I feel I have little choice but to make three important points:

First, I chose to meet 2 people that day who requested an interview with me while I was attending a conference in a London hotel. Having shaken their hands and asked where they were from I noticed I was being covertly filmed by one of them who denied it, although it was obvious. As it is not possible to have a civilised conversation when deceit from one side was apparent from the outset, I apologised that I could not help in such circumstances and suggested another time perhaps? I then walked back to the conference – suddenly pursued by 2 or 3 shouting people trying to make it appear I was fleeing?

Second, it’s worth reminding some people that the London underground system has so far been the subject of terrorist bombings on 21 occasions, going back to 1885. Also, on the same day as our exercise, a major law firm in the City of London was running an exercise that involved bombs on the underground. A few days before so did a major German bank in London and even the Metropolitan Police. We were not alone.

Third, our table top exercise was to involve a very small group of crisis managers under test, from a company employing c1000 people. No one was on the streets at all. Just one part of the scenario was similar to IRA incendiary bombs planted on the underground in 1992 to start fires on three underground trains, albeit the locations were by sheer coincidence, more 2005 that 1992. That’s not so surprising when we had a limited number of underground lines to choose from, given the location of our client in the centre of London.

There will be no convincing some very odd people who think actors were on the bus that was actually bombed and the UK Government staged the whole thing on 7/7, the World Trade Centre was pre-wired with explosives on 9/11 and even that tragedy was a US Government setup.

At a time when this country is under a sustained terrorist threat it makes sense to base any exercise scenario on realism and historical events and in so doing hopefully increase our overall resilience to this threat. Had the odd people I met on 12.12.07 bothered to have a proper conversation with me I would have explained all this to them but fantasists will, no matter what I say, always prefer sensationalism to sense and conspiracy to coincidence.
Peter Power. Visor Consultants Limited. 15 December 2007”

Using Tata Communications’ telepresence services increases the accessibility of businesses beyond their major company offices to their wider ecosystem of users, including customers, suppliers, remote workers and business partners. We are excited to be working with Carlson Wagonlit Travel and look forward to helping them add a new dimension to their clients’ managed travel programs,” Mr. Landau added.

Tata Communications’ managed telepresence technology allows small groups to use high-definition video and real-time audio to meet at any time of the day or night while in multiple locations worldwide. Equipped with life-size images and immersive technology, participants have the effective experience of sitting opposite one another in the same room. In addition to connecting and managing on-site private telepresence facilities for companies worldwide, Tata Communications manages several public rooms available on a pay-per-use basis in the United States, England, India, South Africa and the Philippines. The company also recently announced plans with Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide [Bill Clinton in their Sheraton Port Douglas hotel used Cisco / KPMG IPO kit to watch triage on Pentagon City Lawn] to open additional rooms worldwide in Starwood Hotels by the end of 2009.

CWT clients will also have access to Tata Communications’ Global Meeting Exchange (GMX). The GMX is designed to conveniently support business-to-business sessions on a global basis between any Cisco TelePresence rooms (public or private), irrespective of the network service provider. This pioneering global service will grow in reach over time and will enable subscribers to expand the use of telepresence from an internal meeting solution to one that reaches their global business partners outside of their company.”

Carlson Companies, Inc. was founded in 1938 as the Gold Bond Stamp Company.

Among the names in the Carlson family of brands and services are: Thomas Cook travel and financial services, Carlson Wagonlit Travel®, Regent® International Hotels, Radisson Hotels & ResortsTM Radisson Seven Seas Cruises®, Country Inns & Suites By Carlson®, T.G.I. Friday’s® restaurants and Carlson Marketing Group®, the largest relationship marketing services company in the United States. Ranked among the largest privately held corporations in the country, Carlson Companies is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In 1999, Carlson brands generated more than $31.4 billion in gross sales system-wide and currently employ about 188,000 people in more than 140 countries.

Marilyn Carlson Nelson became a trailblazer in the fight against human trafficking when she committed her travel companies to a global code of conduct that seeks to protect children from commercial sexual exploitation in travel and tourism. As part of the code of conduct Mrs. Nelson signed, she agreed to train employees to identify and report perpetrators of child sex tourism; inform travelers about the legal penalties associated with such transgressions; and develop an ethical corporate policy repudiating sexual exploitation in tourism [cf. Kristine Marcy’s DoJ pedophile entrapment racket operated by Ms. Francey Hakes]. The multi-line Carlson Companies, which includes hotel chains, cruises, restaurants, and the world’s second largest travel agency, generated more than $27 billion in sales last year and employs an estimated 198,000 persons in more than 140 nations. Carlson Companies is the first major North American travel company to adopt the code of conduct. In 2004 the US State Department Office to combat and monitor trafficking in persons named her one of their 10 Heroes Acting to End Modern-Day Slavery.

Charter Choice: Deep Relaxation
Kim Kavin
DECEMBER 01, 2008
When Liveras Yachts of Monaco decided, in 2007, to transform a small cruise ship into a luxury charter vessel, there was plenty of room for big design ideas. The biggest came to fruition in the form of a sumptuously outfitted onboard spa that ultimately would make the 295-foot Lauren L one of the most luxurious charter yachts available.

Originally launched in 2002, Lauren L was then known as Constellation, a ship designed for by-the-cabin bookings. A Russian investor bought the vessel in 2004 and converted it into a personal yacht. Liveras acquired Constellation in April 2007 as an addition to its fleet of supersize charter yachts, which included the 280-foot sister vessels Alysia and Annaliesse. (Liveras sold Annaliesse late last year.)

In addition to rechristening the ship Lauren L and adding 5 feet to its length, Liveras reconfigured the guest cabins into suites and built an entirely new master suite. The company also moved the helideck from the stern of the ship to the bow to free up space for extra tenders, one of which is a rare wooden Cantiere Motonautico Serenella day boat built in Venice, Italy.

The most significant changes to Lauren L occurred on her top deck. Designers turned a tangle of metal rails, fixtures, and furniture into a teak relaxation hub with a hot tub, bar, and lounge that are adjacent to a tastefully appointed relaxation room. The ship’s amenities include a gymnasium, an aquarium, a sauna, a steam room, a health-and-beauty salon, an aromatherapy room, and a massage-and-facial room. "A lot of boats have gyms and saunas onboard, but few offer a full line of treatments," says Sophia Dafnia, a Liveras director who was instrumental in Lauren L’s refit. "The big, open windows in the sauna and steam room are unique also. 

Usually on the larger yachts, these rooms are down below and have no view."
For more than a decade Liveras has been a leader in providing onboard spas. By the time Annaliesse launched in June 2004, some charter providers had followed the company’s lead and replaced small beauty salons with full-blown spa areas for men and women. But Liveras continued to outpace its competition: When the company sold Annaliesse, the boat had large Turkish- and Roman-style baths. Liveras was also among the first charter companies to hire a dedicated spa staff—as opposed to yacht stewardesses with spa training who gave massages when they were not making up rooms and serving meals.

With Lauren L, the company has raised the bar again. The yacht incorporates relaxation rooms, as well as aromatherapy and other spa services, that are often missing on charter vessels. For example, the Caracalla bath features lights that change to complement the specific type of essential oil a bather selects. In the relaxation room, which offers views of an onboard aquarium and the sea, charter customers can soak their hands and feet in hot paraffin while sipping non-alcoholic drinks ordered from a special spa menu. All of this as Lauren L glides leisurely from island to island.

"People work almost nonstop now, and they’re so tired," Dafnia says. "The onboard spas have become essential for our charter customers. The men love the massages, and they even go for the facials. The ladies want to look nice and have their hair done, while enjoying the wraps and all the other services."
Liveras makes Molton Brown bath and body products available in Lauren L’s guest suites and bathrooms. The spa features Thal’ion, Agrimer, and OPI products. According to Dafnia, spa staff members receive onboard training from the cosmetics companies to ensure proper mixing of powders and creams, and some have previous experience working with the products at land-based spas. "Hundreds come for the interviews when we put out a call for crew," she says. "We have room to be choosy."

Typically, three spa staff members are on duty during a Lauren L charter, but the crew can arrange for additional yoga and Pilates instructors or weight trainers, should charter guests request them. Guests must make appointments for treatments, just as they would at a land-based spa, but all of the services and use ?of the Technogym equipment are included in the yacht’s weekly base rate of about $1 million (plus expenses) for as many as 40 guests. (This winter, Lauren L is available for charter in the Caribbean at a weekly base rate of approximately $810,000.) Lauren L’s sheer size, in part, enabled Liveras to transform the yacht’s top deck. A spa of this magnitude on a 175-foot yacht would take up almost every inch of outdoor deck space. However, with Lauren L, designers simply shifted guest-gathering areas to other parts of the spacious vessel. Liveras plans similar layouts on two vessels it is building in Portugal. When the 300-foot-plus sister ships launch in 2011, they will be among the largest private ships available in the charter market, and will no doubt possess unparalleled onboard spa services. "Lauren L was a refit, so we had to work within the space that was there," Dafnia says. "On our new boats, we are giving the designer and architect some ideas about light, heat, water, colors, aromas, and relaxing sounds. We are thinking of new features so that we can surprise everybody."

Builder: Cassens Werft (Germany)
Year launched: 2002
Year refitted: 2008
Length: 295 feet
Cabins: 20 suites
Guests: 40
Crew: 40
Cruising Speed: 14 knots
Winter cruising area: Caribbean
Summer cruising area: Mediterranean
Special features: Top-deck spa; gym; conference room with seating for 17 people; dining for 42 people; lounge/bar for 60 people; library with five Internet-enabled computers; personal computer in every guest suite; children’s playroom; digital on-demand audio/video system.
Lowest weekly base rate: Approximately $1 million
Management: Liveras Yachts (Monaco),

Yours sincerely,

Field McConnell, United States Naval Academy, 1971; Forensic Economist; 30 year airline and 22 year military pilot; 23,000 hours of safety; Tel: 715 307 8222

David Hawkins Tel: 604 542-0891 Forensic Economist; former leader of oil-well blow-out teams; now sponsors Grand Juries in CSI Crime and Safety Investigation

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