Sunday, April 6, 2014

#1912: Marine Links Obama’s 30-Day Red Switch Hack to Serco's MI-3 Westin Tags, Kuala Lumpur Beijing Pings

Plum City – ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Michelle Obama’s 30-Day Red Switch hacking privileges to Serco’s alleged deployment of tagged saboteurs through the Starwood Westin Hotel chain and MI-3 Innholders Livery Company and fleeting pings associated with the hijack of MH Flight 370 between Kuala Lumpur and Beijing, the diversion to Diego Garcia and a ditched black box detected by a Chinese hand-held hydrophone in the Indian Ocean.

McConnell claims that Serco director Maureen Baginski placed Michelle Obama in the Westin Hotel in Beijing as cover for her use of the 30-Day Red Switch to negotiate an exchange of stealth technologies for the Freescale team on MH 370 and an agreement to dispose of the plane without exposing the Serco-Airbus hack of Starwood Westin hotels and the UK MoD's Skynet military satellite communications.

#1911: Marine Links Serco MH 370 to MI-3 Mycroft Holmes, SPOOK Switch Wrongful Deaths


Malaysian Flight MH370 hijacked by remote control and hidden?

Beijing hotel workers already 'fed up' with Obama entourage in 3400-square-foot, $8,350-per-night suite inconveniencing 'pretty much everyone' – and the first lady's mother is 'barking at the staff' 

Michelle Obama, her daughters and her mother Marian Robinson are staying in a sumptuous presidential suite at a Beijing Westin note.

Mrs. Robinson has been 'barking at the staff since she arrived,' a hotel staffer said, adding that 'we can't wait for this to be over'

Secret Service agents are monopolizing elevators and booting high-paying guests from their rooms to occupy a block of space near the first lady

Both front and back doors of the hotel are blocked off, with Chinese and U.S. security agents screening everyone who enters

Ordinary Chinese describe Mrs. Obama and her family as kind and gracious, but hotel staff are 'fed up'
PUBLISHED: 21:12 GMT, 21 March 2014 | UPDATED: 14:02 GMT, 22 March 2014” 

“Being close to Petronas Towers, The Westin Kuala Lumpur Hotel offers mix of recreational, dining, business and function facilities for an enjoyable holiday. The local attractions such as Central Market, Starhill Gallery are also within easy reach from the hotel. Location

The Westin Hotel is located in Bukit Bintang, an area, which is home to many landmark shopping centres, cafes, clubs, shops, malls and specialty shops. Some of the places of interest of Kuala Lumpur including Sungei Wang Plaza, Berjaya Times Square and Craft Complex are less than a kilometre from the property.


The Westin Hotel offers 443 comfortable guestrooms that are well equipped with a range of modern facilities including air conditioning, coffeemaker, telephone, cable TV, refrigerator and Wi-Fi access (fees apply) [Serco’s Maureen Baginski has integrated the Starwood Westin Wi-Fi service with Defense Red Switch Network to support a 30-Day Flash Override capability for selected guests cf. Starwood Sheraton, Bill Clinton 9/11]

NOTE: In-room Wi-Fi access fee is RM 48.00 nett for 24 hours.

900m to Berjaya Times Square.
900m to Sungei Wang Plaza.
2km to Kuala Lumpur City Center.
2km to Petronas Towers”

“Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370: signals 'important lead'

More electronic pulses picked up not far from previous signal

The Associated Press Posted: Apr 06, 2014 6:41 AM ET Last Updated: Apr 06, 2014 10:10 AM ET Three separate but fleeting sounds from deep in the Indian Ocean offered new hope Sunday in the hunt for the missing Malaysian airliner, as officials rushed to determine whether they were signals from the plane's black boxes before their beacons fall silent.

The head of the multinational search being conducted off Australia's west coast confirmed that a Chinese ship had picked up electronic pulsing signals twice in a small patch of the search zone, once on Friday and again on Saturday.

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On Sunday, an Australian ship carrying sophisticated deep-sea sound equipment picked up a third signal in a different part of the massive search area. "This is an important and encouraging lead, but one which I urge you to treat carefully," retired Australian Air Chief Marshall Angus Houston, who is coordinating the search, told reporters in Perth. He stressed that the signals had not been verified as being linked to Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which was travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing when it disappeared March 8 with 239 people on board. "We have an acoustic event. The job now is to determine the significance of that event. It does not confirm or deny the presence of the aircraft locator on the bottom of the ocean," Houston said, referring to each of the three transmissions.

China's official Xinhua News Agency reported Saturday that the patrol vessel Haixun 01 on Friday detected a "pulse signal" at 37.5 kilohertz (cycles per second) — the same frequency emitted by flight data recorders aboard the missing plane — in the southern Indian Ocean.

Houston confirmed the report, and said the Haixun 01 detected a signal again on Saturday within 2 kilometres of the original signal, for 90 seconds. He said China also reported seeing white objects floating in the sea in the area.

The British navy ship HMS Echo, which is fitted with sophisticated sound-locating equipment, is moving to the area where the signals were picked up and will be there in the next day or two, Houston said. The Australian navy's Ocean Shield, which is carrying high-tech sound detectors from the U.S. Navy, will also head there, but will first investigate the sound it picked up in its current region, about 300 nautical miles (555 kilometres) away, he said.

Mystery of Malaysia Flight 370

Watch the documentary on The Passionate Eye airing on CBC News Network tonight at 8 p.m. ET/PT Australian air force assets are also being deployed into the Haixun 01's area to try to confirm or discount the signals' relevance to the search, Houston said.

In Kuala Lumpur, families of passengers aboard the missing plane attended a prayer service on Sunday that also drew thousands of Malaysian sympathizers.

"This is not a prayer for the dead because we have not found bodies. This is a prayer for blessings and that the plane will be found," said Liow Tiong Lai, the president of the government coalition party that organized the two-hour session.

WATCH: Mystery of Malaysia Flight 370 on The Passionate Eye

Two Chinese women were in tears and hugged by their caregivers after the rally. Many others looked sombre, and several wore white T-shirts emblazoned with the words "Pray for MH370."

Two-thirds of the passengers aboard Flight 370 were Chinese, and a group of relatives has been in Kuala Lumpur for most of the past month to follow the investigation. Liow said some of them were planning to go home on Sunday.

After weeks of fruitless looking, the multinational search team is racing against time to find the sound-emitting beacons and cockpit voice recorders that could help unravel the mystery of the plane. The beacons in the black boxes emit "pings" so they can be more easily found, but the batteries last for only about a month.

Investigators believe Flight 370 veered way off-course and came down somewhere in the southern Indian Ocean, though they have not been able to explain why it did so.

The crew of the Chinese ship reportedly picked up the signals using a hand-held sonar device called a hydrophone dangled over the side of a small runabout — something experts said was technically possible but extremely unlikely.

U.K., Australian ships scour area

The equipment aboard the Ocean Shield and the HMS Echo are dragged slowly behind each ship over long distances and are considered far more sophisticated than those the Chinese crew was using. 

Footage aired on China's state-run CCTV showed crew members in the small boat with a device shaped like a large soup can attached to a pole. It was hooked up by cords to electronic equipment in a padded suitcase as they poked the device into the water.

"If the Chinese have discovered this, they have found a new way of finding a needle in a haystack," said aviation expert Geoffrey Thomas, editor-in-chief of "Because this is amazing. And if it proves to be correct, it's an extraordinarily lucky break."

There are many clicks, buzzes and other sounds in the ocean from animals, but the 37.5 kilohertz pulse was selected for underwater locator beacons because there is nothing else in the sea that would naturally make that sound, said William Waldock, an expert on search and rescue who teaches accident investigation at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Arizona.

The challenges of a remote ocean search
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"They picked that (frequency) so there wouldn't be false alarms from other things in the ocean," he said.

But after weeks of false alarms, officials were careful Sunday not to overplay the development. "We are hopeful but by no means certain," Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said of the detection of the signals.

"This is the most difficult search in human history. We need to be very careful about coming to hard and fast conclusions too soon," Abbott told reporters during a visit to Japan.

Houston, the search coordinator, conceded that his organization first heard about the initial signal China had detected when it was reported by a Chinese journalist aboard the Haixun 01. He said that at "almost the same time" he was informed of the development by the Chinese government.

The agency was formally told about the second Chinese detection on Saturday "in absolutely the normal way," he said. 

 "China is sharing everything that is relevant to this search. Everything," Houston said. Still, the search agency will be adding a Chinese-speaking liaison officer "to make sure nothing falls through the cracks," he said.

Houston also said there had been a correction to satellite data that investigators have been using to calculate Flight 370's likely flight pattern. As a result, starting on Monday, the southern section of the current search zone will be given higher priority than the northern part.

The signals detected by the Chinese ship were in the southern high priority zone, Houston said. Up to 12 military and civilian planes and 13 ships took part in the search Sunday of three areas totalling about 216,000 square kilometres. The areas are about 2,000 kilometres northwest of the Australian west coast city of Perth.

In a separate development, a senior Malaysian government official on Sunday said investigators have determined that the plane skirted Indonesian airspace as it flew from Peninsular Malaysia to the southern Indian Ocean.

The official, who declined to be named because he isn't authorized to speak to the media, said Indonesian authorities have confirmed that the plane did not show up on their military radar. The plane could have deliberately flown around Indonesian airspace to avoid radar detection, or may have coincidentally travelled out of radar range, he said.
© The Associated Press, 2014”

[Spoliation inference: Baginski allegedly created a“temporary” flash override capability for traveling guests of the Starwood Westin Hotel chain MI-3 Innolders Livery Company to stage man-in-the-middle attacks on government leaders and crime-scene investigators to shelter the guilty] Temporary DSN service upgrading to support the NCA, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, CINCs, Service Chiefs, or other equivalent personnel during travel is authorized for all precedence levels for up to 30 days. Temporary upgrading is also authorized for emergencies and exercises. Requests should follow the procedures in Enclosure C and must be coordinated with DISA and approved by the CINC or the Service Chief concerned. Approvals of flash override and flash access must be provided to DISA and the Joint Staff. The CINC or Service Chief must identify source of funding to cover additional costs prior to approval.”

McConnell offers his services as an expert witness to explain the jargon associated with the Stealth, Priority Override and Boeing Uninterruptible Autopilot technologies as they connect with the wrongful deaths in re MH 370 and malfeasance of Serco, Boeing, The Honourable Company of Air Pilots and the Air Line Pilots Association, Int’l (ALPA).

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

Ian Bendel's Overview Current SERCO Site Lead Defense Red Switch Network Pentagon at Serco - North America Defense Red Switch Network Engineer II at Serco - North America


Defense Red Switch Systems Specialist at SAIC, Pentagon
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American University
Community College of the Air Force
Airman Leadership School, 2006 United States Air Force, Royal Air Force

Seeking new opportunities in IT management and audio-visual production
* Eleven years defense IT & network management experience
* Active Top Secret/SCI U.S. Government security clearance
* Knowledge of LAN/WAN network infrastructure
* Expert maintenance capability for network, cryptographic, and transmission systems
* Advanced knowledge of Government encryption devices, Cisco routers and switches, VoIP/SVoIP phones, 
Windows networks, modems, multiplexers, cabling, and Defense Red Switch Network
* DOD 8570 IAT level II certified, CompTIA Security+ CE
Specialties: cabling, Cisco routers, computer hardware, cryptography, LAN/WAN, materials management, Microsoft Windows, modems, networking, switches, telecommunications, telephone skills, transmission, troubleshooting, voice and data, VOIP/SVOIP
Ian Bendel's Experience
SERCO Site Lead Defense Red Switch Network Pentagon
Serco - North America
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SRP; Outsourcing/Offshoring industr
January 2012 – Present (2 years 4 months) Arlington, VA
Promoted to Site Lead for the SERCO Subcontract to SAIC. Management of five subcontractors across three shifts in the Pentagon office of the Defense Red Switch Network.
Defense Red Switch Network Engineer II
Serco - North America
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SRP; Outsourcing/Offshoring industry
February 2010 – Present (4 years 3 months)
* Responsible for daily keying, updates, installation, and configuration of all Pentagon DRSN equipment
* Within one month, reconfigured and modernized more than ten critical circuits vital to the secure communications of the US military
* Routinely interfaces and supports the communication needs of over 800 top government officials including the Secretary of Defense, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the President of the United States
Defense Red Switch Systems Specialist
SAIC, Pentagon
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; SAIC; Information Technology and Services industry J
anuary 2009 – September 2009 (9 months)
* Responsible for daily keying, updates, installation, and configuration of all Pentagon DRSN equipment
* Within one month, reconfigured and modernized more than ten critical circuits vital to the secure communications of the US military
* Routinely interfaces and supports the communication needs of over 800 top government officials including the Secretary of Defense, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the President of the United States
Network Infrastructure Requirements Manager
United States Air Force Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Defense & Space industry June 2006 – January 2009 (2 years 8 months)
* Responsible for surveying technical needs and associated costs for all new network infrastructure requirements
* Led Voice Over IP integration team, providing technical solutions, costs, and engineering skill for over 800 new phones
Network Infrastructure Technician 
United States Air Force
Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Defense & Space industry
October 2005 – June 2006 (9 months)
* Responsible for the configuration and maintenance of Cisco routers, switches, VOIP phones and call managers.
* Maintained local network configuration management drawings, Primary COMSEC Responsible Officer. * Supervisor of three airmen in requirements section.
Secure Communications Technician
United States Air Force
Government Agency; 10,001+ employees; Defense & Space industry
October 2002 – October 2005 (3 years 1 month)
* Keying and maintenance of more than 75 long-haul cryptographic circuits.
* Primary records custodian responsible for maintenance and disposition of thousands of government files.
* Direct support of TBMCS, JWICS, SIPRNET, and DRSN equipment.”

CCEB military precedence[edit]

The Combined Communications Electronics Board (CCEB), a five-nation joint military communications-electronics organization (consisting of Australia,Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States), uses the following message precedence designators, in descending order of importance: FLASH (Z)[edit

This precedence is reserved for initial enemy contact messages or operational combat messages of extreme urgency. Brevity is mandatory. FLASH messages are to be handled as fast as humanly possible, ahead of all other messages, with in-station handling time not to exceed 10 minutes. Messages of lower precedence are interrupted on all circuits involved until the handling of FLASH messages is completed.


This precedence is reserved for messages relating to situations gravely affecting the security of the nation. It requires immediate delivery. Examples include reports of widespread civil disturbance, reports or warning of grave natural disaster, and requests for or directions concerning search and rescue operations. IMMEDIATE messages are processed, transmitted, and delivered in the order received and ahead of all messages of lower precedence. They are to be handled as quickly as possible, with in-station handling time not to exceed 30 minutes. Messages of lower precedence should be interrupted on all circuits involved until the handling of the IMMEDIATE message is completed. The use of the letter "O" comes from the original name for this level, "operational immediate". PRIORITY (P)[edit]

This precedence is reserved for traffic requiring expeditious action by the addressee or for conducting operations in progress when ROUTINE precedence will not suffice. PRIORITY precedence messages are processed, transmitted, and delivered in the order received and ahead of all messages of ROUTINE precedence. Examples include requests for supplies or equipment during the conduct of an operation, time-critical items requiring quick response, and situation reports. They are to be handled as quickly as possible, with in-station handling time not to exceed 3 hours. ROUTINE (R)[edit] This precedence is used for all types of message traffic justifying transmission by rapid means, but not of sufficient urgency to require higher precedence. ROUTINE precedence messages are delivered in the order received and after all messages of higher precedence. Examples include any message that requires the documentation of its transmission or delivery; messages concerning normal operations, programs, or projects; and periodic or consolidated reports. They should be handled as soon as traffic flow allows, but no later than the beginning of the next duty day. Flash Override (Y)[edit]

The National Command Authority (usually the President of the United States) has access to a FLASH OVERRIDE (FO) capability. FO is not a precedence, but instead represents the authority and means to override all other traffic, including FLASH precedence messages. In written message traffic, the proword 'Y' is used to indicate a message having the authority to override all other traffic and is usually assigned to Emergency Action Messages (EAM).”



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