Wednesday, April 9, 2014

#1916: Marine Links Soames Cock in MI-3 Till to Serco Red-Switch Autopilot, MH 370 Qui Tam Fraud

Plum City – ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linked a cock in the till blackmail organization led by Nicholas Soames and the MI-3 Innholders Livery Company, to Serco director Maureen Baginski’s red-switch hacks of the Boeing Uninterruptible Autopilot in a qui tam fraud (False Claims18 U.S.C. § 962) where Serco and its U.S. Small Business Administration partners allegedly armed the Boeing 777 of MH Flight 370 for man-in-the-middle attacks on blackmailed officials in the Five Eyes chain of command.

McConnell claims that the former U.K. Defence minister Nicholas “Cock in the Till” Soames paid Ms. Baginski to relay a FLASH OVERRIDE command via MI-3 hotel blackmailers to the Boeing Uninterruptible Autopilot on MH370 and so launch a MitM attack on terrified Five Eyes officers now forced to hunt for bogus black boxes and simulated pings from 5,800 meters of water in the Diamintina Trench. 

McConnell notes that his sister Kristine Marcy, a former Chief Operating Officer of the U.S. Small Business Administration, guaranteed loans to Serco Soames protégé companies to procure the red-switch-activated uninterruptible autopilots claimed to secure Boeing passenger planes against the kind of hijackings witnessed on 9/11. 

#1915: Marine Links MI-3 Red Switch Soames to Serco Assange Hack, Simulated 370 Pings 

Missing Malaysia MH370 Plane Search Regains Recorder Signal - 9 April 2014

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“This image provided by the Joint Agency Co-ordination Centre shows a map indicating the locations of signals detected by vessels looking for signs of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 in the southern Indian Ocean.

The Language of Journalism: Profanity, obscenity & the media Melvin J. Lasky - 2005 - ‎Language Arts & Disciplines Profanity, obscenity & the media Melvin J. Lasky. The Saturday edition ... He was Nicholas Soames, himself a minister in John Major's Conservative government ( 1992-1997). And it could hardly ... You must get your cock in the till."

More ‘pings’ raise hope wreckage of Flight 370 will be found as search area narrows
Associated Press
Published: April 10, 2014, 12:20 am
Updated: 36 mins ago
By Nick Perry And Kristen Gelineau

PERTH, Australia — Planes and ships hunting for the missing Malaysian jetliner zeroed in on a targeted patch of the Indian Ocean on Thursday, after a navy ship picked up underwater signals that are consistent with a plane’s black box. Thursday’s search zone was the smallest yet in the month-long search for Flight 370 — 57,923 square kilometres of ocean — and comes a day after the Australian official in charge of the search expressed hope that crews were closing in on the “final resting place” of the vanished jet.

Angus Houston, who is co-ordinating the search off Australia’s west coast, said Wednesday that equipment on the Australian vessel Ocean Shield had picked up two sounds from deep below the surface on Tuesday, and an analysis of two other sounds detected in the same general area on Saturday showed they were consistent with a plane’s flight recorders, or “black boxes.” “I’m now optimistic that we will find the aircraft, or what is left of the aircraft, in the not-too-distant future,” Houston said Wednesday.

No further sounds had been picked up overnight, Houston’s search co-ordination centre said Thursday. But the Ocean Shield was continuing its hunt, slowly dragging a U.S. navy pinger locator through the ocean’s depths, hoping to find the signal again and get a more specific fix on its location.

Meanwhile, 14 planes and 13 ships were looking for floating debris across the search zone, which extends from 2,280 kilometres northwest of Perth, and China’s Haixun 01 was using underwater acoustic equipment to search for signals in an area several hundred miles south of the Ocean Shield. A “large number of objects” had been spotted by searchers combing the area on Wednesday, but the few that had been retrieved by search vessels were not believed to be related to the missing plane, the co-ordination centre said.

Search crews have already looked in the area they were criss-crossing on Thursday, but were moving in tighter patterns, now that the search zone has been narrowed to about a quarter the size it was a few days ago, Houston said.

Finding the flight data and cockpit voice recorders soon is important because their locator beacons have a battery life of about a month, and Tuesday marked one month since Flight 370 vanished en route from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, to Beijing with 239 people aboard.

If the batteries fail before the recorders are located, finding them in such deep water — about 4,500 metres — would be difficult, if not impossible.

“I believe we are searching in the right area, but we need to visually identify aircraft wreckage before we can confirm with certainty that this is the final resting place of MH370,” Houston said. “For the sake of the 239 families, this is absolutely imperative.”

The hope expressed by Houston on Wednesday contrasted with the frustrating search for the Boeing 777, which disappeared shortly after takeoff in one of the biggest mysteries in aviation history. The plane veered off-course for an unknown reason, with officials saying that satellite data indicates it went down in the southern Indian Ocean. The black boxes could help solve that mystery.

The signals detected 1,645 kilometres northwest of Perth by the Ocean Shield are the strongest indication yet that the plane crashed and is now at the bottom of the ocean in the area where the search is now focused.

A data analysis of the signals heard Saturday determined they were distinct, man-made and pulsed consistently, Houston said. “They believe the signals to be consistent with the specification and description of a flight data recorder,” he said. To assist the Ocean Shield, the Australian navy dropped buoys by parachute in a pattern near where the signals were last heard.

Royal Australian navy Commodore Peter Leavy said each buoy will dangle a hydrophone listening device about 300 metres below the surface. The hope, he said, is the buoys will help better pinpoint the signals.

Houston acknowledged searchers were running out of time, noting the last two signals were weaker and briefer than the first pair heard Saturday, suggesting the batteries are failing.

“So we need to, as we say in Australia, ‘make hay while the sun shines,’ ” Houston said. The weakening of the signals also could indicate the device was farther away, U.S. navy Capt. Mark Matthews said.

Temperature, water pressure or the saltiness of the sea could also be factors.

Leavy said thick silt on the ocean floor also could distort the sounds and may hide wreckage from the eventual visual search.

Houston said a decision had not yet been made on how long to use the towed ping locator while knowing the beacons’ batteries will likely fail soon, saying only that a decision to deploy an unmanned submarine in the search was “not far away.” When the ping locator’s use is exhausted, the sub will be sent to create a sonar map of a potential debris field on the seabed. The Bluefin 21 sub takes six times longer to cover the same area as the ping locator.

Matthews said the detections indicate the beacon is within about a 20-kilometre radius, equal to a 1,300-square-kilometre chunk of the ocean floor — an area the size of Los Angeles.

It would take the sub about six weeks to two months to canvass an area that big, which is why the ping locator is still being used to hone in on a more precise location, Matthews said.

The audio search was narrowed to its current position after engineers predicted a flight path by analyzing signals between the plane and a satellite and investigators used radar data to determine the plane’s speed and where it may have run out of fuel.

Houston noted that all four of the pings detected since Saturday were near the site of a final, partial “handshake” signal revealed earlier in the investigation.

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In common law, a writ of qui tam is a writ whereby a private individual who assists a prosecution can receive all or part of any penalty imposed. Its name is an abbreviation of the Latin phrase qui tam pro domino rege quam pro se ipso in hac parte sequitur, meaning "[he] who sues in this matter for the king as well as for himself."

The writ fell into disuse in England and Wales following the Common Informers Act 1951 but, as of 2010, remains current in the United States under the False Claims Act, 31 U.S.C. § 3729 et seq., which allows a private individual, or "whistleblower," with knowledge of past or present fraud committed against the federal government to bring suit on its behalf. There are also qui tam provisions in 18 U.S.C. § 962 regarding arming vessels against friendly nations, 25 U.S.C. § 201 regarding violating Indian protection laws, 46a U.S.C. 723 regarding the removal of undersea treasure from the Florida coast to foreign nations, and 35 U.S.C. § 292regarding false marking. In February 2011, the qui tam provision regarding false marking was held to be unconstitutional by a U.S. District Court,[1] and in September of that year, the enactment of the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act effectively removed qui tam remedies from § 292.[2]”

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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.

IMMEDIATE (O)[edit] 

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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