Tuesday, July 8, 2014

#2026: Marine Links UK Murder Inc. to Serco Cameron Offender Tag, MH 370 Suffocation Bag

Plum City – (AbelDanger.net): United States Marine Field McConnell has linked UK Murder Inc. to the Serco Cameron Offender’s Tag Association – a virtual matrix of 50,000 assassins, blackmailers and extortionists – and the spot-fixing suffocation bags allegedly deployed to kill people disembarked from MH Flight 370 on March 8 after a Cat IIIc landing on the British Indian Ocean Territory rendition and torture base of Diego Garcia.

McConnell’s researchers have evidence that UK Murder Inc. has been operating out of White’s gaming club in London since the early 18th century and uses branded, tattooed or tagged felons released from private prisons to enforce supply-chain monopolies of the City Livery Companies.

McConnell claims Cameron joined Treasury in 1990 to extend the reach of UK Murder Inc. and secure the outsourcing contracts needed by Serco to operate private prisons and grow the Offender’s Tag Association so that Cameron’s White’s Club gamblers could spot fix the number of body bags at mass-casualty events such as Waco, Murrah, East Africa, 9/11, 7/7 and Flight 370.

McConnell notes that UK Murder Inc.’s Cameron and the recently-arrested Nicholas Sarkozy signed a joint military command agreement in 2012 which gave the Offender’s Tag Association access to the Diego Garcia Red Switch Network to “spoof” U.S. President Barack Obama and thereby authorize the Cat IIIc landing of Flight 370 on Diego Garcia through its Boeing Uninterruptible Autopilot and the subsequent sequential suffocation of its passengers.

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MH370 Power Outage Linked To Possible Hijacking - 1 July 2014
“Missing MH370 latest: Conspiracy and reality... Diego Garcia vs hijacking, families want to know
55-page report released by the Australian Transport Safety Board has opened possibility for new explanations
By Staff with Agencies Published Sunday, July 06, 2014 The search for the missing Malaysia Airline’s aircraft MH370 will now only resume in August.

Till then, relatives of 238 passengers and crew onboard, have to make do with the facts and analysis as contained in an Australian Transport Safety Bureau report. The report, after analysis by aviation experts, seems expose gaping holes in any simplistic crash explanation.

The Malaysia Airlines plane went missing on March 8, sparking an international search for the wreckage. Search in a new zone: a 60,000-square-kilometre area of the sea floor about 1800 kilometers west of Perth will begin in August.

Here are three key, likely theories that have so far emerged from books (already) written, analysis of what the report says and interviews with relatives:

Diego Garcia still alive The wife of one of the pilots onboard the missing MH370 flight has reportedly confirmed that her husband spoke to her from the cockpit, according to a report in the Independent. That and other ‘on-flight’ activity, or lack of it, has kept the conspiracy theorists favourite bogeyman – Diego Garcia – still on a slow boil.

For the complete theory and explanation click here: Diego Garcia and MH370 conspiracy of 'lost' island in middle of it all

Spectre of hijacking

According to aviation experts quoted by the UK’s The Telegraph, analyzing the report suggests hijackers may have tampered with vital cockpit equipment in a bid to avoid radar detection.

The report details evidence of a “not common” power outage on the plane less than 90 minutes after take-off from Kuala Lumpur.

The interruption of electrical power on board the Beijing-bound plane could have been the result of a hijacking attempt, aviation expert Peter Marosszeky from the University of New South Wales told The Telegraph.

In the report, crash investigators reveal that the missing Boeing 777's satellite data unit had unexpectedly tried to log on to a satellite, around an hour and a half after the flight left from Kuala Lumpur on March 8.

This request, known as a 'handshake', was likely to have been caused by a power failure on board, the 55-page report says.

The 4-hour communication gap Every time investigators probing the disappearance of MH370 seek some sort of closure on the mystery – a new angle emerges to blow the conspiracy angle wide open.

Against the backdrop of the 55-page report released by the Australian Transport Safety Board (ATSB) - narrowing down the possible final resting place from thousands of possible routes, while noting the absence of communications and the steady flight path and a number of other key abnormalities in the course of the ill-fated flight, an interview with the wife whose husband was on the plane has emerged.

Excerpts from the interview, which is the cover story of Australian ‘New Idea’ magazine, raise a pertinent question that is haunting surviving relatives of the tragedy.

"There’s a four-hour gap between when communication with the plane was lost, before a search team was activated. And no mention of what was in two tones of cargo," the exclusive interview quotes Danica Weeks as saying.

Weeks’ husband and father of her two sons, Paul, was among the 238 passengers and crew on MH370.

"I’ll never stop pushing for answers. I want to know what happened to my husband," Danica goes on to say.

The ‘no-hope’ passengers and crew theory The passengers and crew of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 most likely died from suffocation and coasted lifelessly into the ocean on autopilot, a new report released by Australian officials said.

In a 55-page report released by the Australian Transport Safety Board (ATSB) outlined how investigators had arrived at this conclusion after comparing the conditions on the flight with previous disasters, although it contained no new evidence from within the jetliner.

The report narrowed down the possible final resting place from thousands of possible routes, while noting the absence of communications and the steady flight path and a number of other key abnormalities in the course of the ill-fated flight.

"Given these observations, the final stages of the unresponsive crew, hypoxia event type appeared to best fit the available evidence for the final period of MH370's flight when it was heading in a generally southerly direction," the ATSB report said.

All of that suggested that the plane most likely crashed farther south into the Indian Ocean than previously thought, Australian officials also said, leading them to announce a shift farther south within the prior search area.

The new analysis comes more than 100 days after the Boeing 777, carrying 239 passengers and crew, disappeared on March 8 shortly after taking off from Kuala Lumpur bound for Beijing.

Investigators say what little evidence they have to work with suggests the plane was deliberately diverted thousands of kilometers from its scheduled route before eventually plunging into the Indian Ocean.

Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 was almost certainly on autopilot when it ran out of fuel and crashed, with the crew likely "unresponsive", Australian officials said Thursday, announcing the search for wreckage would shift further south.

An expert group has reviewed all the existing information and Australian Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss said it was now "highly, highly likely that the aircraft was on autopilot" when it went down.

"Otherwise it could not have followed the orderly path that has been identified through the satellite sightings," he told reporters.

Martin Dolan, commissioner of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB), which is leading the search, agreed.

"Certainly for its path across the Indian Ocean we are confident that the aircraft was operating on autopilot until it went out of fuel," he said.

He quantified this by saying the experts assessed that the plane flew in a straight line, according to the electronic "handshakes" it periodically exchanged with satellites.

"If you look at our detailed report, you will see there are seven arcs that we are looking at and we're saying the path the aircraft took to intercept each of those arcs was a straight path," he said.

Australia's Deputy PM says it is 'highly likely' that the missing flight MH370 was flying on autopilot when it flew into the southern Indian Ocean and disappeared more than 100 days ago.

Dead, alive or lost? How to live for 100 days... A wife's story Zhang Qian's world has collapsed in the more than 100 days since her husband disappeared along with Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. She quit her job, sleeps rarely and prefers not to go out, except to Buddhist temples, where she has found some solace.

In the more than 100 days since her husband disappeared along with Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, Zhang Qian's world has collapsed. She quit her job, sleeps rarely and prefers not to go out, except to the Buddhist temples where she has found some solace.

"At the temple, I can speak from my heart to my husband," Zhang, 28, said on a recent visit to the Temple of Spiritual Light in the western hills of Beijing. She broke down in sobs before continuing.

"I think he can hear me ... I have so much to tell him, there is so much I have not said. I hope the Buddha will carry those words to him and bring him back."

Much of the world has moved on from the frenzied interest in the mysterious March 8 disappearance of the plane, but relatives of the 239 people missing cannot. Satellite data shows that the plane went down in a remote area of the southern Indian Ocean far from any land, but with no trace of the aircraft recovered, many cling to a flicker of hope — however faint — that their loved ones might still be alive.

"It may be my fantasy, but what if one day he sends some distress signals and he gets saved, and that will be the end of this?" Zhang said.

Her husband was among 153 Chinese on the plane. Chinese culture places an especially heavy emphasis on finding and seeing the remains of people believed dead before true grieving and the process of moving on can begin.

The absence of proof of death has made closure elusive for all relatives, said Lawrence Palinkas, professor of social work at the University of Southern California.

"When there is no physical proof of death, it is easier to remain in (denial) for a much longer period of time," he said. "At this point, those who have not accepted the possibility that the plane crashed and all aboard were lost are relying on extended family and friends to maintain the belief that family members are still alive, or that hope is still viable until the remains are found."”

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“Disowned by Cameron, the raffish men-only club that his father once ran
PUBLISHED: 22:15 GMT, 18 July 2013 | UPDATED: 16:22 GMT, 19 July 2013 As the BBC is embroiled in yet another row over sexism after presenter John Inverdale's poorly judged on air-comments, and MPs scramble in Westminster to condemn male-only establishments - just down the road, at White's in St James's, it is very much business as usual. The exclusive membership only establishment - the 'original 'old boy's club' - is the grandest, oldest and most notoriously difficult to gain entrance to. Once, every Prime Minister from Robert Walpole in the early 18th century to Robert Peel in the mid-19th was a member, and the club boasts a bar which 'has not shut for 200 years'. But White's - to which only one woman, the Queen, has ever been allowed entrance - was quietly disowned by David Cameron in 2008, despite his father Ian once being chairman. The Prime Minister is said to be the only member to have left of his own free will. Here, HARRY MOUNT takes a look at the history of Britain’s most notorious male only club - where rakes, rogues and royals have drunk side by side.

… Since then, the ‘White’s Club S**t’ has entered club slang to mean the worst sort of nasty, selfish, pompous show-off.

Still, in its 300-year history, the club has played host to some illustrious members and a glittering array of politicians.

Among its old members are the Duke of Wellington, the Regency dandy Beau Brummell, George IV, William IV, Edward VII and Winston Churchill’s son, Randolph. Prince Charles is a member and held his Bollinger champagne-fuelled stag night at the club before his wedding to Lady Diana Spencer.

Prince William is said to be a member.

The club has also attracted its fair share of rogues.

White’s was implicated in the great ‘Cambridge Spies’ scandal. Some have claimed that the recruitment and subsequent movements of Guy Burgess, Donald Duart Maclean, Kim Philby and Anthony Blunt were orchestrated from the club’s bar.

Meanwhile, in his novels Evelyn Waugh used the club as the model for ‘Bellamy’s’, the home of ‘grandee and card sharper, duellist and statesman’.

Certainly, gambling has always been part of the fabric of White’s. In William Hogarth’s 1733 series of cautionary paintings – The Rake’s Progress – the rake is driven mad by losing his fortune at the gaming tables of White’s.”

“White's is a gentleman's club in St James's Street, London. It is the oldest and most exclusive gentleman's club in London.[1][2]It gained a reputation in the 18th century for both its exclusivity and the often raffish behaviour of its members. Notable current members include Charles, Prince of Wales, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Conrad Black and Tom Stacey. British Prime Minister David Cameron was formerly a member for fifteen years but resigned in 2008, despite his father Ian Cameron having previously been the club's chairman, over the club's refusal to admit women.[3][4][5][6][7] White's continues to be a men-only establishment; the only exception being made during a visit by Queen Elizabeth II in 1991.[7] White's is a member of the Association of London Clubs.[8]”

“Building a State-of-the-Practice Data Communications Network To create a state-of-the-practice data communications network required Serco to engineer different solutions for each of the AFSCN’s unique locations. Each ground station around the world had to be surveyed in order to develop detailed installation plans, project support agreements and testing plans. Furthermore, to assure communications reliability between the ground station and the operational control nodes, Serco also had to conduct a complete circuit testing exercise.

… In developing this enhanced voice and data communications network, Serco’s team engineered and implemented an ATM backbone and secure voice system for each of the AFSCN ground stations. The installed network was based on a Wide Area Network (WAN) architecture utilizing IP based network capabilities and proprietary secure communication technologies such as KG-75s, KG-84S and KIV-7s. In addition, Serco ensured Defense Red Switch Network connectivity and operations throughout the AFSCN”

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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