Wednesday, July 23, 2014

#2046: Marine Links Serco Body-Snatch Tags to Cameron-White’s Spot-Fix Bags and MH17 Murder of Banker Hoare

Plum City – ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco agents’ alleged use of offender tags to track bodies snatched from mass-casualty crime scenes to David Cameron’s apparent deployment of spot-fixing body bags for his erstwhile spread-betting friends at White’s Club and the MH Flight 17 murder of banker Andrew Hoare – a suspected whistle blower to a HSBC-Gadhafi Family money-laundering racket in Luxembourg.

Readers should check the articles below which suggest that four generations of the Cameron family have helped HSBC to launder profits from the international arms and drug trade and see if they can identify the people (at White’s?) who appear to have hired "'experts' of unknown provenance" to remove bodies from the MH17 crime scene and fill spot-fixed bags with body parts, including those belonging to prospective whistle blower and Luxembourg banker, the late Andrew Hoare.

Prequel 1: #2045: Marine Links Serco MH17 Body-Snatch Tags to Menzies Cargo Fraud, Obama DMORT Morgues

Train carrying bodies from Flight 17 crash is on the move

Gaming scene based on White’s

Serco….... bringing service to life

President obama speech press conference on Malaysia plane 
crash shot down Flight MH17 7/18/14

MH17: Vladimir Putin is given 'one last chance' as world fury mounts over downed flight
Dutch PM describes armed rebels' behaviour in blocking access to crash site as 'revolting'

Bodies of MH17 passengers stored in rail wagons as pressure on Russia mounts - live updates
Shaun Walker in Kiev, Oksana Grytsenko in Grabovo, and Philip Oltermann in Berlin
The Observer, Sunday 20 July 2014

Global leaders rounded on Vladimir Putin on Saturday night as armed separatists continued to block international inspectors attempting to identify and repatriate bodies at the Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash site in eastern Ukraine.
Amid reports that pro-Russia rebels accused of shooting down the plane had removed corpses themselves and were looting credit cards and other possessions belonging to some of the 298 victims, Mark Rutte, the Dutch prime minister, said that Putin had "one last chance to show he means to help [rescuers recover the bodies]".

Rutte vented his anger following what he called a "very intense" conversation with the Russian president. Referring to allegations that bodies of the passengers, including 193 Dutch nationals, were being treated with contempt and allowed to rot at the scene, he said: "I was shocked at the pictures of utterly disrespectful behaviour at this tragic spot. It's revolting."

David Cameron called for the EU and the west to change its approach to Russia if Putin does not alter course on Ukraine following the tragedy. The prime minister said: "This is a direct result of Russia destabilising a sovereign state, violating its territorial integrity, backing thuggish militias, and training and arming them. We must turn this moment of outrage into a moment of action."

Following reports about attempts to use victims' credit cards, Dutch banks said that they were taking "preventive measures" and that any losses suffered by relatives of the dead would be paid back. TheDeTelegraaf newspaper said: "The government must make clear to the world that we are beside ourselves with rage."

Speaking about the British government's priorities Philip Hammond, the foreign secretary, said: "Our focus now is on securing the site so there is a proper international investigation to identify the cause and the perpetrators and bring them to justice, and making sure the victims are dealt with with proper dignity and respect."

The US secretary of state, John Kerry, also stressed in a phone call with the Russian foreign minister, Sergei Lavrov, that investigators must get full access to the crash site.

The situation there descended into chaos on Saturday as "experts" of unknown provenance moved bodies decomposing in the baking heat from fields to the roadside, and used bags to collect body parts. A spokesman for the OSCE, Michael Bociurkiw, said: "Some of the body bags are open and the damage to the corpses is very, very bad – it is very difficult to look at."

It was a horrific scene and came despite huge pressure on Moscow to force the rebels to allow proper access to the site. The Ukrainian government accused the separatists of removing 38 bodies from the site to a morgue in rebel-held Donetsk. But as politicians and newspapers across the world lay blame for Thursday'stragedy at the door of pro-Russia separatists and Vladimir Putin personally, the Kremlin has remained defiant. Putin has said Ukraine is to blame, and Russia's defense ministry issued a list of 10 questions for Kiev on Saturday, insinuating that it was a Ukrainian missile that downed the plane, while the self-declared prime minister of the Donetsk People's Republic, Alexander Borodai, told Russian television that the entire event had been a setup by Ukrainian authorities.

"[Ukrainian president Petro] Poroshenko promised a 'surprise' for the rebels. I think this is the surprise he was talking about – a plane full of civilians shot down," said Borodai. However, a senior Ukrainian security official claimed on Saturday that Kiev had evidence the missile was fired from separatist territory by Russian specialists who had crossed the border with the equipment.

The Ukrainian prime minister, Arseniy Yatsenyuk, told a German newspaper that the missile required "very professional staff" and "could not be operated by drunken gorillas", suggesting that the separatists had outside help from Russia. When asked about the growing circumstantial evidence that the separatists shot down the jet in error, thinking it to be a Ukrainian air force plane, Borodai said: "It's a lie and I hope it will be proved as a lie by experts, including international experts who have already arrived on our territory."

However, there were no recognisable international or even Ukrainian experts at the crash site, which was completely controlled by rebel gunmen. Ukraine's government on Saturday accused the rebels of destroying evidence and making life difficult for OSCE observers. "We have to be very careful with our movements because of all the security. We are unarmed civilians, so we are not in a position to argue with people with heavy arms," said Bociurkiw.

Of the 10 dead Britons, the four yet to be identified were named on Saturday as John Allen, a Netherlands-based lawyer who died with his wife Sandra and their sons Christopher, Julian and Ian; Robert Ayley, 28, a dog breeder and father of two from Guildford in Surrey, who lived in New Zealand; Stephen Anderson, 44, who lived in Penang, Malaysia; and Andrew Hoare, 59, a banker who died alongside his Dutch wife Estella and their two children, Friso and Jasper, who were aged 12 and 14 and of Dutch nationality.

Russia's ambassador to the UK, Alexander Yakovenko, has been summoned to the Foreign Office to be told that Putin must use his influence on the separatists to ensure access to the crash site, No 10 said. In Germany, Andreas Schockenhoff, a senior ally of chancellor Angela Merkel, told the Observer: "The disaster in the Ukraine has made it clear beyond all doubt that we are not dealing with a bilateral conflict, but a serious threat to the peace all across Europe."

Schockenhoff said Russia was "not a neutral actor in the conflict" since it had armed and trained the separatists. He called on Europe to show "a united front and make any failure to cooperate very painful for Putin".

Meanwhile, the Russian foreign ministry published a list of 12 US citizens who are now banned from entry to Russia in response to the latest US sanctions. They include officials involved in the running of the Guantánamo detention facility and military personnel involved with the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse scandal.

Fighting has continued between the Ukrainian army and separatists in east Ukraine since the crash on Thursday, with more than 20 civilians reported to have died in Luhansk on Friday. Ukrainian authorities claimed they had evidence of military equipment transferred to the area from Russia in the early hours ofSaturday morning.”

BBC 20 July 2014 Last updated at 10:31 ET
Banker Andrew Hoare 'died alongside his family' on flight MH17
Tributes have been paid to the banker and his family who were killed on crashed Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.

Andrew Hoare, 59, who grew up in Somerset, died alongside his Dutch wife Estella, 51, and their two sons Jasper, 14 and Friso, 12. They were on their way to Malaysia for a holiday.

His brother Hugo said Andrew was a "warm, funny and wonderful man whose smile and character lit up the room".

He said family was "everything to them and they would be terribly missed".

The Hoare's lived in Luxembourg and their sons attended the European School.

Hugo said they made frequent visits to both the Netherlands and England to keep in touch with all branches of the family and friends.

He added Jasper had a "brilliant young mind" and Friso was a "talented musician and peacemaker".

Hugo, from East Grinstead, West Sussex, said Andrew was a "devoted family man" who had been planning to join the rest of the family for a 60th anniversary party in Bath in just a few weeks' time.

He said the gathering will now be a chance to share their memories.

Ten Britons were among those killed when the plane was downed on Thursday over eastern Ukraine.”

New leaked document reveals HSBC held $1.4bn of Libyan funds
1st July 2011

Between June and September 2010 the Libyan state oil fund deposited over $1bn with HSBC, according to a document leaked to Global Witness and published today. The deposit brought the balance with the British bank to $1.42bn, up from $292.7m three months earlier. The document also reveals the total assets managed by the state oil fund – Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) – swelled from $54bn to $64bn in the space of three months.

The information, contained in a Management Information Report for the LIA dated 30 September 2010, follows a report for the previous quarter, dated 30 June 2010, that Global Witness published earlier this year. On releasing the document, Global Witness called for new laws requiring banks and investment funds to disclose all state funds they manage.

“Banking secrecy laws still mean that citizens are left in the dark about how their own state’s funds are managed,” said Robert Palmer, a campaigner at Global Witness. “We can’t continue with a situation where information about how a state handles its assets is only made available once a dictator turns violently on his own people and information is leaked,” continued Palmer.

According to the document, the LIA held $1bn in an “HSBC Liquidity Acct.”, $395m in HSBC Luxembourg, and a final $2.9m in an unidentified account.
In addition to detailing the LIA’s cash deposits, the September document includes a damning assessment of the performance of six of the externally managed funds with which the LIA had invested $1.7bn. The LIA was unhappy with the high fees and weak performance of NotzStucki, Permal, Palladyne, BNP, Credit-Suisse and Millennium Global Investments funds, which all performed badly against an industry benchmark of world stock prices.  According to the document, the accounting firm KPMG advised that the LIA’s investment in ‘alternative funds’ – such as those listed above – was too high relative to other investments.
The LIA, for example, had invested $300m with a fund called Palladyne, which the Wall Street Journal has reported was managed by the son-in-law of the head of Libya’s state-owned oil company. The management report states that 45% of these funds were held in cash and comments that “to date we have paid in excess of $18m in fees, for losing us $30m”. It is not clear when the initial investment with Palladyne was made or who this fee structure was benefitting.

Key changes between the June and September investment positions include:

$1bn of share purchases, including $500m of UniCredit and $360m of ENI.

The cash and deposits held by the LIA increased by $570m in total.

Unlike the June document the September document lists the assets of two LIA subsidiaries: $7.8bn held with the Libyan Investment Development Fund and $122m with the Libyan Norwegian Fertiliser Company. The listing of these subsidiaries could explain the majority of the increase in the LIA’s assets between June and September.

Two new structured products: $200m with Italian bank UniCredit (of which the LIA was a shareholder) and $144m with CFP Fund.

Global Witness believes two actions are required from governments, beyond the sanctions that have already been imposed.

The first is that banks and investment houses must be required by law to disclose state funds that they manage. This would cost nothing and would allow citizens to hold their leaders accountable for management of state revenues.
The second is that banking regulators must do a thorough investigation to ensure that banks holding Libya’s state funds have done appropriate checks – known as due diligence – to prevent transfers from state funds to accounts personally controlled by Gaddafi and his cronies.

Whilst HSBC was not able to comment on the specific account details, a spokesman told Global Witness, “HSBC has stringent policies and procedures for countering bribery and corruption in all the jurisdictions in which it operates. These apply to dealings with government entities, private organizations and individuals”.

According to the Wall Street Journal, the American Securities and Exchange Commission is currently investigating whether Goldman Sachs violated bribery laws by offering to pay Palladyne a $50m fee, after Goldman lost the LIA over a billion dollars. Goldman stated: “We are confident that nothing we did or proposed was or could have been a breach of any rule or regulation”.

HSBC’s U.S. division is currently under investigation for possible violations of anti-money laundering rules. Media reports have suggested that HSBC may be fined up to $1 billion for not doing enough to curb the flow of dirty money……. [In fact HSBC paid a $1.9 billion fine into the U.S. DoJ Asset Forfeiture Fund in the custody of Field McConnell's sister Kristine Marcy and Eric Holder since 1984]


“Sir Ewen Cameron, KCMG (23 June 1841 – 10 December 1908) was a British accountant and banker who rose to be London head of the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation.

Early life and family[edit]

Born in Inverness-shireScotland, he was the eldest of the offspring of Sir William Cameron, of Upper Muckovie, near Culloden (b. AbertarffCroy and Dalcross, Inverness-shire, 4 February 1806) and wife (m. Glenmoriston, Inverness-shire, 16 June 1840) Catherine Cameron (b. Tomchrasky, Inverness-shire, 22 January 1809), daughter of Ewen Cameron, a farmer ofTomchraskyGlen Moriston (Dores, Inveness-shire, 1775 - Tomchrasky, Invernessshire, 17 February 1842) and Helen McDonnell (1776 - Tomchrasky, Inverness-shire, 18 April 1861).[1][2]


He joined the Caledonian Bank in 1859 and subsequently the Bank of HindustanChina, and Japan which transferred him to its Hong Kong branch in 1866. His abilities, described as "remarkable" by The Times helped him to land a position with the newly formed Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation bank after the Bank of Hindustan went into liquidation. Serving first as accountant, he then became the agent of the Calcutta branch, subsequently becoming manager of the Shanghai branch, in which position he served until 1890 when he became head of the company's London office. He was knighted in 1901,[3] and was elected a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society (FRGS) in February 1902.[4]

During 1904 Cameron was involved with other leading London financiers including John Baring, 2nd Baron Revelstoke of Baring Bros., Arthur Francis Levita and W.M. Koch of Panmure Gordon (Levita's daughter Enid would later marry Cameron's grandson Ewen Donald Cameron in 1930), Sir Marcus Samuel of Samuel Samuel & CoCarl Meyer and Otto Kahn in negotiations with the Japanese central banker and later Prime Minister Takahashi Korekiyo in the selling of war bonds to finance Japanese defense during the Russo-Japanese War.[5]

Marriage and issue[edit]

He married in Norfolk in 1878 Josephine Elizabeth Houchen, born in Shotford,Norfolk, in 1857, daughter of John Houchen of ThetfordNorfolk (Wereham, Norfolk, c. 1818 - Thetford, Norfolk, 6 October 1898[6]) and wife (m. St James'sWestminster, 29 November 1845[7]) Susannah Vautier (Stanton,Suffolk, c. 1819 - Thetford, Norfolk, 1859), by whom he had five children. His eldest son, Ewen Allan Cameron, senior partner in Panmure Gordon & Co.[8]and member of the Council of Foreign Bondholders[9] (who died 14 November 1937 in Vienna[10]) was the great grandfather of the Conservative party leader David Cameron, who became Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in 2010.[11][12]

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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