Wednesday, December 24, 2014

#2212: Marine Links Serco’s Bailout-Banker JABS to City Police Spoliation, Synchronized Underground Bombs

Plum City - ( United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco's procurement of the Joint Automated Booking System (JABS) for its bailout banker HSBC at Canada Square to the global spoliation of crime scenes by agents of the City of London Police and Serco's deployment of on-the-tag snuff-film crews on 7/7 to synchronize the London Underground bombs with an exercise staged by the Honourable Artillery Company.

McConnell claims that Serco's Chief Executive Office Rupert Soames, then CEO of Aggreko, used JABS to deploy power workers to City Police and crime-scene spoliation experts at the temporary mortuary set up in the Honourable Artillery Company grounds to process body bags and avoid autopsies which might have identified the military-grade explosives and wireless fuses in the 7/7 bombings.

McConnell alleges that Serco used JABS to deploy Aggreko power workers and City Police as CSI spoliation experts to New Orleans where on-the-tag snuff-film crews destroyed evidence of the underwater explosives used to trigger floods fraudulently attributed to Hurricane Katrina.

McConnell invites rebuttal of his deduction – explored elsewhere at – that Serco installed the Joint Automated Booking System at HSBC headquarters at Canada Square and Prospect Heights, Illinois, so Serco clients and shareholders could synchronize on-the-tag snuff-film crews with City Police spoliation services and profit from short positions after bombing targets such as the USS Cole, Twin Towers in New York and the New Orleans levees.

Prequel 1: #2211: Marine Links Jarrett's Men-In-The-Middle Attacks to MH Hijack JABS, Boeing Backdoor S.O.R.E.

Peter Power 7/7 Terror Rehearsal 

David Cameron, HSBC, London Bombing 
and DLA Piper-Murder for Hire - Part 2 of 2 

Serco... Would you like to know more?

"Nick – Good timing or what? Thus an 'emergency mortuary' was established on a Military site in the City of London – the day before the catastrophe. You say this is not accurate. Please confirm what is inaccurate. Far to many trolls just dismiss others views and info without providing anything back. thanks in advance.

"Dave. Not accurate because assumptions have been made from De Boers statement. Yes it is correct that the plan, the London Resilience Forum Mass Fatalities Plan, was officially published on the 6th July 2005. However it had been in development and production in 2004/2005 and would have been in printing in the final weeks before 7/7. What you will not find in the plan is the Honorable Artillery Company site. The original site was another MOD site in London, I know the name but am not going to publish it. When it came to needing the site on 7/7 it was not used as it was refused by the MOD on the day. The site was about to be put up for sale by the MOD for residential development. Clearly wouldn't have been perceived to have been good to have had a "temporary mortuary" [This is the JABS and DMORT model for CSI spoliation developed by the City Police and HSBC Illinois for 9/11] and on their for the sale value. You will find that the Honorable Artillery Company site is not, and was not at the time, owned by the MOD it is in private hands. It was that last minute that a wedding that was taking place there on Saturday 9th July 2005 had to be moved along with the variety of fairground rides that had been brought in by the wedding party. It is factually wrong that the HAC was identified prior to the afternoon/evening of the 7th July 2005 and that it was unusual to place such a facility on MOD premises."

"Serco in the clear: City of London Police find no evidence of any "corporate-wide conspiracy"
by Guy Bentley 
Outsourcing firm Serco has finally received some good news after a disastrous year.

After being asked last year to conduct an investigation into whether Serco staff had been misleadingly recording prisoners as ready for court when they were not, the Crown Prosecution Service has accepted the view of the City of London Police and put Serco in the clear.

No charges will be brought against Serco or their staff. It was also found that the information gathered for the City of London Police was sound enough to conclude that there was "no evidence of any corporate-wide conspiracy or an intention to falsify figures to meet the DRACT contract requirement by senior Serco management or at the board level of the company".

The City of London Police will not be continuing their investigation. The controversy began after the police were asked to investigate allegations of fraud at the FTSE 250 company over a £285m prison contract with the ministry of Justice last year.

The Public Accounts Committee recently called for the brake up of big private-sector contracts for government services after documenting the failures of companies such as Serco and G4S.

Last month, Serco chairman Alastair Lyons announced his intention to step down. His last year at the company was characterised by slew of profit warnings and "operational mis-steps".

"QUOTE 'A massive rush of policemen'


Globe and Mail Update

From the 18th floor of Canary Wharf in London, Canadian Brendan Spinks could see a "massive rush of policemen" outside the building Thursday after the city was rocked by terrorist attacks.

The Internet in his office had just gone done down when Mr. Spinks, an investment banker at HSBC, saw a flurry of police cars and yellow-vested men outside.

Reports of attacks carried out by suicide bombers were rife, and in one unconfirmed incident police shot a suicide bomber outside the 42-floor banking tower.

"It was just a matter of time. It's absolutely shocking and terrifying and terrible," he said.

"All you can do is say, 'Thankfully it's not me' and feel horrible for the people that it did happen to and hope that that number is limited.

"We've been preparing for this for two years, there have been numerous, numerous mock evacuations and emergency planning services over the last number of years."

Getting home will prove especially difficult for Mr. Spinks, who moved to London in 2002, because the bus that blew up near Tavistock Square is right outside his apartment.

Mr. Spinks's brother, Macgregor, who was due to arrive in London later Thursday, may be delayed at Heathrow, because Terminal 3 has been evacuated, Mr. Spinks said.

Co-workers are scrambling to find ways home, many of them opting for the ferry across the Thames River, he said."

"Latest footage of London Bomber: More evidence of a frame up
Steve Watson | November 01 2005
One of the suicide bombers who attacked London on 7 July was filmed arguing with a cashier about being shortchanged hours before he blew himself up, The London Independent reported yesterday.

A Metropolitan Police counter terrorist expert also told a seminar that the four terrorists - Mohammad Sidique Khan, 30, Shehzad Tanweer, 22, Germaine Lindsay, 19, and Hasib Hussain, 18, - did not fit the preconceived terrorist profile.

The official told the seminar held in Preston, Lancashire two weeks ago: "This is not the behaviour of a terrorist - you'd think this is normal. "Tanweer also played a game of cricket the night before he traveled down to London - now are these the actions of someone who is going to blow themselves up the next day?

"I've seen the CCTV footage of these people. They do not appear to be on their way to commit any crime at all. The Russell Square bomber [Hasib Hussain] is actually seen going into shops and bumping into people [prior to his attack]." The expert said.

These revelations are yet more evidence to suggest that the so called "suicide bombers" had little or no idea that they were going to die on 7/7. Recapping the evidence

1. The bombers bought round-trip train tickets and paid for long-term parking -- According to experts who have been briefed by police, they parked a rental car outside the train station and paid to park for seven days, then purchased round-trip tickets to London.

2. Bombs were left in the car, If you were going to use four bombs in four locations, blowing yourself up in the process, why would you leave extra bombs in your hire car for the police to find? Also one of the bombers had spent a lot recently repairing his car.

3. No suicide notes or videotaped messages for their families have surfaced as has happened in attacks elsewhere.

4. Filmed by the closed-circuit cameras at the station, the four men looked, the police said, like "happy hikers", laughing and joking and carrying heavy bags. -London Independent | July 17 2005 

5. Cash cards and a driving license belonging to Hasib Hussain were found among the ruins of the No 30 bus. Documents belonging to his named friends were also discovered at the Underground bomb sites. Why would suicide bombers carry personal documents? Were they under the impression they would be traveling elsewhere after they blew themselves up? Plus how is it that paper documents can survive bomb blasts that rip apart steel and people? 

6. Why did Hasib Hussain's bomb detonate later and why was he on a bus? His chosen route was closed but he could have simply got on another tube line. There were reports of a man on the number 30 bus rummaging frantically in his bag just before the explosion. Did Hussain hear about the other explosions and panic? It was also revealed that he stopped off for a Big Mac. A portrait of a really hard-core Muslim fundamentalist who hates Western values, visiting McDonald's before 'blowing himself up'.

7. How very convenient that all of the suspected patsies should have been blown up in their own attacks even though the last word was that the attacks were not suicide bombings, but synchronized, timed bombings.

8. Tube survivor Bruce Lait told local media the bomb was UNDER the train - "The policeman said 'mind that hole, that's where the bomb was'. The metal was pushed upwards as if the bomb was underneath the train. They seem to think the bomb was left in a bag, but I don't remember anybody being where the bomb was, or any bag," he said.

Another credible source, Guardian journalist Mark Honigsbaum, talked to eyewitnesses at the Edgware Road bombing, who essentially described the same thing. Eyewitnesses told Honigsbaum that "tiles, the covers on the floor of the train, suddenly flew up, raised up." Click here to hear the audio. 

9. The claim from an "Al Qaeda group" that the bombers were working for them was proven to be a hoax.

10. The bombers have been described as four "nice lads", "normal kids who played basketball and kicked a ball around" , one was the son of a fish n chip shop owner, one was a primary teacher. Their immediate family of one of the bombers, the 22 year old sports science graduate, have been quoted as saying they "could not comprehend why he had become a mass murderer."


The Frame up

There have been multiple in depth reports on the fact that these men do not fit the profile of hard-core terrorists and were actually likable people that had everything to live for. See the reports below: 

When a video tape of Mohammad Sidique Khan was released showing him in Arab garb and talking about committing bombings, his former friends and locals who knew him were adamant that the tape was fake. "A lot of people loved him round here. I have known him all my life, he was a friend to everyone," said one man. "I know people can change in a second, but I can't say he is one of them. He taught my son, he was a very good teacher. He was never hard-line - no one could say he was an extremist - he was peaceful and dedicated to the children. They all loved him."

The familes of the bombers to this day still remain "mystified" as to why they would do such a thing.

Similarly when a suspect of the failed 21/7 bombings was captured in Rome, people who knew him were "shocked" that he would have even considered such activities. These people are patsies that believe they are taking part in exercises or drills and when the events actually go live they are either blown up or grabbed as the culprits and linked with phony Al Qaeda groups.

In the case of the Madrid bombers they were cornered in a hotel and then they blew themselves up. Mmmmm how convenient. It was later revealed that two of them were police informants and they were linked with the head of Spain’s Civil Guard bomb squad.

We have extensively documented how drills of bombs on tube trains were being run in the same locations at the same time on 7/7. The same thing happened on 9/11. These drills are used as cover so to dupe those involved and also slow down or halt reactions of emergency services and the like in the immediate aftermath.

The Government can then use the excuse of the terror attack to crack down on the population and instigate draconian legislation and restrict freedom, thus empowering itself tenfold whilst claiming it is merely protecting its people. We have seen this with new terror laws, free speech areas and ID card legislation being tabled in the UK.

The final nail in the coffin regarding inside involvement emerged when it was admitted that the so-called mastermind of both the 7/7 and 7/21 attacks, Haroon Rashid Aswat, is a British Intelligence Asset.

Terror expert John Loftus told Fox News, "Back in 1999 he came to America. The Justice Department wanted to indict him in Seattle because him and his buddy were trying to set up a terrorist training school in Oregon... we've just learned that the headquarters of the US Justice Department ordered the Seattle prosecutors not to touch Aswat... , apparently Aswat was working for British intelligence."

The Independent on Sunday revealed that one of the bombers, Khan, did have links - including telephone contact - with Aswat. A security source revealed that MI5 was so overstretched at the time that it had to ask for agents from its sister force, MI6, to be recalled from abroad to help keep track of suspects. Although Khan's name came up during the course of inquiries, he was not questioned.

Khan was well known to and had been filmed by British Intelligence.

The mastermind of the London bombings was under the direction and protection of MI6. The lead London Bomber was in contact with Aswat days beforehand. How much more obvious does it need to be that criminal elements of the intelligence agencies were involved in this attack?"

"City of London Police Special Constabulary[edit]

In 1919, following a decision to increase the strength of the Metropolitan Police Reserve Force, the Home Secretary approached the HAC to form a Division of Special Constabulary. Some 150 members, mostly Great War veterans, rallied to the call and joined the Division, forming the HAC Detachment. At the outbreak of the Second World War, the Detachment was integrated into G Division of the Metropolitan Police and then later with Islington Division.[47] Following reorganisation, the Detachment is now part of the City of London Police Special Constabulary,[48] its administrative base is Armoury House.[49] 

In 2010, the Ferrers Trophy was awarded to Special Constable Patrick Rarden of the detachment for using his banking skills and experience to help train colleagues and provide invaluable assistance to solve fraud cases.[50] The award is given annually to police volunteers for exceptional dedication and innovation.

The detachment retains the Detachment's unique identity by wearing the HAC Regimental Titles in addition to their Divisional identification. They are considered an 'Active' unit of the HAC as is the Regiment and continue the HAC's tradition of keeping order within the City of London ."

"Peel Hunt slashes Serco target, reiterates 'sell' due to expensive valuation 
Benjamin Chiou | Sharecast | 19 Dec, 2014 10:06 - Updated: 12:07 | | | =Peel Hunt has slashed its target price for Serco by nearly half to take into account a proposed rights issue by the outsourcing group and kept a 'sell' rating on the stock.

However, the broker said that the company's amendment of its financial covenants and a successful conclusion to the prisoner escort and custody services (PECS) investigation are “welcome pieces of news".

On Thursday, the company reached an agreement with its banks to change its financial convenience, which includes the deferral of the next covenant testing date to May 2015.

"This will ensure that Serco has a solid financial platform from which to implement the refinancing and proposed rights issue planned for the first quarter,” said Peel Hunt Christopher Bamberry.

On Friday, the company announced that police and prosecutors would not be bringing charges against the company in relation to a probe into its PECS contract to move prisoners from custody to courts.

While the developments remove two serious headwinds for Serco, Bamberry reiterated his negative stance to clients, saying that the shares are too expensive. He said that the stock’s valuation - trading at 22 times estimated earnings for 2016 - “fails to adequately reflect either the likely dilution from the proposed rights issue or the length of time that it will take for Serco to deliver a sensible risk-adjusted margin".

The broker lowered its target for the shares from 265p to just 135p as it attempts to value the stock on an ex-rights basis. Serco was down 4% at 159.1p by 10:47."

"HSBC relocating North America staff to a 'green' building in a rural village
By Long Hwa-shu
METTAWA, Illinois — HSBC, the giant bank based in London, has moved its North American headquarters to a sprawling facility here that it bills as being carbon neutral.

The 560,000-square-foot, or 52,000-square-meter, building, a five-story, H-shaped structure, was developed for more than $100 million on 29 acres, or nearly 12 hectares, with easy access to an interstate highway, between Chicago and Milwaukee.

HSBC North America Holdings, one of the 10 largest financial services companies in the United States, selected Mettawa, a hamlet north of Chicago, from a list of 50 possible sites in the area, said Mike Brown, senior vice president for corporate real estate.

"We had overgrown our former headquarters in Prospect Heights," south of the new location, which the company has occupied since 1979, he said.

The new headquarters will enable HSBC North America to bring 3,000 employees under one roof in a relocation expected to be completed this month. They had been scattered among six sites in the Chicago area.

The interior of the new building has many striking features.

The amenities include a health club; a 2,000-seat auditorium; a nondenominational prayer room; and nearly 80 meeting rooms, each with a spectacular photograph creating a geographic theme, and all equipped for teleconferences with offices around the world.

Emergency medical care, dry cleaning and banking services are also offered.

The bank, with the assistance of the developer and the architect, is seeking gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for the building's environmental initiatives. These include collecting roof water for flushing toilets; using drought-resistant landscaping to reduce the need for watering; and relying on light-guided window treatments, which track the position of the sun to trim the need for heating and air-conditioning.

In addition, parts of the roof are planted with vegetation, and all of the electricity used in the building is bought from renewable or noncarbon-emitting resources, including wind farms.

To reduce waste, paper cups and plates are not allowed in the cafeteria, except at the Starbucks stand. Employees who drive fuel-efficient vehicles are given preferred parking.

Mettawa, once predominantly a horse farm, was chosen in part because of its open space and rural setting. The village, with only 500 residents, is so small that it does not have a village hall; officials meet in a church.

The operating budget for the town of Mettawa is less than $1 million, mostly from building permits and sales taxes from CDW, a computer products business, and a rest stop on the Interstate 94 highway.

The recent opening of two hotels is expected to raise revenue for the town. "Whatever surplus we have, we set aside to purchase land to preserve green space," said the mayor, Barry MacLean.

The sprawling steel and glass HSBC complex with a facing of composite granite was built by Hamilton Partners, a developer in Itasca, Illinois, that owns and manages office buildings, mostly in the Chicago area, but also in Denver and Salt Lake City, Utah. Construction on the headquarters began in April 2006.

HSBC, which signed a 13-year lease with Hamilton, will soon have the Swiss bank UBS as its landlord. The property has been under contract to be purchased by UBS Realty Investors, with closing set for July 10, according to Michael Rolfs, a partner at Hamilton.

The HSBC building is guarded by two bronze lions, each weighing 2,250 pounds, or 1,000 kilos. They are reproductions of a pair that have stood outside its Hong Kong office since 1935.

The company traces its beginning to the Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corp., which was established in 1865 to finance the growing trade between China and Europe, principally in England. The parent company has offices in 83 countries and 1,000 branches.

Stephen Wright, president of Wright Heerema Architects of Chicago and the principal designer, said his design team used the Green Building Council LEED rating system as a guideline for sustainability. LEED stands for leadership in energy and environmental design.

"The unique shape and orientation of the building, for instance, is an outgrowth of our goal to maximize southern exposure and minimize the east and west exposure," Wright said. "We want to control the sun."

Wright was one of the architects who designed the previous headquarters. "We didn't have the technology then as what we have now," he said.

The technology lets HSBC employees adjust the air flow under their feet. Such features, he said, enhance productivity.

HSBC also lets employees work as many as two days a week at home to enable them to save time and money on commuting.

To try to achieve the company's goal of reducing waste by 85 percent, employees, from the chief executive on down, are required to empty the trash bins that hang under each desk.

In addition, glass, plastic and aluminum are deposited in separate receptacles for recycling. Printers are programmed to print on both sides of the paper.

Instead of working at night, cleaning crews are scheduled to work during the day to cut down on lighting costs."

"Rogue" Trader Highlights Possible 9/11 and 7/7 Insider Trading
"Best trading day in the history of Société Générale was September 11, 2001"
Steve Watson
Friday, Jan 23rd, 2009 …

"The best trading day in the history of Société Générale was September 11, 2001," he said. "At least, that’s what one of my managers told me. It seems that profits were colossal that day.

"I had a similar experience during the London attacks in July 2005."

A few days earlier he had bet on a fall in the share price of Allianz, the German insurance giant, he told Le Parisien. Everyone was losing money when the 7/7 bombings sent the insurance sector into a downward spiral "except for me", he said. "Thanks to the positions I had, I earned €500,000 in a few minutes. It was the jackpot. I was jubilant."

After the celebrations Mr Kerviel said he paused for thought. "I understood that I was having fun when people had just been hit by the bombs. I ran to the toilet and I was sick. But the moment of weakness did not last long. I went back into the trading room and I returned to work.""

"JABS has nine major interfaces – five external and four internal. The first is a generic interface between JABS and a law enforcement agency's booking stations. The second is the interface between JABS and IAFIS. The third is the JABS web interface between JABS and an end user. The fourth is the internal web service and web interfaces between JABS and USMS. The fifth interface is internal and provides a daily FTP push to OneDOJ (a criminal law enforcement data repository). The sixth interface is internal and provides data to OCDETF via e-mail with file attachments. The seventh interface is internal and provides data to DEA via e-mail with file attachments on a monthly basis. The eighth interface is external and provides data to ACTIC via FTP to a JCON-hosted FTP server with file attachments on a weekly basis. The ninth interface is external and interfaces with the query tool to the Chicago Police Department's Investigative Resources System [and Jarrett in the West Wing office in the White House]."

"Valerie June Bowman Jarrett (born November 14, 1956) is a Senior Advisor to the President of the United States and Assistant to the President for Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs in the Obama administration. She is a Chicago lawyer, businesswoman, and civic leader. Prior to that she served as a co-chairman of the Obama–Biden Transition Project.[2][3]….

Chicago municipal politics[edit]

Jarrett got her start in Chicago politics in 1987 working for Mayor Harold Washington[10] as Deputy Corporation Counsel for Finance and Development.[11]

Jarrett continued to work in the mayor's office in the 1990s. She was deputy chief of staff for Mayor Richard Daley, during which time (1991) she hired Michelle Robinson, then engaged to Barack Obama, away from a private law firm. Jarrett served as commissioner of the department of planning and development from 1992 through 1995, and she was chairman of the Chicago Transit Board from 1995 to 2005.[11]

On November 14, 2008, President-elect Barack Obama selected Jarrett to serve as White House Senior Adviser and assistant to the president for intergovernmental relations and public liaison.[19]

Jarrett is one of three senior advisers to President Obama.[20] She holds the retitled position of assistant to the president for intergovernmental affairs and public engagement,[20] managing the White House Office of Public Engagement, Office of Intergovernmental Affairs, and Office of Urban Affairs; she also chairs the White House Council on Women and Girls and the White House Office of Olympic, Paralympic, and Youth Sport.[21] She was part of the US State Visit to the UK in May 2011. [22]

She said that the 2011 report Women in America, which the administration produced for the Council on Women and Girls, would be used to guide policy-making.[23] Jarrett has a staff of about three dozen and receives full-time Secret Service protection.[24]"

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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