Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Mobile-Radio System- Gordon Campbell - Settlement Leaders - Man-In-The-Middle Attacks on PKI* Clipper E-Communications Systems - Pickton Pig Farm

The Abel Danger White House Group to those whom it may concern

November 29, 2011

Did Nancy Campbell Settlement leaders use her husband’s pig-farm radio?

We believe that Crown Agents’ Sister Nancy Campbell procured a mobile-radio system through her husband Gordon Campbell, to help Settlement leaders launch Matrix 5 man-in-the-middle propaganda attacks on PKI* Clipper e-communications systems used by RCMP / Vancouver officers as they tried to track cannibal oath takers through the Pickton pig farm.

PKI = Public Key Infrastructure

U.S. Military Court of Appeals - Star Chamber Oaths of Allegiance - General Alexander Haig - Targeted Guests at the Pickton Pig Farm - Matrix 5 9/11

See #63
Abel Danger Mischief Makers - Mistress of the Revels - 'Man-In-The-Middle' Attacks

Campbell's Settlement leaders attacked RCMP/VPD through pig farm E-Comm

Make no mistake Mrs. Campbell; these victims will have justice and your husband will return to B.C. in chains!

“Inquiry High-level policing failures cited in report into missing B.C. women robert matas VANCOUVER— From Saturday's Globe and Mail Published Friday, Nov. 18, 2011 10:55PM EST Last updated Monday, Nov. 21, 2011 5:45PM EST .. In my opinion, the RCMP and VPD failed to provide leadership and resources to the missing women and Pickton investigations,” concluded Jennifer Evans, a deputy chief of Peel Regional Police who was hired as an external adviser to the Pickton inquiry in British Columbia. The lines of communication between the RCMP and Vancouver police were non-existent at a crucial point in the investigation, and police work lacked the required thoroughness and organization, Deputy Chief Evans wrote in a report obtained by CTV News. The report is to be presented to the inquiry when hearings resume on Monday. ... The severity and totality of the tragedy went unrecognized by senior management of both the VPD and the RCMP because neither organization accepted the crisis as its responsibility, Deputy Chief Evans wrote. “Certain officers failed to take ownership and ensure the proper resources were dedicated to the problem.” .. She also concluded that the police response would have been quicker and more co-ordinated if one police agency had jurisdiction over Coquitlam, where Mr. Pickton’s farm was, and the Downtown Eastside. It was easy for Coquitlam RCMP to investigate other violent crimes they felt had priority, Deputy Chief Evans wrote. Also, the Vancouver force pursued leads but did not investigate Mr. Pickton because it deferred to the RCMP. ... A clerk at the Vancouver police station who took reports of missing persons, Sandy Cameron, raised concerns in 1998 about the increasing number of women disappearing from the Downtown Eastside. .. Writing about a meeting in Sept. 22, 1998, Deputy Chief Evans wrote that, according to Vancouver police detective inspector Kim Rossmo, Inspector Fred Biddlecombe “basically threw a hissy fit or a small-scale temper tantrum . . . he said there is no serial killer.” ... Deputy Chief Evans described Insp. Biddlecombe’s conduct at the meeting as unprofessional. He did not recognize the seriousness of the issue, she wrote. Deputy Chief Evans also criticized Inspector Gary Greer, Deputy Chief Brian McGuinness, Chief Terry Blythe and Chief Bruce Chambers, all of the Vancouver force, who she says did not pay close enough attention to the case. She also was critical of several RCMP officers, including for Chief Superintendent Gary Bass, who she said should have acted on information that he had received.”

“In 1972, Mr. W.L. (Lou) Hatton, Director of Communications System Research and Development proposed that CRC undertake a project based on the concept of government laboratories fostering selected areas of computer/communications technology in Canadian industry.The objectives of the project were: To develop a computer based data communication system for mobile units, using radio links. To foster the development and use of advanced communications systems of value to Canadian users, specifically, the use of mobile radio links for data transmission. To provide information of use in the management of radio spectrum and in development of standards. To develop technology which may be transferred to industry, to support the development of the Canadian communications industry. The project was begun by making several studies to determine the capabilities of the Canadian electronics industry, the user needs and market situation, standards, and the extent and sophistication of technology in use. A market study conducted under contract by Woods, Gordon and Company identified mobile radio data terminals as one of the best areas to address. This choice was doubly appropriate because the department's mandate to manage the use of the spectrum requires an intimate knowledge of developing communications technologies and because CRC had existing expertise in radio communications. In October 1974, a proposal was reached with the RCMP. In January 1977, a project was launched to develop a system for the Vancouver police department. In January 1979, the mobile radio data system was officially turned over to the Vancouver police force. The Mobile Radio Data System (MRDS) is a computer based, data communication system for mobile units using radio links. The user (one of a fleet of mobile units) can report his position and status to and/or request information from a central control facility by using a specially designed computer terminal located in the mobile unit. In October 1974, DOC approached the RCMP who agreed with a proposal to cooperate in a joint project to specify, design and develop a modular radio communications system which would satisfy the major requirements of the Canadian Police Forces. Once expertise was established in the development of the police communication system, the technology was to be transferred to industry for police and non-police users. The design and development work for the demonstration system was done by Canadian industry. Early in 1975, industry was briefed on the program which included a requirement that the selected contractor commit to entering into the mobile radio data systems business. MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates (MDA) won the Phase I contract to develop detailed systems specifications and trial plans. This contract indicated that a mobile radio data system supported by all the latest computer aids was beyond both the financial means and the practical requirements of most police forces. Consequently, a smaller system was selected for implementation and installation as a test case. The Vancouver Police Force indicated an interest. An agreement was reached between DOC, the RCMP and the City of Vancouver, wherein the city agreed to pay for all hardware components of an operational system with the federal agencies paying for the development work. In January 1977, the design for the system was competed and a mock-up terminal was prepared. The Phase II work was divided into two contracts. Part A was intended to produce an operational system for the Vancouver Police Force. This system was to be available for immediate use, once completed and tested. Part B was intended to produce a completely Canadian built terminal and system, designed to meet police needs and those of the transportation sector. In the case of the police, this included the capability to access the RCMP data base from their vehicles and the capability for headquarters messages to the field force. In 1978, MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates (MDA) in consultation with Ventures West Ltd., were instrumental in creating International Mobile Data Incorporated. MDA transferred the necessary technology and personnel to IMDI to produce and market the system. The more advanced system included a microprocessor-based controller, the mobile terminals and the base station controller. Based on the success of the trial system, the Vancouver Police Force bought a complete set of the Canadian-manufactured terminals for their fleet. The new system went into service in the Vancouver police department in January 1979. With the transfer of the technology to Canadian industry, the project was considered a success. Post-installation evaluation of the system was undertaken by Cantel Engineering Associates and Simon Fraser University [with Nancy Campbell’s alleged Settlement associates embedded (?) in the Pickton pig farm family].”

[Spoliation inference that Nancy and Gordon Campbell procured an E-Comm mobile radio system to conceal Settlememt leaders as they engaged in MitM attacks on VPD and RCMP officers’ investigations of crime scenes across Southwest British Columbia] E-Comm 9-1-1 is the Emergency Communications for Southwest British Columbia. E-Comm provides 9-1-1 service for the Lower Mainland region of southwest British Columbia in Canada covering Metro Vancouver (which stretches from Lions Bay to Langley), the Sunshine Coast Regional District, south Squamish-Lillooet Regional District and the Whistler Howe Sound area serving a population of more than two million residents. E-Comm owns and operates the Wide-Area Radio System used by police agencies, most fire departments and the British Columbia Ambulance Service in Greater Vancouver. E-Comm provides dispatch service for 11 police departments and 19 fire departments. .. The concept of consolidating emergency communications in southwest British Columbia began in the early 1990s following a series of international disasters. In spring of 1994, hockey-fever captured British Columbia as the Vancouver Canucks advanced to the Stanley Cup finals. They lost Game 7 and as fans took to the streets to lament the team's loss, so did many troublemakers. The Vancouver Police were forced to call in the Crowd Control Unit and request back up from the neighbouring Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) detachments in an effort to disperse the out-of-control crowd. In the midst of the chaos, the Vancouver Police radio system was unable to handle the amount of radio traffic and paramedics, firefighters and police found themselves in danger because their radio systems were not compatible with each other. Following the Stanley Cup riot, the provincial government began planning for an organization that will consolidate all emergency radio and phone services to allow information sharing between agencies and members. E-Comm was established under the Emergency Communications Corporations Act in 1997. As a cost-recovery business corporation, it is owned by stakeeholders made up of all the agencies that use its service, which include municipalities, police boards, provincial and federal government agencies, and crown corporations. E-Comm is located at 3301 East Pender Street, across from Pacific National Exhibition. The E-Comm building is a post-disaster facility, meaning designed to resist a major earthquake. In order to make the E-Comm building a post-disaster facility, special attention has been paid to the mechanical, electrical, structural and communication systems to ensure they are highly reliable, fault tolerant and resistant to hazard. The building is a reinforced concrete structure with shatter-proof glass. Backup support systems that lend to the building's self-sufficiency include communication, mechanical plants, emergency power generation, uninterruptible power sources, emergency water, and emergency food storage. The City of Vancouver's Office of Emergency Management and Emergency Operations Centre (EOC), Vancouver Emergency Community Telecommunications Organization (VECTOR), and LinkVancouver Emergency Social Services (ESS) are also located inside the E-Comm building. Governance and shareholders E-Comm is managed by a Board of Directors made up of 18 members nominated by the shareholders. Day to day operation is managed by the President & CEO of E-Comm. Shareholders include: British Columbia Ambulance Service Coquitlam Delta South Coast British Columbia Transportation Authority Police Service Maple Ridge New Westminster City of North Vancouver District of North Vancouver Pitt Meadows Port Coquitlam Port Moody Richmond Surrey Township of Langley Vancouver Village of Belcarra West Vancouver White Rock RCMP is not a shareholder of E-Comm even though RCMP officers in BC are within the E-Comm radio network [and therefore vulnerable to a MitM attack]

“63. Nancy Campbell (nee Chipperfield) [Revised Novemebr 29, 2011. Matrix 5 wife of allegedly extorted man-in-the-middle Gordon Campbell, the 34th Premier of British Columbia from 2001 to 2011 who currently serves as Canadian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; she allegedly procured a mobile-radio system through her husband, to help Settlement leaders launch Matrix 5 man-in-the-middle propaganda attacks on the Clipper-based public key infrastructure communications systems used by RCMP / Vancouver officers to track cannibal oath takers through the Pickton pig farm; she allegedly directed her associates in the B.C. Teachers pension plan – now merged into bcIMC – to sponsor a pig farm mortgage through the Treasury Solicitor’s Bona Vacantia (‘ownerless goods’) account; she allegedly used the mortgage to helped to finance the construction of Piggy’s Palace Good Times Society post-production studio; she allegedly used the Piggy’s Palace studio to procure VideoGuard-encrypted content for Matrix 5 propaganda and pay-per-view snuff-film trades; she allegedly arranged a profit-sharing agreement for the trades with fellow members of her ‘pig farm’ pension fund; she allegedly directed the bcIMC pension fund to move asset management into the TSol Carbon Disclosure Project and invest in A&E, News Corp, BCE etc. which use VideoGuard in pay per view encryption; she graduated from Sir Winston Churchill school; she was a former French teacher at Queen Mary elementary and Lord Byng secondary schools; she was a former vice principal at Sir Winston Churchill school where Justin Trudeau, eldest son of the late Pierre Trudeau formerly taught French & social studies; Justin is the alleged half brother of Lena Trudeau who set up the Pig Farm Piggy’s Palace Good Times Society to entrap Canadian Privy Council at cannibal oath ceremonies; Nancy Campbell’s Churchill is one of two International Baccalaureate schools and one of three French Immersion secondary schools in Vancouver; she was a vice principal at Templeton secondary school; she retired as principal at Howe Sound Secondary School in Squamish in 2009; after she graduated from UBC in 1969 and Gordon Campbell graduated from Dartmouth College, they were married in New Westminster on July 4, 1970; the couple went to Nigeria to teach under the Canadian University Service Oversea; this program was allegedly structured with SOS Children’s Villages by the depopulationist Maurice Strong allegedly to entrap young Canadians in filmed pedophile-oath taking ceremonies with images that could be used later to extort them in subsequent careers; we note that the Lagos State Government provided a piece of land in Isolo, a suburb of Lagos to construct the first SOS Children's Village in Nigeria which was started in 1970; on return from Nigeria, the allegedly compromised Nancy Campbell completed her education degree at UBC while he entered the UBC law school; he became a realty development manager and a small businessman; he then worked as an executive assistant to Vancouver Mayor Art Phillips from 1973 to 1976; she allegedly used her teachers’ pig-farm union connections to place her husband as a Vancouver city councilor from 1984 to 1986; she used the same leverage to control him during his stint as mayor and police board chair from 1986 to 1993, around the time that women began disappearing from the Downtown Eastside; she continued to leverage the teachers union to place him as Leader of the BC Liberals in 1993; she leveraged his leadership of the BC Liberals to a massive victory in the 2001 BC provincial election when he was sworn in as Premier of British Columbia prior to the 911 attack; the attackers of 911, allegedly used bcIMC pig-farm pension fund investment in Macdonald Dettwiler’s MindBox to trigger distressed debt recovery on property in New York and enrich fellow pig farm investors in the Carbon Disclosure Projects; she helped her husband to lead the BC Liberals to two more majority governments in the 2005 BC provincial election and the 2009 BC provincial election; she drove her husband to establish the British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (bcIMC) under the authority of the Public Sector Pension Plans Act passed by the British Columbia Legislature on July 15, 1999; she ensured that KPMG was appointed to audit bcIMC knowing it was involved in abusive tax shelters in the United States; she drove her husband to appoint as bcIMC custodian RBC Dexia Investor Services Trust which has allegedly fraudulently converted the assets of the fund into ‘bona vacantia’ with TSol allowing their use in contract hits; with bcIMC assets under administration of $79.7 billion as of March 31, 2010, she has allegedly helped leaders of the Vancouver Settlement Movement to extort control of the retirement benefits of more than 440,000 residents of British Columbia, including compromised police officers, teachers, the staff and faculty at the University of Victoria and erstwhile members of the B.C. Legislative Assembly; she is allegedly a Matrix 5 principal in the racketeering use by Settlement leaders of bcIMC cestui que, pig-farm pension and life insurance funds which cover two million voters and 197,000 employers in B.C.]”

We invite Grand Juries to test the alibis needed by the Campbells and their Settlement associates for MitM attacks on the radio links which disrupted RCMP / Vancouver police as they tried to track 60+ (?) victims and various suspects through the Pickton pig farm.

Open Demand for a [Runaway] Grand Jury Investigation - Apparent Spoliation of Evidence - Destruction of Boeing 757–222 Aircraft - UA Flt 93 - 9/11

See #63
Abel Danger Mischief Makers - Mistress of the Revels - 'Man-In-The-Middle' Attacks

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