Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked former Lockheed Martin director Lynne Cheney to BBC Crimewatch archive of time-stamped ‘Dykes-in-the-Middle’ snuff films and the NORAD Santa team which, through the alleged use of Serco/NIST clocks, synchronized the midnight rape, torture and murder of JonBenet Ramsey on Christmas Day 1996.
McConnell notes that Cheney rewarded JonBenet’s father and former CEO of Lockheed Martin’s Access Graphics, John Bennett Ramsey, with a $118,000 bonus in 1996 for his work in integrating network time protocols (NPT) for the alleged use of Serco investors to synchronize phony crime scene investigations and time-stamp money shots with the pedophile propagandists employed by the BBC.
McConnell also notes that $118,000 is the amount requested in a ransom note left at JonBenet’s home after Cheney’s “Dykes-in-the-Middle” had allegedly procured a time-stamped money shot needed to extort a Pentagon stand down during a Serco-synchronized attack for Greg Dyke’s BBC Snuff-Film 9/11.
BBC SIX O’ Clock News- Jill Dando 1999 (Part 1 of 3) [allegedly murdered by Cheney’s Dykes-in the-Middle synchronized through the Serco clock]
“Sisters is a 1981 novel by Lynne Cheney published only in a Signet Canadian paperback edition as part of the New American Library (ISBN 0-451-11204-0). Sisters is a historical novel set in Cheyenne, Wyoming in 1886. Sophie Dymond, a magazine editor in New York, comes home to Cheyenne after the death of her sister, Helen. The novel is a historical and literary portrayal of the status of women in the Old West. In the novel, Sophie finds a letter that Amy Travers, a schoolteacher and close friend of Helen’s, had written to her:
Helen, my joy and my beloved,
Why do we stay? I have no reason beyond a few pupils who would miss me briefly, and your life would be infinitely better away from him. Let us go away together, away from the anger and imperatives of men. We shall find ourselves a secluded bower where they dare not venture. There will be only the two of us, and we shall linger through long afternoons of sweet retirement. In the evenings I shall read to you while you work your cross-stitch in the firelight. And then we shall go to bed, our bed, my dearest girl. . . .
The “him” referred to in the letter is apparently Helen’s husband, James Stevenson. Later in the book, the author writes of Sophie’s impressions on seeing Amy Travers and another woman, Lydia Swerdlow, with their arms around each other:
The women who embraced in the wagon were Adam and Eve on a dark cathedral stage–no, Eve and Eve, loving one another as they would not be able to once they ate of the fruit and knew themselves as they truly were. She felt curiously moved, curiously envious of them. . . . she saw that the women in the cart had a passionate, loving intimacy forever closed to her. How strong it made them. What comfort it gave.
The book is now out of print. Existing copies have been put up for sale on eBay, amazon.com, and various other Internet sites for prices ranging, at this writing (September 26, 2009), from $49.96 to $295.00 unsigned, and $1,500 for a copy autographed by Cheney.
In 2004, New American Library announced that it planned to republish the book. However, after being contacted by Lynne Cheney’s attorney, Robert Barnett, who reportedly told them that Cheney did not consider the book her “best work,” New American Library announced in April 2004 that it would not be republishing the book after all.
In a February 9, 2005 interview on NPR with Terry Gross, Cheney denied that Sisters contained a lesbian relationship. Cheney suggested that the relationship between the two characters was in question and a historical mystery. She also suggested thatSisters was her one bad book, written in an “attempt to take the novel Rebecca (by Daphne du Maurier) and put it in a Western setting.”
In an interview that took place on October 27, 2006 with Wolf Blitzer on CNN‘s The Situation Room, Cheney denied that Sisters contained rape or graphic depictions of lesbian sex.”
“Gregory “Greg” Dyke (born 20 May 1947) is a Britishmedia executive, journalist and broadcaster. Since the 1960s, Dyke has a long career in the UK in print and then broadcast journalism. He is credited with introducing ‘tabloid‘ television to British broadcasting, and reviving the ratings of TV-am. In the 1990s, he held Chief Executive positions at LWT Group, Pearson Television and Channel 5. He is most notable for his tenure as Director-General of the BBC from January 2000 until 29 January 2004, a position from which he resigned following heavy criticism of the BBC’s news reporting process in the Hutton Inquiry. He is the chairman of children’s television company HiT Entertainment and has been Chancellor of the University of York since 2004. … London Weekend Television (LWT) (now part of ITV London) was the ITV network franchise holder for Greater London and the Home Counties at weekends, broadcasting from Fridays at 5:15pm (prior to 1982 at 7:00pm) to Monday mornings at 6:00am. London Weekend Television is no longer individually identified on air, and uses the generic ITV logo for continuity announcements (the announcement of the next programme and forthcoming ones), and as a banner during commercial advertising breaks. The official name for London Weekend Television is now ITV London (Weekend). The company is managed with Carlton Television as a single entity (ITV London), but the two companies are still separately licensed. The franchise is currently operated by ITV plc under the licensee of ITV Broadcasting Limited. In its original guise, LWT was used as an on-air brand from July 1968 until October 2002 when it became part of ITV London.”
“SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2013
BBC taken to British court for 9/11 lies
HISTORIC COURT CASE AGAINST THE BBC’S COVER UP OF 9/11 EVIDENCE [allegedly using the Serco clock for time-stamping packet switching and and front running of Wag-the-Dog demolition of WTC#7]
Global Research, February 14, 2013
The BBC is being challenged strongly for its refusal to present to the British public the available scientific evidence which contradicts the official version of events of 9/11. Thank you very much to all those who have sent letters to their MPs asking that the BBC be held to account for withholding this evidence that the public must be allowed to see.
As a further progression of this campaign, a great opportunity has arisen. 9/11 truth documentary maker Tony Rooke has been granted a court hearing where he is challenging the BBC’s support of terrorist activity through supporting the cover up of the true evidence of 9/11. The court case will take place on February 25th at 10.00am at the address below. Real 9/11 evidence has rarely, if ever, been presented in a British court room, so this is a rare opportunity.Any support from the public on the day would be fantastic and will help to send the message that the people want to know, and deserve to know, the truth about 9/11.
Horsham Magistrates’ Court [Court 3] The Law Courts Hurst Road Horsham West Sussex England RH12 2ET
This court case is based around Tony making a stand and refusing to pay his TV licence fee under Section 15 of The Terrorism Act 2000 Article 3 which states that it is offence to provide funds if there is a reasonable cause to suspect that those funds may be used for the purposes of terrorism. The BBC has withheld scientific evidence which clearly demonstrates that the official version of events of 9/11 is not possible and could not have been carried out in entirety by those who have been accused by our officials. In addition, the BBC has actively blocked and smeared those attempting to bring this evidence to the public.
By doing this the BBC are supporting a cover-up of the true events of 9/11 and are therefore supporting those terrorist elements who were involved in certain aspects of 9/11 who have not yet been identified and held to account. A new and independent investigation is required to determine what really did occur on 9/11, and by whom, otherwise these unidentified terrorist elements will remain free to potentially commit further terrorist activities.