#1457: Marine Links Harper Man-In the Middle to Serco SIRC de SIPRNET and the Algerian Gas Attack
Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Dr. Arthur Porter, former Canadian / Sierra Leonine (?) spy watchdog and Stephen Harper Man-in-the-Middle appointee, to Serco’s alleged use of SIRC de SIPRNET *in the deployment of Stratum Zero parolees through SNC Lavalin’s racketeering associates for the January 2013 attack and mass murders at an Algerian gas plant.
Serco SIRC de SIPRNET *= Serco Canada’s oxymoronic Security Intelligence Review Committee de (of!) Francophones who since 1995, have allegedly deployed Stratum Zero contract killers over the Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET) to conceal Man in the Middle attacks on America and its allies.
#1455 Marine Links Serco, Marcy’s Parolee Pig-Farm Access Cards to Con Air JABS On the Pentagon Lawn
Algerian PM Says A Canadian Coordinated The Al Qaeda Attack On Gas Plant
SSL Man in the MIddle Attack using SSL Strip – Part 2
“TheStar.com Identities of Canadians killed in Algeria attack kept secret by RCMP
The RCMP has dropped a cloak of secrecy over the identity of two Canadian terror suspects killed in January’s Algerian gas plant attack.
By: Tonda MacCharles Ottawa Bureau reporter, Published on Mon Mar 25 2013
OTTAWA—The RCMP has dropped a cloak of secrecy over the identity of two Canadian terror suspects killed in January’s Algerian gas plant attack as Canadian security officials scramble to determine the extent of their terrorism ties.
Ordinarily, the identity of Canadians killed at a crime scene would be made public after notification of next of kin.
But the RCMP are extremely tight-lipped in this case, citing only “operational reasons” even to highly placed government officials, a source told the Star.
The national police force confirmed on the weekend what Algerian Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal first revealed two months ago in the wake of Algeria’s counter-attack that ended the hostage-taking: that two Canadians were among the militants killed.
RCMP spokesman Greg Cox said Saturday “a second Canadian has been identified from human remains of alleged terrorists in the attack at the gas plant.” Prior to that, the force had confirmed one death, but declined to say whether the individual was among the militants or victims.
On Monday, the RCMP would say only that its investigation is continuing, and would offer no more details, nor explain why it is not releasing the names of the dead.
A Malian news organization, citing an Algerian source, said the two were of Arab origin and held Canadian citizenship. Hostages who survived the attack had previously told media of a blond-haired man who spoke English with a North American accent.
Immigration Minister Jason Kenney cited the Algerian case and a recent Bulgarian terror attack involving a dual Canadian-Lebanese suspect at a parliamentary committee last Thursday in support of a legislative change that would strip Canadian citizenship from dual nationals found to have committed acts of terrorism abroad.”
“Porter a federal Tory donor while chair of spy watchdog
Former Harper appointee now wanted on fraud charges by Quebec’s anti-corruption squad
The Canadian Press
Posted: Mar 5, 2013 8:09 AM ET
Last Updated: Mar 5, 2013 8:08 AM ET
Arthur Porter was a donor to the federal Conservatives during his time at Canada’s spy watchdog, public records show.
But his contributions appear to have run afoul of guidelines that all members of the Security Intelligence Review Committee must abide by.
Elections Canada records show Porter gave the Tories the maximum donation allowed by law over a period spanning the weeks leading up to his appointment to SIRC through to his rise as chair.
The former head of SIRC now faces allegations of fraud in one of the country’s most expensive infrastructure projects.
The Canadian government is trying to extradite Porter from the Bahamas, where he runs a medical clinic and is apparently cancer-stricken. He has said he is too ill to travel, and he denies the allegations against him.
Sought by anti-corruption probe Porter is among the five people named in arrest warrants issued by Quebec’s anti-corruption squad, in the case of the $1.3-billion construction of a Montreal mega-hospital.
The others are: former SNC Lavalin senior executives Pierre Duhaime and Riadh Ben Aissa, Yanai Elbaz and Jeremy Morris, the administrator of a Bahamas-based investment company.
The warrants say the men are wanted on numerous charges — including fraud, breach of trust and document forgery. They say Porter and Elbaz are suspected of having accepted bribes from some of the others.
In addition to being head of SIRC, Porter was also the director general of the McGill University Hospital Centre when the alleged fraud occurred.”
Arthur T. Porter, P.C., M.D.
Arthur T. Porter was appointed on June 24, 2010, as Chair of the Security Intelligence Review Committee (SIRC), an agency which provides Parliament and the Canadian public with an external review of the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS). SIRCalso investigates complaints by individuals concerning CSIS and examines reports by Ministers relating to the national security of Canada.
Dr. Arthur T. Porter brings a unique blend of medical practice, finance and business experience to healthcare leadership.
After attending the University of Sierra Leone, he transferred to Cambridge University in England, where he received his bachelor of arts in anatomy, master of arts in natural sciences and his medical degree.
Later, Dr. Porter earned his master of business administration from the University of Tennessee and certificates in Medical Management from Harvard University and the University of Toronto. He received his Diplomate Status and Fellowship in Health Care Administration from the American Academy of Medical Administrators.
Following his training in Medical and Radiation Oncology, Dr. Porter assumed several senior positions in Canada, including that of Senior Specialist at the University of Alberta, Chief of Radiation Oncology at the London Regional Cancer Centre and Chairman of Oncology at Victoria Hospital in Ontario.
Dr. Porter’s extensive international background includes medical practice, business and academic leadership positions in Canada, Europe, Africa and the United States. He has also served as a Consultant to the World Health Organization, and has worked to establish international research and treatment programs in Turkey, Yemen, Bahamas, Brazil, Liberia and throughout Europe.
In 2005, Dr. Porter was appointed President of the Quebec provincial government’s new Réseau Universitaire Intégré de Santé (RUIS). The plan divides the province of Québec into four geographic regions – to be served by McGill and the Universities of Montréal, Sherbrooke and Laval – with tertiary services, education and research coordinated by each university’s faculty of medicine and its associated teaching hospital.
In February 2004, Dr. Porter was appointed Director General and CEO of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) in Montréal. With six teaching hospitals affiliated with McGill University, the MUHC is one of the most comprehensive academic health centres in North America with over 1,300 clinicians and some 14,000 healthcare professionals, researchers and other other personnel.
Dr. Porter also continues to teach at the University of Tennessee, McGill University, and University of West Indies.”
“SNC-LAVALIN AWARDED CONTRACT FOR MAJOR ALGERIAN GAS PROCESSING COMPLEX
Montreal | June 16, 2009
SNC-Lavalin is pleased to announce that it has been awarded an engineering procurement and construction contract by Sonatrach, Algeria’s national oil company to design and build natural gas process facilities in the Sahara desert approximately 1200 km to the south east of Algiers.
The 785.5 million € lump sum contract (approximately CAN$1.2 billion) calls for SNC-Lavalin to build a gas treatment complex, including infrastructure to collect raw gas at four different gaz fields, a natural gas processing facility and a facility to process and reinject carbon dioxide into gas fields. Once in operation, the facilities will start to produce and process 3.5 billion cubic metres of natural gas per year.
“The signing of this contract follows many months of technical studies and review by Sonatrach,” said Riadh Ben Aissa, Executive Vice-President, SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. in charge of worldwide infrastructure operations. “This contract reflects our proven ability to take on mega projects such as this one, and I am extremely pleased that Sonatrach has entrusted us with carrying out the project.”
Continued Ben Aissa, “We are also proud of SNC-Lavalin’s long history of contributing to the economic development of Algeria, so while we look forward to working again with Sonatrach, we are also very happy with this new opportunity to put our expertise in oil and gas to work for the benefit of all Algerians.”
Work will begin immediately at the Rhourde Nouss Central, Rhourde Nouss South/East, Rhourde Adra and Rhourde Adra South oil fields. The facilities are expected to be completed in 36 months.
SNC-Lavalin (TSX: SNC) is one of the leading engineering and construction groups in the world and a major player in the ownership of infrastructure, and in the provision of operations and maintenance services. SNC-Lavalin has offices across Canada and in over 35 other countries around the world, and is currently working in some 100 countries.
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SNC-Lavalin Group Inc.
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SNC-Lavalin Group Inc.
“PROJECT ADMINISTRATOR I NC50540410 – 50540410
Serco Inc. is a leading provider of professional, technology and management services focused on the federal government. We advise, design, integrate and deliver solutions that transform how clients achieve their missions. Our customer-first approach, robust portfolio of services and global experience enable us to respond with solutions that achieve outcomes with value. Headquartered in Reston, VA, Serco Inc. has approximately 9,000 employees with an annual revenue of $1.5 billion and is part of a $6.6 billion global business that helps transform government and public services around the world. Serco recognizes that our employees are our most valuable asset. Our successes directly relate to our employees. At Serco, we listen, respect and support our employees and through continuous training, development and information-sharing, we advance talent internally, enhancing career growth and progression which enables not only our employees to excel but enables our customers to excel as well. Our employees personally can make a difference. It is not just a job at Serco; at Serco, we offer career opportunities. We invite you to become part of our dynamic team. Serco is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to diversifying its workforce (M/F/D/V).
The Logistics Business Unit has over 1000 employees and supports all branches of the Department of Defense. We provide our customers a wide range of services including logistics planning, acquisition management and support, third-party logistics, and logistics IT applications. Our services are provided at customer sites and company sites throughout the United States as well as Southeast and Southwest Asia and we help our clients acquire new weapon systems and information technology capabilities to improve and sustain our nation’s defense.
Perform the duties of a Military Coordinator. Responsible for direct liaison with the Program Administrator, Navy reserve units, and Navy Operating Support Centers (NOSC) in matters of scheduling of training, processing of military orders for pay, manpower requirements, obtaining readiness data and other related areas in providing mission essential training, recording of records of training, and assistance with mobilizations, etc. Experience in accessing the Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET) to screen SECRET naval message traffic in order to provide operational support a must. Develops, plans, coordinates, implements and maintains projects and/or programs for client by performing the following duties. Coordinates project logistics such as meetings, travel, supplies and equipment,etc.
Required Skills and Experience:
High School diploma or equivalent with five years experience either as military or civilian in the area of Navy Reservist’s support for training and mobilizations. Knowledge of data bases such as Navy Reserve Readiness Module (NRRM), Corporate Enterprise Training Activity Resource Systems (CETARS), Reserve Unit Assignment Document (RUAD), Transaction Online Processing System (TOPS), etc. is required. Requires a Secret security clearance
xxxxxEmployment Type: Full time
Career Level: Entry Level”
“The Non-classified Internet Protocol (IP) Router Network (abbreviated as “NIPRNet,” but commonly written “NIPRNET”), but prevalently referred to as the “Non-classified IP Router Network,” is used to exchange sensitive but unclassified information between “internal” users as well as providing users access to the Internet. NIPRNet is composed of Internet Protocol routers owned by the United States Department of Defense (DOD). It was created in the 1980s and managed by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) to supersede the earlier MILNET. NIPRNET is the largest private network in the world. Over the last decades it has grown faster than the U.S. Department of Defense can monitor, which is why DoD is spending $10 million to map out the current state of the NIPRNET, in an effort to analyze its expansion, and identify unauthorized users, who are suspected to have quietly joined the network. The NIPRNET survey will also look for weakness in security. The Department of Defense has made a major effort over the last few years, to improve network security. The Pentagon announced it was requesting $2.3 billion in the 2012 budget to bolster network security within the Defense Department and to strengthen ties with its counterparts at the Homeland Security Department. SIPRNet and NIPRNet are referred to colloquially as sipper-net and nipper-net (or simply sipper and nipper), respectively.”
“Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET)
SIPRNET replaces the DDN DSNET1 as the SECRET portion of DISN. Its complete architecture will be achieved by constructing a new worldwide backbone router system. The primary method for secret-level network connectivity is via Base secret-level networks which in turn provide Base Router connectivity to SIPRNET. Various DOD router services and systems will migrate onto the SIPRNET backbone router network to serve the long-haul data transmission needs of the users. Transmission services will use smart multiplexer and 512 kilobits per second (kbps) channels. Other transmission services will be acquired or leased as needed. Future expansion will progress to the T1 circuit data rate of 1.544 Megabits (Mbps) and potentially to the T3 data rate of 45 Mbps. High speed packet switched service will be provided through the use of IP routers. This SECRET router layer of the DISN is intended to support national defense C3I requirements, to include the issuing of COMSEC keys used with the STU-III to make secure dial-up SIPRNET comm server connections.
The Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNET) has matured to be the core of our warfighting command and control capability. Many expeditionary commanders ask for SIPRNET ahead of secure voice when deploying their forces. SIPRNET is fast becoming the defacto standard of preferred data services, even over NIPRNET. The SIPRNET is the new, worldwide router-based network replacing the older X.25-based packet switched network (the Defense Secure Network One (DSNET1) of the Defense Data Network (DDN)). The initial SIPRNET backbone router network went online 3 March 1994. Subscribers started coming on line shortly thereafter. The SIPRNET WAN (as of 31 May 1995) consisted of a collection of 31 backbone routers interconnected by high-speed serial links to serve the long-haul data transport needs of secret-level DoD subscribers. Additional SIPRNET backbone routers are being planned to meet increased customer requirements. SIPRNET supports the DoD standard Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) protocol service. Subscribers within the DoD and other Government Agencies are able to use the SIPRNET for passing datagrams at the Secret-Not Releasable to Foreign Nationals (SECRET-NOFORN) classification level.”
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