Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Obama mentor Lester Crown and General Dynamics’ manufacture of wireless air-gap devices used in live web-cast SNAP porn films, to DMORT morgues deployed to the Virginia Tech and Sandy Hook crime scenes.
McConnell notes that both of the alleged perpetrators of the Virginia Tech and Sandy Hook shootings had their computer hard drives removed and/or destroyed before the shootings began and he infers they were both victims of DMORT SNAP gap porn (probably child porn) attacks and extortion, orchestrated by Obama’s mentors in Chicago.
[N.B. Mentor Crown introduces Obama who starts with Virginia Tech “Wag the Dog”] Address to Chicago Council on Global Affairs
“DID OBAMA ORDER SANDY HOOK SHOOTING TO GET YOUR GUNS [Note he is a SNAP gap user of General Dynamics Sectera wireless devices for DMORT morgue mass-casualty events]”
“Investigators Say Information on Adam Lanza’s Destroyed Hard Drive May Be ‘Impossible’ to Retrieve
It’s been nearly a week since Adam Lanza gunned down 20 children and six women in Newtown, Conn. and we are still no closer to knowing what motivated the, by all accounts, reclusive 20-year-old to kill.
Investigators have revealed Lanza destroyed the hard drive on his computer before shooting his mother Nancy, driving to Sandy Hook Elementary School and using her guns to kill 20 children and five teachers. They believe Lanza spent most of his time in the weeks leading up to Dec. 14 playing video games on his computer in the basement of his home.
Without the computer, it will be difficult to figure out whether Lanza had mentioned his plans to anyone online or whether Lanza left behind some sort of vendetta revealing his motives for the crime. The Hartford Courant spoke with an expert in computer forensics:
Depending how the metallic disk at the center of a computer hard drive is broken or cut into pieces, it can be difficult or even impossible to retrieve information, said Eric Friedberg, New York- based, co-president of Stroz Friedberg, a computer forensics and investigations firm.
“It is hard to put Humpty Dumpty together again,” Friedberg said. “I have never actually seen this done – but the physics would say that you could do it. If it is in three or four pieces the physics suggest that it is conceivable.”
Cho was seen near the entrance to West Ambler Johnston Hall, a co-edresidence hall that houses 894 students, at about 6:45 am EDT. The hall was normally only accessible to its residents via magnetic key card before 10 am. Cho’s student mailbox was in the lobby of the building, so he had a pass card access after 7:30 am, but it is unclear how he gained earlier entrance to the building.
Cho shot his first victims around 7:15 am in West Ambler Johnston Hall. At about that time, Cho entered the room that freshman Emily J. Hilscher shared with another student. Hilscher, a 19-year-old from Woodville, Rappahannock County, Virginia, was fatally wounded. After hearing the gunshots, a male resident assistant, Ryan C. Clark, attempted to aid Hilscher. Cho shot and killed Clark, a 22-year-old-senior from Martinez, Columbia County, Georgia. Hilscher remained alive for three hours after being shot, but no one from the school, law enforcement or hospital notified her family until after she had died.
Cho left the scene and returned to his dorm room. While police and emergency medical services units were responding to the shootings in the dorm next door, Cho changed out of his bloodstained clothes, logged on to his computer to delete his e-mail, and then removed the hard drive. About an hour after the attack, Cho is believed to have been seen near the campus duck pond. Although authorities suspected Cho had thrown his hard drive and mobile phone into the water, a search was unsuccessful.
Almost two hours after the first killings, Cho appeared at a nearby post office and mailed a package of writings and video recordings to NBC News; the package was postmarked 9:01 am. He then walked to Norris Hall. In a backpack, he carried several chains, locks, a hammer, a knife, two handguns with nineteen 10 and 15 round magazines, and nearly 400 rounds of ammunition.”
“Sectéra Edge Features
NSA Certified, DISA approved
One-touch switching between classified and unclassified PDA functions
First Ever on-the-move wireless access to the SIPRNET [and Mentors’ SNAP shot MitM attacks]
Secure and non-secure wireless phone, email and web browsing
Global roaming over GSM, CDMA or Wi-Fi wireless networks
Withstands the rigors of tactical and everyday environments (MIL-STD-810F)
Intuitive, user-friendly interface
Easy, fast deployment with Configuration Tool – Let’s you upgrade up to 16 Edges at once
Software upgradeable to VoIP
DoD PKI enabled Common Access Card (CAC) support [by Serco in the United Kingdom!]
Can be used inside closed areas with “SCIF-Friendly” feature
Top Secret data [Check the transsexual Welshman Bradley Manning]
GEM X™ remote management
“President Barack Obama may be getting a souped-up, super secure version of the BlackBerry called the Sectera Edge, recent speculation suggests. The NSA-certified [SNAP gap porn] device could allow Obama to fulfill his wish of staying connected, some suspect, while also addressing the numerous security concerns that come with the territory. Sectera Edge: Smartphone by General Dynamics The Sectera Edge is a smartphone made by a defense contractor called General Dynamics. The device, according to General Dynamics, was actually developed for the National Security Agency (NSA) and is considered a “secure mobile environment portable electronic device.” So what’s all that mean? Basically, the thing uses an alphabet soup of secure protocols to make sure all communications are encrypted and safe from would-be spies. The Sectera Edge uses SCIP, or Secure Communications Interoperability Protocol, along with HAIPE IS— High Assurance Internet Protocol Encryptor Interoperability Specification (try saying that three times fast) — to create connections with classified government networks. Its feature list even includes the specific option to “exchange secure e-mail with government personnel.””