#1498: Marine Links Jason McLean’s Cold Squad ‘Rope a Boeing Dope’ to bin Laden Landing Gear
Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Jason McLean’s alleged staging of privately-aired episodes of the Cold Squad TV Series, tentatively titled “Rope a Boeing Dope”, to the roped-up bin Laden landing gear pictured below.
McConnell has identified McLean as the Amalgam Virgo (June 1-2) and Global Guardian (September 10-12) war-game maestro in 2001 when he worked as Special Assistant in the Office of the [Librano] Prime Minister of Canada (2000-2002) and McConnell further alleges that McLean coordinated the bin Laden red team’s electronic tethering of (‘Rope a Dope’) Boeing aircraft in the 9/11 attacks and the Cold Squad crews’ planting of evidence such as landing gear above and red bandanna below.
“This “Boeing landing gear” may win the prize as the most blatantly-planted piece of ’9/11 evidence’ yet, which is saying a lot. Other shamelessly-planted items of “9/11 evidence” include:
The “hijacker’s passport” that magically floated down to earth beside the dustified Towers, to be picked up by an intelligence agent who managed to hand it to the authorities without being identified.
The “Fatty Bin Laden Confession Video,” termed laughably “bogus” by America’s top academic Bin Laden expert. It, too, was magically discovered and handed to US authorities by someone – allegedly a US soldier – who has never been identified.
The Shiite bandana allegedly discovered next to the empty, shallow fifteen-foot-diameter hole in the ground in Shanksville where the government claims a 757 completely disappeared into the soft earth.
Mohammed Atta’s “magic suitcase #1″ discovered in Hamburg, Germany and delivered to police by a self-professed “good Samaritan burglar” who had discovered it, he said, during a burglary. German police say the “burglar” was an intelligence agent, but won’t say which agency he worked for.
Atta’s “magic suitcase #2” that magically failed to be transferred from the alleged Atta’s Portland-to-Boston flight on to alleged Flight 11, where it would have been annihilated had there been a Flight 11 that hit the WTC. This “magic suitcase” contained a laughably bogus “confession” to the crime of 9/11, the names of the 19 alleged hijackers (more than half of whom were alive after 9/11), and a hilariously fake “last will and testament” beginning with a botched version of the bismillah, “In the name of God, myself, and my family…” (Why would Atta have put his will in a suitcase destined for annihilation?!)
”Atta’s automobiles,” a.k.a. the Attamobiles, left at Maine’s Portland Airport AND Boston’s Logan Airport. How did Atta simultaneously drive to two airports, and leave two cars behind? Talk about over-planting your evidence!
The piece of a Boeing Airliner that crashed in Cali, Columbia that somehow materialized on the Pentagon lawn on 9/11, and was photographed there in various positions in various places, with a piece of jungle vine still embedded in it.
There are dozens more examples of hilariously bad, obviously-planted “evidence” designed to reinforce the ludicrous official story of 9/11.
But the “discovery” of the “Boeing landing gear” that had been lowered by ropes in order to cast aspersions on the “Ground Zero Mosque” may be the very lamest of all the lame 9/11-evidence-plants.”
President and Chief Executive Officer
The McLean Group of Companies
Jason McLean was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of the McLean Group in 2010 following eight years of previous appointments as President and Chief Operating Officer, Executive Vice President, and Chief Legal Officer.
As President and Chief Executive Officer, he is senior officer of the McLean Group’s operating and investment businesses which include Vancouver Film Studios, Pacific Backlot Services, Signal Systems, Erinmore Management, Blanca Realty, and Harbour Landing Construction. He is also Chairman of Blackcomb Aviation, a jet and helicopter charter, maintenance, and aircraft management company which is co-owned with John Morris. In addition to providing guidance and leadership to management teams, Jason coordinates the dialogue between ownership and management with corporate governance and strategic planning. Accordingly, Jason oversees all major transactions in each of the McLean Group’s operating and investment businesses and is the first point of contact for new investments and financing.
Prior to joining the McLean Group, Jason worked as Special Assistant in the Office of the Prime Minister of Canada (2000-2002) leading advance teams to Africa, China, the United States, and Europe in preparation for NATO and APEC meetings, G8 summits, and other major trade and diplomatic consultations [Ergo, motive, opportunity and weapon for Rope a Boeing Dope in Global Guardian 9/11].
Jason McLean is a graduate of the University of British Columbia (LLB, 1999) and was called to the Bar of British Columbia in 2000 after articling with Stikeman Elliot in Vancouver. He is a certified member of the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD.D) and a graduate of Harvard Business School’s Owner President Management Program, a rigorous executive education program for international business owners.
Jason gives his time to multiple boards and community organizations and in 2009 was the recipient of a Top 40 Under 40 Award from Business in Vancouver. He currently serves on the UBC Board of Governors and on the Dean’s Advisory Committee for the National Centre for Business Law, also at UBC. He is past board member and Finance Committee Chair for the Vancouver Police Board, the governing body responsible for providing civilian governance to the Vancouver Police Department. In 2010, Jason McLean was appointed Chair of the Vancouver Board of Trade, the youngest Chair in its 123 year history. This followed several years of chairing key board committees.”
“Cold Squad (1998–2005) TV Series – 60 min – Crime www.imdb.com/title/tt0138959/ Plot Summary for “Cold Squad” (1998) More at IMDbPro » Cold Squad is a one hour police crime-drama made in Vancouver about a team of Vancouver police officers in charge of investigating and solving cases that have been in the “cold” file for a while, which basically means the police gave up on them because there were no leads.”
More to follow.