Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Nortel’s Joint Automated Booking System (`JABS`) apparently used by the Boundary Road Studio’s Cold Squad crews, to ‘Con Air’ parolees who were allegedly issued with SABRE seat reservations by Jamie Gorelick’s DoJ associates to camouflage travel through crime scenes associated with the Boston Marathon bombs.
McConnell points out that Jamie “The Wall” Gorelick used Nortel JABS servers and Con Air SABRE seat reservations to move Cold Squad actors / parolees through 9/11 crimes scenes at the Pentagon, where, after the clean-up crew had removed evidence of a Pentagon attack by what appears to have been a droned Raytheon A-4 Skywarrior, the Cold Squad members were given a ‘Clear the Skies’ authority by Ben Sliney to return to their 1875 Boundary Road Studio base in Vancouver, B.C., Canada and celebrate!
McConnell suggests that anyone in contact with Ms. Gorelick should warn her there is a leak in her OODA loop (Clue: Check woman who told Janet Reno that they were beating the children at Waco).
A revolutionary addition to the area’s stable of studios that strives to centralize all functions of the filmmaking process. It’s 93,000 sq. ft. studio can accommodate productions from low-budget TV shows to big budget features.
Movies filmed: Cold Squad, Dead Like Me, The Collector”
Jamie S. Gorelick is a litigator who joined the firm in 2003.
Ms. Gorelick’s career has spanned the legal, policy and corporate landscape. Over the course of her career, she has represented diverse interests in complex civil and criminal litigation, internal corporate investigations and counseling on issues at the intersection of law, policy and governance. As one of Washington’s best-known litigators, Ms. Gorelick has represented corporations and individuals in a wide array of problems, particularly in the regulatory and enforcement arenas. A leader in the bar, she was President of the District of Columbia Bar from 1992 to 1993. She is currently Co-Chair of the American Bar Association’s Commission on Legal Ethics 20/20.
Ms. Gorelick was one of the longest serving Deputy Attorneys General of the United States, the second highest position in the Department of Justice. In that role, she supervised the litigation and law enforcement divisions of the Department, including the United States Attorneys Offices. Ms. Gorelick arrived at Justice from the Department of Defense, where she was General Counsel. There, she helped structure the Department’s involvement in the consolidation of the defense industry in the 1990s and was awarded the Secretary of Defense Distinguished Service Medal for her service. Earlier in her career, Ms. Gorelick was Vice Chair of the Task Force on the Audit, Inspection and Investigation Components of the Department of Defense. She was also Assistant to the Secretary and Counselor to the Deputy Secretary of Energy, and was presented with the Secretary’s Outstanding Service Medal.
Ms. Gorelick has served on numerous government boards and commissions. She is currently a member of the Defense Policy Board at the US Department of Defense. Previously, Ms. Gorelick was a member of the bipartisan National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States (the “9/11 Commission”). She also was a member of the CIA’s National Security Advisory Panel, former President Bush’s Review of Intelligence Committee and former President Clinton’s Advisory Committee to the Presidential Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection (which she co-chaired), among others. She was a member of the Commission on Science and Security at the Department of Energy and is currently serving on the Continuity of Government Commission.
Corporate and Non-profit Experience
Ms. Gorelick, who frequently counsels boards on governance issues, is a Director of both Amazon.com, where she serves on the Leadership Development and Compensation Committee of the Board, and United Technologies Corp, where she serves on the Finance, Compensation and Public Issues Committees of the Board. She is also on the boards of the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Urban Institute, and the Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless. In addition, Ms. Gorelick is a member of the Council on Foreign Relation. She was Vice Chair of Fannie Mae from 1997 to 2003.
Ms. Gorelick has written numerous scholarly articles and is the co-author of a leading treatise on the maintenance of corporate documents, Destruction of Evidence (Wiley 1983). She taught trial advocacy at Harvard Law School and has been a guest lecturer at universities across the country. She was a member of Harvard’s Board of Overseers and its Overseers’ Visiting Committee to Harvard Law School. She is a frequent lecturer on corporate governance and business ethics and was the 2004 Raytheon Lecturer on Business Ethics at Bentley College. Ms. Gorelick is a member of the Best Lawyers Board of Advisors and the Reuters Editorial Advisory Board.
A Broad and Deep Background
Ms. Gorelick’s diverse experience in both the public and private sectors—combined with her experience in the corporate boardroom and in the international arena—enables her to assist organizations operating in competitive and complex markets.
Honors and Awards
Mansfield Award, National Association of Women Lawyers (2011)
Good Scout Award, National Capital Area Boy Scouts (2008)
Bar Association of the District of Columbia Lawyer of the Year (2004)
DC Chamber of Commerce’s Corporate Leadership Award (2003)
Women’s Bar Association Star of the Bar Award (2003)
NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund Aiming High Award (2002)
ADL Leon and Marilyn Klinghoffer Memorial Foundation Award (received on behalf of Clinton Administration)
American Jewish Committee Judge Learned Hand Award (1999)
Wickersham Award for Exceptional Public Service and Dedication to the Legal Profession (1998)
Director of Central Intelligence Award (1997)
Department of Justice Edmund J. Randolph Award (1997)
Equal Justice Works Outstanding Advocate of the Year (1997)
American Bar Association Margaret Brent Award (1997)
Radcliffe College Alumnae Recognition Award (1997)
Secretary of Defense Distinguished Service Award (1994)
Prominent Woman in International Law (1994)
Women’s Bar Association Women Lawyer of the Year (1993)
Secretary of Energy Outstanding Service Award (1980)
Recognized in the May 19, 2008 edition of Legal Times as one of the “Greatest Washington Lawyers in the Past 30 Years.” Honored as a “champion” – a lawyer whose community and public service has set an example that other DC lawyers should follow.
Money Magazine’s “50 Smartest Women in the Money Business”
Who’s Who in America
Who’s Who in American Law
Areas of Practice
Defense, National Security and Government Contracts
Regulatory and Government Affairs
Public Policy and Strategy
Congressional, Executive Branch and Multi-State Investigations
Crisis Management/Crisis Communications
Legislative and Administrative Solutions
Managing Public Policy Risk
Strategic Support for Transactions
Government and Regulatory Litigation
Foreign Investment in the US (CFIUS)
Investigations and Criminal Litigation
West Practice Categories
Banking & Finance Law, Bankruptcy Litigation, Class Actions, Complex Litigation, Defense Contracts, Federal Appellate Practice, Federal Claims Court, Federal Contracts, Federal Trial Practice, Government Contracts, International Trade Litigation, Litigation & Appeals, Multidistrict Litigation, Patent Litigation, State Appellate Practice, State Trial Practice, Tax Litigation, US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, US Supreme Court.”
In 2006, attorney Melissa Hoffer, then part of the team with WilmerHale, delivered a speech in Caen, France, critical of U.S. detainee policy. Other WilmerHale lawyers participating in the case include Stephen Oleskey , Rob Kirsch , Mark C. Fleming, Lynne Campbell Soutter, Jeffrey Gleason Lauren Brunswick and Adam Gershenson.
In January 2007, Cully Stimson, deputy assistant secretary of defense for detainee affairs, criticized WilmerHale and other major law firms for representing “the very terrorists who hit their bottom line back in 2001,” and questioned whether such work was really being done pro bono or might actually receive funding from shadowy sources.  In a Wall Street Journal editorial criticizing Stimson, Harvard Law School professor (and former United States Solicitor General under President Reagan) Charles Fried wrote:
“It is no surprise that firms like Wilmer Hale (which represents both Big Pharma and Tobacco Free Kids), Covington & Burling (which represents both Big Tobacco and Guantanamo detainees), and the other firms on Mr. Stimson’s hit list, are among the most sought-after by law school graduates, and retain the loyalty and enthusiasm of their partners. They offer their lawyers the profession at its best, and help assure that the rule of law is not just a slogan but a satisfying way of life.” 
In December 2007, Seth Waxman made the oral argument to the Supreme Court in Boumediene v. Bush which upheld habeas corpus rights for detainees at Guantanamo Bay.”