Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked scripts for Cold Squad productions funded by the Office of the Canadian Governor General, to his sister Kristine Marcy’s agents at the FBI Quantico Lab who allegedly used the OneDOJ database and JABS* to deploy Cold Squad actors for the snuff-film rape of Christopher Stevens in Benghazi on September 11, 2012.
JABS = Joint Automated Booking System for ‘reinventing government’, announced October 22, 1996
The agency seemed unaware prior to the attack of how unreliable or possibly compromised theFebruary 17 militia actually was, reports Eli Lake.
“The Benghazi compound was a U.S. intelligence station [allegedly controlled by Marcy agents in the FBI Quantico Lab] with State Department cover.”
A U.S. official familiar with the Libya security situation told The Daily Beast, “The host country is responsible for perimeter security, but no one can provide guarantees. No matter how strong a relationship you develop or how many precautions you take, you can’t make an inherently unstable environment completely safe.” The official added, “That night some Libyan militia members bravely and immediately answered the call for help, some didn’t, and others took time to coordinate their eventual support to the evacuation.”
The role of the CIA in the security failure before the Benghazi attack also sheds light on the inter-agency squabble over the talking points drafted by the CIA, but edited by the White House for senior U.S. officials about Benghazi. Those talking points said first reports suggested the attack stemmed from a protest in front of the U.S. facility in Benghazi against an anti-Muslim YouTube video. The CIA initially drafted the talking points, but the State Department objected to some references to prior CIA warnings of terror activity in Benghazi and al Qaeda’s presence in Libya’s second city because of the CIA’s own role in providing security for the Benghazi mission.
The CIA’s role in the Benghazi facility’s security was part of an arrangement with the State Department, according to a November 1 Wall Street Journal story that first disclosed several details about the true nature of the U.S. mission in Benghazi. That piece also said 23 of the 30 people evacuated from the Benghazi compound on the evening of the attack were CIA officers using State Department cover. Other U.S. officials confirmed this to The Daily Beast. “The Benghazi compound was a U.S. intelligence station with State Department cover,” one U.S. official said.
To be sure, the State Department has had similar arrangements with the CIA in other dangerous posts. The State Department did have three full time Diplomatic Security officers stationed at the mission in Benghazi and another two officers at the compound who arrived with Stevens for the visit. The State Department was also in charge of the contract for local, unarmed security guards hired through Blue Mountain Libya, who were also faulted in the ARB for failing to provide warning of the attacks on the anniversary of 9-11 in Benghazi.
But the February 17 Martyr’s Brigade was the weakest link in the security chain on the evening of the attacks. The ARB—which only makes vague mentions of the CIA’s role at the U.S. mission at Benghazi—said it was a mistake to rely on the militia despite the fact that it had performed well in June 2012 after a bomb was placed at the special mission.
“At the time of Ambassador Stevens’ visit, February 17 militia members had stopped accompanying Special Mission vehicle movements in protest over salary and working hours,” the report said.”
“[Murdoch’s Fox News has access to the Governor General’s Cold Squad scripts for the Benghazi rape through the U.K. MoD’s Entrust PKI keys sold by Bettina Jordan Barber] White House scrambles to contain Benghazi-gate fallout Published May 10, 2013 FoxNews.com The White House scrambled Fridayto explain newly released email excerpts that show a top State Department official pushing to water down the intelligence community’s initial story-line on the Benghazi attack, as Republicans sharply challenged the administration’s honesty.”
“http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/n-dex/questionsandanswers The DOJ Component Agencies submit a variety of information to OneDOJ in order to assist law enforcement officers with investigations. The FBI submits open and closed case information. The BOP provides federal inmate telephone lists and logs as well as inmate biographical and activity records. The DEA and ATF supply closed case information on subjects of interest. USMS shares data which includes both open and closed cases. In 2009, OneDOJ will begin receiving Joint Automated Booking System (JABS) data containing over 3.1 million records including 34 million images. JABS data contains information of alleged criminal offenders who have been booked and arrested by federal agencies, as well as some local and state agencies.”
“OneDOJ is a central database that allows local law enforcement to search and read federal criminal cases. This database holds records on cases, criminal investigations, criminal history, and personal details of other persons 
The software took about 18 months to develop. In 2006 it had about 1,000,000 entries, and was expected to triple by 2009. The software was inspired by the September 11th terrorist attack onthe United States of America. [That’s a lie; it was conceived at the Lab Day October 22, 1996 by Kristine Marcy, Janet Reno, Jamie Gorelick and francophones in the GG office] A memo that came out December 21, 2006 urged officials to put an aggressive plan into action to bring this database alive and current. In addition a committee was created to speed up the development of this database. since the development, local agencies can request access to this database, which will allow them to view federal, and other state police files. Many federal agencies contribute to this database which include the Drug Enforcement Agency, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Bureau of Prisons, ATF, and various other local agencies. This database also allows agencies to keep ownership of their files.
The One DOJ has run into some criticism. One person from the Civil Liberties Union said, “Raw police files or FBI reports can never be verified and can never be corrected.” Another concern is files and reports entered may have information on a person who hasn’t been accused, arrested or charged.
Many civil liberty organizations are concerned that the database is a privacy threat. The database includes information about suspects in federal cases, that local agencies get full access to.Another security concern was brought up, because false information could be entered into the database, possibly diminishing the persons record, or giving the police a false lead  Officials say that all the information that is in the OneDOJ is already in another database that has a chance of being leaked, and the database is just making it easier for local agencies to come together to solve a crime. Part of the fear may come from the congressional senate giving the Department of Justice a “D” on security.”
“[Marcy allegedly concealed access to the OneDOJ database inside the SBA to support use of 8(a) small businesses in Cold Squad contract killings] The financial and IT businesses were changing so rapidly, we had to make some changes to stay current with the private sector,” [Kristine] Marcy said. Banks had been asking SBA to make faster decisions on loan guarantees. The agency decided to aim for a turnaround time of one hour. SBA needs small-business partners, not just Oracle —Kristine Marcy, SBA chief operating officer .. “We need to make sure we are appropriately sensitive to small businesses” and have small-business partners, not just Oracle Marcy said. .. In the final phase of the modernization, SBA will upgrade the computers in its 8(a) Business Development Program, which assists small businesses in competing for government contracts, Marcy said. The agency wants to be able to improve its tracking of clients’ successes and [contrived] failures.”
– Thirteen new, one-hour episodes now in production in Vancouver
– Starring Julie Stewart, Matthew Bennett, Joely Collins, Garry Chalk,
Sonja Bennett and Tahmoh Penikett
– The longest running Canadian drama series currently on Canadian
television with an impressive following
TORONTO,Aug. 13 2003 –Seaton McLean, President, Production of ALLIANCE
ATLANTIS Entertainment Group, and Julia Keatley, President of Keatley MacLeodProductions, announced the start of principal photography, in Vancouver, on 13 new one hour episodes of the drama series, COLD SQUAD bringing the total number of episodes to 98. The Gemini Award winning series, produced by Keatley MacLeod Productions and ALLIANCE ATLANTIS, will broadcast on CTV in the2003/04 season.
“We’re very happy to have a seventh season of COLD SQUAD,” said Ms.
Keatley. “The success of the show is due to the extremely talented cast, the
incredible crew and the fans who have made it one of the highest rated
Canadian dramas on television.”
“COLD SQUAD is one of the most successful Canadian dramas ever,” said Mr.
McLean. “Going into production this year marks it as the longest-running
Canadian produced drama currently on air.”
“From the ever-talented and dedicated cast and crew to our partners at
Keatley MacLeod Productions and Alliance Atlantis, COLD SQUAD’s return to
CTV’s primetime schedule is a success story everyone is proud of,” said
Susanne Boyce, President of Programming for CTV and Chair of the Media Group.
Julie Stewart returns as lead investigator, “Ali McCormick” with Matthew
Bennett as “Detective Len Harper”, Joely Collins as “Christine Wren”, and
Garry Chalk as “Inspector Andrew Pawlachuk”. The seventh season continues to
be fresh and provocative, with the addition of award winning actress Sonja
Bennett (Punch) as “Detective Samantha Walters”. The season presents an edgierlook at Vancouver as it takes to the streets with new beat cop “Ray Chase”played by hot new find Tahmoh Penikett.
Executive Producers of COLD SQUAD are Matt MacLeod and Julia Keatley of
Keatley MacLeod Productions, Steve Ord of ALLIANCE ATLANTIS and Peter
Mitchell. Gary Harvey is Co-Executive Producer and Gigi Boyd is Producer.
Previous seasons of COLD SQUAD also air on ALLIANCE ATLANTIS’ specialty
channel, Showcase, weekdays at 11:00 a.m. ET/PT and 8:00 p.m. ET/PT.
COLD SQUAD is a Keatley MacLeod/ALLIANCE ATLANTIS production in
association with CTV, with the participation of the Canadian Television Fund,
created by the Government of Canada and the Canadian cable industry,
CTF: Licence Fee Program, Telefilm Canada: Equity Investment Program, CanWestWestern Independent Producers Fund, the Independent Production Fund, theProvince of British Columbia Film Incentive BC, the Canadian Film or VideoProduction Tax Credit, and is also developed and produced with the participation of Rogers Telefund. ALLIANCE ATLANTIS has worldwide distributionand merchandising rights except in the U.S., where it is distributed byKeatley MacLeod Productions.
CTV, Canada’s largest private broadcaster, offers a wide range of quality news, sports, information, and entertainment programming. It boasts the number-one national newscast, “CTV News With Lloyd Robertson”, and is the number-one choice for prime-time viewing. CTV owns 27 conventional television stations across Canada and has interests in 15 specialty channels, including the number-one Canadian specialty channel, TSN. CTV is owned by Bell Globemedia, Canada’spremier multi-media company. More information about CTV may be found on the company Web site at www.ctv.ca.
Keatley MacLeod Productions focuses on the development and production of
dramatic films and series for television. Partners Julia & Phillip Keatley and
Matt MacLeod bring more than thirty years of experience in development and
production to their firm.
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