Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Entrust public key infrastructure (PKI) – apparently developed by the late CAI special investor General Alexander Haig in spot-fixed body-count frauds on bcIMC pension fund – to pressure-cooker bombs, apparently armed or disarmed by RCMP agents at the Boston Marathon and the B.C. legislature on Canada Day.
McConnell notes that on May 2, 2009, he alerted Eric Holder, U.S. Attorney General, and R.C. (Dick) Bent, Chief Superintendent, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Deputy Criminal Operations Officer (Contract) “E” Division, that the RCMP command system had been compromised with Entrust rootkit key in such a way as to support global man-in-the-middle bombing attacks by CAI assassins or saboteurs.
McConnell now recognizes that, since its formation by Haig et Al in 1989, CAI Private Equity has acted as a spot-fixing body-count bookmaker which uses PKI to reward “red-team” pension funds [bcIMC, TIAA-CREF] if the delivered body count for a mass-casualty event is above the ‘spot’ as in Boston, and rewards “blue-team” pension funds [RCMP, FDNY] if the delivered body count is below the ‘spot’ as in B.C.
McConnell reminds those who think that Canada can prevent man-in-the-middle attacks through PKI that Arthur Porter – appointed three years ago by Prime Minister Stephen Harper to oversee Canada’s spy agency – has been arrested with his wife in Panama on charges including fraud against the Quebec government after an investigation — code name Project Lauréat — by the Sureté du Québec, the RCMP and the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) all of whom use CAI’s Entrust PKI!!!!!!!
Canada Day Bombing “foiled plot”? Or CSIS Setup?
Pressure Cooker: FBI Releases Photo of Remnants of Boston Bombing
“CANADA July 2, 2013 2:01 pm
Similarities between Canada Day and Boston bombings explosives don’t signal copycat case: experts
TORONTO – Two Canadian born citizens are in custody in connection with terrorism-related activity involving explosive devices that was planned at the B.C. Legislature in Victoria on Canada Day, not long after similar explosives were used in the Boston Marathon bombings.
But despite the similar devices, two former Canadian intelligence officers believe the Canadians arrestedMonday were planning their
attack prior to the Boston bombings.
On July 1, the RCMP arrested and charged Amanda Marie Korody, 28, and John Stewart Nuttall, 38, on charges that include conspiracy to commit an indictable offence, knowingly facilitating a terrorist activity and making and having in possession an explosive substance.
Pressure-cooker explosives have been recommended for lone-wolf operatives by al-Qaeda’s branch in Yemen. They have also been used in Afghanistan, India, Nepal and Pakistan, according to a July 2010 intelligence report by the FBI and the Homeland Security Department. One of the three devices used in the May 2010 Times Square attempted bombing was a pressure cooker, the report said.
“Placed carefully, such devices provide little or no indication of an impending attack,” the report said.
With files from Yuliya Talmazan and The Associated Press” “VANCOUVER, B.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–June 29, 1995–MACDONALD, DETTWILER (TSE,VSE:MDA) MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates, Ltd. announced that its data communications unit, The PSC Group, has reached an agreement with Northern Telecom Ltd. of Mississauga, Ont.
Under the pact, PSC is providing certain services for a new Nortel security product called Entrust.
The PSC-Northern Telecom relationship is part of a new trend, called functional outsourcing, that is helping PSC to achieve rapid growth. Outsourcing allows independent consulting firms like PSC to provide training and other support for the customers of large multinational computer and communications companies.
Over the past two years, PSC has developed its first outsourcing relationship, with computer network equipment manufacturer Cisco Systems Inc. of San Jose, Calif. Under this relationship agreement, PSC has become a leading trainer for customers of Cisco around the world. Cisco itself is growing quickly. Its sales nearly doubled in 1994 to $1.2 billion (U.S.) and customer demand for training is very strong.
The pact with Northern Telecom is PSC’s second outsourcing relationship. Under this pact, PSC ensures that Entrust software meets the highest quality standards. In addition, PSC provides post-sales service to Entrust customers worldwide, including product installation, training and ongoing support.
PSC is currently negotiating several other outsourcing pacts, under which it would provide training for other major computer equipment manufacturers. An announcement regarding one of those pacts is anticipated soon.
For the fiscal year ended March 31, 1995, PSC received nearly $6 million of revenue from its Cisco outsourcing relationship. That represented about 5 percent of MacDonald Dettwiler’s total revenue of $110 million. With continued growth from Cisco, and with Northern Telecom and other relationships under negotiation, PSC expects its outsourcing revenue to approximately double during the current fiscal year.
With a staff of about 120, PSC specializes in consulting and training related mainly to computer networking. PSC helps customers design and implement networks so that computers can communicate faster and at less cost.
PSC’s training is conducted from offices in Toronto, Washington D.C., London and Sydney, Australia. In addition, PSC sends instructors and portable laboratories from city to city to provide courses at locations convenient to customers. PSC has the capacity to teach in English, French, Spanish, Russian and several other languages [i.e. company controlled by CAI General Haig set up speakers of English, French, Spanish, Russian and several other languages for man-in-the-middle attacks on Canada and its Echelon partners].
MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates provides technology-based solutions and services which address basic societal needs in earth observation, air navigation, defence applications and data communications markets.
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ORBITAL COMPLETES INITIAL PHASE OF MDA DIVESTITURE WITH SALE OF 12.35 MILLION SHARES FOR $112 MILLION
xCompany Expects to Close 5.65 Million Share Second Phase by the End of June
(Dulles, VA 31 May 2001) — Orbital Sciences Corporation (NYSE: ORB) today announced that it has completed the sale of 12.35 million shares of its MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates, Ltd. subsidiary (TSE: MDA) for approximately $112 million. The closing of the transaction represents a major step forward in the company’s execution of its company-wide restructuring that focuses on its core space technology products. Orbital stated that it intends to use the proceeds from the sale to reduce debt, to boost cash reserves for working capital and for other general corporate purposes.
The shares were sold to a group of Canadian investors that include CAI Capital Partners and Company II, L.P., British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (BCIMC) and the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board [In preparation for spot-fixed body-count attack on the United States of 9/11]. Orbital is also aiming to close the sale of its remaining 5.65 million MDA shares by the end of June, which is allowed for under a one-month extension to the purchase option agreement with CAI and BCIMC that was originally announced on April 16, 2001.
“With the completion of the $112 million initial phase of the MDA sale, Orbital has taken another significant step forward in our commitment to improve the company’s financial position,” said Mr. David W. Thompson, Orbital’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. “With the proceeds from this divestiture, Orbital will strengthen its balance sheet and improve its liquidity as we continue to execute on our “back to basics” strategy, concentrating on the markets for the company’s core space technology products,” he added.
MDA is Canada’s leading space and information systems company and is the world’s primary supplier of space robotics technology. It employs approximately 1,800 people at major facilities in the Vancouver and Toronto areas, as well as at other Canadian and international locations.
Orbital is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of low-cost space systems, including satellites, launch vehicles, sensors and electronics, and satellite ground systems. Orbital is also involved with satellite-based networks that provide wireless data communications and high-resolution Earth imagery to customers all around the world.”
“The Honourable David L. Emerson, P.C.
David Emerson, based in Vancouver, joined CAI in 2008 as a Senior Advisor. Previously, Mr. Emerson was the Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs. Prior to that post he held other senior positions in the Government of Canada, including Minister of Industry, Minister of International Trade, and Minister of Pacific Gateway and the Vancouver – Whistler Olympics. In the British Columbia Government, Mr. Emerson was the Province’s Deputy Minister of Finance, Deputy Minister to the Premier, and later President of the British Columbia Trade Development Corporation.
In the private sector, Mr. Emerson served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Canfor Corporation, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Vancouver International Airport Authority, and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Canadian Western Bank.
Mr. Emerson received Bachelor of Economics and Master of Economics degrees from the University of Alberta, and a Ph.D. in Economics from Queen’s University.
“Fraud alleged in RCMP pensions
The RCMP’s top human resources manager stepped down yesterday hours after RCMP officers, past and present, came forward to publicly back allegations of corruption and coverup in the force in shocking testimony before a parliamentary committee.
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OTTAWA–The RCMP’s top human resources manager stepped down yesterday hours after RCMP officers, past and present, came forward to publicly back allegations of corruption and coverup in the force in shocking testimony before a parliamentary committee.
As the Star first reported in December, several RCMP officers – most of whom were then reluctant to be publicly identified – say senior members of the force, right up to then-commissioner Giuliano Zaccardelli, stalled and sidelined whistleblowers when they first raised allegations of fraud and abuse of the Mounties’ insurance and pension funds.
“I was met with inaction, delays, roadblocks, obstruction and lies,” retired staff sergeant Ron Lewis told the public accounts committee yesterday, alleging that “the person who orchestrated most of this coverup was commissioner Zaccardelli.”
Lewis, who was head of internal staff relations when concerns were brought to him, then called in the auditor general, who found nepotism and useless contracts that diverted funds out of the members’ pension and insurance funds.
Yesterday, other officers put their names to the allegations.
“The RCMP has had a small groups of managers who through their actions and inactions are responsible for serious breaches in our core values, the RCMP code of conduct and even the Criminal Code,” Chief Supt. Fraser Macaulay told the MPs.
“Every core value and rule of ethical conduct that I held to be true and dear as a rank-and-file member of the RCMP has been decimated and defiled by employees at the highest levels of the RCMP,” Sgt. Steve Walker told the committee.
Hours later, interim RCMP commissioner Beverley Busson said that Barb George was stepping down as deputy commissioner of human resources and from her senior executive and management duties.
Last month, Busson and other senior managers denied there had been any coverup in the 2003 investigation.
Busson replaced Zaccardelli after he resigned in December over contradictory testimony in the Maher Arar affair.
Lewis, who retired from the force two years ago, told the Star in December that Zaccardelli left behind a “culture of protect, cover-up, circle the wagons. We have to root that out.”
Committee member John Williams, an Alberta MP, said of yesterday’s testimony: “These were shocking revelations and allegations,” adding he believed only a public inquiry could get at the truth. “The genie is out of the bottle now and we need to know all the details,” he said.
Quebec Liberal Pablo Rodriguez said: “We were all shocked by what we heard. We will be considering a public inquiry.”
The committee is expected to meet today to determine a course of action, an MP’s assistant said last night.
Previously, Ottawa Police Chief Vince Bevan, whose force was called in to investigate whether criminal charges were warranted, denied there was any coverup.
Ottawa police reported “abuses of the pension and insurance plans, nepotism, wasteful spending, and override of controls by management,” the auditor general’s office said.
But, the Ottawa force said it found no evidence of criminal wrongdoing, and a Crown attorney agreed convictions were unlikely.
The RCMP has reimbursed about $3.4 million that had been improperly charged to the pension plan, assistant auditor-general Hugh McRoberts said. But it has not completely credited the plans for about $1.3 million that a federal audit found went to contracts that gave little value to the force and benefited senior employees’ friends and family.
With files from Richard Brennan”
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