McConnell notes that the platforms for Crudas’s CMC Markets spread betting and McLean’s Signal Systems repeaters run on common Cisco routers and thereby allow bookmakers to force forensic scientists in temporary morgues to adjust crime-scene body counts up or down by mis-matching the victims’ body parts.
McConnell claims that the Bullers’ bookmaker pimp used Mclean’s Signal Systems repeaters to order scientists to spot-fix the 7/7 body count in London by sending 400 body parts to Bosnia for analysis!
Dial a Yield with Signals Systems portable repeater? White smoke from aluminothermic reaction involving the oxidation of Aluminum (Al) powder by a metal oxide (MxOy): 2 Al(s) + MxOy(s) = Al2O3(s) + 3x M(s)?
“NBC News .. American woman among 80 killed in Spain train crash; driver detained
A witness told a Spanish radio station she first heard a loud explosion and then saw the train derail, according to Reuters.
may be more than a fast train.
#4.2 – Wed Jul 24, 2013 5:50 PM EDT”
“MONTREAL, Quebec (AFP) – Canadian manufacturer Bombardier has joined the investigation of the deadly train derailment in Spain that involved one of its locomotives.
Marc Laforge, spokesman for the company’s rail division, told AFP it has “dispatched people to the site to help in any way possible, and of course to collaborate with the investigation.”
Bombardier was part of a consortium led by Spain’s Patentes Talgo which won a contract in 2004 to supply Spain’s national rail network Renfe with 44 high speed trains for 188 million euros.
Bombardier supplied the locomotives capable of reaching speeds of up to 250 kilometers per hour (150 mph) while Talgo supplied the chassis, brakes and other components.
“Of course, the locomotives were equipped with systems” that regulate speed, Laforge noted, as a preliminary enquiry pointed to speed as the cause of the crash.
Spanish authorities have confirmed that 80 people were killed and 178 injured in Wednesday’s accident, in which a high speed passenger express train jumped its rails and was torn in half.”
“Spain train crash: Driver detained as suspect; death count lowered to 78
Yesica Fisch and Alan Clendenning, The Associated Press Published Friday, July 26, 2013 6:10AM EDT
Last Updated Friday, July 26, 2013 9:04AM EDT
SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, Spain — Spanish police on Friday detained the driver of a train that crashed in northwestern Spain, lowered the death toll from 80 to 78 and took possession of the “black boxes” of the train expected to shed light on why it was going faster than the speed limit on the curve where it derailed.
The driver, Francisco Jose Garzon Amo, was officially detained in the hospital where he was recovering, said Jaime Iglesias, the National Police chief of the Galicia region where the crash happened just on the outskirts of the regional capital, Santiago de Compostela.
Iglesias said that Garzon Amo would be questioned “as a suspect for a crime linked to the cause of the accident.”
The revised death toll from 80 to 78 came as forensic scientists matched body parts with each other at a makeshift morgue set up in a sports arena in Santiago de Compostela, said Antonio de Amo, the police chief in charge of the scientific service for Spain’s National Police.
De Amo said police are still working to identify what they believe are the remains of six people, and that the count could change as they continue their work associating body parts with each other.
Investigators, meanwhile, have taken possession of the “black boxes” of the train that hurtled at high-speed along a curve and derailed, court spokeswoman Maria Pardo Rios. The boxes record train’s trip data, including speed and distances and braking and are similar to flight recorders for airplanes.
Analysis will be performed on the boxes but she declined comment on how long the analysis will take.
Clendenning reported from Madrid. Ciaran Giles contributed from Madrid”
Travelling the wrong way?
Jenny Nicholson’s name turned up as one of the 7/7 victims – victims of a blast on the Circle line, as the train just pulled out of Edgware Road, Westbound towards Paddington. Her bewildered Mother wrote in her book: ‘We don’t understand why my daughter was on this train. She was travelling in completely the wrong direction for work. She should have been travelling away from Paddington’ (p.219).
Jenny Nicholson travelled in each morning from Reading to Paddington, there getting the Bakerloo line to Oxford Circus. She would change onto the Central line and then go one stop to Tottenham Court Road, where she worked in Shaftesbury Avenue. But, on 08.30 am on July 7th her friend Michaela received a cryptic text message: ‘Bakerloo line screwed arse.’ That was the last anyone ever heard of her. That message had to have been made at Paddington station.
Was Jenny seeking an alternative route because the Bakerloo line was not working? There were indeed line closures and disruptions on the Piccadilly and Northern lines – but, nobody has as yet suggested that the Bakerloo line was also disrupted that morning, before the blasts (see Appendix 4 of my book). An Inquest into the cause of death of Jenny might want to look into this.
A slightly different version of Jenny’s last message was reported in The Guardian, whereby ‘Her last known phone call was placed to her father, Gregg, from Paddington station, minutes before the bombing.’
Body parts to Bosnia
He showed me a diagram explaining where Jenny’s body was found in relation to the whole carriage and to the suicide bomber.
He confirmed four hundred body parts had been recovered and sent to a specialised laboratory in Bosnia for ID, which could take several weeks.
I asked if there were photographs of the carriage and of Jenny’s body.
He said there were.’”
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