Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Barack Obama’s use of the Sidley Unusual Collateral Key (‘SUCK’) – a device procured from the Entrust PKI patent-pool – to WTC and Westgate business interruption frauds by the MI-3 Insurers Livery Company.
MI-3 = Supply-chain protection racket operated with Livery Company Forfeiture Funds and the Queen’s Privy Purse patent pool
Marcy (Forfeiture Fund – KPMG Small Business Auction – Liquidation – Prison Medical Services – JABS)
+ Inkster (Queen’s Privy Purse – KPMG tax shelter – RCMP Wandering Persons Registry – Escrow fraud)
+ Interpol (Berlin 1942-1945 – Operation Paperclip into Foreign Fugitive File – William Higgitt – Entrust)
+ Intrepid (William Stephenson – GAPAN patent pool – MitM Pearl Harbor attack – Kanada Kommando)
MI-3 = Marine Insertion Intelligence and Investigation unit set up in 1987 to destroy above
McConnell notes that in Book 12 published at www.abeldanger.net, agents deployed by his Marine Insertion, Intelligence and Investigations (MI-3) group are mingling in various OODA modes with agents of the Marcy Inkster Interpol Intrepid (MI-3) protection racket based at Skinners’ Hall, Dowgate Hill.
#1702: Marine Links MI-3 Obama to Business Insured Continuity Fraud, Baroness’s World Traders Westgate Mall
“Fake IDs [Allegedly procured by MI-3 through Obama’s Sidley Unusual Collateral Key (‘SUCK’)]?
The BBC investigation has revealed how the Westgate gunmen were able to plan and carry out the siege, and how security breaches allegedly fuelled by corruption made it an attack waiting to happen.
To rent a shop, the militants would have needed fake IDs supplied by corrupt government officials.
The BBC has also confirmed more details about how they executed their attack.
Two vehicles dropped the Islamist extremists off outside before they forced their way into the mall, sources say.
They are also believed to have set up a base using a ventilation shaft as a hiding place, on the first floor.
Security sources have also confirmed a change of tack by the militants late on Saturday
They rolled out heavy calibre machine-guns, exploiting the moment when control of the security operation switched from the police to the military.
There are reports that this switchover was fraught with confusion.”
“Business Daily … Westgate insurer faces Sh6.6 billion compensation bill .. October 3, 2013
… London-based insurer, the Lloyd’s market topped the list of big losers as Nairobi counted its losses in the wake of a deadly terrorist attack that claimed at least 67 lives and left dozens missing.
More than 50 businesses that operated in the shopping complex, including Nakumatt Supermarkets, Barclays Bank, restaurants, jewellery and clothes shops, with goods worth billions of shillings, are also facing huge losses whose extent is yet to be determined.
The more than 500 people who worked in the shopping mall have been left jobless and the announcement that three of the building’s floors had caved in during the three-day battle with the terrorists means it will take months for the businesses to get back into operation.
It has since emerged that Sony Holding Limited, a real estate company led by Alex Tachenberg, insured Westgate Shopping Mall through UK’s Lloyd’s market for about Sh6.6 billion.
The Lloyd’s market is a unique insurance provider with an internationally recognised brand whose business is underwritten by nearly 90 insurers who accept risk on a shared and competitive basis.
The insurance deal included a cover against political violence where acts of terrorism fall. Mr Tachenberg declined to comment on the matter.
Robert George, the Corporate Intelligence Manager at London-based Chaucer Syndicate Limited — the lead firm in the syndicate that insured Westgate — confirmed the contract. He, however, declined to discuss details of the deal, including who, if any, were its Kenyan partners and what is covered in the package [He does not want to expose Obama’s SUCK device and the MI-3 Insurers interruption fraud].
“I can confirm that we (Chaucer) did lead the insurance of the centre (Westgate) in Kenya,” said Mr George, on a telephone and mail interview from London.
“Company policy does not permit any further comment at this time,” he said.
The Times of India reported that the mall that was built by Indian construction magnate Lakshman Raghavani and was initially priced at Sh4.2 billion.
Knight Frank, an upmarket property valuer, told the Business Daily that the building could not be sold for less than Sh6.9 billion.
Westgate business owners, some of whom tragically lost staff in the incident, are now counting their losses in one of Nairobi’s most prime locations.
Many had by Wednesday no idea of how much stock they lost in the ensuing battle to rid the complex of the invaders — but were cancelling orders already made.
The clothes store Deacons Kenya had four outlets in the mall — Mr Price Home, Identity, Woolworths and Addidas.
“The four stores accounted for 15-20 per cent of our Kenyan business and, therefore, this is a big blow for us,” said Muchiri Wahome, the managing director, adding that all 40 workers in the stores survived the attack.
“The directors shall sit and map out the way forward when we get clear directions as to how structurally sound the building is. Westgate’s owners are continuously in touch with us but it is still too early to make a decision.”
Modeller at Chaucer Syndicates Ltd
Modeller at HSBC Insurance Brokers Ltd
Guy Rees’ Experience
Privately Held; 201-500 employees; Insurance industry
2008 – 2012 (4 years)
Public Company; 10,001+ employees; HBC; Financial Services industry
1997 – 2008 (11 years)”
“Prior to September 11, the mall had been leased to The Westfield Group by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, the owner of the complex. Westfield intended to rename the mall Westfield Shoppingtown World Trade Center, and embark on a major expansion and renovation program. Plans called for the addition of 200,000 square feet (19,000 m2) of new mall space and a few well-known sit-down restaurants. Conditions in the Mall on 9/11 A commonly reported story of eyewitnesses inside the mall at the moment in which the first plane (American Airlines Flight 11) struck the North Tower is of fireballs fed by flaming jet fuel shooting down the elevator shafts and bursting out at the lobby, many reaching as far as the mall itself. As stated in the 9/11 Commission Report, “The Port Authority’s on-site commanding police officer was standing in the concourse when a fireball exploded out of the North Tower lobby, causing him to dive for cover.””
“CONTACT 787 Seventh Avenue New York, NY 10019 +1.212.839.7324 email@example.com ISAAC S. GREANEY is a partner in the [Sidley Austin] firm’s New York litigation group. His practice involves the representation of financial institutions, corporations and officers and directors in disputes arising out of the issuance and underwriting of debt, equity and asset-backed securities, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, lender-debtor relationships, trademark infringement and a variety of other commercial and contractual relationships. He has represented clients at both the trial and appellate levels in federal court, New York state court and Delaware state court and in arbitrations, mediations and internal investigations. .. Representation of commercial mortgage lender in prosecuting lawsuits brought in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York and New York state court to enforce the terms of the commercial mortgage loan agreement and Ground Lease for 1 and 2 World Trade Center regarding the use of business interruption insurance proceeds.”
“Field McConnell at 2:17 PM October 02, 2013 Referring to the floor plan above, Wells Fargo has a much bigger problem that they are hoping does not get exposed. On the morning of 9/11 they were both Master Servicer of mortgages on WT1 and WT2 and they also were one of only two banks, the other being Citigroup, with access to the PKI rootkit key for the FBCA ( Federal Bridge Certification Authority ). They appear to have attached a phony, business interruption insurance contract to the mortgage property of the Westfield Shoppingtown World Trade Center retail mall under WTC Towers # 1, 2, 3 and 6. They appear to have based the demolition crews which “pulled” the buildings at one or more of the retail shops in the Westfield mall (cf. White Widow and Mama Shahab use of retail stores in the attack on the Westgate Mall in Nairobi) and used the WTC service elevators to place incendiary bombs for top-down demolitions. They profited billions, as did others, because they had FOREKNOWLEDGE and arbitraged insurance cover for the so-called “double-occurrence” attacks. Wells Fargo got their mortgage hand slapped by District Court Judge Rosemary M. Collyer, District of Columbia. She is also the Judge that dismissed Civil Case 1:08-1600 (RMC) which was dismissed in January, 2011 in a FRAUD AGAINST THE COURT. That Civil Case was centered on illegal modifications to Boeing airliners and drones in support of phony, business interruption insurance claims after pre-insured hulls had been crashed on 9/11. A good place to search for FBCA or Civil Case 1:08-1600 (RMC) is at a site titled abeldangerdottnett and note the spelling of first 4 letter word, Abel. The house of cards is set to fall regarding the two big banks that are on the FBCA along with UK Ministry of Defence. Field McConnell, firstname.lastname@example.org”
“The Worshipful Company of Insurers at the Livery’s Annual Banquet on Thursday 26th April 2012 in the magnificent Egyptian Hall, Mansion House
By kind permission of The Rt. Hon. The Lord Mayor of the City of London Alderman David Wootton
Champagne Reception, followed by Dinner, at 6.45pm for 7.30pm. Carriages 10.30pm
Evening Dress or Black Tie. Decorations. *Tickets £120 (inc. VAT)
*to include pre-dinner reception and all wines with the meal.
Application for Tickets
Please return this form to the Clerk by post, or by e-mailed PDF
The Worshipful Company of Insurers
Title First Name Initials Last Name Decorations
Please send me _________ tickets (£120 each inv. VAT) for the Livery’s Annual Banquet on 26th April
I will pay £ _________ by the following method
Cheque payable to The Worshipful Company of Insurers (enclosed)
Payment to HSBC, sort code 40-05-30, account no 61648292 (please ensure when you make this
online payment that you enter your surname as the reference.)”
“Business interruption insurance (also known as business income insurance) covers the loss of income that a business suffers after a disaster while its facility is either closed because of the disaster or in the process of being rebuilt after it. A property insurance policy only covers the physical damage to the business, while the additional coverage allotted by the business interruption policy covers the profits that would have been earned. This extra policy provision is applicable to all types of businesses, as it is designed to put a business in the same financial position it would have been in if no loss had occurred.
This type of coverage is not sold as a stand-alone policy, but can be added on to the business’ property insurance policy or comprehensive package policy such as a business owner’s policy (BOP). Since business interruption is included as part of the business’ primary policy, it only pays out if the cause of the loss is covered by the overarching policy.”
ISAAC S. GREANEY is a partner in the [Sidley Austin] firm’s New York litigation group. His practice involves the representation of financial institutions, corporations and officers and directors in disputes arising out of the issuance and underwriting of debt, equity and asset-backed securities, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, lender-debtor relationships, trademark infringement and a variety of other commercial and contractual relationships. He has represented clients at both the trial and appellate levels in federal court, New York state court and Delaware state court and in arbitrations, mediations and internal investigations.
Representation of commercial mortgage lender in prosecuting lawsuits brought in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York and New York state court to enforce the terms of the commercial mortgage loan agreement and Ground Lease for 1 and 2 World Trade Center regarding the use of business interruption insurance proceeds.”
“Most Oxford drinking clubs “meet up in someone’s room and drink themselves stupid,” explains Roger Waite, a student at Lincoln College. Even the Claret Club for ex-Etonians tends to focus on the consumption of alcohol. The Bullingdon is subtly different. For a start, it maintains an extraordinary secrecy: most undergraduates have no idea who is a member. New applicants have their rooms ritually trashed and are then required to organise one of the club’s infamous jaunts.
The routine is fairly predictable. Members, wearing tailcoats, go out for a meal at a location outside Oxford. They smash up the bottles and some of the surroundings, and then attempt to pay off the barman. Sometimes this works. Occasionally, as it seems happened at the White Hart pub in Fyfield in December last year, it doesn’t.
Fourteen members of the society booked a room in the pub under a false name, stating in advance that they would not be eating any pudding. Once their main course was served, the undergraduates began to brawl, throwing bottles and food at each other and smashing a window as staff forced them out through the fire exit.
One of those present was Alexander Fellowes, a nephew of Princess Diana. He told the Oxford Student the event was not a Bullingdon club meeting, though the paper says he admitted as much to the White Hart’s landlord.
Oxford Student magazine reported that the students were extremely polite to the serving staff and, as well as paying the bill in full, offered £500 in damages – £100 of which was accepted. Fellowes tipped the waitresses £200 each.
“Even when I pulled them off each other when they were fighting and chucking bottles at the walls, they would say ‘Sorry old chap, just a bit of high spirits’,” said the landlord, Ian Rogers.
Four of the diners were fined £80 for criminal damage and issued with a fixed penalty notice.
Waite says the damage to the pub was subsequently calculated at £492 – curiously, just short of the £500 which would have attracted a higher penalty. He adds that the police refused to release the names of the students who were fined.
The Bullingdon’s unusual spin on the concept of noblesse oblige occasionally extends to other kinds of violence. “I’ve heard that they will smash up a car in a car park and leave a cheque behind,” says Waite. The creative approach to destruction parodied by Evelyn Waugh in Decline and Fall – in the novel, members of the “Bollinger Club” bring a fox in a cage and stone it to death with champagne bottles – is nowadays lacking, as are the attacks on bookish fellow students. Nowadays, the Bullingdon is careful to pay its way out of trouble [and claim costs through bogus business interruption insurance] and stay well away from university premises.”
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