Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked the business-interruption fraud (cf. Y2K) practices of the MI-3 Insurers’ Livery Company to the ‘Ship Jumper’ apprenticeship served by David Cameron in Hong Kong in 1985 and his agents’ alleged use of Black Cat incendiary bombs in the spoliation of evidence of MI-3 Livery Company frauds at the Westgate Mall in Nairobi.
MI-3 = Livery Company supply-chain and patent-pool protection racket with Privy Purse Forfeiture Fund
Marcy (Forfeiture Fund – KPMG Small Business Auction – Liquidation – Prisoner 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 Interruption Intelligence and Investigation unit set up in 1987 to destroy above
McConnell notes that in Book 12 at www.abeldanger.net, agents deployed by his Marine Interruption, 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.
#1705: Marine Links Sister’s MI-3 Insurers Keys to Guppy White Widow passports, Jarrett FCI Westgate Mall
David Cameron: Kenya mall attack ‘sickening and despicable’
MI-3 Insurers’ Hall is shared with Firefighters!
Black Cat bombs in Westfield Mall!
“Peace and Freedom .. Nairobi’s Westgate Mall “Collapsed” After Kenya’s Army Used Explosives, Critics Charge
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Kenya’s military caused the massive collapse of three floors of Nairobi’s Westgate Mall during the terrorist siege in which at least 67 people died, a top-ranking government official told The Associated Press.When asked Friday if military action against the hostage-takers caused the collapse, the official answered: “Yes.” The official also confirmed that Kenyan troops fired rocket-propelled grenades inside the mall, but would not say what was used to cause the collapse. The official insisted on anonymity because he was sharing sensitive intelligence information that has not been publicly released.
The top official’s confirmation backs up information given to AP by another official on Wednesday, who said soldiers were responsible for the collapse which created a gaping hole in the mall’s roof. That official said fired RPGs caused the collapse.
Four huge explosions rocked the mall Monday followed by dark smoke pouring from the shopping center, the likely time that the floors collapsed. The government has not publicly explained what caused the floors to collapse. One official earlier suggested it was caused by a mattress fire inside the Nakumatt department store.
It is believed the collapse of the floors helped to bring an end to the four-day siege at the mall, but it may have killed hostages still inside.
The official who spoke on Friday said autopsies on bodies under the rubble will show if those people were killed by the building collapse or had been slain earlier by the terrorists. The official said bodies are expected to be found after excavation of the roof collapse begins.
Investigators have recovered a vehicle believed to have been used by the terrorists who led the attack at the mall, a top Kenyan government official said Friday.
They are also building the profile of a man who warned a pregnant woman at the mall to flee for her own safety moments before Saturday’s attack, he said.
Investigators are tracing the car’s ownership after it was retrieved outside the mall, the official said on condition of anonymity because he was not allowed to reveal such details while the investigation is ongoing. Investigators are looking at more vehicles that may have been used by the attackers, he said, but gave no more details.
An Associated Press reporter saw a group of Kenyan and foreign investigators inspecting a silver car parked about 20 meters (yards) from the mall’s main entrance on Thursday afternoon. The car’s trunk was open as the investigators took pictures and notes, but it was impossible to determine what exactly they were seeing.
Kenyan police have given little information since the attack that shocked this East African nation, saying the investigation has only just begun into the storming of the mall on Saturday by Islamic militants throwing grenades and shooting assault rifles.
It will take investigators at least seven days to comb through the rubble of the mall, where some bodies are believed to be buried, Joseph Ole Lenku, Kenya’s interior minister said Wednesday.
The al-Qaida-linked Somali Islamic extremist rebel group al-Shabab has claimed responsibility for the attack, saying Kenya is a legitimate target because it has sent its troops into Somalia to fight the militants.
FBI agents —along with investigators from Britain, Canada and Germany —have been dispatched to investigate the crime scene. There have been no details on what the international team has found so far in the bullet-scarred, scorched mall.
It is possible that some of the attackers escaped during the mass evacuation of civilians from the mall in Nairobi’s Westlands neighborhood, the high-ranking Kenyan official told AP Friday.
Kenyan authorities have since increased surveillance at border crossings and at the Nairobi airport, he said. No bodies have been retrieved from under the rubble since Kenya’s military secured the building on Tuesday, he said, adding that police are also investigating if the attackers stored ammunition inside the mall hours or even days before the attack.
The Kenyan Red Cross says 61 people remain missing and many worry their bodies may be buried in the destroyed part of the mall — though the government has insisted few victims are believed to still be inside.
The government says at least 67 people were killed in the assault by 12 to 15 al-Shabab militants, including 61 civilians and six security forces. Five militants also were killed, but questions remained about the fate of the remaining attackers and fears persisted that some had managed to escape.
Associated Press reporter Ben Curtis in Nairobi contributed to this report.”
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“The PM’s trip to China reminds Guido that he has a little factoid that he hasn’t seen anywhere else, namely that during Dave’s 1985 gap year he worked for Jardine Matheson, before going up to Oxford. Young Cameron worked for three months in Hong Kong as a ‘ship jumper’ for Jardine Shipping Agencies. Dave was responsible for attending to ships when they called at Hong Kong. His tasks ranged from taking care of all the formalities with the customs and immigration authorities, to looking after travel and personal arrangements for crew members. Did his time in Hong Kong teach him to work hard and invest wisely – or did it encourage him to squander his salary in the bars of Wan Chai?”
“Opportunistic Y2K Fraud [Attempted by SBA Chief Operating Officer Kristine Marcy and Bruce McConnell with Ahmed Ressam on Foreign Fugitive File] Opportunistic insurance fraud can take on two different forms. One type is a claim made after a genuine “occurrence” or “loss” which, assuming the peril is otherwise covered, triggers coverage. The opportunist will give exaggerated values in the preparation of proofs of loss of property loss and business interruption, or might be guilty of malingering in disability or automobile insurance claims. In the other type of case, the insured is aware of a likely or inevitable loss which he chooses not to prevent because he will be better off by claiming compensation. Replacement value clauses might cause an insured to be hopeful that an item of property or equipment might be stolen or damaged. Both are forms of “moral hazard”, viz. how insurance encourages people to incur losses, and one might encounter them either together or separately.
Exaggeration of business interruption is largely a conventional problem for the claims adjuster. Typical claims of this nature increase when the fortuitous damages are suffered during a downturn in the business cycle. A claim arising out of physical loss attributable to a Millennium Bug equipment failure could come under special scrutiny if, in the circumstances, there is a conspicuous absence or inadequacy of specific contingency planning for this event, as distinct from the traditional systems in place for contingency planning.”
He was convicted in 2001 of planning to bomb the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) on New Year’s Eve 1999, as part of the foiled 2000 millennium attack plots. He was initially sentenced to 22 years in prison, after cooperating with the government in testifying about al-Qaeda and associated terrorist networks. In February 2010 an appellate court held his sentence to be too lenient, and ordered that it be extended.In October 2012, he was re-sentenced to 37 years imprisonment. He is serving time at ADX Florence in Colorado.
Ressam entered Canada on February 20, 1994, using a fake, illegally altered French passport in the name of “Anjer Tahar Medjadi”. When immigration officials at the Montréal-Mirabel International Airportarrested him and confronted him about the altered passport, he divulged his real name and applied forrefugee status. In his effort to obtain political asylum, he told the Canadian authorities a false story about having been subjected to Algerian abuse and torture. He was released pending a hearing, and approved for up to three years of welfare benefits. His application for refugee status was denied on June 6, 1995, and his appeal was denied.
On May 4, 1998, a warrant was issued for his arrest by Citizenship and Immigration Canada. At the time the warrant was issued, Ressam was in Afghanistan, attending a terrorist training camp. He evaded deportation thereafter by using a Canadian passport he had obtained in March 1998 by submitting a baptismal certificate; he used a stolen blank certificate, filling it in with the fake name, “Benni Antoine Noris.”
He supported himself by theft (stealing tourists’ suitcases at hotels, pickpocketing, and shoplifting), and through welfare benefits of C$500 per month.He was arrested four times, but never jailed. By 1999, Ressam had a Canadian criminal history for theft under C$5,000, an outstanding Canada-wide immigration arrest warrant, and a British Columbia-wide arrest warrant for theft under C$5,000.
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