#1807: Marine Links Mama Shabab Script-Kiddie SPIT to MI-3 Twin City Mogadishu Bombs
Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Mama Shabab’s script kiddies fitted with Serco’s Prisoner Innholder Tags (SPIT) to Wi-Fi contract hits where MI-3 Livery Companies allegedly relayed trigger signals via the Twin City Aloft Hotel and Mogadishu Jazeera Palace Hotel for a New Year’s Day bombing campaign, fraudulently attributed to former Toronto resident Fadumo Jama, den mother of al Shabab.
McConnell claims that Serco and Lord Thurso MP, former master of the MI-3 Innholders Livery Company, are using Nortel’s Joint Automated Booking System (‘JABS’) to embed tagged script kiddies in news, triage or firefighter teams to take control of various “Wag the Dog” stories from prison or hotel-based crime scenes.
Noting that script kiddies often die soon after relaying a signal via the Serco tags, McConnell may title his next book: “Serco’s Innholders – Lord Thurso’s List,” as it appears the 1963 movie “The List of Adrian Messenger” may have been the template for these ongoing murders.
McConnell notes that Serco (formerly RCA GB 1928) and the MI-3 Innholders used Bermuda’s Fairmont Hamilton Princess as a honeypot hotel during WWII and while the Internet term script kiddie is new, the profiles of triaged victims and black-hat and white-hat hackers are unchanged:
Royal Hawaiian Hotel and the triage of Pearl Harbor
Lawrence Hotel and the triage of JFK
Hôtel des Mille Collines and the triage of Tutsis during the Rwanda Genocide
Hôtel Ritz Paris and the triage of Princess Di
Marriott World Trade Center and the triage of guests of The 9/11 Hotel Sheraton Pentagon City Hotel and the 9/11 triage on the Pentagon Lawn
Edgeware Road Hilton Hotel and the 7/7 triage of Mohammad Sidique Khan
Abbott Gardens Hotel, Pakistan and the triage of Osama bin Laden
Hotel Inter-Continental Kabul and the triage of Seal Team 6
Charlesmark Hotel and the triage at the Boston Marathon
Tibesti Hotel and the 9/11/2012 triage of Ambassador Stevens in Benghazi Residence Inn (Marriott) and the triage of Aaron Alexis in the Navy Yard
Holiday Inn Glasgow and the triage of police helicopter crash on Clutha pub
Regent Grand Hotel Bordeaux and the triage of Kok Lam’s Brilliant helicopter
Twin Cities Aloft and Jazeera Palace Hotel and the triage in the Michelangelo Towers!
MI-3B = Livery Company patent-pool supply-chain users of Privy Purse and Forfeiture Fund
Marcy (Forfeiture Fund – KPMG Small Business Loan Auction – Con Air Medical JABS)
+ Inkster (Privy Purse – KPMG tax shelter – RCMP Wandering Persons – Loss Adjuster fraud)
+ Interpol (Berlin ‘41-‘45 – Operation Paperclip Foreign Fugitive – William Higgitt – Entrust)
+ Intrepid (William Stephenson – GAPAN, Mariners patent pools – Wild Bill Pearl Harbor 9/11)
+Baginski (Serco Information Technologists Skynet sodomite mesh, KPMG Consulting Tillman)
MI-3 = Marine Interruption Intelligence and Investigation unit set up in 1987 to destroy above
McConnell’s Book 12 www.abeldanger.net shows agents in his Marine Interruption, Intelligence and Investigations (MI-3) group mingling in various OODA exit modes with agents of the Marcy Inkster Interpol Intrepid (MI-3) Livery protection racket based at Skinners’ Hall, Dowgate Hill.
#1806: Marine Links Serco’s al-Shabab Script-Kiddie Tags to MI-3 Twin City Bombs, Thurso List Aloft
#1764: Marine Links Serco Skynet to MI-3 Innholders Starwood and Clinton Day-Late Pentagon Bomb
Vicious Serco? UK public service company entwined in major fraud scandal
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[Serco’s] International Fire Training Centre & Manchester Airport Group Partnership Launch
ADMS-COMMAND: Advanced Disaster Management Simulator
“Meet the Canadian woman who runs a safe house for Al Qaeda suicide bombers
Intelligence agencies allege the woman runs a safe house in Somalia for Western fighters recruited into Al Shabab, the militant Islamic organization.
By: Michelle Shephard National Security Reporter, Published on Thu Jul 12 2012
NAIROBI—A Canadian woman at the centre of Somalia’s Al Qaeda is known among the intelligence agencies that track her and the foreign militants who praise her simply as “Mama Shabab.”
It is an honorific title for former Toronto resident Fadumo Jama, who intelligence agencies allege is the den mother of al Shabab who runs a safe house for Western fighters recruited into the militant Islamic organization.
Read more: Documents found on Shabab leader detail chilling plans
While she moves frequently, using forged passports from African countries, it is believed she has operated a home in the Somali town of Merca for at least four years and has supported American and European recruits in the weeks before their suicide bombing missions.
Jama is a well-known figure to intelligence agencies in the U.S., Canada, the U.K. and Somalia, yet her name does not appear in any public documents and she has not been charged.
But a Toronto Star investigation based on interviews with security, intelligence and law enforcement officials, in addition to leaders in the Somali diaspora here and abroad, reveal a portrait of a female leader vital to the organization.
Her role facilitating Western recruits exemplifies the increasing importance of women to the Shabab — although her position of authority is rare, as most females are recruited only as wives for the fighters or suicide bombers.
Canadian Security Intelligence Service director Richard Fadden told a Senate committee earlier this year that this was an emerging trend.
“(There is) increasing potential for more women in Canada to become radicalized as injunctions against female participation in violent jihad have begun to disappear from extremist websites,” he said.
Two young Toronto women raised in Canada after their parents fled Somalia when the government collapsed two decades ago were among those reportedly lured into the group last year, defying their families and flying to Kenya’s capital before crossing the border.
The whereabouts of one of the women is unknown although it is believed her relatives in Somalia managed to intercept her.
But relatives and friends of Asli Nur, a promising University of Toronto student in her early 20s who left in January 2011, are worried about reports that she has adopted the group’s hardline doctrine.
After leaving Canada, Nur, once an international relations student who aspired to work in the humanitarian sector, posted strident messages under the name Umm Mohammed on her Facebook page, which has since been deactivated.
According to one official with knowledge of the case, she taught English to Shabab members when she first arrived and married one of the foreign fighters who goes by the name Dawood al Marroci, David the Moroccan.
A few months ago, the pair was separated when Nur’s husband crossed the Gulf of Aden for Yemen — a popular route now as fleeing Shabab members leave strongholds in the port town of Kismayo or Puntland’s Galgala Mountains for Yemen’s Abyan province, to join forces with Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.
Nur is believed to have suffered a miscarriage and is recuperating in Somalia. There is no evidence she has participated in any Shabab terrorist activities and is seen by many in the Somali community as a Shabab victim, rather than a member.
Her devastated family declined to be interviewed, as did friends reached by the Star.
Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, known by his nickname “Farmajo,” is Nur’s uncle by marriage and Somalia’s former prime minister.
“It was shocking. Nobody thought that something like that could happen,” he said during an interview in Nairobi. “She’s one of many children that has been lured.”
Farmajo was popular in Mogadishu for his efforts against the Shabab and his support for Somalia’s forces. When he was pushed out of power during a political dispute in June 2011, Somalis protested in the streets. He described watching one of his own relatives succumb to the group’s influence as “heartbreaking.”
It is not known whether Nur had any contact with Mama Shabab, and few in Toronto’s Somali community want to talk about the Canadian recruits.
As one Somali leader said, “The community feels victimized twice — first by the Shabab and then by the security services and journalists who come later.”
It is true that far more Somalia-born Canadians and their children — some of whom have never seen their parents’ homeland — are returning to help rebuild the country through business, politics or humanitarian aid, not to join the fledgling Shabab.
But with their valuable passports and their seeming willingness to die fighting, the Western recruits have intelligence agencies worried — and they keep Mama Shabab on the radar.
“She is very important, as everybody went to her safe house,” one security official, who has collected reports on Jama for years, told the Star on the condition he not be identified. “At least nine of the Americans, including Jehad Mostafa, went through there.”
Mostafa is the 6’1” California university student originally from Wisconsin, indicted in the U.S. for his involvement with the Shabab.
Another reported guest of Jama’s home was a 23-year-old recruit from Denmark, who blew himself up in 2009 at Mogadishu’s Shamo Hotel. The bombing was one of Somalia’s most devastating attacks, taking place during a graduation ceremony for medical students. Among the 25 dead and more than 60 injured were medical students, three government ministers, doctors and journalists.
Getting information on Jama’s life in Toronto is more difficult. The Star was unable to reach her ex-husband or her estranged sons. It is believed she left Canada years ago but has many relatives from her minority Shekal clan in Toronto.
While Western recruits continue to join the Shabab — most estimates claim 20 to 60 have gone from Canada, including some this year — the group is believed to be at its weakest now.
It has lost much of its popularity inside Somalia, blamed in part for last year’s famine and for suicide bombings with high civilian tolls.
A 10-month offensive by African Union forces from Kenya, Uganda and Burundi, along with Somali soldiers and forces from Ethiopia, has pushed the remaining Shabab members to only a few towns.
But that stark reality on the ground is not reflected online.
“A youth in Birmingham or Edmonton or Phoenix, whose only access is propaganda and Google, maybe he doesn’t even speak Somali, thinks Somalia’s war is Muslims fighting non-Muslims,” said.
International Crisis Group analyst Abdirashid Hashi, a Canadian who grew up in Toronto.
“But even the Shabab knows its 15 minutes of fame is over.”
The fear, however, is that the Shabab will manage to gain strength through the weakness of
Somalia’s notoriously corrupt system. Simply put, many young Somalis have turned to the Shabab in the past for protection, or as an alternative to warlords or thieving politicians.
Which is why all eyes are on next month’s Somali election, which will end the unpopular UN-backed transitional government that has limped on since 2004.
“What feeds them is people,” Farmajo, who plans to run in the election, says about the Shabab. “If we win the hearts and the minds, they will be isolated.”
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“G4S and Serco lose tagging contracts after overcharging scandal
Private security giants G4S and Serco have been stripped of all responsibilities for electronically tagging criminals in the wake of allegations that the firms overcharged taxpayers.
Monitoring contracts will be handed over to rival Capita on an interim basis at the end of the financial year.
Capita is bidding to win the contracts permanently.
Other bidders include Buddi, Astrium and Spanish telecommunications giant Telefonica. Permanent contracts for GPS tagging are expected to be awarded next year.
“We have signed a contract with Capita to take over the management of the existing electronic monitoring services on an interim basis,” said Justice Secretary Chris Grayling in a statement.
“This will mean that management of these services, which are now operated by G4S and Serco, will transition to Capita by the end of the current financial year.”
Capita will continue to use equipment from Serco and G4S.
Both companies withdrew from competition for future tagging contracts, which were due to expire at the end of March.
“Under these arrangements, Capita will be using the systems and equipment of G4S and Serco, but the two companies will no longer have a direct role in delivering the service on the ground.”
G4S and Serco are currently being investigated by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) after an audit by PricewaterhouseCoopers suggested that both firms overcharged taxpayers for tagging criminals who were dead, in jail or overseas.
The Ministry of Justice revealed that the government was overcharged “tens of millions of pounds” in botched contracts stretching back to 2005.
G4S has apologised for overcharging taxpayers and offered to repay £24 million as Chief Executive Ashley Almanza admitted that the company failed to “tell the difference between right and wrong”.
The Ministry of Justice rejected the offer.”
“[Serco] IFTC makes major investment in the new Advanced Disaster Management Simulator.
19 Dec 2013
The International Fire Training Centre (IFTC), one of the world’s leading fire training centres based at Durham Tees Valley airport, has invested £200,000 in a state-of-the-art Advanced Disaster Management Simulator (ADMS).
The Command and Control system is designed for use by airports, industrial centres and port authorities and provides a realistic, interactive and dynamic virtual reality simulator with built-in artificial intelligence and physics-based effects.
ADMS bridges the gap between classroom and live exercises and enables delegates to gain necessary insight and skills to handle any type of fire emergency. High-fidelity simulation of the incident situation and emergency response services gives a real world feel and is an effective way to put teams through their paces and teach, assess, practice and rehearse various organisational roles in incident management.
The cutting-edge technology allows users to operate and train in multiple concurrent scenarios and is particularly suited to training exercises where situations escalate and require several levels of command and control, such as an aircraft landing with a severely overheated undercarriage. The scenario would then evolve into an ignition of the undercarriage system and wheel assembly whilst passengers disembark the aircraft. The incident would further deteriorate into a fully involved aircraft accident with external and internal fire situations, this would then require sectorisation and a greater level of control from the Incident Commander. The arrival of various external emergency services will necessitate resource management and the eventual handing over of the command role.
IFTC, which is owned by international service company Serco, is already a market leader in the provision of aviation fire training and the new investment will complement its extensively-equipped fire ground at Durham Tees Valley airport that attracts delegates from around the world.
IFTC’s Director of Training, Dennis Perkins, commented:
“Our clients in the fire and rescue sector are the ones on the front line so they know that training should never be about ticking boxes. IFTC is known to have one of the best fire grounds of its kind anywhere in the world. By investing in the new ADMS system, we now have the versatile and relevant technology to provide a whole new dimension to the learning they will get here.”
ENDS – See more at: http://www.iftcentre.com/about-us/news/the-international-fire-training-centre-makes-major/#sthash.eYI8ySFx.dpuf”
“About Us Welcome to the International Fire Training Centre (IFTC). We are part of the globally respected services company, Serco.
International Fire Training Centre is the leading aviation fire training centre in the world. Since 1981 it has been located at Durham Tees Valley Airport in the North East of England in what was once a historic Royal Air Force base. During the Second World War it was home to a detachment from the Royal Canadian Air Force flying Lancaster bombers.
The centre is situated in the countryside between Middlesbrough and Darlington both of which are only a few miles away and the city of Newcastle lies 30 minutes away by train.
IFTC trained firefighters are the best in the world. As a graduate of our internationally renowned training centre you will become an elite firefighter of the highest calibre armed with the skills, knowledge and instincts necessary to deal with extreme emergencies at any location in any country.
The training we provide is thorough and rigorous and we set stringent and demanding standards. We have been training new and experienced firefighters from across the globe for decades and our facilities are second to none.
Extensive Dedicated Facilities
We have: a 20 acre dedicated training site with world class simulators and the largest confined space rigs in the UK. fully equipped classrooms with laboratory equipment to teach firefighting theory. A virtual reality [script-kiddie] suite to test decision making under pressure in real time.
Our training is designed for those working in the aviation, marine, industrial and offshore sectors. We offer hands on, totally authentic ‘real life’ emergency scenarios including hot fire and black smoke situations. Dealing with chemical spills, confined space situations and casualty recovery are also included.
We train both dedicated firefighters and those whose duties include dealing with fires and other emergency situations. Our trainers are firefighting professionals with extensive hands on experience across all sectors including military, civil and industrial.
Certified and Accredited
All our courses are certified and accredited to meet international requirements including CAA, ICAO, OPITO, JOIFF and STCW offering you absolute peace of mind. Alternatively we can arrange internationally recognised bespoke courses to meet your particular needs. A number of our courses are also certificated and accredited within the UK with standards including BTEC, City & Guilds and PTLLS. See more at: http://www.iftcentre.com/about-us/#sthash.MA7PZp4M.dpuf”