Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Bilderberg agents in the MI-3 Innholders Livery Company to a hit list allegedly proposed by the late Philip “Pathfinder” Gould, Tony Blair’s delegate to the Bilderberg conference at Hilton’s Trianon Palace Hotel, Versailles, on May 15-18, 2003, and the Serco RFID chip allegedly slit from the wrist of Dr. David Kelly’s corpse and the Serco GPS tracking device allegedly removed from the ‘Virgin Atlantic’, Velcro pouch attached to the belt around the body found at the Harrowdown Hill crime scene on July 17, 2003.
McConnell invites fellow sleuths to Google key words, read excerpts below and check for Chapter 1 of “The List of Thurso Innholders – The Wrist That Didn’t Bleed” — out soon at http://www.abeldanger.net/
#1814: Marine Links MI-3 Innholder Thurso List To Serco Fallowfield Chip, Kelly Bloodless Wrist
Dr David Kelly: The damning new evidence that points to a cover-up by Tony Blair’s government
“DR NICHOLAS HUNT
THIS IS A CONFIDENTIAL REPORT TO THE CORONER AND SHOULD NOT BE DISCLOSED TO A THIRD PARTY WITHOUT HIS PERMISSION
FINAL POST MORTEM REPORT
25th July 2003
Dr David Christopher KELLY
date of birth: 14.05.44
At approximately mid-day on the 18th July 2003, at the request of Thames Valley Police, I attended the scene of a suspicious death near Longworth, Oxfordshire.
I was logged into the outer cordon of the scene at 12.00 hrs.
I approached the inner cordon via a farm track and field. I was logged into this cordon at 12 04 hrs by PC [CENSORED]
On arrival I was met by DI Ashleigh Smith, Acting Principal SOCO, Mark Schollar and Senior SOCO, John Sharpley [NFS]
At this stage I was given brief background information by Mr Schollar, these being that the deceased was believed to be Dr David Christopher Kelly, date of birth 14.5.44.
I understand that the deceased, a Ministry of Defence adviser, had been reported missing by relatives. He was apparently seen heading for a walk at approximately 15.00 hrs on the 17th July 2003. He was subsequently seen at 15.30 hrs walking northwards. That, I understand, was the last known sighting of him (at this stage).
I understand that he was reported missing sometime between 23,00 hrs and midnight [NFS]
At approximately 09.15 hrs on the morning of the 18th July 2003, a body was discovered the relevant location by a search team.
Paramedics attended and on the basis of their examination declared that life was extinct at 10.07 hrs.
Scene Video Prior to entering the scene itself I was shown a digital scene video by SOCO [CENSORED] This shows the entrance and the common approach pathway and then the body of the deceased, a middle-aged male, lying fully clothed on his back [NFS]
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Shown on the ground next to him was a knife and a wristwatch.
There was bloodstaining visible over the left arm.
Fact of Death Having met with the Senior Investigating Officer, DCI Young, I then proceeded to examine the body itself for the purposes of verifying the fact of his death.
The fact of death was confirmed at 12.35 hrs.
There then followed a period of time during which a fingertip search was conducted of the common approach pathway and the arrival of the forensic biologist was awaited [NFS]
At 14 10 hrs I was logged back into the inner cordon by DC [CENSORED] in the company of Roy Green, [CENSORED] and John Sharpley.
By the time I returned to the immediate scene a scene tent had been erected over the deceased.
The body was that of a middle-aged, Caucasian man appearing the stated age. He was lying on his back with his head towards his left shoulder. His left, upper arm was in a line with the shoulder, with his elbow flexed, and his left hand pointing down towards his feet. His right upper arm lay at his side with the right elbow flexed and the right fist clenched over the right chest area. His legs were extended out before him with the left hip externally rotated. The right hip was slightly internally rotated.
A green ‘Barbour’ waxed jacket, which was undone at the zip and the buttons at the front. A mobile telephone, pair of bi-focal spectacles, a key-fob and a total of 3 blister packs of co-proxamol (10 packs) were found in the bellows pocket on the front right panel of the jacket. Only one co-proxamol tablet remained in its blister pack.
A blue, grey and white-striped shirt, the upper four buttons of which were undone. The shirt had been left slightly open to expose the upper chest area and an ECG electrode pad was visible over the left, upper chest.
A pair of blue denim jeans, the zip of which was done up. The left leg of the jeans was pulled up to approximately mid-calf level The right leg was pulled up to just above the ankle [NFS]
A brown leather belt with a white metal buckle which was done up at the waist. On be brown leather belt, over the right hip area, was a ‘Virgin Atlantic’, Velcro closed pouch. The Velcro was done up although the pouch flap was at something of an angle [NFS]
A pair of beige socks [NFS]
A pair of walking-type boots, brown leather, with the laces done up in double bows [NFS]
The body was undressed at the scene and relevant tapings and swabs obtained [NFS*]”
“2003 Agenda — from Bilderberg Press Release .. “The conference will deal mainly with European-American relations and in this context Iraq, The Middle East after Terrorism, Non-Proliferation, The European Convention, Economic Problems.” (rest of ‘press release’ much like previous years but no participant list yet)
2003 Participant list … [Irrelevant names deleted by AD]
Versailles, France, 15-18th May 2003
GB – Balls, Edward – Chief Economic Advisor to the Treasury
CDN – Black, Conrad M. – Chairman, Telegraph Group Limited
INT – Cary, Anthony J. – Head of Christopher Patten’s cabinet, EU. [Patten is European Commissioner for Enlargement]
F – Castries, Henri de – Chairman of the Board, AXA
B – Claes, Willy – Minister of State [Willy Claes is not now a Belgian Minister but former Belgian Foreign Minister and former Secretary General of NATO 1994-1995 – now disgraced – TG]
USA – Collins, Timothy C. – Senior Managing Director and CEO, Ripplewood Holdings LLC
F – Collomb, Bertrand – Chairman and CEO, Lafarge
F – Copé, Jean-François – Secretary of State in charge of relations with Parliament; Government Spokesman
USA – Corzine, Jon S. – Senator (D, New Jersey)
USA – Donilon, Thomas E. – Executive Vice President, Fannie Mae
USA – Friedman, Thomas L. – Foreign Affairs Columnist, The New York Times
GB – Gould, Philip – Public Relations Adviser to Prime Minister Blair
CDN – Harper, Stephen – Leader of the Opposition
GB – King, Mervyn A. – Deputy Governor, Bank of England
CDN – MacMillan, Margaret O. – Provost, Trinity College, University of Toronto
B – Philippe, H.R.H. Prince – Crown Prince of Belgium
USA – Ruggie, John – Director, Center for Business and Government, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
CDN – Steyn, Mark – Journalist for various publications
GB – Williams, Gareth – Leader of the House of Lords
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