#1830: Marine Links MI-3 Sherlock Holmes List to Carlson Wagonlit Travel, Clinton Folded Spook
Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked a hit list apparently held for the MI-3 Innholders Livery Company at the Sherlock Holmes Park Plaza hotel in Marylebone Road, to a Carlson Wagonlit Travel triage services allegedly used to hide Hillary Clinton’s role in setting up a gay pride pedophile entrapment ring at the U.S. Department of Justice and — in re the snuff-film torture murder of Gareth Williams in August 2010 — ‘The Case of the Folded Spook’.
McConnell claims that Serco director Maureen Baginski equipped MI-3 Innholders and their Sherlock Holmes associates with PKI* onion-router patent-pool devices allegedly used by Clinton and Marilyn Carlson Nelson to pre-position triage teams so legitimate first responders could not secure the evidence needed to successfully prosecute the guilty.
PKI = Public Key Infrastructure developed by Nortel (Entrust) for Carlson Wagonlit Travel in Ottawa to camouflage movements of pre-positioned triage teams for mass casualty events.
McConnell also claims that the e-book ‘Sherlock Holmes And The Alderney Street Mystery’ (excerpt below) is an insider’s attempt (Winter Patriot) to warn the public of a pedophile entrapment ring operated by Clinton, Carlson and the MI-3 Innholders since at least 1978.
McConnell is happy to dedicate his Abel Danger research team to help Winter Patriot complete the task which he so bravely began with the first chapter of ‘SHATASM’ in 2011.
“These are the times that try men’s souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph.” –Thomas Paine, 1776”
McConnell invites key word Googlers to read excerpts below and emerging chapters of “The List of Thurso Innholders – The Wrist That Didn’t Bleed” at http://www.abeldanger.net/
#1829: Marine Links MI-3 Innholders List to Sherlock Holmes Onion Router Triage, Clinton Underground Bomb
#1563: Marine Links Gareth Williams Fort Meade PRISM to Amazon Gorelick Changeling President
Inside Gareth Williams’ flat”You See But You Do Not Observe [Clue question – What did Clinton do with the Nortel patent pool?]”
“Sherlock Holmes And The Alderney Street Mystery
In memory of Gareth Wyn Williams and with apologies to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, a work of factual fiction in progress, from Winter Patriot
Chapter 122: More Detail
Previous: Remarkably Stupid
Three weeks elapsed before we obtained any additional information about Gareth Williams. Once again our source was a London paper, but this time it was The Guardian, which ran a long and apparently well-researched piece by Cathy Scott-Clark and Adrian Levy called “Who was Gareth Williams?” As usual, Holmes found it before I did. I knew this because I found the paper folded open to the page, with a circle around the headline.
The piece began by talking about the family, and said that Ceri had raised the alarm after not being able to reach Gareth by phone.
Now she contacted the police; the security services were already concerned, as Gareth had failed to show for work. On 23 August, at 6.30pm, a uniformed officer was sent to Williams’s top-floor flat in a Georgian townhouse in Alderney Street, Pimlico. It was only a few hundred yards from the MI6 headquarters at Vauxhall, and was used by the Secret Intelligence Service as a safe house. A lettings agent who held a spare key showed the policeman in. He was asked to wait downstairs as the officer went up and entered the curtained rooms. The place was “spotless”: two iPhones, some sim cards and an Apple notebook sat on a table. Then he entered the bathroom, and found a holdall in the bathtub. Red liquid seeped from it. Inside was a body, in such a contorted position that he thought its “legs and arms had been cut off”. Radioing for assistance, the policeman noted that there were no signs a struggle. This was not a robbery or home invasion. It was a “neat job”, a euphemism for a professional kill.
Given his clearances and access to classified material, Williams’s death triggered alarm across Whitehall. MI5 agents swept through the Alderney Street flat, followed by detectives from the Homicide and Serious Crime Command, assisted by SO15, Scotland Yard’s Counter Terrorism Command. Alderney Street was cordoned off as Home Office scientists began processing the scene. Once the spooks had departed, it was down to the murder squad to study the evidence. So far, they had a body in an “advanced state of decay”. There was no weapon and no sign of forced entry or a struggle.
Concentrating on the holdall and its contents, detectives established that Williams had not been stabbed, shot or hacked to pieces. On August 25, Home Office pathologist Dr Ben Swift carried out a post-mortem that, together with the first batch of toxicological tests, came back “inconclusive”. “If we don’t know what to look for, and are not guided by what we see or smell on the body, we cannot find it,” says a forensic scientist who worked on the Litvinenko case. “We do 50 obvious poisons. Fifty rare. We can do the isotopes. Litvinenko alerted us to that. But in the absence of a specific direction, the possibilities are as limitless as a killer’s imagination… and we cannot test for that.”
There was more detail here than we had seen in one place, ever. I wondered how much of it could be true. It was all well and good for “the security services” to claim that they “were already concerned,” but why hadn’t they done anything on their own? How long would Gareth have remained missing if he hadn’t enjoyed such a close relationship with his sister?
And yet the description of the scene demanded attention.
What did it all mean? Scott-Clark and Levy continued:
Detectives set out their theories. One reading of the crime scene pointed to a forensically aware hit man. Slender 5ft 7in Gareth had been stuffed inside the near-airtight red North Face sports bag and placed in the bath, containing any spillage and minimising odours, too. The heating was on, increasing the rate of decomposition, which significantly lessened the chances of retrieving evidence from the corpse.
Or perhaps the body in the bag was evidence of a stage-managed “personal event”, masterminded by a controlling individual. Was this a suicide (with Williams acting on his own)? Or a sadistic or masochistic sexual act gone wrong (with Williams engaging in some kind of auto-erotic asphyxiation?). “If you can imagine it, then we are investigating it,” a detective said in late August. But what would shape police inquiries was the dawning realisation that Gareth Williams had not been alone.
Returning to the holdall, studying the zips and lock, police became certain that he could not have locked himself inside. And there was further proof that someone else must have been in the flat with him: his front door had been locked from the outside.
The piece went on to discuss Gareth’s life, from childhood to the “character assassination” that followed his death.
“Murdered MI6 worker Gareth Williams was a secret transvestite who may have been killed by a gay lover, detectives said yesterday… Cops found women’s clothing that would fit him at his Pimlico flat in central London.” The Sun ran with this version of events, while other newspapers, quoting similar unnamed sources, reported that cocaine had been found, a cache of gay pornography, a small armoury of S&M paraphernalia. Williams was also said to have frequently paid for male escorts.
Senior detectives angrily rebutted the stories. Uncle William in Anglesey thought they read like a concerted smear, and wondered why anyone would want to destroy Gareth’s reputation after he was dead.
Like most well-constructed character assassinations, however, this one was founded on a grain of fact that made it that much harder to quash. Detectives had been quietly investigating whether Gareth Williams was gay. They had canvassed witnesses in the Vauxhall Cross village of gay clubs and bars, a short walk from Alderney Street. They had also studied Williams’s computers and reading matter, his journals, magazines and computer cache. Despite outright denials from his family, detectives were privately certain that Gareth was gay, although they had been unable to find trace of any sexual encounters. They had also come to believe that his sexual orientation was not central to the inquiry (although his sexual preferences might be). There was no evidence of Williams paying for escorts, buying S&M equipment, using porn or drugs of any kind. “This man didn’t really even drink,” one frustrated detective said.
The police felt they were being hurried along by other parties, keen for the scandal to go away. “Someone, somewhere, who has access to case material, is saying, ‘He’s queer and asked for it’, rather than waiting for the outcome of the case,” one veteran detective said.
Even at a distance, it was obvious that someone was trying to avoid “waiting for the outcome of the case.” But once again I wondered how much of the other assertions could be true. It would be so much better to have a source inside the investigation.
Scott-Clark and Levy wrote that Gareth had worked for GCHQ, was with MI6 at the time of his death, and had also been working with the Americans at NSA. The article seemed to confirm our suspicion that Gareth had been involved with “foiling” the so-called “Liquid Bombers”:
Williams’s elevation within GCHQ came with the “Liquid Bomb” plot, where a group of British radicals of Asian origin were found to be planning to detonate home-made explosives on board seven flights to major north American cities. Intercepting emails and phone calls between these plotters and their contacts abroad, Williams flew between the UK and the US, working at Fort Meade (the NSA HQ, in Baltimore).
If, as it appeared, this were a case of murder, there would be no shortage of work-related suspects:
Williams was brought into close proximity to US intelligence, Islamic radicals and Middle Eastern agents. He would rub shoulders with the Russians, too, according to a foreign intelligence analyst based in the UK, who described how technology and software honed by GCHQ was deployed in tracking a Moscow-backed sleeper cell to which Britain had been alerted as early as 2003. The case blew up in June 2010 when 10 people were arrested in the US and accused of being part of an espionage ring. One of them, a glamorous 28-year-old called Anna Chapman, had lived for five years in the UK. According to the former GCHQ contractor, “Williams had been obsessed by the case, its methodology and characters.”
Rogue individuals and nation states, Islamist terror groups and radical loners, extortionists and organised criminals – these were just some of those Williams had observed, investigated, disrupted and provoked. Any one of them was capable of reciprocating, lethally.
I wondered how many of these potential enemies were capable of both “reciprocating lethally” and arranging a massive “character assassination.” It seemed to me that Scott-Clark and Levy had allowed this important question to slip through their fingers, and disappear without having been raised.
It occurred to me that this could have been deliberate, and I wondered how many other questions had been allowed to slip away without having been asked, let alone answered.
I wondered what else Holmes had seen in the article. I was certain there must have been at least a dozen pertinent details that I had missed. So I re-filled my pipe, sat back in my seat, and began to read the piece again.”
“Carlson Wagonlit Travel Marilyn Carlson Nelson
In her role as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Marilyn is responsible for the day to day operations of one of the largest privately held companies in the world.
Marilyn graduated with honors from Smith College with a degree in International Economics and a minor in Theater. She also attended the Sorbonne in Paris and the Institute Des Hautes Etudes Economiques Politiques in Geneva, Switzerland, where she studied political science and international economics.
Recognized as a worldwide business leader, Marilyn currently serves on the boards of Exxon Mobil Corporation and U S West. She is Millennium Chair of the Travel Industry Association of America, leading this important industry group into the new century. She also served on the board of First Bank System from 1978 to April 1997. She has been a member of the World Travel and Tourism Council and a member of the World Economic Forum since 1997. At the invitation of President Bill Clinton, she was a delegate to the White House Conference on Tourism in 1996.
Capitalizing on her international business expertise, Marilyn leads the management of a global business portfolio encompassing Carlson Companies’ major operating groups, specializing in Corporate Solutions and Consumer Services: Carlson Hospitality Worldwide (hotels, restaurants and cruise ships); Carlson Wagonlit Travel (business travel and leisure travel brand); Carlson Leisure Group (leisure travel agencies and tour operators); and Carlson Marketing Group (incentive and loyalty marketing).
Marilyn has always been devoted to community programs and has served as President of the United Way of Minneapolis, Board Member of United Way of America, Chair of New Sweden ’88, and leader of the Governor’s Task Force to bring the 1992 Super Bowl to Minnesota. Supporting the family’s strong Swedish heritage, Marilyn chaired the nine-month long “Scandinavia Today” celebration in the U.S.
During “Scandinavia Today,” the King of Sweden bestowed upon Marilyn the Royal Order of the North star, First Class, and the President of Finland presented her with the Order of the White Rose, Officer First Class.
Carlson Companies, Inc. was founded in 1938 as the Gold Bond Stamp Company.
Among the names in the Carlson family of brands and services are: Thomas Cook travel and financial services, Carlson Wagonlit Travel®, Regent® International Hotels, Radisson Hotels & ResortsTM Radisson Seven Seas Cruises®, Country Inns & Suites By Carlson®, T.G.I. Friday’s® restaurants and Carlson Marketing Group®, the largest relationship marketing services company in the United States. Ranked among the largest privately held corporations in the country, Carlson Companies is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In 1999, Carlson brands generated more than $31.4 billion in gross sales system-wide and currently employ about 188,000 people in more than 140 countries.
Marilyn Carlson Nelson became a trailblazer in the fight against human trafficking when she committed her travel companies to a global code of conduct that seeks to protect children from commercial sexual exploitation in travel and tourism. As part of the code of conduct Mrs. Nelson signed, she agreed to train employees to identify and report perpetrators of child sex tourism; inform travelers about the legal penalties associated with such transgressions; and develop an ethical corporate policy repudiating sexual exploitation in tourism [cf. Kristine Marcy’s DoJ pedophile entrapment racket operated by Ms. Francey Hakes]. The multi-line Carlson Companies, which includes hotel chains, cruises, restaurants, and the world’s second largest travel agency, generated more than $27 billion in sales last year and employs an estimated 198,000 persons in more than 140 nations. Carlson Companies is the first major North American travel company to adopt the code of conduct. In 2004 the US State Department Office to combat and monitor trafficking in persons named her one of their 10 Heroes Acting to End Modern-Day Slavery.”
Field McConnell, United States Naval Academy, 1971; Forensic Economist; 30 year airline and 22 year military pilot; 23,000 hours of safety; Tel: 715 307 8222
David Hawkins Tel: 604 542-0891 Forensic Economist; former leader of oil-well blow-out teams; now sponsors Grand Juries in CSI Crime and Safety Investigation