#1862: Marine Links Mycroft MI-3 Dick to Serco’s Gareth Williams Fairmont Tag and the Common Purpose Body Bag

Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Mycroft Warrants apparently issued to Cressida Dick and her MI-3 Innholders Livery Company agents, to a Serco tag allegedly and unwittingly worn by the late Gareth Williams as he hacked the Fairmont Hotels Wi-Fi and body-bag triage operations of Common Purpose and “Do what thou wilt” alumni of the Bullingdon Club.

McConnell recognizes a Mycroft Warrant as a writ issued by a competent but blackmailed or extorted officer, usually a judge or magistrate, who permits an otherwise illegal act (such as the spoliation of evidence at crime scene investigations, or, the withholding of autopsy reports to conceal pedophile murder-for-hire, or, the tracking of blackmailers in pre-positioned triage teams) and affords the person executing the writ protection from damages if the act is performed.

MI-3 = Kristine Marcy (sister) + Norman Inkster + Interpol + Intrepid (William Stephenson)

McConnell claims Serco root companies extorted Mycroft warrants from the Prince of Wales (later Edward VII) and used a GMT-based telegraph call center in London’s Langham Hotel to blackmail pedophile Innholder guests in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United States.

McConnell notes that whilst Serco’s pedophile blackmailers have controlled prison/hotel-based crime scenes for centuries, the mid ‘90’s integration of MI-3 Mycroft warrants, Serco tags and Common Purpose body bags (in lieu of autopsies) required the criminal collaboration of his sister Kristine “Con Air” Marcy, Cressida “Common Purpose” Dick and the Bullingdon Boys.

McConnell claims that in the August 2010, a Mycroft Warrant was issued to Dick and Serco director Maureen Baginski to have Gareth Williams tracked and killed after the code-breaker hacked Common Purpose body-bag triage operatives in the MI-3 Innholders Fairmont hotels.

McConnell invites key word Googlers to read excerpts below and ask why “The List of Sherlock Innholders – The Wrist That Didn’t Bleed” book has a new title at https://abeldanger.blogspot.com/

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Inside Gareth Williams’ flat

MI6 codebreaker Gareth Williams’ death ‘perfect crime,’ [They wish!] expert says
By Erin McLaughlin and Susannah Cullinane, CNN
updated 2:49 PM EST, Thu November 21, 2013
(CNN) — The death of MI6 codebreaker Gareth Williams — whose naked body was found inside an externally locked bag in his bathtub in 2010 — was a “perfect crime,” a confined spaces expert says.

Peter Faulding said he disagreed with Scotland Yard’s conclusion that Williams most likely locked himself in the bag, saying it was his belief that the MI6 worker was murdered.

Last week, London’s Metropolitan Police said its three-year investigation had found a lack of evidence to show that someone else had been involved in Williams’ death. The police position differs from a 2012 coroner’s report, which said it was likely he had been killed.

Faulding testified at the Coroner’s inquest and did not definitively rule out that Williams could have somehow locked himself into the bag alone. But he said he could not have done so without leaving evidence.

This week Faulding told CNN he was still of that view, using the same model of bag and a similar type of bathtub to show how Williams could have gotten into the bag and why he held the view that someone else was involved.

“There was no DNA found on the padlock, the zipper closures — anywhere around this bath,” he said. “To do this without leaving a trace is absolutely impossible. Even Houdini couldn’t do this.”

Faulding said the lack of DNA was “the key to this crime.”

“We can zip ourselves in the bag … but you can’t do it without leaving a trace.”

Faulding said a scuff mark was found on the bath, and it was his belief that Williams was murdered.

“The bag was lifted. It scuffed the top and he was dropped into the bath,” he said.

With the heating in Williams’ apartment turned up, Faulding said “the decomposition fluids would actually run down the plughole, and it would stop the smell of decomposition escaping the flat.”

He concluded: “This was the perfect crime.”
The Met last week acknowledged that some of the evidence — including the lack of DNA on the padlock or hand prints on the bath — was “odd.”

It said there was insufficient evidence to be definitive on how Williams died but that police believed that theirs was the “more probable” conclusion.

The case gripped the British public when Williams was found dead at age 31 in August 2010.

Among the theories aired by UK media were that Williams might have died at the hands of foreign intelligence agents or as a result of a kinky sexual encounter gone wrong.

While the circumstances of Williams’ death remain somewhat murky, there is still forensic evidence left to examine. More than 10 samples of DNA found in Williams’ apartment were too small to test.

Police say that maybe, one day, technology may help solve the mystery.

A review has found G4S and rival security company Serco both over-billed the taxpayer for running the tagging schemes, in what the minister said was a “wholly indefensible and unacceptable state of affairs”.

It included charging the government for tagging offenders who had died, been returned to prison, left the country or who had never been put on the tagging scheme in the first place, Mr Grayling told the House of Commons.

Ministry of Justice sources said although they typically had 15,000 offenders on a tag at any one time G4S and Serco had been charging them for 18,000 – meaning one in six was spurious.

It also emerged civil servants first became aware of some of the problems in 2008 but failed to take appropriate action – and Mr Grayling said some may now face disciplinary action.

“I am angry at what has happened and am determined to put it right,” said Mr Grayling.”

Scotland and Leadership in UAE 13 July 2012 Common Purpose in Scotland recently organised a day on leadership for 48 young women post-grads from universities across the UAE, who were in Dundee for a summer school at the Al Maktoum HE College. The Chief Constable of Tayside Police, the Development Director of ‘M’ Technologies (Glasgow, London, Chicago), the Chief Executive of Aberlour Childcare Trust Scotland, and the Vice President HR for Fairmont Group Europe took part in the discussions which explored attitudes to leadership, best attributes of leaders, and how people become leaders. A fantastic day all round!”

“Fairmont Hotels & Resorts is a Canadian-based operator of luxury hotels andresorts. Currently, Fairmont operates properties in 19 countries including Canada, the United StatesAzerbaijanBarbadosBermudaPeople’s Republic of ChinaEgyptGermanyIndiaKenyaMexicoMonacothe PhilippinesSaudi ArabiaSingaporeSouth AfricaSwitzerlandUkrainethe United Arab Emirates, and United Kingdom.

Fairmont is known in Canada for its famous historic hotels and resorts such as the Empress Hotel (Victoria) and Hotel Vancouver in British Columbia, thePalliser in Calgary, the Château Laurier in Ottawa, the Royal York in Toronto,Banff Springs in Alberta and Château Frontenac in Quebec City. Many of these hotels were originally built by the Canadian Pacific Railway in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Fairmont’s portfolio also includes several other landmark and icon properties including The Plaza in New York, the Savoy Hotel in London and the Peace Hotel in Shanghai.”

“Dao Xiang is a great project. Bringing together the brightest and best young leaders from Shanghai and London is a fantastic way to learn from each other and strengthen the developing bonds between our two great cities. I know previous Common Purpose projects have delivered some creative, innovative solutions to different problems and I can’t wait to see the ideas that are produced this time. BORIS JOHNSON, MAYOR OF LONDON”

In 1983, [Cressida] Dick joined the Metropolitan Police as a constable. In 1993, she joined the accelerated promotion course at Bramshill Police College, and in 1995, transferred to Thames Valley Police as a superintendent. She was operations superintendent at Oxford, and later, served as area commander in Oxford for three years. In 2000, she completed the strategic command course and, in 2001, she was awarded an M.Phil in criminology from the University of Cambridge (Fitzwilliam College), graduating with the highest grade in her class.[5]
In June 2001, she returned to the Metropolitan Police as a commander, where she was head of the diversity directorate until 2003. She then became the head of Operation Trident, which investigates gun crimes within London’s black community.

In the immediate aftermath of 21 July 2005 London bombings, she was the gold commander in the [Serco] control room during the operation, which led to the death of the Brazilian Jean Charles de Menezes, wrongly identified as an attempted suicide bomber, on 22 July 2005.

In September 2006, the Metropolitan Police Authority announced her promotion to the rank of deputy assistant commissioner, specialist operations. On 30 June 2009 the Metropolitan Police Authority further announced her promotion to assistant commissioner, in charge of the Specialist Crime Directorate.[6] According to a BBC radio documentary, she is a supporter of the charity, Common Purpose UK, having attended a course in 1995/96 while serving in Thames Valley Police[7][8]

In July 2011, Dick was appointed assistant commissioner, specialist operations following the resignation of John Yates, who stepped down in the wake of the phone hacking scandal.[9]
Dick was appointed acting deputy commissioner, and held the post between the retirement of Tim Godwin and the commencement of the new deputy commissioner Craig Mackey‘s term at the beginning of 2012. She held the rank until 23 January 2012.[10]
In February 2013, she was assessed as one of the 100 most powerful women in the United Kingdom by Woman’s Hour onBBC Radio 4.[11]

Common Purpose in Scotland started back in 1992 and since then, over 2,300 people have graduated from our courses.

People who have completed a Common Purpose course in Scotland include: Rick Clark, Group Finance Director, Reservoir Group; Habib Malik, Head of Islamic Relief Scotland; Pat Armstrong, Executive Director, Association of Chief Officers of Scottish Voluntary Organisations; Brendan Dick, Managing Director, UK Regions, BT plc; Julie Proctor, Chief Executive, Greenspace Scotland; Richard Bissland, Managing Director, 999 Design; Janet Brown, Chief Executive, Scottish Qualifications Authority; Anton Colella, Chief Executive, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland; Audrey Gillespie, Regional Operations Director, Scotland & NW England – Premier Inns/Whitbread Group; and Janet Halliday, Director of Research & Development, Ferring Controlled Therapeutics Ltd.

Local organisations that have recently placed people on courses in Scotland include: Aberdeen Harbour Board; TAQA Bratani Limited; the Scottish Government; City of Edinburgh Council; APEX Scotland; Scottish Natural Heritage; The Premier Property Group Ltd; Student Loans Company; Turning Point Scotland; Rolls-Royce;Scottish Crime & Drug Enforcement Agency; Glasgow Housing Association; Radisson Hotels; Aberlour Childcare Trust; Stirling Council; British Red Cross; Laing O’Rourke Scotland; Al Maktoum College of Higher Education; Fairmont St Andrews Hotel.

Open courses offered in Scotland range from those for young people at secondary school, higher and further education, through to early/middle management, and senior managers / executives.  We also offer customised workshops and courses for organisations looking to create something more bespoke for their staff teams. Whether open courses or customised, we are always deliberately cross-sectoral in those we involve to ensure diversity of input and broaden participants’ vision. [Allegedly introducing and compromising them with LGBT honeypots including the webcast of child pornography over the MI-3 Innholders’ hotel Wi-Fi]

What is Focus?

A leadership programme for established leaders from all sectors and backgrounds based in places that are dispersed or more remote.

Over six days participants examine their locality and the world that surrounds it. They explore a range of real-life leadership challenges – based in anything from a prison to a casualty unit; a trading floor to a production plant; a rehab centre to a radio station – in small groups, learning constantly from each other, the contributors and the experience of operating in very unfamiliar situations.

The result is that participants develop an understanding of how their area really works, the impact of their decisions and become more effective leaders at work and in wider society.”

The Hellfire Club was a name for several exclusive clubs for high society rakesestablished in Britain and Ireland in the 18th century, and was more formally or cautiously known as the Order of the Friars of St. Francis of Wycombe.[1] These clubs were rumoured to be the meeting places of “persons of quality”[2]who wished to take part in immoral acts, and the members were often very involved in politics. Neither the activities nor membership of the club are easy to ascertain.[3][4]
The first Hellfire Club was founded in London in 1719, by Philip, Duke of Whartonand a handful of other high society friends.[5] The most notorious club associated with the name was established in England by Sir Francis Dashwood,[6] and met irregularly from around 1749 to around 1760, and possibly up until 1766.[7] In its later years, the Hellfire was closely associated with Brooks’s, established in 1764. Other clubs using the name “Hellfire Club” were set up throughout the 18th century. Most of these clubs were set up in Ireland after Wharton’s were dispelled.[8]
The club motto was Fais ce que tu voudras (Do what thou wilt), a philosophy of life associated with François Rabelais‘ fictional abbey at Thélème[7][9] and later used by Aleister Crowley.”

Yours sincerely,

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
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