United States Marine Field McConnell
Plum City Online – (AbelDanger.net)
May 15, 2017
To Whom It May Concern:
Field McConnell – United States Marine and Global Operations Director of Abel Danger (AD) – is asking if James Comey, the former lead prosecutor in the Khobar Towers bombing, used the federal bridge certification authority (FBCA) network to wipe emails which might otherwise have exposed the Clinton Foundation donor’ sale of Uranium One concessions to Russia or Serco’s blackmail victims of alleged kiddie-porn or death-pool broadcasts from Starnet pig farms.
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McConnell looks forward to an invitation to brief President Trump in the presence of retired Marine Corps two-star Randolph “Tex” Alles, director of the United States Secret Service, on how he can take down the Serco and Starnet root companies with a RICO action and purge pay-to-play concessions, death-pool bookmakers and child pornographers from the federal bridge.
“Digital Fires Instructor Serco – Camp Pendleton, CA Posted 377 days agoUses information derived from all military disciplines (e.g., aviation, ground combat, command and control, combat service support, intelligence, and opposing forces) to determine changes in enemy capabilities, vulnerabilities, and probable courses of action.”
“A new piece from today’s Vancouver Sun. Starnet took bets, warrants disclose
Police information also details lurid images of sado-masochism and degradation pulled from Starnet’s sites.
David Baines, Sun Business Reporter
Vancouver Sun On Nov. 3
Eric Wickberg bet $15 that the New York Rangers would beat the point spread over the New Jersey Devils. He lost.
But winning was not the point of the exercise. Wickberg was a Vancouver police detective assigned to the Coordinated Law Enforcement Unit, which was conducting a covert investigation into Internet gaming sites operated by Vancouver-based Starnet Communications International Inc.
The bet was one of dozens placed by Wickberg and his CLEU colleagues, as outlined in a 61-page information document filed by police to obtain a warrant to search Starnet’s Carrall’s Street office and the homes of 15 Starnet officers, directors and associates.
However, Starnet has said that due to the uncertain legality of Internet gambling in Canada and the United States, the company does not accept bets from residents of those countries.
The same search warrant information details in lurid detail the images of sado-masochism and degradation that police officers pulled from Starnet’s pornography Web sites.
Police further allege that a consultant to Starnet told them he been given a “staff-demo access code,” enabling him to access, through the Sizzle site, images of child pornography. No details were provided.
The allegations shocked investors, who had taken comfort in Starnet’s assurances that, in an effort to attract institutional investors, it was getting out of the porn business.
Even the New York office of mainstream brokerage firm Nesbitt Burns, a subsidiary of the venerable Bank of Montreal, was considering a possible $30-million US share offering.
But Starnet’s share price, which was riding the hot air of Internet gaming mania, crashed Friday when local police, accompanied by a SWAT team and computer specialists from the U.S. Internal Revenue Service and the U.S. Customs Service, invaded Starnet’s Carrall Street office and seized equipment and records.
On Friday, after news of the search broke, Starnet’s stock price dropped 69 per cent to $4 US on the OTC bulletin board in the United States. On Monday, it recouped some of that loss, closing at $5.60 on huge volume of 6.8 million shares.
Vancouver police representative Constable Anne Drennan said police fielded about 100 calls from anxious investors Friday and more Monday.
“The investors were almost exclusively from the United States, just frantic investors,” she told a news conference. “They wanted to know if they should sell. Of course, we couldn’t give that kind of advice.”
She said some callers were emotional, saying they had lost everything.
“Men were crying over the phone, saying their entire life savings had been wiped out. We’ve never dealt with anything like this. “A lot of people have been affected. It was hard. It was sad. I felt bad for them, but what can you say?”
Drennan said about 50 police officers are poring over computer desks, records and other material seized during the search, which lasted until 8 p.m. Sunday.
She said charges are pending, but they could be a way off due to the huge amount of information to be analysed.
Starnet chief executive officer Mark Dohlen said the company “will continue its operations and proceed with its strategic plans following minor interruptions to service over the past weekend.”
He insisted that his firm — which has a gaming licence in the Caribbean island country Antigua but no licence to offer games of chance in British Columbia — has been complying with all applicable laws and regulations.
“Starnet is a cutting-edge company that is a pioneer in Internet gaming,” he said in a release.
“We believe the selective investigation into the operations of our company is a result of a misunderstanding of Internet issues as they relate to the process of our business and the venues in which our services are offered. There is little or no legal precedent relative to this business.”
In a separate release, Starnet re-confirmed its plan to dump, through an auction process, its porn sites.
“This divestiture will allow Starnet to focus all available resources on the further development of its core Internet gaming businesses,” the company said.
According to the search warrant information, Starnet was incorporated in the Barbados in November 1996, and its directors included Mark Dohlen, Jason Bolduc (who has since left the company) and Roy Gould, now vice-president of Vancouver brokerage firm United Capital Securities Inc.
In March 1997, Starnet merged with a Delaware corporation to allow the firm to re-domicile in that jurisdiction. Initially, Starnet’s sole business was distributing Internet porn from it offices at 425 Carrall, the former office of engineering firm H.A. Simons.
According to the search warrant information, its early operations were partly financed through a $207,869 loan from Celestine Fund Management Inc., a privately-held investment fund based in the British Virgin Islands. v In June 1997, Celestine sold the debt to DGD Wealth Management, a B.C. company headed by Gould, the Vancouver broker.
The following month, Starnet began to diversify its operations, incorporating World Gaming Services Inc., based in Antigua, to operate Internet gaming Websites, and Electronic Financial Services Caribbean Inc., to handle the monetary transactions.
With hundreds of companies clamouring to jump on the gambling bandwagon, Starnet quickly realized that it could make more money licensing its betting technology than on taking bets.
It set up another Antiguan subsidiary, Softec Systems Caribbean Inc., and offered licences for $100,000 each, plus royalties ranging from 10 to 40 per cent of gross revenues. By last month, it had licensed nearly 50 companies.
The prospect of a continual stream of cash flowing into Starnet’s coffers excited investors, who bid up the stock to $26 US in July, giving the company a total stock market value of $1 billion Cdn.
Starnet also advertised that it would help its licensees get gambling licences from the Antiguan government, which charged $100,000 US per year for a gambing licence.
It developed a close relationship with Antiguan officials. On July 8, it announced that Clare Roberts, who served as Antigua’s attorney-general and minister of justice from 1994 to 1997, had been appointed a director of the company.
According to the search warrant information, Roberts attended an Internet gaming conference in Vancouver in June, where an undercover officer asked him whether the Antiguan government allows its licensees to take bets from the United States. According to the information, Roberts replied, “Officially it’s discouraged, but if you want to, you know, they can’t really stop you.”
In late July, news of a dispute between Starnet and one of its biggest licensees, rocked Starnet’s share price. Claude Levy, who represented Las Vegas Casinos Inc., said Starnet’s gaming technology was grossly deficient and claimed to be filing a $1-billion US damage claim against Starnet. Starnet’s share price dropped by nearly half to $13 US. Starnet rejected Levy’s claims and noted that, days earlier, Starnet had cancelled his firm’s licence for non-payment of $203,000 in licensing fees that had been owing since May 31.
Levy’s firm never did file a lawsuit, but Starnet did, claiming in B.C. Supreme Court that Levy had made “false and malicious” statements about the company.
However, according to the search warrant information, Levy had been complaining about Starnet’s service for months. Vancouver police searched the curbside garbage of Starnet officer Paul Giles in February 1996 and found e-mail from Levy complaining of overbilling.
Levy said the overbilling left them “wide open to massive chargebacks, with very little recourse to the clients.” He further stated: “Many consumers already don’t trust the Internet with their credit cards, and many don’t trust the online casinos, but Starnet is doing the most damage to the industry, just because you have so many incompetent people, acting like they know what they are doing.”
Police also found in Giles’ garbage a copy of his will which stated: “Starnet owes me $50,000 US, Roy [Gould, the broker] has $130,000 US or more” and “options exercised by Roy should be an additional $60,000 US or more.”
The will also indicated that Gould held, on Giles’ behalf, 500,000 to 550,000 free-trading shares in an account at United Capital Securities.
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“Statement of Jim Flyzik Acting Assistant Secretary for Management and Chief Information Officer (CIO) before the House Government Reform Committee 6/21/2001 …. Treasury also hosted the Federal Bridge Certification Authority (FBCA) project for the Federal government, currently operated by GSA. The FBCA is a mechanism for the secure exchange of information between government agencies. The bridge allows agency public key infrastructures (PKIs) to interoperate as it permits digital credentials (called “digital certificates”) issued by each agency to its employees to be accepted with trust and confidence by other agencies for electronic transactions. This functionality directly supports E-Government, as agencies will be able to perform Internet-enabled transactions, such as credit card collections through banks, or secure emails between agencies, with previously unattainable trust and confidence. A prototype version of the FBCA became operational in February 2000 and was successfully used in a large-scale test in April 2000. During that time, the PKIs of five different organizations within the U.S., the Canadian Government and academia, were cross-certified through the prototype FBCA. The agencies were able to interoperate, successfully exchanging digitally signed electronic mail messages. FBCA is operated by GSA and, once cross-certification has been completed, will be used by NASA, USDA’s National Finance Center, FDIC, Treasury, the State of Illinois, and the Canadian Government for the electronic transfer of documents.”
“The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS, commonly pronounced “sifius”) is an inter-agency committee of the United States Government that reviews the national security implications of foreign investments in U.S. companies or operations. Chaired by the United States Secretary of the Treasury, CFIUS includes representatives from 16 U.S. departments and agencies, including the Defense, State and Commerce departments, as well as (most recently) the Department of Homeland Security. CFIUS was established by President Gerald Ford‘s Executive Order 11858 in 1975. President Reagan delegated the review process to the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States with the Executive Order 12661 in 1988. This was in response to U.S. Congress giving authority to the President to review foreign investments, in the form of Exon-Florio Amendment.”
“Uranium One is a uranium mining company with headquarters in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It has operations in Australia, Canada, Kazakhstan, South Africa and the United States. In January 2013 Rosatom, a Russian State-owned enterprise, through its subsidiary ARMZ Uranium Holding, purchased the company by a value of $1.3 billion.
On July 5, 2005, Southern Cross Resources Inc. and Aflease Gold and Uranium Resources Ltd announced that they would be merging under the name SXR Uranium One Inc.
In 2007 Uranium One acquired a controlling interest in UrAsia Energy, a Canadian firm with headquarters in Vancouver, from Frank Giustra. UrAsia Energy has interests in rich uranium operations in Kazakhstan. UrAsia Energy’s acquisition of its Kazakhstan uranium interests from Kazatomprom followed a trip to Almaty in 2005 by Giustra and former U.S. President Bill Clinton where they met with Nursultan Nazarbayev, the leader of Kazakhstan. Substantial contributions to the Clinton Foundation by Giustra followed. The Podesta Group lobbied on behalf of Uranium One. The Podesta Group is run by Tony Podesta, the brother of John Podesta who was Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign manager.”
Serco farewell to NPL after 19 years of innovation 8 January 2015
Serco said goodbye to the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) at the end of December 2014 after 19 years of extraordinary innovation and science that has seen the establishment build a world-leading reputation and deliver billions of pounds of benefit for the UK economy. During that period under Serco’s management and leadership, NPL has delivered an extraordinary variety and breadth of accomplishments for the UK’s economy and industry. Some of the key achievements during that time have been:… It has been estimated that work carried out by the Centre of Carbon Measurement at NPL will save eight million tonnes of carbon emissions reductions (2% of UK footprint) and over half a billion pounds in economic benefit over the next decade…. NPL’s caesium fountain atomic clock is accurate to 1 second in 158 million years and NPL is playing a key role in introducing rigour to high frequency [spot fixed] trading in the City [by Serco pig-farm banks] through NPL [Zulu] Time.”
“Hillary Clinton to be Indicted on Federal Racketeering Charges [??]
By Frank Huguenard
Global Research, October 31, 2016
Facebook 30 May 2016
Region: USA In-depth
Report: U.S. Elections
Since the release of FBI Director Comey’s Friday letter, the US presidential elections process has gone haywire, totally out of control. The entire bipartisan political apparatus is in crisis.
This article by distinguished film producer Frank Huguenard was first published by Global Research on May 30th 2016. We are reposting it (with the same title) in the light of recent developments following the controversy regarding the Second Letter to Congress of FBI director James Comey:
“I FBI director [James Comey] am writing to inform you that the investigative team briefed me on this yesterday, and I agreed that the FBI should take appropriate investigative steps designed to allow investigators to review these emails to determine whether they contain classified information, as well as to assess their importance to our investigation.” Michel Chossudovsky, Global Research, October 31, 2016
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The Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) is a United States Federal Law passed in 1970 that was designed to provide a tool for law enforcement agencies to fight organized crime. RICO allows prosecution and punishment for alleged racketeering activity that has been executed as part of an ongoing criminal enterprise.
Activity considered to be racketeering may include bribery, counterfeiting, money laundering, embezzlement, illegal gambling, kidnapping, murder, drug trafficking, slavery, and a host of other nefarious business practices.
James Comey and The FBI will present a recommendation to Loretta Lynch, Attorney General of the Department of Justice, that includes a cogent argument that the Clinton Foundation is an ongoing criminal enterprise engaged in money laundering and soliciting bribes in exchange for political, policy and legislative favors to individuals, corporations and even governments both foreign and domestic.
“The New York Times examined Bill Clinton’s relationship with a Canadian mining financier, Frank Giustra, who has donated millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation and sits on its board. Clinton, the story suggests, helped Giustra’s company secure a lucrative uranium-mining deal in Kazakhstan and in return received “a flow of cash” to the Clinton Foundation, including previously undisclosed donations from the company’s chairman totaling $2.35 million.” ( Bloomberg)
Initially, Comey had indicated that the investigation into Hillary’s home brewed email server was to be concluded by October of 2015. However, as more and more evidence in the case has come to light, this initial date kept being pushed back as the criminal investigation has expanded well beyond violating State Department regulations to include questions about espionage, perjury and influence peddling.
Here’s what we do know. Tens of millions of dollars donated to the Clinton Foundation was funneled to the organization through a Canadian shell company which has made tracing the donors nearly impossible. Less than 10% of donations to the Foundation has actually been released to charitable organizations and $2M that has been traced back to long time Bill Clinton friend Julie McMahon (aka The Energizer). When the official investigation into Hillary’s email server began, she instructed her IT professional to delete over 30,000 emails and cloud backups of her emails older than 30 days at both Platte River Networks and Datto, Inc. The FBI has subsequently recovered the majority, if not all, of Hillary’s deleted emails and are putting together a strong case against her for attempting to cover up her illegal and illicit activities.
A conviction under RICO comes when the Department of Justice proves that the defendant has engaged in two or more examples of racketeering and that the defendant maintained an interest in, participated in or invested in a criminal enterprise affecting interstate or foreign commerce. There is ample evidence already in the public record that the Clinton Foundation qualifies as a criminal enterprise and there’s no doubt that the FBI is privy to significantly more evidence than has already been made public.
Under RICO, the sections most relevant in this case will be section 1503 (obstruction of justice), section 1510 (obstruction of criminal investigations) and section 1511 (obstruction of State or local law enforcement). As in the case with Richard Nixon after the Watergate Break-in, it’s the cover-up of a crime that will be the Clintons’ downfall. Furthermore, under provisions of title 18, United States Code: Section 201, the Clinton Foundation can be held accountable for improprieties relating to bribery. The FBI will be able to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that through the Clinton Foundation, international entities were able to commit bribery in exchange for help in securing business deals, such as the uranium-mining deal in Kazakhstan.
It is a Federal Crime to negligently handle classified information under United States Code (USC) 18 section 1924. It is a Federal Class A Felony under USC 18 section 798. Hillary certified under oath to a federal judge that she had handed over to the state department all of her emails, which she clearly did not. In spite of her repeated statements to the effect that everything that she did with her home brewed email server as Secretary of State was above-board and approved by the State Department, the Inspector General Report vehemently refutes this claim. Hillary refused to be interview by the Inspector General’s office in their investigation, claiming that her upcoming FBI interview took precedent but it seems more likely that Hillary is more concerned about committing perjury or admitting to anything that can be used against her in a court of law.
“Secretary Clinton should have preserved any Federal records she created and received on her personal account by printing and filing those records with the related files in the Office of the Secretary. At a minimum, Secretary Clinton should have surrendered all emails dealing with Department business before leaving government service and, because she did not do so, she did not comply with the Department’s policies that were implemented in accordance with the Federal Records Act.”
Inspector General Report
Hillary Clinton is guilty of exposing classified documents to foreign governments by placing them illegally on her server, of sending and receiving classified documents and conspiring with her staff to circumvent the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) by avoiding the use of the State Department run servers. Some of the documents were so highly classified the the investigators on the case weren’t even able to examine the material themselves until they got their own clearances raised to the highest levels. While there is an excellent cast to be made the Hillary committed treasonous actions, the strongest case the FBI has is charging both Bill and Hillary Clinton as well as the Clinton Foundation of Racketeering. There’s no wonder why it’s taken this long for the FBI to bring forward a recommendation.
The rabbit hole is so deep on this one that it has taking dozens of investigators to determine the full extent of the crimes that have been committed. Perhaps the most interesting question here is whether or not the FBI’s investigation will be able to directly link The Clinton Foundation with The Hillary Victory Fund. If this happens, the DNC itself may be in jeopardy of accusations of either being an accomplice or of being complicit in racketeering.
The article was initially published and then almost immediately removed by The Huffington Post.
The author of the article is a distinguished film producer Frank Huguenard
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“James Comey – Profile of an Elite Fixer
The now former FBI director had multiple conflicts of interest pertaining to the investigation of Hillary’s emails When James Comey made the decision not to pursue charges against Hillary Clinton regarding her egregious security breaches involving State department email accounts, many suspected hidden connections between the Clintons and Mr. Comey. There exists plenty of openly available information describing the links between Comey, the Clinton Foundation, HSBC and Lockheed Martin. Unsurprisingly, the mainstream media largely ignored these glaring conflicts of interest surrounding the then FBI director.
Career Before FBI:
2002-2003 – US Attorney Southern District of New York
2003-2005 – US Deputy Attorney General (2nd highest rank at Department of Justice)
2003 – Appointed close friend/collegue Patrick Fitzgerald as US attorney in Chicago for CIA “Plame Affair”
2005 – Left DOJ to become General Council & Senior Vice President at Lockheed Martin
2009 – US Chamber of Commerce National Chamber Litigation Center
2010 – Leaves Lockheed Martin and becomes General Council at Bridgewater and Associates
2013 – (Early 2013) becomes Senior Research Scholar and Hertog Fellow on Nat.-Sec. Law at Columbia University
2013 – (Early 2013) Hired by HSBC in wake of cartel money laundering scandal
2013 – (September) Obama appoints Comey to 10 year position as FBI Director HSBC
In late 2012, a record settlement was reached between the US government and HSBC for $1.9 billion. HSBC admitted to laundering money for Mexican and Columbian drug cartels. In exchange for the fine, the Department of Justice declined to pursue criminal charges against the banking giant.”
“Frank Giustra (born August 1957) is a Canadian businessman in the mining and filmmaking industries, and a philanthropist. … The Radcliffe Foundation was established in 1997 by Giustra, its president. The Vancouver-based foundation supports local and international disaster relief, economic development, and homelessness charities. In June 2007, Giustra launched the Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership with U.S. President Bill Clinton, a partnership between the William J. Clinton Foundation, private sector, governments, local communities, and other NGOs.… After he left investment banking in 1996, Giustra formed Lions Gate Entertainment in 1997, and served as chairman from 1997–2003. He hoped to capitalize on the growing film industry in Vancouver. The company bought a number of small production facilities and distributors. Its first success was American Psycho, which began a trend of producing and distributing films far too controversial for the major American studios. Other successes included Affliction, Gods and Monsters, Dogma, and the Michael Moore documentary Fahrenheit 9/11, which turned out to be the studio’s highest grossing film. In 2000, Giustra left the firm and it was taken over by Jon Feltheimer and Michael Burns. Giustra sold most of his stake in Lionsgate in 2003.
In December 2010, Giustra returned to Lions Gate Entertainment as a member of the board of directors. In March 2012, he started a new joint venture with Lionsgate and Thunderbird Films, called Sea to Sky Entertainment, which will focus on projects in the television industry.”
“Robert Pickton’s siblings knew what serial killer was doing, lawsuits by victims’ children allege
Lori Culbert, Postmedia News | May 9, 2013 11:55 PM ET
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Robert Pickton’s siblings knew what serial killer was doing, lawsuits by victims’ children allege VANCOUVER — Four children of Vancouver’s missing women have filed lawsuits against serial killer Robert Pickton and two of his siblings over the loss of their mothers.
The civil suits filed Thursday also name as defendants the provincial justice ministry, the city of Vancouver, and five RCMP officers.
The lawsuits name Pickton’s brother, Dave Pickton, and sister, Linda Wright, because they were part owners in the family farm.
“David Pickton and Linda Wright knew that Robert Pickton and others tortured and killed sex workers and other persons at the Pickton property, and were aware that the actions and propensities of Robert Pickton represented a danger to persons attending the Pickton property,” the lawsuits say.
The lawsuits, filed by Vancouver lawyer Jason Gratl, say the deaths of their mothers caused the children to suffer loss of emotional and financial support, loss of guidance in developing cultural identity, and psychological trauma.
The allegations in the lawsuits have not been proven in court. The defendants have not yet filed written responses.
The lawsuits were filed by Sarah Jean de Vries, daughter of Sarah de Vries; Theresa Mongovius, daughter of Cynthia Feliks; Troy and Joel Boen, sons of Yvonne Boen; and Melissa Marin, Carol Cote and Donald Cote, children of Dianne Rock.
DNA belonging to all four women — de Vries, Feliks, Boen and Rock — were found on Pickton’s Port Coquitlam pig farm. He faced first-degree murder in their deaths, but the charges were stayed after he was convicted in 2007 of killing six other missing women.
The lawsuits argue police should have been aware Pickton was attacking sex workers in the Downtown Eastside, in part because he was charged in 1997 with the attempted murder of a woman on his farm. Those charges were stayed, but a RCMP corporal put a note on a police database to warn all officers that Pickton was a threat to women on the street.
“Notwithstanding their knowledge of risks to sex workers, [Vancouver police] and RCMP failed to warn Sarah of the specific risk that a serial killer was active in the Downtown Eastside,” the de Vries lawsuit says.
“The VPD and RCMP owed and breached a duty of care to Sarah, as a member of the public and as an individual within a group at heightened risk of harm from a serial killer.”
The lawsuits allege police failed to pursue all investigative leads, mismanaged information, were “inadequate and inept” with surveillance and undercover operations, and failed to confirm or rule out suspects.
The RCMP officers being sued are Supt. Ric Hall, Cpl. Frank Henley, Const. Ruth Chapman (Yurkiw), Supt. Earl Moulton and Staff Sgt. Brad Zalys. Some are now retired.
The lawsuits allege a Crown prosecutor was negligent when she stayed the charges against Pickton in the 1997 attack.
“Crown counsel knew or ought to have known that entering a stay of proceedings would increase the risk that Robert Pickton would continue to cause death and serious injury,” the documents say. Postmedia News”
“DHS ICE OTD … Since 1986, through various contracts, Serco has provided full training lifecycle support for all areas of this key Law Enforcement organization including Inspections, Border Patrol, Enforcement, and DHS operations at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Academy in Glynco, GA. .. Serco developed and scripted three scenarios based on negligent practices identified by the IG report that have resulted in the use of lost or uncontrolled weapons for robbery, murder, and the accidental death of a child. We used creative animation techniques, sound effects, music, and talented voice actors playing multiple characters to create an emotional appeal much different—and infinitely more powerful—from the standard WBT offering.
Serco has trained more than 400,000 DHS students in every region and district, at every land, air and sea border crossing, in classrooms, through WBT, train-the-trainer programs, on-the-job training and through the implementation of performance support systems in a blended learning environment. In collaboration with ICE OTD, our latest efforts have resulted in the accreditation and completion of three programs, including HSI FOTP, ICE OTD IDC, and ICE OPR. Serco was integral to the ICE team that was recognized by the 2012 “Excellence in Law Enforcement” Award given to the ICE Domestic Field Operations Training Program (DFTOP) Accreditation Project for having greatly improved ICE training, increasing operational efficacy and efficiency, and minimizing safety issues to ICE officers and the public.”
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
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