Marine Links Bettina’s Keys in Pay-to-Play PACT to Murdoch’s Underground Bomb
United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Bettina Jordan-Barber’s MoD root keys for an apparent Pay-to-Play PACT with the U.S. SBA al Qaeda companies, to bribes allegedly paid by Rupert Murdoch (PPE 1952) to Jordan-Barber and her MoD colleagues to create a Sky News Wag the Dog Story for the 7/7 2005 London Underground Bomb.
PACT = Paperclip Alibi Crimewatch Timelines
Feeling laconic, McConnell invites Jim’ll Fix It experts in U.K. counterintelligence too watch the two videos from Sky News below and see if they can detect Murdoch’s use of U.K. MoD keys in the Paperclip Alibi Crimewatch Timelines associated with the London Underground bombs and events described as the “first live-broadcast mass snuff film in human history” on 9/11.
Marine Links Thomson Reuters to Sam Cam Carlton’s Libor Underground Bomb
“Sky News: London bombings”
“Peter Power 7/7 Terror [Pay to Play PACT] Rehearsal”
“Sky News – September 11th 2001.”
“FRONTLINE > Media > Murdoch’s Scandal >
Former Murdoch Executives Charged with Bribery
November 20, 2012, 11:31 am ET by Sarah Childress
Prosecutors in the U.K. said they would charge four journalists who had worked for media mogul Rupert Murdoch with bribing public officials on Tuesday.
The charges are the latest, and likely the most serious, to spring from a series of investigations into allegations of misconduct, including phone hacking, by top editors and reporters at Murdoch’s British tabloids.
The Crown Prosecution Service said in an official statement Tuesday that Rebekah Brooks, former editor of The Sun, and former Sun reporter John Kay paid a Defense Ministry official about 100,000 pounds — more than $150,000 — for information for a series of stories between 2004 and 2011 [Alleged Wag the Dog Stories in Pay-to-Play PACT with SBA al-Qaeda companies].
Bettina Jordan-Barber, a deputy team leader and strategy officer at the ministry, was also charged.
“We have concluded, following a careful review of the evidence, that Bettina Jordan-Barber, John Kay and Rebekah Brooks should be charged with a conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office between 1 January 2004 and 31 January 2012,” said Alison Levitt, the principal legal adviser to the Public Prosecutions director.
Neither Kay, Brooks nor Jordan-Barber have issued a comment, according to The Guardian.
In another case, Andy Coulson, the former editor of Murdoch’s News of the World tabloid, and reporter Clive Goodman were also charged with paying public officials for information, including a phone book from the palace known as the “Green Book,” which has contact information for the royal family and members of their household.”
More to follow.