Marine Links General Haig’s Nortel JABS to Bin Laden Decoy Squads

United States Marine Field McConnell has linked the late General Alexander Haig to a CAI private equity group investment in the Nortel Joint Automated Booking System (JABS) allegedly used by Haig to set up bin Laden decoy squads.

Feeling laconic, McConnell and his fellow Marines invite DOJ Pride insiders (?) to check the use of Nortel JABS encryption keys by CAI special investors Yves Fortier, Lynton Wilson and Haig during al-Qaeda decoy events such as the 1998 bombing of the U.S. Embassies in East Africa; the attack on the USS Cole in 2000 and the KSM (?) war games of Amalgam Virgo and Global Guardian during 2001.

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decoy squad

Note Haig/Bin Laden used Nortel JABS decoy squads to pull the US Air Force out of position before blowing up the Pentagon’s U.S. Navy Command Center on 9/11. 

“Chicago Tribune … Police Bringing Back Decoy Squad For Cta
April 26, 1989|By Jerry Crimmins.

To combat muggings and thefts on the Chicago Transit Authority, the Chicago Police Department is starting up its decoy unit for the third time in 40 years.
Cmdr. Robert Dart of the Mass Transit Unit said that the police have called upon some former star decoys and backup officers from the 1950s and the 1970s to help train the new members.” 



“From: http://web.archive.org/web/20010610012148/www.caifunds.com/Special.htm
CAI and our investee companies benefit from the participation of our SPECIAL INVESTORS, a group of seasoned leaders, most of whom have spent their careers running large and diverse businesses. Collectively, they have served as directors of over one hundred leading North American companies. They assist CAI and our portfolio companies by identifying and creating opportunities for investment and growth as well as, on occasion, serving on the boards of those companies. 

Ralph M. Barford
Larry I. Bell
Jalynn H. Bennett
Roy F. Bennett
Peter J. G. Bentley
Richard S. Braddock
Paul G. S. Cantor
Thomas P. D’aquino
L. Yves Fortier, Q.C.

Raymond Garneau
Alexander M. Haig, Jr.
Graham O. Harrison
David L. Johnston
Pierre Lortie
Hon. Donald S. Macdonald
John H. McArthur
Hon. Frank McKenna
W. Darcy McKeough
Joseph J. Meleone
J. Edward Newall
Larence G. Pathy
Guy Saint-Pierre
Lynton R. Wilson
Walter B. Wriston
Adam H. Zimmerman
RALPH M. BARFORD – TORONTO, ONTARIO
President of Valleydene Corporation Limited and Chairman of GSW Inc. Director of Bank of Monteal, BCE Inc., Bell Canada, Hollinger Inc., Morton International Inc. and Nortel Networks Corporation. Former President of Beatty Bros. Ltd., GSW Inc. and National Merchandising Corp.
LARRY I. BELL – VANCOUVER, B.C.
President and CEO of Shato Holdings Limited. Director of BC Gas Inc., BC Gas Utility Ltd., International Forest Products Limited, TransAlta Corp., TransAlta Utilities Corp. and Transmountain Pipeline Company Ltd.
JALYNN H. BENNETT – TORONTO, ONTARIO
President of Jalynn H. Bennett & Associates Ltd. Vice Chairman and Lead Director of Westburne Inc. Director of Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, CanWest Global Communications Corp., Ontario Power Generation Inc., Ontario Teachers ‘ Pension Plan Board and Sears Canada Ltd.
ROY F. BENNETT – TORONTO, ONTARIO
Chairman of Bennecon Limited. Former President and CEO of Ford Motor Company of Canada Limited. Former Chairman of Midland Walwyn Inc. and Jannock Limited. Chairman of Cougar Global Investments Ltd. and Innings Telecom Inc.
PETER J. G. BENTLEY – VANCOUVER, BC
Chairman (and former CEO) of Canfor Corporation and its principal subsidiary, Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Director of Bank of Montreal, Shell Canada Limited and the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research. Member of the International Advisory Council of Chase Manhattan Corporation of New York.
RICHARD S. BRADDOCK – NEW YORK, NY
Chairman and CEO of Priceline.com. Director of AmTec, Inc., Cadbury Schweppes plc, Eastman Kodak Company, E*Trade Group Inc., New Sub Services, Inc. and Prime Response. Former CEO of Medco Containment Services. Former Chairman of True North Communications Inc. Former President of Citicorp. Former Principal of Clayton, Dubilier & Rice, Inc.
PAUL G. S. CANTOR – TORONTO, ONTARIO
Executive Director of the Toronto International Leadership Centre for Financial Sector Supervision. Former Chairman and CEO of National Trust Co. Director of The Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co., The Empire Life Insurance Co. and Torstar Limited. Former President and CEO of Confederation Life Insurance Co. Former President, Investment Bank, of Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.
THOMAS P. D’AQUINO – OTTAWA, ONTARIO
President and Chief Executive of the Business Council on National Issues, an organization composed of the CEOs of 150 leading Canadian corporations. The Business Council is the senior voice of business in Canada, and the principal means by which business leaders contribute personally to the development of public policy and to the shaping of national and global priorities. Mr. d’Aquino is a former Special Assistant to the Prime Minister of Canada.
L. YVES FORTIER, Q.C. – MONTREAL, QUEBEC
Chairman and Senior Partner of Ogilvy Renault. Director of DuPont Canada Inc., Nortel Networks Corporation, NOVA Chemicals Corporation, Royal Bank of Canada and Southam Inc. Governor and Director of Hudson’s Bay Company. Former Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Canada to the United Nations.
RAYMOND GARNEAU – MONTREAL, QUEBEC
Chairman and CEO of Industrial-Alliance Life Insurance Company. Director of the Bank of Canada and Groupe QuébecTel Inc. Former Quebec Minister of Finance, Minister of Education and President of the Treasury Board. Former Chairman and CEO of Montreal City and District Savings Bank and Crédit Foncier Inc.
ALEXANDER M. HAIG, JR. – WASHINGTON, D.C.
Chairman of Worldwide Associates Inc. Former Supreme Allied Commander, Europe (NATO), and former Secretary of State in the Reagan Administration. Former President and Chief Operating Officer of United Technologies Corporation. Director of America Online, Inc., Interneuron Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Inc., MGM Grand, Inc. and Preferred Employers Holdings, Inc.
GRAHAM O. HARRISON – COTUIT, MASSACHUSETTS
Retired Chief Investment Officer of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Former President of the U.S. Steel and Carnegie Pension Fund. Director of Butler Capital, Chairman of the European Renaissance Fund Limited, and Member of the Advisory Committees of Emerging World Investors, L.P., the New York State Common Retirement Fund and Warburg Pincus Investors, LP
DAVID L. JOHNSTON – WATERLOO, ONTARIO
President of the University of Waterloo. Former Principal and Vice – Chancellor of McGill University. Past President of the Board of Overseers of Harvard University. Chairman Emeritus of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research. Director of The Canada Trust Company Ltd., The CGI Group Inc., Emco Ltd., Lifestyle Furnishings International and The Seagram Company, Ltd.
PIERRE LORTIE – MONTREAL, QUEBEC
President and Chief Operating Officer of Bombardier International Inc. Former President of Bombardier’s Regional Aircraft Division and former President of Bombardier Capital Group. Director of The Canam Manac Group, CAI Capital Corporation, and Expordev Group Inc. Former Chairman, President and CEO of Provigo Inc. Former President and CEO of The Montreal Stock Exchange.
HON. DONALD S. MACDONALD – TORONTO, ONTARIO
Counsel, McCarthy Tétrault. Chairman of Celanese Canada Inc. and Siemens Canada Ltd. Director of Aber Resources Ltd., Alberta Energy Co. Ltd., AT&T Canada Corp., Boise Cascade Corp., BFC Construction Corp., CanEnerco Inc., Slough Estates Canada Ltd., Sun Life Assurance Co. of Canada and TransCanada Pipelines Ltd. Former Canadian Minister of Finance, Minister of Defense, Minister of Energy, and President of the Privy Council. Former Canadian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom.
JOHN H. MCARTHUR – BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS
Former Dean of the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. Founding Board member of the Canada Development Investment Corporation. Director of AES Corporation, BCE Inc., Cabot Corporation, Columbia/HCA Healthcare Corporation, Glaxo Wellcome plc, KOC Holdings A.S., Rohm and Haas Company and Springs Industries, Inc.
HON. FRANK MCKENNA – MONCTON, NEW BRUNSWICK
Counsel, McInnes Cooper & Robertson. Former Premier of New Brunswick. Director of Bank of Montreal, J&H Marsh & McLennan Limited, Leroux Steel Inc., Major Drilling International, Noranda Inc. and Zenon Environmental Inc.
W. DARCY MCKEOUGH – CHATHAM, ONTARIO
Chairman of McKeough Supply Inc. Former Treasurer (Minister of Finance) of the Province of Ontario. Director of Apollo Gas Inc., Canadian General Tower, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, CPL Long Term Care, InterTAN Canada Inc., Numac Energy Inc., and Triple Crown Electronics.
JOSEPH J. MELEONE – NEW YORK, NY
Chairman Emeritus of Equitable Companies, Inc. and former President and CEO of Equitable Companies and its principal insurance subsidiary, The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. Member of the Board of Overseers of The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Director of Foster Wheeler Corporation.
J. EDWARD NEWALL – CALGARY, ALBERTA
Chairman of Newall & Associates. Chairman of NOVA Chemicals Corporation. Former Chairman of Methanex Corp. Director of Alcan Aluminium Ltd., BCE Inc., Bell Canada, Bell Canada International, Canadian Pacific Limited, Maple Leaf Foods Inc. and Royal Bank of Canada. Former Director of The Molson Companies Ltd.
LAURENCE G. PATHY – MONTREAL, QUEBEC
President and CEO of Fednav Limited. Chairman of CSL Equity Investments Ltd., Federal Marine Terminals, Inc. and Navios Corporation. Former Chairman of the Canadian Shipowners Association. Director of a number of Canadian, U.S. and European companies.
GUY SAINT-PIERRE – MONTREAL, QUEBEC
Chairman (and former President and CEO) of SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. Former President and CEO of Ogilvie Mills Ltd. Former Quebec Minister of Industry and Commerce and Minister of Education. Director of Alcan Aluminium Ltd., BCE Inc., Bell Canada, General Motors of Canada Ltd. and Royal Bank of Canada. Named Canada’s 1996 Executive of the Year.
LYNTON R. WILSON – MONTREAL, QUEBEC
Chairman (and former CEO) of BCE Inc. Director of Bell Canada, Bell Canada International, CAE Inc., Chrysler Canada Ltd., DaimlerChrysler AG (Supervisory Board), Imperial Oil Limited, Ontario Power Generation Inc., Nortel Networks Corporation, Tate & Lyle plc and the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research. Member of the International Council of J.P. Morgan & Co.
WALTER B. WRISTON – NEW YORK, NY
Former Chairman and CEO of Citicorp and its principal subsidiary, Citibank, N.A. Director of Cygnus, Inc., ICOS Corporation, Skyview Media Group Inc., Vion Pharmaceuticals, Inc. and York International Corporation. Former Director of AEA Investors. Former Chairman of President Reagan’s Economic Policy Advisory Board.
ADAM H. ZIMMERMAN – TORONTO, ONTARIO
Retired Chairman and CEO of Noranda Forest Inc. Former President of Noranda Inc. Former Chairman of MacMillan Bloedel Limited. Director of Economic Investment Trust Limited. Former Director of Algoma Steel Inc., Celanese Canada Inc., Maple Leaf Foods Inc., Southam Inc., The Pittston Company and Toronto-Dominion Bank.“

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