Marine Links Mrs. Clegg to RAF RapidEye Snuff-Film Cycles and al-Hilli Fractured Skull
United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Mrs. Clegg to an RAF snuff-film escrow service involving the use of RapidEye crime-scene mapping cycles by the snuff-film actors who fractured Zainab al-Hilli’s skull.
McConnell invites rebuttal to his claim that Mrs. Clegg – guided by the late RAF Air Marshal Timothy Garden – developed Libor escrow waivers to pay for RapidEye snuff-film mapping cycles and, in the case of Zainab al-Hilli, pay for snuff-film content which can be shown to any extorted patriots who might object to a merger between BAE and EADS.
“No suspect in Al-Hilli murder: solution ‘could be years away’ LAST UPDATED AT 13:33 ON THU 13 SEP 2012 ONE WEEK after the killing in the French Alps of the al-Hilli family from Claygate made headlines across Europe, the police investigation continues in Surrey and in the woods near Lake Annecy amid rising fears that the crime’s solution is a very long way off. … While “heartbroken” relatives of the al-Hilli family “hope that those responsible for the deaths of our loved ones are brought swiftly to justice”, there is every indication that it won’t be swift. The prosecutor overseeing the investigation is quoted as saying it could take as long as a decade to discover what happened … ZAINAB – SOLITARY WITNESS: The extent of injuries suffered by Zainab, protected by a dozen guards at the hospital in Grenoble in case the killer returns, is now clear. The injuries to her skull – two subdural hematomas – are so severe that she may suffer permanent brain damage. She also suffered a fractural orbital bone – the bone that surrounds the eye – and could be left permanently blinded in one eye. As the French authorities stress, she is very young and very damaged. Delicate, preliminary questioning suggests she may remember very little of what happened. MAILLAUD – DOWNBEAT PROSECUTOR: Annecy prosecutor Eric Maillaud, due to visit Claygate today, has admitted that French police are nowhere near finding the killers. As Le Parisien reports, they have leads to follow but no clear motive and no suspect. Asked when the crime might be solved, the Daily Mail says Maillaud responded: “We might have the answers in two, three or ten years – it’s a painstaking procedure.” Alluding to crime-solving TV shows like CSI, he said: “It’s not like the American TV series where they solve everything in 45 minutes.” …. How might his work as an aerospace engineer have put him in harm’s way? The Daily Telegraph reported a friend saying he worked on the design of the galley for the Airbus 380, the world’s largest passenger plane. Other reports say he worked on satellite mapping. Might such contracts have made him susceptible to blackmail by terrorists?”
“Alps carnage ‘like Hollywood scene’
(UKPA) – 38 minutes ago
A cyclist who stumbled across the French Alps massacre has described finding “heads with bullet holes in them” in a scene reminiscent of a Hollywood film.
Brett Martin likened the carnage in the secluded car park to a set from TV crime series CSI Miami as the man leading the investigation said the clue to the four murders lay in Britain.
Mr Martin was the first witness to arrive at the spot where engineer Saad al-Hilli, 50, his dentist wife Iqbal, 47, and her elderly mother were blasted to death at the top of a hill in the Combe d’Ire forest, near Chevaline.
Speaking for the first time, he told how he found the al-Hillis’ daughter Zainab, seven, “stumbling” around, bleeding and “moaning”, close to the family car. Mr Martin has been credited for potentially saving Zainab’s life. The child, who was shot in the shoulder and badly beaten around the head, is now recovering in hospital.
Next to the BMW lay the body of Sylvain Mollier, 45, a French cyclist who apparently stumbled across the attack. The wheels of the vehicle itself were still spinning and its engine was revving. Inside, Mr Martin made out three bodies.
“It was pretty much what you would imagine a set from (TV crime series) CSI Miami would be like,” he told the BBC. “There was a lot of blood and heads with bullet holes in them.”
He added: “I’ve never seen people who have been shot before… it seemed to me just like a Hollywood scene and if someone had said ‘cut’ and everyone had walked away, that would have been it. But unfortunately it was real life. It became quite obvious, now, taking stock, that it was a gun crime.”
After checking on the bodies in the car, Mr Martin said there was no sign of the al-Hillis’ younger daughter Zeena, four, who had been cowering underneath her mother’s body during the brutal attack.
Mr Maillaud – who was accompanied by examining magistrate Michel Mollin, another senior member of the inquiry team – said it was “without any doubt that the reasons and causes (for the killings) have their origins in this country”.
Police have revealed they are probing three lines of inquiry, focusing on Mr al-Hilli’s work, his family and links to his native Iraq. The aerospace engineer had been holidaying with his relatives at a campsite near Lake Annecy when they were attacked at 4pm last Wednesday.
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“Air Marshal Timothy Garden, Baron Garden, KCB, FRAeS, FRUSI, FCGI (23 April 1944 – 9 August 2007) was a senior commander in the Royal Air Force and later became a university professor and a Liberal Democrat politician. Garden gained degrees from both Oxford and Cambridge Universities. He was a pilot in the Royal Air Force for 32 years and retired as an Air Marshal. He then moved to academia and was Director of Chatham House before moving to university defence research. He became an adviser to the Liberal Democrats and was their defence spokesman in the House of Lords. He was married to Susan, who was made a life peer as Baroness Garden of Frognal in September 2007.”
“Reuters [Libor data compiler for RapidEye escrow snuff films]
UK government “positive on BAE-EADS mega-merger”
Investors see obstacles, risks to BAE-EADS tie-up
BAE, EADS talks may spur more mergers
Wed, Sep 12 2012
UK’s Cameron keeps Osborne in shuffle of ministers
Tue, Sep 4 2012
LONDON | Thu Sep 13, 2012 11:27am EDT
(Reuters) – British prime minister David Cameron supports the potential $64 billion merger between UK defense contractor BAE Systems (BAES.L) and European aerospace group EADS (EAD.PA), according to senior members of parliament.
“I think he (Cameron) will be pretty pleased to see this deal happen,” said former armed forces minister Nick Harvey, who last week lost his post at the Ministry of Defence as part of the prime minister’s cabinet reshuffle.
“I think the government will be pretty happy with it, because … ultimately this will be a strong company that is going to be in a very good position to supply the European civil and defence market,” he added.
EADS and BAE Systems announced on Wednesday that they were in advanced talks over a mega-merger to create an industry giant, in what would be the biggest shake-up in Europe’s aerospace and defence sector in more than a decade.
In the potential tie-up, EADS would own 60 percent and BAE 40 percent of the new firm.
Peter Luff, a former Conservative defence minister who also left the government in last week’s reshuffle, told Reuters that BAE Systems had been talking to the government for “several weeks” before plans for the proposed merger were disclosed.
“The government obviously wanted to test the national security issues around it … but I was not aware of a corporate view in government as I left, beyond making sure we actually protected our national interests in this,” said Luff.
Asked how the British government would fulfill its aim of ensuring that the public interest was protected in the deal, Cameron’s official spokesman said: “We will work with the companies to ensure that that happens. They have been keeping us informed of their discussions and will continue to do so.”
(Reporting by Tim Castle and Rhys Jones; editing by Steve Addison)”
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