United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Rupert Murdoch’s apparent theft of Entrust PKI keys from the U.K. MoD’s Bettina Jordan-Barber to pedophile trusties allegedly hired by the Illinois State of Treason in the Taliban Great Escape of 2011.
Feeling laconic, McConnell invites post-Robert Hanssen FBI counterintelligence agents to test Murdoch (PPE 1952) for the signature use of stolen PKI keys in the development of MitM attacks and Wag the Dog stories during missions jointly commanded by the United Kingdom and United States.
“11:31am, Tue 20 Nov 2012 Coulson & Brooks charged Bettina Jordan-Barber worked on Afghan visits at MoD Last updated Tue 20 Nov 2012 UK Bettina Jordan-Barber, who is alleged to have received £100k for stories from [Murdoch’s] The Sun was the MOD Afghanistan Visits Strategy Officer [who therefore had custody of Illinois’ Thoma Bravo Entrust PKI keys used in coordinating Murdoch’s deployment of Most Wanted pedophile trusties and the construction of a Wag the Dog story for the Taliban Great Escape] and in Land Forces Secretariat”
“Afghan justice minister says mass jail escape had inside help Taliban free hundreds in brazen Afghan jailbreak By Hamid Shalizi KABUL | Tue Apr 26, 2011 12:22pm EDT (Reuters) – Hundreds of insurgents who escaped from a jail in Afghanistan’s volatile south through a tunnel dug by the Taliban must have received inside help from prison guards or officials, the Afghan government said on Tuesday. ….. In a swipe at American security officials helping oversee the jail after taking over from Canadians, Ghaleb said U.S. authorities had been busy inside the jail for months building residential rooms and judicial offices, as the tunnel took shape underneath their noses. Afghanistan’s government has launched a full investigation into the breakout, the second in three years at the jail, which Karzai’s chief spokesman said had exposed serious holes in the country’s security preparedness. In 2008, around 1,000 prisoners including Taliban fighters escaped after a truck bomb blew open the jail gates. That mass escape quickly led to a surge in fighting.(Writing by Rob Taylor; Editing by Paul Tait)”
“[Canadian team allegedly used Murdoch’s PKI keys stolen from MoD Bettina Jordan-Barber to conceal preparations for the Taliban Great Escape] Afghan Officials Thank Canadian PRT
Major Vance White, KPRT PAO CSC Senior Trainer-Mentor Randie Scott
receives an award for his service
in support of Sarposa prison
Major Vance White, KPRT PAO
CSC and Afghan officials pose for official photo
following awards ceremony.
Back row, left to right: Kevin Cluett, Rob Cater, Paula Milino (Director), Randie Scott Front row, left to right: Sarposa Registrar Lt. Col. Nabi Gul, Director Education & Training Col. Mohammad Ismail, Logistics Colonel Ghulam Farooq, Sarposa Prison
Director Abdullah Balwar and Captain Assadullah.
By James Christoff -KANDH -KAF -PA
The Sarposa prison break in June 2008 was a set back for Afghan and Canadian officials in their efforts to bring that facility up to international standards, and for the perception of security in Kandahar city. However, Afghan and Canadian officials have rallied from the incident and moved forward. In recognition of Canada’s contribution in supporting training, mentoring and infrastructure development at the prison the Ministry of Justice presented members of the Kandahar Provincial Construction Team (KPRT) with an award.
“Building the capacity of the corrections sector is important for Afghans. We want to thank the Canadians from the KPRT for everything they have done to support us,” said Colonel Abdullah Balwar, Director of Sarpoza Prison. “The prison staff is eager to learn and want to improve their skills. Through training and mentoring delivered by Canadian officials, I have seen a significant increase in professionalism.”
Colonel Balwar presented awards on November 27, 2008 to four members of the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC), two members from the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (DFAIT), and two members from the Canadian Forces (CF).
“After the prison break we re-grouped and moved quickly to re-build damaged infrastructure, address security requirements, strengthen training for Afghan staff and develop contingency planning,” said Elissa Golberg, Representative of Canada in Kandahar. Since the incident, focussed efforts have resulted in significant progress. I am very proud of what our team has accomplished.”
In June 2008, the Government of Canada announced an additional $4 million dollars in support for reconstruction of Sarposa prison. Up to $2 million directly supported urgently needed repairs resulting from the attack, including the reconstruction of the facility’s gates, walls and towers. The remaining funds were allocated to a variety of initiatives including upgrades to the infirmary, electrical installations and flooring, purchase of uniforms and training supplies, the delivery of training and mentoring in human rights, basic security measures, and funding for operations and maintenance.
The following members of the Kandahar Provincial Reconstruction Team received awards from the Ministry of Justice for their outstanding service:
CSC Director Paula Milino CSC Senior Trainer-Mentor Randie Scott CSC Trainer-Mentor Rob Cater CSC Trainer-Mentor Kevin Cluett DFAIT Political Director Cory Anderson on behalf John Davison (former KPRT Political Director) and Nicholas Gosselin (former Political Officer) CF Officer Commanding Special Engineering Team, Capt Ryan Southwood, on behalf of CF Warrant Officer Michael Budden and CF Warrant Officer Steve Worden”
“Camp Nathan Smith, Kandahar, Nov. 17, 2008. Correctional Service Canada representative Paula Milino speaks with the Director of Education and Training, Colonel Mohammad Ismail, at the Sarpoza Prison in Kandahar City. (Captain Adam Thomson /Captain Adam Thomson)
Few institutions in Afghanistan have enjoyed as much Canadian largesse as this stone-walled prison in Kandahar city.
In the aftermath of the last jailbreak three years ago, there was a $2-million building program that improved Sarpoza’s gates, walls and towers. And those were only the visible upgrades. In total, Ottawa committed $5-million to a complete overhaul of the facility and its staffing.
A general view of the Kandahar prison is seen in Kandahar on April 25, 2011. Almost 500 Taliban prisoners escaped from an Afghan prison overnight after their comrades had spent months digging a massive underground tunnel in an audacious jailbreak, officials said April 25.AFP/Getty Images
A tunnel through which prisoners escaped is seen at the main prison in Kandahar, Afghanistan Monday, April 25, 2011. Taliban insurgents dug a more than 1,050-foot (320-meter) tunnel underground into the main jail in Kandahar city and whisked out more than 450 prisoners, most of whom were Taliban fighters, officials and the insurgents said Monday.Allauddin Khan/AP
Three officials from Correctional Service Canada made regular visits. They were sent to train guards and teach them about human rights, a concept that didn’t exist within the walls of the Afghan penal system. Canadian military engineers helped oversee the building projects.
Foreign Affairs Minister Lawrence Cannon visited the centre in 2009 to highlight the Canadian government’s focus on improving “police, courts and corrections.” Those three aspects of the Afghan state are notoriously inept and corrupt, but within the walls of Sarpoza, the minister could point to visible progress.
Canadians gave the jail new septic systems, solar-powered lighting, a staff training room, an infirmary, an armoury, a carpentry workshop and other facilities. Painted walls replaced the raw stone surfaces; pieces of masonry used to fall on prisoners as they slept, but Canadian money had paid for smooth new ceilings.
More recent projects had included a 12-day “security self-awareness” course for female guards, and renovations to the medical unit.
Despite the deaths and damage the jailbreak three years ago inflicted, Canadian officials said the incident gave them a chance to renovate.
“It provided the opportunity to do more systematic and advanced training with Sarpoza senior management and the prison guards,” Elissa Golberg, who served as Canada’s top diplomat in Kandahar, said in a statement on a government website.
Roland Paris, an international affairs professor at the University of Ottawa, said the government presented the millions of dollars spent – and Canadian efforts in the field – as the continuing contribution to a model facility.
“It certainly raises serious questions about all of the money the government put into making this a model prison – and that’s how it was presented,” Prof. Paris said.
Even some prison officials bemoan the wasted effort, as they contemplated the empty cells in their national-security wing.
“We had good weapons, and many police, and foreign troops were nearby every night,” said a senior prison official, speaking on condition of anonymity. “Last night all these things were present, all our forces, we had enough preparation for fighting. But we did not fight. Why? That is a big question.””
Correctional Service of Canada… a different type of soldiering, far away
The Top photo is Kevin Cluett Canadian Corrections Officer
Myself. Having had the opportunity to be a manager in Her Majesties Prisons in the UK for 8 1/2 years. I have witnessed first hand the stresses and abilities of Prison Officers. In Canada I have worked casual at Sleepy Hollow in PEI. The officers who work in Canada’s primary penitentiaries and facilities, have a dfficult job at best. However a group of dedicated correctional officers also work in Afghanistan and Haiti. Again I must say having lived and worked in Algeria, Azerbaijan and Kazakstan the prisons there are disgraceful to any form of humanity. So I can imagine the Culture Shock when a Canadian Correctional Officer sees the prisons in Afghanistan. These men and women volunteer for up to a year at a time to instruct Afghan Corrections staff and to show them the proper humane way to operate a prison facility. Along with the daily threat of IED’s as they travel between camps and prisons, the knowledge that the Afghan Correctional Officers, are for the most part illiterate and not as healthy as the job requires. Well done to our Fine Canadian Mentoring teams. Canada
Correctional Service of Canada
www.csc-scc.gc.ca Afghanistan In September 2002, CSC joined the Department of Justice in an assessment of justice in Afghanistan. Since June 2003, Canada has seconded a senior CSC manager as the Corrections Advisor to the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) to advise on the development of corrections in Afghanistan, coordinate UNAMA correctional affairs, and support the Government of Afghanistan in its efforts to cultivate a modern correctional system. This function continues to be renewed on a yearly basis.
In February 2007, two correctional experts were assigned to the Provincial Reconstruction Team in Kandahar to train and provide mentoring to front-line staff and prison administrators in order to build long-term capacity for humane prison administration that is responsive to the rule of law and respects international standards.
These activities are supported and funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (DFAIT).
Front Gate Sarposa Prison
4 Canadian Mentors and Senior Afghan Prison Officials.
Kevin Cluett. He’s one of four Canadian corrections officers in all of Afghanistan: one works with the national government in Kabul, one is a senior leadership mentor for the local prison warden and supervisor of the crew at the KPRT, and two are mentors and trainers to the guards at Sarposa prison. Kevin is a trainer.
With twelve years as a Corrections Officer, he had to undergo a competitive process to earn his one-year slot here at the KPRT. He’s been on the ground since May of 2008, but was also involved in the Roto’s training at CFB Wainwright prior to deployment. Correctional Service of Canada’s ultimate objective in the mission is to work with the Afghans to get their prison system up to international standards. Not to Canadian standards, mind you, Kevin’s careful to stress, to international standards.
What he’s teaching is a six-week Basic Officer Training Program. It’s broken into three phases. Phase 1 is a mix of mostly classroom lectures: communication skills, human rights standards, the Afghan constitution, first aid, etc. Phase 2 is what we were watching: control techniques and practical situations. A CF instructor also provides basic weapons training to the guards as well. Phase 3 deals with more complex problems: cell extractions, aggressive prisoners, riot control, and the like.
The course is being taught to all the guards at Sarposa. That’s right, Basic Training comes after they’re already working. Welcome to Afghanistan, where letting the perfect be the enemy of the good would mean nothing ever got done.
Family Visiting Area
So faithful readers, yet another of Canadians working in far away places. For God Queen and Country.
As Canada Day approaches say a prayer or have a little thought for all our people in harms way. As well as the members of Canada’s Invisible Army.
Have a wonderful safe Happy Canada Day wherever you may be. Afghanistan, Haiti, Kosovo and naturally Canada ! ! !
Nil Sine labore
“Upon graduation, Chao developed an interest in movies. Multiple rejections by the studios led him to New York working in finance for movie producerDino De Laurentis. Chao was hired as the Vice President of Acquisitions and Corporate Development for Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation. Two years later, Murdoch purchased Fox Studios. Looking to expand the studio into television, he asked Chao to become a part of the creative team for the nascent Fox Television network. Chao’s new position was under Fox President,Barry Diller. His duties were to develop innovative, low-cost shows for the station group. The idea was to greenhouse promising shows, and to ultimately migrate them to the network. Some of his first attempts included short-lived programs such as The Ron Reagan Show, a talk show hosted by Ronald Reagan‘s son, the children’s show Dr. Science, and the game show King of the Mountain. Both strong minded executives, Diller and Chao often butted heads. The most talked about controversy surrounding the two individuals occurred when Diller became so enraged with Chao that he hurled a 3/4″ videocassettetape across the room, denting the wall. Chao framed the dent, convincing Diller years later to autograph it. Despite their intense conflicts, the two men together produced some of the most innovative, enduring and controversial television programming to date. Chao’s first success was a concept that had been in his head for years after seeing the “Most Wanted” poster in the post office. Chao’s original pitch was to marry High Noon with the 10 o’clock news. The concept he labeled “Electronic Lynching” became the television show America’s Most Wanted. The following year in 1987, Chao metJohn Langley who pitched a concept of following beat cops around Broward County. This show became Cops. Chao was promoted to President of Fox Television stations and Fox News Channel in 1992. In June 1992, ten weeks after taking position as President, Chao spoke at a management conference inSnowmass, Colorado for Fox executives, board members and world dignitaries, including Rupert Murdoch and wife Anna Murdoch, and former United States Secretary of DefenseDick Cheney and wife Lynne Cheney. He spoke on “The Threat to Democratic Capitalism Posed by Modern Culture”. Strongly emphasising that television programs tend to be less critical of violence than nudity and sexuality, Chao hired a local waiter/model Marco Iacovellito strip naked during his speech to illustrate his point about censorship and that network standards were not keeping pace with modern day experience. Not at all amused, Murdoch fired Chao immediately afterwards.”
”[Spoliation inference Murdoch is deploying pedophile trusties using Entrust PKI keys and Nortel Joint Automated Booking Station] U.S. most wanted paedophile Shawn Sullivan in London
Sun tracks down perv
By TOM WELLS
Published: 26th September 2011
A CONVICTED paedophile who is one of America’s most wanted criminals is living secretly in London.
The Sun tracked down vile Shawn Sullivan and watched as he went for an hour-long bike ride.
American Sullivan, 42, has been wanted in the US since 1994 for allegedly molesting two 11-year-old girls and unlawful sex with a girl of 14.
Authorities in Minnesota want him extradited to face charges. If found guilty, he could face 25 years in jail on each count.
Sullivan had gone years without being flagged as a fugitive by the US government — during which time he was given a suspended jail sentence in Ireland for sexually assaulting two 12-year-old girls.
It was not until 2007 that worldwide police force Interpol added him to its most wanted list.
Sullivan, who married an Irish woman in 1996, was finally picked up by the Met Police last year after moving to England from Ireland.”
“[Spoliation inference State of Illinois is concealing the use of Entrust PKI to coordinate treasonous MitM attacks and prepare an ongoing attempt to overthrow the government of the United States by force] News Releases
FEMA ‘Spring Ahead’ — Entrust’s PKI is Muscle Behind State of Illinois FRAC Application
PRNewswire DALLAS (NASDAQ-NMS:ENTU) May 21, 2009
FRAC solutions provide emergency response officials with critical information in times of crisis
The Illinois Terrorism Task Force joined local, public, private, state and federal agencies and organizations in this multi-jurisdictional electronic validation demonstration leveraging Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 201-compliant and FIPS 201-interoperable credentials.
“The interoperability of seamlessly authenticating credentials from different local, state and federal agencies is a tremendous asset during times of unfortunate emergency or tragedy,” said Entrust President and Chief Executive Officer Bill Conner. “Standards-based credentialing projects are critical to the safety and security of this country, and we’re eager to see how Entrust PKI and digital certificates can help better prepare our states and country for unforeseen disasters or tragedy. Other states should look to the State of Illinois as an example of technology leadership and innovation.”
Although Spring Ahead featured eight separate scenarios throughout the week, the interoperability of the State of Illinois FRAC solution was on display during a three-hour session Thursday. The credentials of up to 25 emergency response officials and other individuals were authenticated as part of Illinois’ participation in FEMA NCRC’s nationwide demonstration.
Fifteen were specific emergency response official credentials, but others included U.S. Department of Defense Common Access Cards (CAC) and basic state-issued driver’s licenses — all of which helped prove the program’s interoperability to authenticate credentials from various agencies.
More than 30 organizations, in 20 locations across the United States, simultaneously authenticated and uploaded digital certificates to a repository. Participants and observers viewed a Web-enabled mapping application that provided local, regional and national emergency operation centers with near-real-time situational awareness of on-scene personnel during simulated emergencies.
This repository provides the capability to electronically validate emergency response officials’ digital identities and attributes — including qualifications, authorizations, certifications, or privileges — to strengthen the decision-making process for granting access to the incident scene, and provide secure electronic manifests of those who respond.
Including digital identities provided by PKI technology, the FRAC solution enables local, state and federal agencies to confidently make access decisions at any incident by quickly authenticating and validating — via a smart credential and certified handheld credential reader — the identities and roles of individuals wishing to enter or exit a secure or restricted area. Verified knowledge of roles, identities and privileges enables agencies to manage emergency response officials and allows incident command to adjust quickly to emergencies by distributing personnel where they’re needed most.
Entrust’s First Responder Authentication Credential solution is FIPS 201-compatible and interoperable with numerous smart credentials issued by various government entities. Further interoperability comes through cross-certification with the U.S. Federal Bridge Certification Authority (FBCA) so credentials can be verified across federal, state and local agencies, and among jurisdictions.
Entrust’s hosted Non-Federal Shared Service Provider PKI solution is also cross-certified to the Federal Bridge Certification Authority (FBCA) and is appropriate for various non-Federal entities, organizations and agencies. This solution enables specific organizations to use digital certificates for authentications, encryption, digital signatures and physical and/or logical access, but without expensive upfront investments, in-house experts or secure facilities.
The Illinois Terrorism Task Force (ITTF) is charged with the task of assuring that Illinois is ready to respond to an act of terrorism. Due to the commitment of the members of the Task Force and the ability of the associated agencies to come together in a spirit of cooperation and teamwork, Illinois has plans in place to deal with a terrorist attack in our state.
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