Marine Links Serco Con Air and Marcy Prison to Anal Rape of Ambassador Stevens

United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco’s Con Air (JPATS) support for his sister Kristine Marcy’s prison medical (?) program to the anal rape of US Ambassador Christopher Stevens in the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya on 9/11 2012.

 McConnell claims his sister formed a joint venture with Serco and Krayleigh Enterprises in the ‘80s to develop a prison-based snuff-film scriptwriter’s guild where ‘trusties’ procured images of medical experiments on prison inmates (cf. tasers, tainted blood) and/or the anal rape of children (cf. JonBenet Ramsey) and/or of adults (cf. Ambassador Stevens), for use by same-sex radicals in DOJ Pride to extort concessions from U.S. political and military leaders.

 
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“Revealed: Ringleader behind ‘al-Qaeda attack that killed U.S. ambassador was former Guantanamo inmate handed over to Libya by America’

Sufyan Ben Qumu was classified as a ‘medium to high’ national security risk before his release from American custody

Qumu reportedly was Osama bin Laden’s driver and worked for the al-Qaeda founder’s company in Sudan

Libyans promised to keep him behind bars, but he was released in 2010

Qumu was a former Libyan army tank driver and became a leader of the rebels during the uprising 


By Michael Zennie
PUBLISHED: 22:42 GMT, 19 September 2012 | UPDATED: 13:24 GMT, 20 September 2012 



Leader: Sufyan Ben Qumu, who has known extremist ties, became one of the top commanders of rebel forces in Benghazi. 


A former al-Qaeda terrorist released from Guantanamo Bay is believed to be the leader of the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, that killed four Americans, including the US Ambassador, it was revealed on Wednesday. 


Sufyan Ben Qumu, who was reportedly once Osama bin Laden’s driver, was let out of the US military detention center in Cuba in 2007 and turned over to the government of Muammar Gaddafi on the condition he be kept behind bars. 


Now, Fox News reports he may have led the September 11 attack on the American consulate that resulted in the death of John Christopher Stevens — the first US Ambassador killed by violence overseas since 1979. 


The US military characterized him as a ‘medium to high’ risk to national security while he was in US custody and he refused to cooperate with authorities and explain his past associations with Islamic extremists. 


Qumu, 53, is a Libyan army veteran who was jailed by Qaddafi and later escaped and moved to Sudan, where he worked for one of Osama bin Laden’s holding companies. 


According to some reports, he was bin Laden’s driver during his time at the company. 



However, he denies this. 


He also fought against the Soviets in Afghanistan with the Mujaheddin. Later he took up arms against the Northern Alliance and fought alongside the Tabliban. 


Later, he moved to Pakistan and slipped across the border into Afghanistan, where he began working at a charity that was a front for al-Qaeda in the summer of 2001. 


He was arrested in Pakistan by local authorities shortly after the US invasion of Afghanistan. He was taken to the Guantanamo Bay detention center and held there for six years. 


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Attack: Qumu was characterized by the US military as a ‘medium to high’ national security risk. 



Deadly: Four people died, including US Ambassador Christopher Stevens, during an assault on the US Consulate in Benghazi, Libya.


Despite his lengthy association with extremists, including the 9-11 mastermind and al-Qaeda leader himself, the military recommended in a 2005 report sending him back to his home country of Libya. 


In 2007, Qumu was released from Gitmo and turned over to Gaddafi on the condition that he be kept in prison. 


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But, in 2010 Gaddafi freed him from the notorious Abu Salim prison in Tripoli, along with 37 other prisoners, to celebrate the dictator’s 41st year in power. 


During the uprising, Qumu emerged as a leader of the rebels. 


He was a tank driver during his time in the Libyan army, though he had been arrested several times on drug and alcohol offenses. 


Tragic: John Christopher Stevens is the first US Ambassador to be killed by violence overseas since 1979. He apparently died of smoke inhalation after the attack on the consulate in Benghazi
Victims: Sean Smith (left), 34, was a foreign service computer expert who had previously been posted to Baghdad. Glen Doherty, 42, was a former US Navy SEAL who was working as a private security contractor 



The report came as a senior US official called the assault on the American diplomatic outpost a ‘terrorist attack.’ 


It was the first time the White House has referred to the deadly incursion as terrorism and it undermines the US position that it was ‘spontaneous.’ 


‘Yes, they were killed in the course of a terrorist attack on our embassy,’ Director of the National Counterterrorism Center Matt Olsen told a Senate hearing on Wednesday. 


Wrecked: The consulate was badly damaged in the attack that forced US personnel to flee
Extremists: The Libyan government blamed the attack on Islamic extremists angry over the release of a trailer [scripted in a Marcy prison] for an American anti-Islam movie.



In addition to Mr Stevens, who friends said devoted his life to promoting peace and cultural understanding, three other Americans were killed when a mob attacked and burned the consulate in former rebel stronghold city. 


Sean Smith, a foreign service officer, was a 34-year-old father of two. Glen Doherty, 42, was a former US Navy SEAL who was working at the consulate as a private security contractor. 


The attack on the consulate came after the release of a trailer for the controversial movie ‘The Innocence of Muslims,’ which paints a portrait of Islam that many in the Muslim world find deeply offensive. 


Destruction: The White House maintains that attack was the work of a mob of Islamic extremists, not organized terrorists 


Protests: Unrest remains high in Libya after the release of ‘The Innocence of Muslims’
The White House maintains that there was no evidence the attack was preplanned by a terrorist group — rather, they say, it appears to have been a spontaneous mob of Islamic extremists. 



‘We are looking at indications that individuals involved in the attack may have had connections to Al Qaeda or Al Qaeda’s affiliates, in particular Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb,’ Mr Olsen told the Senate. 


However, he added, ‘the facts that we have now indicate that this was an opportunistic attack on our embassy, the attack began and evolved and escalated over several hours.’
VIDEO: Last video of Chris Stevens being dragged from the embassy 



VIDEO: Gunmen attack U.S. consulate in Benghazi September 11th 


Read more: Fox News: Al Qaeda, ex-Gitmo detainee behind consulate attack, intelligence sources say” 


“Daily Mail ..How the Krays ran a protection business for Sinatra and Co from behind bars By Vanessa Allen 


UPDATED: 01:50 GMT, 2 January 2010 


The Kray twins ran a lucrative bodyguard and ‘protection’ business for Hollywood stars from behind bars which prison officials were powerless to stop, secret documents reveal today. 


The gangland crime lords controlled the business from their cells while Reggie was in jail and paranoid schizophrenic Ronnie was in Broadmoor high-security hospital.
The brothers boasted on their business card that their clients included ‘Hollywood stars and Arab Noblemen’, such as singer Frank Sinatra, adding: ‘We have never lost a client.’ 



‘We have never lost a client’ : While behind bars, Reggie (l) and Ronnie Kray ran a protection business for the rich and famous 


The Krays, who had been jailed for life for murder, said their services included bodyguards, security and ‘house protection’ – a chilling echo of the protection racket they ran in the East End. 


Sinatra was said to have recruited an 18-strong team of bodyguards from the firm, Krayleigh Enterprises, before his June 1985 visit to the Wimbledon tennis tournament.
Before they were arrested in 1968, the Krays mixed with many stars of the era, including Sinatra, Judy Garland, Diana Dors, and Barbara Windsor. 



Some even visited them in prison. Officials at Broadmoor raised the alarm to the Home Office in July 1985, after finding one of Ronnie Kray’s business cards. 


Frank Sinatra was said to have hired 18 bodyguards from the twins’ company Krayleigh Enterprises in 1985 


But amazingly they claimed they were powerless to ban the fledgling company, which the twins ran with their brother, Charlie, and another man who was not in prison. 


The memo to the Home Office questioned whether the Krays should be allowed to run the business, but warned there were no provisions to stop Ronnie as he was held under the Mental Health Act. 


The memo, written by an unnamed Broadmoor official, said: ‘As far as I know there is nothing in the Mental Health Act to prevent people setting up companies but I know less about the regulations relating to prisons and the law relating to companies. 


‘Clearly, however, I do not want the Krays to be seen to be using Broadmoor and it may well be that if he is well enough to be the director of a company he is too well to be in Broadmoor.’ 


The memo, on headed Broadmoor paper, was contained in a prison dossier on the Kray twins released under Freedom of Information legislation. 


The dossier did not include the Home Office’s response to the memo, although an unnamed civil servant has scribbled ‘Advice please!’ on the top of the letter. 


The file contained a photocopy of a Krayleigh Enterprises business card, which listed all three brothers as directors and added: ‘Personal aides to the Hollywood stars and Arab Noblemen.’

The Kray twins were both held at Parkhurst Prison on the Isle of Wight after they were convicted of the murder of Jack ‘The Hat’ McVitie and sentenced to life in 1969. 


Ronnie was also convicted of the murder of George Cornell, whom he shot dead for calling him a ‘fat poof’. A decade later he was transferred to Broadmoor.
He was never released from the high security unit, and died in 1995 



‘Powerless’: Officials at Broadmoor (above) raised the alarm to the Home Office in July 1985, after finding one of Ronnie Kray’s business cards – but were not allowed to ban the fledgling company 


Reggie was released on compassionate grounds in 2000 after he was diagnosed with terminal cancer, but died a month later. 


The file described Ronnie as an ‘active and predatory homosexual’ in jail, and said officers had once found him in bed with another inmate. 


His bed-mate was threatened with solitary confinement, but on other occasions prison officers appear to have turned a blind eye to Kray’s relationships to keep him calm before his transfer to Broadmoor. 



They said the paranoid schizophrenic’s prison relationships were a ‘stabilising’ influence on him. 


Kray was plunged into fits of despair when his prison ‘passions’ were thwarted and often became violent, according to his jailers’ notes. 


A 1977 report on Kray’s progress at Parkhurst said: ‘Ronald Kray remains an active and predatory homosexual, and cares little who knows it. 


‘He presents as a near moron in good physical condition but mentally dull. There are occasional glimpses in his behaviour of a latent violence.’ 



Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1239926/How-Krays-ran-protection-business-Sinatra-Co-bars.html#ixzz271NBG8tj” 

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