Marine Links Sister to Misprision of 8(a) Forfeiture Fund and the Benghazi Same Sex Rape

United States Marine Field McConnell has linked his sister Kristine Marcy to the Misprision of the DOJ Asset Forfeiture Fund where her erstwhile DOJ Pride insiders allegedly engaged in the ‘equitable sharing’ of confiscated assets among the U.S. Small Business Administration 8(a) companies which helped to execute the ‘gang-bang‘ same sex-rape in Benghazi of U.S. Ambassador to Libya, Christopher Stevens .

Prequel 1:

“Policing for Profit – The Abuse of Civil Asset Forfeiture [Marcy and Holder have been co-custodians of the fund since 1984 and she funded buy-in of AT&T Clipper chips for same-sex surveillance by DOJ Pride insiders of hetero-citizens]

“Michael Savage: Ambassador Stevens Raped and Sodomized Before Murder”

“[Spoliation inference from manipulated timeline evidence of Libor, Fast and Furious and money laundering rackets, that Marcy is engaged in a Misprision on the 8(a) Forfeiture Fund with kickbacks to 8(a) companies engaged in extortion including rape] HSBC fined further £500m by US authorities 

By: Information Daily Staff Writer 
Published: Monday, November 5, 2012 – 13:44 GMT 

British bank HSBC is set to pay an extra $800m (£500m) for US money laundering fines, following a $700m (£437m) hit disclosed in its half-year results in July, analysts say. 

HSBC has announced a 51% fall in a third quarter profit, as the bank takes further hits on US anti-laundering fines and mis-selling insurance in the UK. 

The bank confirmed it was setting aside another $800m (£500m) to cover fines from US authorities, taking the total bill to $1.5bn (£937m). 

The expected fines relate to inadvertent breaches by HSBC of anti-money laundering procedures in its Mexican operations which are now under investigation by a string of powerful US watchdogs. 

Earlier this year, HSBC paid a fine of $28m (£17m) to Mexican authorities for non-compliance with money laundering controls. American investigators released a report which said approximately $7bn had been physically transported within 24 months across the border from Mexico to the US. 

The US investigations sparked by the Mexican offences prompted HSBC CEO Stuart Gulliver to launch an overhaul of the bank’s compliance operation. 

HSBC has also become embroiled in the Libor rate-fixing scandal, alongside with several US and Swiss banks, after two US state attorney generals launched investigations. They were accused of artificially inflating interest rates ahead of the crash to increase profits, and massaging them down in the wake of the crisis. This made it appear that their reputation was unharmed and they could access cheap funds in the market. 

Gulliver, however, whose bonuses are tied to the bank’s reputation, did not make provision for any fine or legal cases. Barclays, on the other hand, has been fined £290m for Libor manipulation. 

HSBC warned no agreement has been made and the cost of its laundering actions, much of it suspected to come from Mexican drug cartels, could be “higher, possibly significantly higher”.


“Polluted” HSBC failed to control money laundering says US Senate Committee (17 Jul, 2012)

Turkish Bank (UK) Ltd fined £294,000 for money laundering failings (2 Aug, 2012)

Banking Scandal: Barclays has been fined £290m for “inexcusable” manipulation of the Libor rate (28 Jun, 2012)

Libor Sandal: UK Serious Fraud Office will launch investigation into rate rigging (7 Jul, 2012)

Mr Gulliver, who took over the running of HSBC in 2011, after the offences in Mexico took place, said in July that it was right that the bank be held accountable for them.

The bank said it also set aside an extra $353m (£220m) to compensate UK customers over mis-selling of payment protection insurance (PPI), raising the total estimated cost to £1.12bn.

If the eventual settlement does reach as high as $1.12bn, it would be one of the largest punishments ever meted out to a British bank.”

“Thursday, November 01, 2012 

FAST AND FURIOUS IN BE.”NGHAZI: Timing of Attack Hints at Double-Cross of White House Gun-Running Operation by Turkey 

[Libya HSBC Bank Middle East Limited Libyan Representative Office, 19th Floor, Al Fateh Tower, P.O.Box 630, Tripoli, Libya Tel: +218-21-3362062 / 63 / 64 Fax: +218-21-3362065 Vice Chairman: Timothy S Gray Email: Timothy S GRAY/HBME/HSBC] 


A reasonable person would deduce from these stories that the United States was running weapons (does “Fast and Furious” ring a bell?) from Libya to Syria using Turkey as a go-between. The end result turned out to be a complete disaster — like everything this administration attempts. 

The Libyan weapons likely went to the Muslim Brotherhood and a Turkish diplomat appears to have helped set up the assassination of Ambassador Stevens. 

From Director Blue:

Clare Lopez is an international security consultant at the Centre for Counterintelligence and Security Studies. She is uniquely qualified to analyze the intelligence and defense communities not only through her current professional connections, but also because of her 20-year background with the CIA. She served for 20 years as an operations officer specializing in counterintelligence, counternarcotics, and counterproliferation programs. 

Today, writing at, Lopez spots a very troubling anomaly with the timeline of the Benghazi attack. And, as if there aren’t enough unanswered questions about the attacks and the subsequent White House cover-up, her discovery has the potential to implicate Turkish officials in the murders. 

…Ambassador Christopher Stevens held his last meeting of the day on September 11 with [a]] Turkish diplomat [Ali Sait Akin] from 7:30pm to 8:30pm and then escorted him out to the compound gate to bid farewell. At that point, the briefing states, “Everything is calm at 8:30 p.m. There’s nothing unusual.” 

But the AP witnesses said that, “The neighbors all described the militants setting up checkpoints around the compound at about 8 p.m.” The checkpoints were described as being manned by bearded jihadis in pickup trucks mounted with heavy machine guns and bearing the logo of the Al-Qaeda terror franchise, Ansar al-Shariah. 

That means that the Turkish Consul General would have had to pass out through the blockade as he departed the American compound and left the area. There is no record that he phoned a warning to his American colleague, the one he’d just had dinner with, Ambassador Stevens. Given the description of the blockade around the American compound and of the jihadis and their trucks that were manning it, it seems unlikely that the he somehow just failed to notice. “[N]o one could get out or in,” according to one neighbor interviewed by the AP. 

Except for the Turkish Consul General, it would appear. 

Stevens was a sitting duck, a target surrounded by the jihadist attackers who shortly would take his life and that of his Public Affairs Officer, Sean Smith. 

…Similarly, this raises the question of the Libyan gate guards from the “February 17 Martyrs Brigade,” the jihadi militia subcontracted by the British firm Blue Mountain, which was the prime contractor for the U.S. Benghazi compound security contract [organized with ‘liquidation’ authority delegated to Clinton’s USAID workers by Kristine Marcy’s 8(a) lenders and co-ordinaated on JABS timelines by HSBC the Fast and Furious banker!] … [T]he Libyans of the Martyrs Brigade surely must have been [aware of the checkpoints]. Yet they provided no warning to the Ambassador and his people either, because again, according to the State Department briefing, the American security officers inside were taken by surprise when the first gunshots and explosions rang out around 9:40 pm… 

 In other words, the Turkish Consul General met with Stevens — the discussion topics of which have not been released by the State Department — and then left the Ambassador, drove safely through a newly-established terrorist checkpoint, and disappeared into the night without warning his colleague. 

 “(Reuters) – A Libyan militant suspected by Egypt of involvement in last month’s attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya has been killed during a raid by Egyptian security forces in Cairo, a security official said on Thursday. 

The Libyan was killed on Wednesday in a raid targeting him and other militants with suspected links to al Qaeda in Cairo’s eastern district of Nasr City, the official said. Four Egyptian militants were detained in the operation, he added. 

The Libyan, identified as Karim Ahmed Essam el-Azizi, was killed by a bomb he had tried to use against the security forces during the raid, the security official said. 

It was not immediately clear what role Azizi had played in the assault on the U.S. consulate in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi on September 11, in which the ambassador, Chris Stevens, and three other Americans were killed. 

The security official, who asked not to be named, said Azizi had been living in a rented apartment in Nasr City for the past three months. He said police had found 15 bombs and various weapons, including assault rifles, in the Libyan’s flat. 

The attack on the Benghazi consulate has become a highly politicized issue in the U.S. presidential election campaign. 

It occurred during a wave of Muslim protest over an anti-Islam film produced in California, which also sparked violence against U.S. diplomatic missions in Tunisia and Egypt. 

However, official emails obtained by Reuters showed that the White House and State Department were advised two hours after the consulate attack that an Islamist militant group had claimed responsibility. 

President Barack Obama and other U.S. officials have acknowledged that the attack was a “terrorist” act by militants with suspected links to al Qaeda affiliates or sympathizers. 

(Reporting by Ahmed Tolba and Yasmine Saleh, Writing by Yasmine Saleh; Editing by Alistair Lyon)”

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