Marine Links Sister’s 8(a) Auction of al-Qaeda Keys to Murdoch Bribes and BBC Feeds
United States Marine Field McConnell has linked his sister Kristine Marcy’s auction of 8(a) loans and PKI root keys for operations by al Qaeda – Arab American partition of SBA company database – to Rupert Murdoch’s (PPE 1952) bribery of U.K. MoD officials and Wag the Dog news feeds, apparently staged by former BBC Head of Current Affairs, Lord Hall (PPE 1972), who stupidly exposed a 20 minute delay in the 9/11 demolition of WTC Building #7.
Feeling laconic, McConnell invites of The Jim’ll Fix Its aptly-named Obama counterintelligence services to take their fingers from where DOJ Pride suns don’t shine and check his sister’s emasculation of the FBI’s retired CSI explosive expert Donald Sachtleben and ongoing bribes paid by Murdoch’s PACT* associates who allegedly procured 8(a) keys for various al-Qaeda projects including the production of the “first live-broadcast mass snuff film in human history” on 9/11.
PACT = Paperclip Alibis (or Aliens) Crimewatch Timelines = Rico M.O. of Oxford PPEists since the 1920s.
Abel Danger Mischief Makers – Mistress of the Revels – ‘Man-In-The-Middle’ Attacks
Kristine Marcy’s 8(a) crime scenes hide VideoGuard pics of Captain Chic
Ms. Kristine M. Marcy – Executive Consultant
“BBC [Lord Hall – PPE 1973] and FOX [Murdoch – PPE 1952] Reports WTC 7 Collapse Before It Happens.wmv”
Elisabeth Murdoch’s Shine/Impossible TV used 8(a) al-Qaeda key for Wag the Dog special effects
“Anthony William Hall, Baron Hall of Birkenhead, CBE (born 3 March 1951), usually known as Tony Hall, has been chief executive of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden since 2001. His early career was spent at the BBC, where he became Director of News in 1993. He became a crossbench member of the House of Lords on 22 March 2010. From March 2013, Hall will be Director-General of the BBC. Hall was born in Birkenhead, Wirral, England in 1951. He was educated at King Edward’s School, Birmingham, Birkenhead School and Keble College, Oxford, where he studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE). After graduating, Hall joined the BBC as a trainee in 1973, initially working in the Belfast newsroom. He later worked as producer on Today, The World at One, The World Tonight, and PM. Among his career achievements are the launch of BBC Parliament, Radio 5 Live,BBC News 24, BBC News Online, and the editorship of the 9 O’Clock News at the early age of 34. He was director of News and Current Affairs Television at the BBC between 1990 and 1993 and, combining TV and radio, became director of News for the BBC in 1993. He was Head of Current Affairs between 1996 and 2001. In 1999 he was an unsuccessful candidate for the position ofDirector General of the BBC. On 22 November 2012 he was appointed Director-General of the BBC, expected to start in March 2013.”
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