#1322 Marine Links the Clansman Barry Pack to the Bhopal Sidley Bomb
Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked the Clansman Barry Pack tactical radio system – apparently procured for the STA* training of Barry Soetoro in 1981 in Quetta, Pakistan – to the water bombing of the Union Carbide plant in Bhopal, India, where Sidley Austin agent Bernardine Dohrn, allegedly equipped saboteurs with the Barry Pack to coordinate the pumping of 47 tons of water into a bath of methyl iso-cyanate (MIC) and trigger a lucrative ‘short for snuff swap’ of Union Carbide shares on the Dow in 1984.
STA = Deep penetration of the enemy’s behind for surveillance and target acquisition.
McConnell invites Lloyd’s insurance fraud investigators to check Sidley Austin insiders for their apparent use of the General Dynamics’ Bowman Barry Pack – the modern day equivalent of the Racal Clansman Barry Pack – to trigger underwater explosives and a catastrophe bond associated with the sinking of the Deepwater Horizon for which Barry (a.k.a. Barack Obama) has shaken down BP and Transocean for a total of $5.5 billion in fines paid into Kristine Marcy’s (nee McConnell) DOJ Asset Forfeiture Fund!
“Methyl isocyanate (MIC) is an organic compound with the molecular formula CH3NCO. Synonyms are isocyanatomethane, methyl carbylamine, and MIC. Methyl isocyanate is an intermediate chemical in the production of carbamate pesticides (such as carbaryl, carbofuran, methomyl, and aldicarb). It has also been used in the production of rubbers and adhesives. As a highly toxic and irritating material, it is extremely hazardous to human health. It was the principal toxin involved in the Bhopal disaster, which killed nearly 8,000 people initially and approximately 20,000 to 30,000 people in total.”
“A steep drop in the price of Union Carbide stock after the disaster in Bhopal , India, contributed to the Dow’s slump. It is one of the 30 stocks in the index. But activity involving Phillips, Mesa, and ITT broke the fall somewhat.”
“The Disaster On the evening of December 2, 1984, Tank 610 was almost full with 42 tons of MIC, Tank 611 contained 20 tons and Tank 619 contained one ton, although safety standards specified it should be empty. Now, even though winter in Bhopal, the lowest expected ambient temperature was only 15oC. The tanks were not being cooled so the internal temperature was around 20oC. This amount of stored MIC was in violation of all UCC safety standards, as was storing it above 0oC. (Lapierre & Moro, 2002). While there appears to be no argument that water in the MIC tanks contributed to a runaway reaction that lead to the gas leak, there is not a consensus on how the water got into the tanks. Union Carbide maintains that the water was put into the tanks as an act of sabotage by a “disgruntled plant employee, apparently bent on spoiling a batch of methyl isocyanate.” ( Browning, p. 1) However, Union Carbide has not named or pressed charges against this individual. A second and apparently more widely reported version of what happened that night is that an operator accidentally pumped water into the MIC tank during a routine maintenance. This version begins when second shift operator Rahman Khan was told to flush out some pipes with water (Lapierre & Moro, 2002). These pipes had developed “a plastic substance called trimer” that was created when MIC reacted with water (Shrivastava, 1992, p. 39). Khan was still new and not familiar with this task but followed instructions left by another employee, only these instructions had one step missing – he needed to put in solid discs called slip blinds (Shirvastava, 1992) to block the flow into the MIC tanks. He began flushing the pipes, and noted this in the logbook before leaving at the end of his shift (Lapierre & Moro, 2002). According to Shrivastava (1992), the maintenance supervisor was responsible for ensuring this maintenance procedure was properly performed, including the insertion of the slip blinds, but this position had been recently eliminated for both second and third shifts.”
“In a rerun of its infamous settlement order of February 14, 1989 by which all civil and criminal liabilities of Union Carbide Corporation (UCC) were exchanged for US$470 million, the Supreme Court of India in February 14, 1994 allowed the sale of UCC’s share holdings in its Indian subsidiary. The shares had been attached and their sale forbidden by the Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) of the Bhopal District Court on April 30, 1992 as a measure of ensuring the presence in court of Warren Anderson and other foreign accused. A few months before the attachment of shares, the Supreme Court in its final order on October 3, 1991 had directed Union Carbide to finance a fully equipped 500 bed hospital for the survivors of Bhopal. Following up on the final order and in a calculated move to wriggle itself free from the criminal proceedings UCC formed The Bhopal Hospital Trust on February 20, 1992.
The Trust was authorised by UCC to use part of the proceeds from the sale of the shares to the hospital in Bhopal. The sole trustee of this Trust is Sir Ian Percival an attorney in a law firm Sidley and Austin, one of the four US based firms retained by Union Carbide Corporation. In December 1993, Sir Percival who is also a former British Solicitor General, petitioned before the Supreme Court for permission to sell UCC’s shares that lay attached. CJM Mr. Gulab Sharma had foreseen such trickery and had expressly forbidden the sale of shares on the pretext of hospital building. In his order of April 30,1992 he sad “It is beyond comprehension why a company such as Union Carbide Corporation which has given 470 million dollars as compensation to the Bhopal gas victims can not give Rs. 50 crores for building a hospial from its own coffers”. After about two secret meetings between Percival and the Indian Officials in January-February 1994, the Indian government stated in Court that it agreed with Sir Percivals’ petition. As part of the deal, the Trust is to pay Rs. 60 crores (US$20 million) towards the hospital, Percival is to be the co-chairman of the committee that will oversee the setting up of the hospital, and he has been paid close to US$ 2 million for office expenses of the Trust! In a tone reminiscent of the Feb 14, 1989 order, the Supreme Court sanctified this “other settlement” on “humanitarian grounds””
More to follow.