Plum City – (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked SABRE reservation patent-pool devices apparently procured by his sister, Kristine Marcy, for Serco’s Hotel Internet Triage (S.H.I.T.) teams through the MI-3 Innholders Livery Company, to the phoney paramedics who allegedly used Paris Ritz web communications to track into the Princess Diana crash scene and ensure she was D.O.A. at the Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital.
McConnell claims that his sister uses Canada’s SABRE/JABS-booking networks and Serco’s Con Air prisoner-tagging systems to pre-deploy hotel-based triage teams at nearby crime scenes and ensure that witnesses to murder for hire are too dead or too scared to expose the MI-3 S.H.I.T. conspiracy.
McConnell reminds his MI-3 sister, her agents and others who may be concerned, of 18 USC § 1958 …
“18 USC § 1958 – Use of interstate commerce facilities in the commission of murder-for-hire
Current through Pub. L. 113-36. (See Public Laws for the current Congress.)
(a) Whoever travels in or causes another (including the intended victim) to travel in interstate or foreign commerce, or uses or causes another (including the intended victim) to use the mail or any facility of interstate or foreign commerce, with intent that a murder be committed in violation of the laws of any State or the United States as consideration for the receipt of, or as consideration for a promise or agreement to pay, anything of pecuniary value, or who conspires to do so, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned for not more than ten years, or both; and if personal injury results, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned for not more than twenty years, or both; and if death results, shall be punished by death or life imprisonment, or shall be fined not more than $250,000, or both.
(b) As used in this section and section 1959—
(1) “anything of pecuniary value” means anything of value in the form of money, a negotiable instrument, a commercial interest, or anything else the primary significance of which is economic advantage;
(2) “facility of interstate or foreign commerce” includes means of transportation and communication; and
(3) “State” includes a State of the United States, the District of Columbia, and any commonwealth, territory, or possession of the United States.”
MI-3B = Livery Company patent-pool supply-chain users of Privy Purse and Forfeiture Fund
Marcy (Forfeiture Fund – KPMG Small Business Loan Auction – Con Air Medical JABS)
+ Inkster (Privy Purse – KPMG tax shelter – RCMP Wandering Persons – Loss Adjuster fraud)
+ Interpol (Berlin ‘41-‘45 – Operation Paperclip Foreign Fugitive – William Higgitt – Entrust)
+ Intrepid (William Stephenson – GAPAN, Mariners patent pools – Wild Bill Pearl Harbor 9/11)
+Baginski (Serco Information Technologists Skynet sodomite mesh, KPMG Consulting Tillman)
MI-3 = Marine Interruption Intelligence and Investigation unit set up in 1987 to destroy above
McConnell’s Book 12 www.abeldanger.net shows agents in his Marine Interruption, Intelligence and Investigations (MI-3) group mingling in various OODA exit modes with agents of the Marcy Inkster Interpol Intrepid (MI-3) Livery protection racket based at Skinners’ Hall, Dowgate Hill.
#1792 Marine Links Obama MI-3 BlackBerry S.H.I.T. to Blue Mountain Tibesti Benghazi Rape
Prequel 2: Macdonald Dettwiler and Associates – Modified Saber Seat Reservation Technology – U.S. Justice Prisoner and Alien Transportation System (‘Con Air’)
PRINCESS DIANA – SHOCKING ALMA TUNNEL INVESTIGATIO [from www metacafe com]
D.O.A.: 25 years of punk rock
“PRINCESS DIANA PREDICTED HER OWN DEATH
Lady Diana, Princess of Wales, reported a plot to assassinate her. Diana documented her concerns in a letter that she entrusted to the former Royal Butler, Mr Paul Burrell. She identified the man behind the plot.
Diana was warned about a conspiracy against her by a sympathetic insider. A member of the Royal Family warned the princess: “You need to be discreet, even in your own home, because ‘they’ are listening all the time.”
After many years of experience as a senior employee of the Royal household, Mr Burrel recalls: “It is a matter of routine that members of government and the royal family are monitored.” Princess Diana complained of being spied upon and bugged by “dark forces”. She declined the police protection provided by Scotland Yard because these officers are considered “tools of the state”. Burrell revealed that Diana was tipped-off by a private contact within the intelligence community: “She was being cautious, not paranoic, because she was acting on sound information received from someone who had worked for the British intelligence services; a man whose expertise, advice and friendship the Princess came to rely on.”
Soon after her divorce from Prince Charles, Diana wrote in a letter to Mr Burrell: “This phase in my life is the most dangerous”. Afraid that she was about to be assassinated, Diana decided to leave a written record naming those who were plotting her downfall. In a letter dated October 1996, Diana identified one of the key individuals who she suspected was “planning an accident in my car”.
Ten months after she wrote that letter, her prediction came true. Princess Diana and her lover Mr Dodi Fayed were killed early on the morning of 31 August 1997 when their Mercedes, driven by chauffeur Henri Paul, crashed in the Pont D’Alma road tunnel in Paris, France. The events surrounding Diana’s death are cloaked by a catalogue of unexplained anomalies and unanswered questions, which have led the majority of people in Britain to doubt the official explanation that she died by accident.
The Daily Mirror today became the first newspaper to report the news that Diana named the person who was planning to have her killed in a car crash. The names of the conspirator was censored – blacked out for “legal reasons”. The newspaper suggested that Diana might have been referring to “the Establishment” which they described as “an undefined, invisible network of interlocking social circles”. The newspaper also suggested that Diana “might have been referring to the domestic intelligence service MI5” because “the Queen does not know of its secret work and darker practices”. The Queen of England herself has warned Mr Burrell that “There are powers at work in this country about which we have no knowledge.”
That weekend 23 other bodies were taken to the Institut Medico Legal mortuary where Paul lay. Had one of the dead committed suicide by drinking heavily or inhaling exhaust fumes?
Was there a muddle? Or was it a deliberate mix up?
Why did ambulance take so long?
As Henri Paul and Dodi’s bodies waited to be taken to the mortuary at 12.40am on the Sunday morning, Diana was still alive. Three ambulances arrived to find she had a torn pulmonary vein in her chest and blood was seeping into her lungs.
One ambulance with four paramedics – never traced by the French authorities – stretchered her on board their vehicle.
The vehicle took the best part of an hour and a half to reach the nearby Pitie-Salpetiere Hospital. On its way it passed two other clinics which could have treated her.
The ambulance stopped twice at the roadside, apparently to give Diana emergency treatment for failing blood pressure, the second time just 300 yards from the hospital. By the time she arrived it was too late to save her. She was to die of an injury which was life threatening but not necessarily fatal.
When Ronald Reagan was shot, his pulmonary vein ripped open. But swift hospital attention allowed him back to presidential duties in one month.”
“VANCOUVER, B.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct. 24, 1995– MACDONALD DETTWILER (TSE: MDA ) MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd., in a teaming arrangement with SABRE Decision Technologies, has won a contract from the Department of National Defence. The contract is to supply the Canadian Armed Forces with a passenger reservation and flight operations system.
MDA, as prime contractor, will provide project management, training and ongoing support services from its Ottawa office. SABRE Decision Technologies will develop and customize a partition of the SABRE(TM) system for the project, while SABRE Canada will provide local marketing and account support. SABRE Decision Technologies and SABRE Canada are business units of AMR Corp.’s The SABRE Group.
The contract provides MDA with a per-use fee based on the number of passengers boarded over a minimum of three years. “This is the first contract under our new strategy of offering innovative financial terms for world-class computer systems and services”, said David Caddey, MDA’s vice-president, Space and Defence Systems. “The per-use fee makes this contract cost-effective for DND and gives MDA significant benefit.” MDA provides technology-based solutions and services in the Earth information, air navigation, defence applications and data communications markets worldwide.
Joseph Saliba, senior vice-president of SABRE Decision Technologies of Dallas/Fort Worth, said, “our system allows the Canadian Armed Forces to keep minute-by-minute track of its aircraft, to assign passengers to those aircraft, to monitor weather patterns and more.” Reet Muur, president of SABRE Canada, Toronto, added, “This agreement is an example of SABRE’s worldwide reach and commitment to expansion outside of the travel and transportation industry.””
“In the 1990s, SABRE outsourced its IT services to over 450 clients in 73 countries. Through this non-reservation-based area, SABRE worked with its parent, AMR, and with other transportation and financial services companies which had data problems. The company maintained three regional offices across the globe: one in Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas; one in Sydney, Australia; and one in London, England. Each of these units was responsible for all aspects of SABRE’s business and also provided support to local offices in their respective regions.
Also launched in 1996 was SABRE Business Travel Solutions (SABRE BTS), the company’s online corporate travel management service. This gave business travelers and/or their travel counselors an easy and convenient way to make or change their own travel plans according to corporate policies through their computers, with 24-hour access and travel agency support. In addition to automating travel planning and reporting, SABRE BTS was also designed to cut up to 30 percent of the costs associated with business travel management. The products offered consisted of integrated modules for travel booking, policy compliance, and expense reporting. Enabled to track all travel-related spending ranging from pre-planning to reimbursement, businesses could save as much as 30 percent in total travel management costs by using SABRE BTS. An additional feature of SABRE BTS was an overhead map of the airplane with all available seats mapped out, noting such details as exit rows, first class, and location of the galley. Any specific seat could be reserved, changed, or canceled by the user at any time before travel. By March 1998, SABRE BTS was used by 120 customers–more than any other system for corporate travel management.
SABRE was awarded six patents in July 1997 by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, for new information management systems technology. Covered by the patents were the Availability Processor for reservation inventory control applications, CRSSim technology for business-generating computer reservations systems, the Shell Communication Interface Program, the SQL Mapper, and Interactive Analysis System–or Datawise–technologies.
In 1998, SABRE BTS was redesigned to offer new features such as the ability to access departure/arrival gates and times, restrictions, cancellation terms, and ticketing guidelines. The user could receive an automated pre-travel authorization of booked reservation via e-mail. Also included was an updated car rental and hotel booking process, which allowed travelers at separate company sites the ability to add personal preferences, like frequent flyer numbers.”
“Offender tagging: Serco to repay more than £68m in overcharging
Scale of overcharging for electronic tagging of offenders who were not monitored is at least three times higher than thought
The private outsourcing firm Serco has agreed to repay £68.5m plus VAT in overcharging on its contract to provide electronic tagging of offenders, the justice secretary, Chris Grayling, has disclosed.
The scale of overcharging, which included invoicing for the tagging of offenders who were not being monitored, some of whom were already back in prison or had died, is at least three to four times larger than previously thought. The original figure was thought to be £15m-£20m for the contracts held by both Serco and the private security company G4S, which has yet to reach agreement over how much it will repay.
Both contracts are now the subject of a criminal investigation by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO).
Serco has also agreed to repay £2m in past profits on a separate prisoner escort contract after it was found that their staff had been recording prisoners as having been delivered “ready for court” when they were not.
In a move that will further deepen the scandal over the privatisation of justice contracts, Grayling announced to MPs that he had referred two further G4S contracts, involving facilities management for the courts, to the SFO to establish whether any dishonesty had taken place.
The justice secretary told MPs on Thursday that both Serco and G4S, two of the government’s largest private-sector suppliers, had withdrawn their bids to be lead providers in the privatisation of the probation service.
A wider Cabinet Office review of the contracts held by Serco and G4S published on Thursday found “potentially significant” errors or irregularities in three payment-by-results contracts for the Department of Work and Pensions work programme to support the long-term unemployed.
The announcement by Grayling is a blow to both companies, which hoped to draw a line under the tagging scandal by reaching full and final agreements and undergoing a process of corporate renewal. Serco told the stock market on Thursday that the cost of its external
reviews and audits since the scandal was disclosed in July had reached £17m.
Grayling told MPs: “From the outset I made clear that I intended to take robust action to deal with evidence of unacceptable conduct by suppliers under my department’s contracts, and to recover any monies overpaid as a result of these practices.”
Grayling said the £68.5m would reimburse the government for money owed on the tagging contract and for other costs incurred, such as the cost of the investigation, which included a forensic audit undertaken by the external auditors PwC.
He claimed it was a good deal for the taxpayer, adding: “With all full and final settlements, in the event of criminality being established with material impact, we would look again at our contractual position.”
G4S said it continued to “engage constructively” with the Ministry of Justice over the tagging contracts. It said that an extensive review since July of its major contracts had not identified any other significant issues and it did not anticipate that the financial exposure of the two court contracts would affect the company’s overall finances.
G4S said it had been advised by the MoJ that it did not have any evidence of dishonesty in relation to the court contracts and nor did G4S.
The decision by Serco and G4S to withdraw as “lead providers” from the competition to privatise 70% of the work of the probation service is a setback to the government’s plans to introduce its rehabilitation reforms by the next election. Both companies are regarded as the major players in the criminal justice market and would have been expected to play a significant role in the reforms.
Grayling, who has said he wants to see a greater diversity of private and voluntary sector providers, told MPs he would leave open the possibility that in future both companies might play a supporting role, working with smaller businesses or voluntary sector providers. This would depend on their progress in “achieving corporate renewal”.
Frances Crook, of the Howard League for Penal Reform, said the withdrawal of the companies as prime contractors for probation “must be the death-knell for the government’s dangerous gamble with justice privatization”.
She said: “The coalition’s plan to sell off probation has succeeded only in destabilising the public probation service, which has served the public well for more than 100 years. We hope that at the eleventh hour, this excellent service can now be saved.”
The shadow justice secretary, Sadiq Khan, said the firms should have been barred from any more justice contracts in July when the scandal came to light.
“Outrageously, instead of ministers grasping the nettle, it has been left to G4S and Serco to rule themselves out of contracts, a decision neither company should ever have been left to take,” he said. “David Cameron’s probation privatisation gamble risks turning into a disaster. It is disgraceful they are going ahead and still allowing both companies to play a supporting role.”
Alastair Lyons, Serco’s chairman, said the company was pleased to be making strong progress in rebuilding the confidence of the government as a customer.
“The contract issues that were identified should never have happened and we apologise unreservedly for them,” he said. “We are doing everything in our power to make sure that such issues cannot reoccur anywhere in our business around the world. Our objective is to deliver excellent public services with openness and transparency, and I believe the actions we are taking will support this now more than ever.””
At fifteen stories tall, it is a particularly prominent building  with 242 rooms.
On 1 June 2011, the hotel came to international attention during theLibyan civil war when explosives were detonated in a car nearby. A spokesman for the National Transitional Council called the bombing a “cowardly act”. It was suspected that an officer was killed, and many people started to shout chants against Muammar Gaddafi while the hotel was cordoned off.”
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