#2698: Clinton 8(a) Pride EU War Rooms – Serco Zulu Charndon Ammo – Cameron Spot Fixed Cox


United States Marine Field McConnell 

Plum City Online – (AbelDanger.net

June 18, 2016

1. Abel Danger (AD) claims that Hillary Clinton – a former young leader of the French American Foundation – controls EU war rooms through an 8(a) loan program funded by 7,000 banks, the radical feminists of DOJ Pride and the weapons experts of the ATF.

2. AD claims that Serco‘s EU war-room operatives used Zulu timing signals to track ammo supply chains to first responders at the Charnwood/Birstall library crime scene and into the body of a Remain [in the EU] M.P. whose killer has been identified by the media as a member of a white supremacist organisation wanting to take Britain out of the EU.

3. AD claims that David Cameron’s aides in the UK Cabinet Office staged a Serco command post (EU war room) exercise where Labour MP Jo (“Remain”) Cox was to be spot fixed (killed) in Zulu time and a media play used to undermine the Brexit campaign.

4. United States Marine Field McConnell invites James Comey – FBI director and former director of Serco‘s drug-hub banker HSBC – to investigate the role of Clinton’s 8(a) Pride group in the EU war room which was apparently used to track and kill a British M.P. in an attempt to discredit the Brexit movement and keep the United Kingdom in the EU. (https://abeldanger.blogspot.com/2010/01/field-mcconnell-bio.html.

ATF Behind the Scenes – Make up for Hire 

Founder of the Sisters’ Small Business Theater Club (S.B.T.C!) in 1978 

Copy of SERCO GROUP PLC: List of Subsidiaries AND Shareholders! 

(Mobile Playback Version)

White’s Club death-bet bookmaker services dates back to 1743 and – as Cameron’s friend, Churchill’s grandson and Serco CEO Rupert Soames well knows – only the technology to spot fix the Zulu time of victim death has changed. 

Serco… Would you like to know more? 

Defense Ammunition Center [Outsourced to Serco]


“Digital Fires Instructor Serco – Camp Pendleton, CA Uses information derived from all military disciplines (e.g., aviation, ground combat, command and control, combat service support, intelligence, and opposing forces) to determine changes in enemy capabilities, vulnerabilities, and probable courses of action.”

“Meeting in Washington, DC, on May 17, 2011 US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and EU Foreign Affairs & Security Policy High Rep./European Commission VP Catherine Ashton discussed a number of issues of common concern, including the situations in Libya, Syria, Egypt and Belarus. Following their meeting, Secretary of State Clinton and High Representative Ashton signed a Framework Agreement between the US and the EU, which provides a legal framework for US civilians to participate in EU crisis [actor] management missions.”

“Defense Ammunition Center (DAC) 

Contract Type 

Fixed Price 

Period of Performance 10/1/2008 to 9/30/2013 

Project Overview:

Since 2008, Serco has assisted DAC with the analysis, design, development, implementation, management/ administration, and evaluation of integrated, enterprise-wide and component-specific training, learning, knowledge management, and strategic human resource management interventions that are critical to achieving their mission. …

Through the design and delivery of customized instructor-led, web-based training and distribution of mobile performance supports, Serco has increased the number of DAC learners by 10–15% year over year. Serco has increased the number of DAC learners reached annually by 10%–15% via varied modalities. In 2011 alone:

110,000 Soldiers took a Serco-authored DAC Distance Learning course

15,000 Soldiers participated in a Serco-developed, DAC-sponsored ILT course

15,000 people used the Serco-administrated DAC Ammunition CoP to discover information, references or collaborate with other ammunition professionals”

“Jo Cox MP: accused murderer Thomas Mair gives name as ‘Death to traitors, freedom for Britain’ in court 

Patrick Sawer, senior reporter 

Laura Hughes 

Robert Mendick, chief reporter 

18 JUNE 2016 • 3:10PM

Thomas Mair charged with murder and arrives at court

Alleged killer refuses to give proper name in court

Thomas Mair claims he was a ‘political activist’

Parliament recalled after ‘act of hate’ and ‘attack on democracy’

Politicians warned to review security after killing in Birstall 

MP’s husband urges people to ‘fight against hatred that killed her’

Telegraph obituary: Jo Cox MP, a rising star of Labour party

Barack Obama calls Jo Cox’s widow to offer ‘sincere condolences’

The man accused of murdering the Labour MP Jo Cox was remanded in custody yesterday after a brief court hearing in which he gave his name as “death to traitors freedom for Britain”.

Thomas Mair, 52, who it was revealed told police he was a political activist, refused to give his age or address during the extraordinary Saturday morning hearing, held at Westminster Magistrates Court, central London.

The 15-minute hearing began with a moment of drama as Mr Mair, dressed in prison issue grey sweatshirt and sweatsuit trousers, was led into the dock handcuffed to a prison officer.

Deputy Chief Magistrate Emma Arbuthnot immediately adjourned proceedings so that the handcuffs could be removed, as she said that no special request had been made for the prisoner to be chained.

Mr Mair, who wore a grey goatee beard with closely cropped hair, arrived at the magistrates court in a prison van, escorted by two police cars.

Nearly 20 journalists packed into the press and public benches to witness the first glimpse of the man accused of murdering Mrs Cox since photographs of his arrest appeared following the attack last week.

Asked to state his name for the court, Mr Mair said only: “Death to traitors freedom for Britain”.

The court heard that moments after being held by two police officers following the shooting of Mrs Cox, Mr Mair stated: “I am an apolitical activist” and that material “relating to extreme right wing and white supremacist organisations” was found at his home, along with newspaper articles about the MP.

In a summary of the case against Mr Mair, prosecuting counsel David Cawthorne told the court that Mrs Cox was attacked as she was leaving a surgery for constituents at Birstall Library, in Market Street, West Yorkshire, at around 12.45 last Thursday.

Bernard Carter-Kenny, a retired miner who had dropped his wife off at the library, suffered severe stab wounds to his abdomen as he tried to help Mrs Cox during the attack.

After being repeatedly stabbed the MP was shot three times as she lay on the ground, Mr Cawthorne told the court. He added: “The defendant continued to stab Mrs Cox as she lay fighting for her life. Whilst doing so the defendant was heard to say words to the effect of ‘Britain first, keep Britain independent, Britain always comes first, this is for Britain.”

Mrs Cox was pronounced dead at 13.48 as a result of multiple stab and gunshot wounds. Mr Carter-Kenny is currently in the high dependency unit of Leeds General Infirmary.

Mr Main was detained by police at 13.25 after two PCs noticed him carrying a black holdall, wearing a black baseball cap and matching a description of the assailant.

The two officers seized a number of items from Mr Mair’s bag, including a single barrelled firearm and several rounds of ammunition, along with a bloodstained mobile phone and a dagger.”

“Birstall is a large village and civil parish within the Charnwood borough of Leicestershire, England.

It is three miles north of Leicester city centre and is part of the wider Leicester Urban Area.”

 “Borough of Charnwood 

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia For the electoral ward of Leicester, see Charnwood (ward).

The Borough of Charnwood is a borough of northern Leicestershire, England. It is named after Charnwood Forest, which it contains. The population of the Borough at the 2011 census was 166,100.[1]

Loughborough is the largest town in the district and serves as the borough’s administrative and commercial centre.

The district of Charnwood was formed on 1 April 1974 as a merger of the municipal borough of Loughborough, the Shepshed urban district and the Barrow upon Soar Rural District. It was then granted borough status on 15 May 1974.[2]

The symbol of Charnwood Borough Council is the fox, historically linked with Leicestershire, and this is also the symbol used by Leicestershire County Council. Charnwood also contains Quorn, which is believed [by whom?] to be the birthplace of fox-hunting. Geography[edit]

To the south it borders the City of Leicester, about 20 km away from Loughborough. There is a moderately urbanised A6 corridor between the towns and close to the River Soar, including Quorn, Barrow-on-Soar, Mountsorrel, Birstall, Thurmaston, Syston and East Goscote. Shepshed, to the west of Loughborough, is the other major town in the district. The highest point is Beacon Hill (248m/814 ft).”

“27 APRIL 2009 

Charnwood to go commingled under new Serco deal 

Residents in Charnwood are set to benefit from a simpler recycling service after Charnwood borough council last week awarded a seven-year contract to Hampshire-based services company Serco Integrated Services.

The £32m Serco deal is set to see the service provider take over waste and recycling collections in Charnwood

The new contract for waste, recycling and street cleaning is worth around £32m and will see Serco taking over from current contractor Veolia Environmental Services on August 1.

Currently, Charnwood operates a three-container recycling collection system, with residents using a red bag for paper and card, a green sack for plastic bottles and cans, and a box for glass.

However, under the new deal, Serco will introduce a single bag replacing the red and green sack system and then roll out wheeled bins for all materials to be collected commingled in 2011.

The council said that the award of the contract would save it £2.4 million in the first two years and help it to reach its goal of a 50% recycling rate, which was outlined in its Zero Waste Strategy in 2007 (see letsrecycle.com story).

Chris Traill, director of leisure and environment at Charnwood borough council, said: “This is a significant achievement for Charnwood in terms of value for money and upholding and striving for new levels of excellence and quality on waste collection, recycling and street cleansing services. “And I hope that Charnwood residents are as pleased as we are with the work that Serco have put in, both to winning this contract and into delivering it. Their submission clearly puts the customer first,” she added.

Serco Charnwood council explained that the Serco bid was helped by a number of innovations developed in response to the needs of residents, including plans to cut carbon emissions from the service by 40% and initiatives designed to engage the student community in environmental issues and the recycling agenda. Serco also committed to growing the council’s garden waste scheme – an area identified as important by the council in the Zero Waste Strategy – and place more emphasis on the reuse of bulky household waste, such as furniture and white goods.

Forty Cubs and Scouts joined in the litter clean-up as part of Serco‘s work with Breckland council to encourage a ‘Spring Clean’ week (below) Mike Brown, Serco Integrated Services chief executive, said: “This contract is of strategic importance to Serco as it further extends out environmental services business and builds upon the existing relationship Serco already has with the council.”

“We are also looking forward to partnering with such a forward-looking council, who share our own ethos in delivering innovative and quality environmental services to the people of Charnwood,” he added. Breckland In addition to the award of the Charnwood contract, Serco also last week announced that it had taken part in Breckland council’s ‘Spring Clean’ week to demonstrate the litter problems encountered by the council’s environmental service provider within the towns and villages of the district. Members of the Norfolk council and Serco were on hand to give advice and information on the dangers of litter to the environment, while nearly 40 Cubs and Scouts were invited to take part in a litter picking activity from Neatherd Moor Common.

Last month, Serco unveiled a dedicated badge intended to reward Cubs and Scouts who take part in community clean-up schemes and show initiative in recycling material (see letsrecycle.com story).

Stephen Askew, executive member for communities at Breckland Council, said: “The scouts have set an excellent example to their community and I hope that even more local people will join them on their next project as they continue to make lasting improvements to locations around Breckland.””

Serco awarded new European External Action Service IT contract 

Serco has secured a new service contract to deliver a central management service for ITclassified systems. The services will be delivered in Brussels with all staff execting the service holdingsecurity clearance up to ‘Secret UE’ level to access the classified zones. The duration of the contract is 4 years and it is valued at 9,000,000 EUR.

The European External Action Service is the European Union’s diplomatic corps. It supports the EU foreign affairs chief (High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Catherine Ashton) in conducting the common foreign and security policy. It has Delegations around the world working on behalf of the people of Europe and representing the EU as a whole. The EEAS manages the EU’s response to crises, has intelligence capabilities and cooperates with the European Commission in areas which it shares competence with.

The EEAS operates classified information systems (CIS) in order to securely exchange and process classified information. Serco are responsible for ensuring these CIS will be maintained, supported and monitored on a daily basis to ensure reliable and performing services.

The service’s that Serco will be responsible for include,setting up a Service Centre to manage the services in a global approach, beyond pure support. This Service Centre will resolve all tickets and service requests related to CIS:

It shall act as a single interface for receiving and recording of all calls, incidents and requests regarding CIS; It shall restore as quickly as possible the service in order to minimize the impact of an incident.” 

[DOJ Pride and Serco‘s 8(a) protégé company Base One Technologies] Information Security Services 

Information Security Planning is the process whereby an organization seeks to protect its operations and assets from data theft or computer hackers that seek to obtain unauthorized information or sabotage business operations. Without a properly planned and managed Information Security Plan, an organization runs the risk of law suits, loss of data, compromised operations and loss of reputation. Our experts have secured some of the world largest and most complex commercial and carrier networks, as well as conducted extensive analysis and implementation work on some of the Federal Government’s most sensitive and critical environments, such as the FAA.

Base One Technologies takes your information security needs seriously! We conduct business analysis, install solutions and protect your network from unauthorized entry and data loss. We are there in the beginning to provide guidance and support to your data security program, through to implementation and eventually during the support life cycle providing process and procedures for incident reporting, analysis and counter measures.

Key Clients Benefiting From Our Information Security Expertise: Base One Technologies Expertly researches, designs, and develops information security policies that protect your data and manage your firm’s information technology risk at levels acceptable to your business.

Performs architectural assessments and conducts both internal and external penetration testing. The results of these efforts culminate in an extensive risk analysis and vulnerabilities report.

Develops and implements multi-layer Information Security Solutions, practices and procedures. We deploy Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) and IP Security with VPN solutions using Cisco routers, Frame Relay, firewalls, address and port translation, obscurity standards and authentication technologies (AAA, 3DES, TACACS, etcŠ), to enhance and meet the level of Data Security required for global organizations.

Conducts IT Security and Risk Assessment in Federal government as well as security testing, implementing security for multiple platforms and operating systems around the world.

Ability to conduct business process analysis to provide technical security countermeasures, risk management and data communications security planning for large organizations.

Provides computer security integration for web server and traditional client-server based applications.

We secure environments up to as many layers as required by our clients’ policies, industry practices, and regulating bodies – including the desktop and user experience as required.

Develops, implements and supports Information Security Counter measures such as honey-pots and evidence logging and incident documentation processes and solutions.”

“Government still paying G4S and Serco millions for tagging despite ban 

Two firms which faced criminal investigations over alleged overcharging received £13.2m between them after losing contract, analysis shows.

Electronic monitoring tags are used to enforce curfews on more than 100,000 offenders each year.

Photograph: Martin Argles/Guardian 

Alan Travis Home affairs editor Thursday 25 June 2015 00.01 BST

Last modified on Thursday 25 June 201511.46 BST 

The Ministry of Justice is still paying security firms G4S and Serco millions of pounds every month for supplying electronic tagging equipment, more than a year after both companies were barred from running the contract.

Both companies faced criminal investigations by the Serious Fraud Office over allegations of overcharging that led to them repaying nearly £180m.

The continuing monthly payments to the two companies were uncovered by an analysis of Ministry of Justice (MoJ) data by the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies which shows that G4S was paid a total of £8.7m between March 2014 – when it lost the tagging contract – and February 2015. Serco was paid £4.5m over the same period.

The electronic monitoring tags are used to enforce curfews on more than 100,000 offenders each year. The outsourcing giant Capita took over the contract on an interim basis in April last year. In July 2014, Capita and three other companies were named as the winners of a £265m six-year contract to supply the next generation of satellite tracking tags, which would allow dangerous and repeat offenders to be monitored around the clock.

The MoJ agreed that Capita should continue to use the older G4S/Serco tagging equipment until the first satellite tracking tags were due to come into use by the end of last year.

But there have been continued delays in the development of the satellite tracking tags and the contracts with G4S and Serco to use their equipment have been extended. The Guardian understands that they were given a 15-month extension earlier this year with a further extension possible when that expires in 2016.

Richard Garside of the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies said: “The ministry is continuing to pay G4S and Serco for the supply of electronic tagging equipment months after the contracts should have been terminated, because the timetable for the next generation of satellite tagging technology has slipped and slipped.

“The ministry needs to clarify, as soon as possible, when payments to G4S and Serco will end.”

Garside claimed that the MoJ had originally published inaccurate data showing that the two companies had been paid a total of £32m but had since clarified the figure as being £13.2m.

An MoJ spokeswoman said: “G4S and Serco no longer deliver electronic monitoring services. We have always been clear Capita would continue to use their systems until new tags were developed, which gave taxpayers value for money and put public safety first.”

She said that the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies’ original interpretation of the MoJ data had been incorrect as the bulk of the reported £32m that had been spent had been for the period in 2013 and 2014 when G4S and Serco still held the tagging contract.

The former justice secretary, Chris Grayling, announced in July last year that a small Redditch company, Steatite, would supply the new generation of satellite GPS tracking tags. They in turn sub-contracted to a Taiwanese company, Sanav. But it is understood that the first Steatite tags were rushed into use last year in an attempt to meet Grayling’s end-of-year deadline, but had to be withdrawn amid a dispute over intellectual property rights and other issues. The tags may not be ready until 2016 or later.

G4S runs the largest current satellite tracking programme in the world in France where it tracks the daily movements of 12,000 offenders. A G4S spokesman said: “Our GPS-enabled electronic monitoring technology is a world-leader – designed, developed and exported from our base in Leicester to 17 countries around the world – and we will continue to support the ministry of justice in England and Wales in any way we can.”

This article was amended on 25 June 2015 to make it clear that Steatite, not Capita, was responsible for the delays in the development of the satellite tags.”

“Real-time interactive wagering on event outcomes 

Publication number: 20040204232 Abstract: Systems and methods for real-time interactive wagering on event outcomes are presented. Clients are first qualified and given wagering limits before being allowed to interactively wager on event outcomes. Event outcomes may be based on, for example, financial markets and indices, sporting and entertainment events, casino games, casino performances, and natural phenomena such as weather and earthquakes. Events on which wagers can be placed include both those with known and unknown outcome probabilities, and wagers can be a fixed-odds type or a spread-bet type. Wager transactions, including acceptances and confirmations, are executed in real time. Clients can customize displays of events on which they are authorized to wager. Real-time client credit management, automatic dealer hedging, automatic price-spread adjustments, and automatic client and dealer defined wagering limits are also provided.

Type: Application 

Filed: April 10, 2003 

Publication date: October 14, 2004 

Inventors: Joseph M. Asher, Howard W. Lutnick”

[White’s Club member] Rupert Christopher Soames OBE (born 18 May 1959) is a British businessman, CEO of the outsourcing company Serco.[1] Soames was born in Croydon, Surrey, to Lord and Lady Soames. He is a grandson of Sir Winston Churchill, a nephew of the former Defence Secretary Duncan Sandys and Diana Churchill; the journalist Randolph Churchill and the actress and dancer Sarah Churchill and a great-nephew of the founders of the Scout movement, Robert Baden-Powell and Olave Baden-Powell. His brother is the Conservative MP Sir Nicholas Soames.


Soames was educated at St. Aubyns Preparatory School in Rottingdean, East Sussex and Eton College,[2] and then Worcester College at the University of Oxford,[3] during which time he worked as a DJ at the London nightclub Annabel’s, as well as being elected to the Presidency of the Oxford Union.[3]


Upon graduation, he was offered a position at General Electric Company (GEC) by the managing director Arnold Weinstock. He remained at GEC for 15 years, working in the company’s avionics and computing divisions, and became managing director of Avery Berkel, running the company’s UK, India, Asia and Africa operations.[4]

After leaving GEC in 1997, Soames joined the software company Misys as chief executive of its Midas-Kapiti division. He was promoted to chief executive of the Banking and Securities Division in June 2000.[5]

Soames left Misys after a disagreement with Misys founder Kevin Lomax on the company’s direction, and was appointed chief executive of power hire group Aggreko in June 2003,[6] replacing Philip Harrower who died when his car collided with a train in the United States.[7]

Soames was appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2010 New Year Honours.[8] In November 2010 Rupert Soames gave a speech to Holyrood in which he warned, “In the UK, we are already close to the rocks, because, over the next 8 years a third of our coal-fired capacity, two-thirds of our oil-fired capacity, and nearly three-quarters of our nuclear capacity will be closed down either through age or the impact of the European Large Combustion Plant Directive. Absent a massive and immediate programme of building new power stations, with concrete being poured in the next two years, we will be in serious danger of the lights going out.” 

“UK Cabinet Office – Emergency Planning College – Serco …..Types of Exercise 

Workshop Exercises These are structured discussion events where participants can explore issues in a less pressurised environment. They are an ideal way of developing solutions, procedures and plans rather than the focus being on decision making. Table Top Exercises These involve a realistic scenario and will follow a time line, either in real-time or with time jumps to concentrate on the more important areas. The participants would be expected to be familiar with the plans and procedures that are being used although the exercise tempo and complexity can be adjusted to suit the current state of training and readiness. Simulation and media play can be used to support the exercise. Table-top exercises help develop teamwork and allow participants to gain a better understanding of their roles and that of other agencies and organisations. Command/Control Post Exercises These are designed primarily to exercise the senior leadership and support staff in collective planning and decision making within a strategic grouping. Ideally such exercises would be run from the real command and control locations and using their communications and information systems [Feeling lucky, Punk?]. This could include a mix of locations and varying levels of technical simulation support. The Gold Standard system is flexible to allow the tempo and intensity to be adjusted to ensure maximum training benefit, or to fully test and evaluate the most important aspects of a plan. Such exercises also test information flow, communications, equipment, procedures, decision making and coordination. Live Exercises These can range from testing individual components of a system or organisation through to a full-scale rehearsal. They are particularly useful where there are regulatory requirements or with high-risk situations. They are more complex and costly to organise and deliver but can be integrated with Command Post Exercises as part of a wider exercising package.” 

Serco do a bunch more that didn’t even make our story: As well as thanking God for his success, CEO Chris Hyman is a Pentecostal Christian who has released a gospel album in America and fasts every Tuesday. Amazingly, he was also in the World Trade Centre on 9/11, on the 47th floor addressing shareholders [including Bilderberg bankers such as HSBC and the Rockefeller-controlled JP Morgan Chase] Serco run navy patrol boats for the ADF, as well as search and salvage operations through their partnership with P&O which form Defence Maritime Services. Serco run two Australian jails already, Acacia in WA and Borallon in Queensland. They’re one of the biggest companies In the UK for running electronic tagging of offenders under house arrest or parole.”

Serco farewell to NPL after 19 years of innovation 

8 January 2015  

Sercosaid goodbye to the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) at the end of December 2014 after 19 years of extraordinary innovation and science that has seen the establishment build a world-leading reputation and deliver billions of pounds of benefit for the UK economy. During that period under Serco‘s management and leadership, NPL has delivered an extraordinary variety and breadth of accomplishments for the UK’s economy and industry. Some of the key achievements during that time have been:… It has been estimated that work carried out by the Centre of Carbon Measurement at NPL will save eight million tonnes of carbon emissions reductions (2% of UK footprint) and over half a billion pounds in economic benefit over the next decade…. 

NPL’s caesium fountain atomic clock is accurate to 1 second in 158 million years and NPL is playing a key role in introducing rigour to high frequency trading in the City through NPL [Zulu] Time.

Yours sincerely,

Field McConnell, United States Naval Academy, 1971; Forensic Economist; 30 year airline and 22 year military pilot; 23,000 hours of safety; Tel: 715 307 8222

David Hawkins Tel: 604 542-0891 Forensic Economist; former leader of oil-well blow-out teams; now sponsors Grand Juries in CSI Crime and Safety Investigation

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