Kelly 269: Serco’s Rothschild Con Air Toyshop, Dead Pool Isocyanate, Bhopal Blackmail Buck

General John F. Kelly
White House Chief of Staff
Washington, D.C. 20528

Open letter from the Cloud Centric Crime Scene Investigators of Abel Danger

May 9, 2018

Dear General Kelly:

Please accept Brief 269 from Field McConnell – United States Marine Corps whistle-blower and Global Operations Director of Abel Danger (AD) – wherein he and his research team at Abel Danger plan to help injured communities launch crowd-funded class-action lawsuits on behalf of plaintiffs where victims died as a result of the negligent, reckless, wilful, fraudulent or concealed use of patented devices transferred from the late Winston Churchill’s Toyshop – a British weapon R&D organisations of WWII – into the custody of Serco (formerly RCA GB 1929) shareholders served by the London and New York City offices of N M Rothschild & Sons Ltd. and Con Air SWAT teams allegedly hired through the DOJ Asset Forfeiture Fund.

AD believes that the Lloyd’s Cape Race signal station operators in Halifax, Nova Scotia, who would later help set up Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company of America, the Radio Corporation of America (RCA) and RCA GB 1929 (subsequently Serco after an IPO structured by N M Rothschild), left the Titanic on course to hit an iceberg in the early hours of 15 April 1912 by jamming an ice warning from the California with Guglielmo Marconi’s Apparatus For Wireless Telegraphy 1901-06-11 US676332A which patent has allegedly been fraudulently re-assigned by Serco operators of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to BAE Systems Electronics Ltd.

AD believes that Serco, then RCA GB 1929, provided the Imperial Japanese Navy with RCA‘s Resonant cavity magnetron US2348986A Priority 1940-10-24 and devices for Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) and precision navigation in the Pearl Harbor attack of December 7, 1941.

AD believes that Serco, then RCA GB 1929, provided patented radio links through derivatives of the Ford Motor Co’s Radio beacon US1937876A (1928-05-02) to trigger the bomb on a BQ-8 aircraft, loaded with 21,170lb (9,600kg) of Torpex which killed Joseph Patrick Kennedy Jr. on August 12, 1944 while he flew on a mission with Operation Aphrodite (U.S. Army Air Forces) & Operation Anvil (U.S. Navy) where unmanned, explosive-laden Army Air Forces Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress and Navy Consolidated PB4Y-1 Liberator bombers were deliberately crashed into targets under radio control.

AD believes that Serco agents and the Senior Executive Service (SES) associates of Kristine “Con Air” Marcy, Field McConnell’s sister, used Jerome H. Lemelson’s [Con Air] Prisoner tracking and warning system and corresponding methods US6054928A to deploy a SWAT team to the Union Carbide plant in Bhopal, India, in December 1984 to set up dead pool betting on the number of people who would die after a team member ‘skilled in the art’ of E I du Pont de Nemours and Co’s Methyl Isocyanate Process US4082787A allegedly removed a pressure gauge on a storage tank, hooked one end of a rubber hose to a water tap and turned on the water – a claimed act of sabotage which caused an estimated 8,000 people to die within two weeks, 8,000 or more to have since died from gas-related diseases and 558,125 injuries, including 38,478 temporary partial injuries and approximately 3,900 severely and permanently disabling injuries.

AD believes that Con Air SWAT teams fitted Boeing planes with Boeing’s Intervention flight management system US4811230A which allegedly allowed Buck Revell, then SES-6 and FBI Director deputy in charge of Criminal Investigative, Counter-Terrorism and Counter-Intelligence activities, to pull his son and daughter-in-law off the tarmac just before Pan Am Flight 103 took off from London’s Heathrow airport at 18:25 hours on 21 December 1988 and trigger a ‘Unabomb’ through the Dean Cross patented Radio beacon for a body count of 243 passengers + 16 crew + 11 people on the ground in Lockerbie, Scotland just after 19:02:50.

AD believes that the late chemical-warfare expert Victor Rothschild associates at N M Rothschild – investment banker for Serco, Queen Elizabeth II and U.S. President Donald Trump – and Serco shareholders including the British government tasked Nicholas and Rupert Soames, two of Winston Churchill’s grandsons, and ‘Con Air’ Marcy with testing Darren Rubin’s Biological active bullets, systems, and methods US9200877B1 as patented, potentially ethnic- or genetic- or ideological-cleansing bullets at a BC pig farm between 1996 and 2002.

AD believes that Serco used Howard Lutnick’s Real-time interactive wagering on event outcomes CA 2460367 A to establish Starnet Communications in Vancouver in 1996 as a junket operator where high rollers in elite hotels could trade images of pig-farm child pornography and S&M oath rituals and bet on the time of victim deaths or body counts at false flag events.

AD believes that Serco agents hired Oliver “Buck” Revell to work with the UK’s National Crime Squad (NCS) to set up witnesses to death pool betting where ‘Fakebook’ patsies and pedophiles are blackmailed with derivatives of the US Air Force’s Autonomous face recognition machine US5012522A and manipulated with QinetiQ North America Inc’s Social Engineering Protection Appliance US9123027B2 to filter physical truth (actus reus) from crime scene investigations into mass-casualty events such as the Bhopal gas leaks or disappearance of MH Flight 370 in 2014.

Abel Danger will help leaders of injured communities to develop crowd-funded film productions and law suits so that while claims for damages for wrongful deaths appear in the online courts of public opinion, scripts for physical acts causing deaths (actus reus) associated with the negligent, reckless, wilful, fraudulent or concealed use of patented devices and spoliation of evidence, can be published on the AD website without attempting to prove mental intent to murder (mens rea).

With this the 269th Kelly public briefing, we believe we can help the Trump Administration to strip Serco, Con Air and the Senior Executive Service out of any contracts with the United States, especially the allegedly fraudulent contracts with the U.S. patent office, FAA Contract Towers and the visa and ammunition centers and help you complete the job which you started as Secretary of Homeland Security to defend America against all enemies domestic and foreign!

Con Air, Trailer

Media Coverage of Starnet Raid – August 20, 1999

Trump saw on 9/11/2001: bombs were used in WTC

SERCO GROUP PLC: List of Subsidiaries AND Shareholders! [Note representatives of Serco‘s private-equity groups, Serco‘s investment banker N M Rothschild (Wilbur Ross?) and Serco shareholders, including the British and Saudi Arabian governments, AXA (Co-developer of and with a presumed virtual office in the Trump Tower), Allianz, 10 Global Custodians with $100 trillion under management and the TIAA pension fund met in a junket (wagering) room on the 47th Floor of North Tower (WTC1) on 9/11!]

Yours sincerely,

 

Field McConnell
USMC 0116513
P O Box 39
Plum City WI 54761″
+001-715-307-8222

 

“Digital Fires Instructor Serco – [Marine Corps Base!] 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.”

Serco Processes 2 Millionth Patent Application for U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
March 19, 2013 RESTON, VIRGINIA – March 18, 2013 – Serco Inc., a leading provider of professional, technology, and management services to the federal government, announced today that their Pre-Grant Publication (PGPubs) Classification Services team recently processed their 2 millionth patent application for the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO). Each application was also processed within the contractually required 28-day window.”

“Methyl isocyanate process Abstract Process for making methyl isocyanate comprising thermally dehydrochlorinating a solution of methyl carbamyl chloride in an aprotic nonpolar solvent, condensing the gases thereby formed at a temperature above the boiling point of methyl isocyanate so as to liquify at least part of said gases which are condensable at said temperature, removing HCl gas by condensing the remaining condensable gases at a temperature below the boiling point of methyl isocyanate, and separating methyl isocyanate from the condensate obtained in said first condensation step. Original Assignee E I du Pont de Nemours and Co Priority date 1977-01-03 1978-04-04 US4082787A Grant”

“Bhopal disaster

The Bhopal disaster, also referred to as the Bhopal gas tragedy, was a gas leak incident on the night of 2–3 December 1984 at the Union Carbide India Limited (UCIL) pesticide plant in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India. It was considered as of 2010 to be the world’s worst industrial disaster.[1]

Over 500,000 people were exposed to methyl isocyanate (MIC)gas. The highly toxic substance made its way into and around the shanty towns located near the plant.[2]

Estimates vary on the death toll. The official immediate death toll was 2,259. The government of Madhya Pradesh confirmed a total of 3,787 deaths related to the gas release.[3] A government affidavit in 2006 stated that the leak caused 558,125 injuries, including 38,478 temporary partial injuries and approximately 3,900 severely and permanently disabling injuries.[4] Others estimate that 8,000 died within two weeks, and another 8,000 or more have since died from gas-related diseases.[5]

The cause of the disaster remains under debate. The Indian government and local activists argue that slack management and deferred maintenance created a situation where routine pipe maintenance caused a backflow of water into a MIC tank, triggering the disaster. Union Carbide Corporation (UCC) contends water entered the tank through an act of sabotage.”

ARCHIVES | 1987 THEORY OF BHOPAL SABOTAGE IS OFFERED
By STEVEN R. WEISMAN WITH SANJOY HAZARIKA and SPECIAL TO THE NEW YORK TIMES
Union Carbide Corporation investigators, nearing the end of a 16-month inquiry, say they have found new witnesses, documents and scientific evidence proving that the 1984 Bhopal toxic gas disaster was caused by sabotage by a company employee.

Company investigators also say they have found altered logs and documents. Carbide says these indicate that several employees at its Bhopal pesticide plant knew about the start of the accident earlier than they have acknowledged, and then tried to cover up this knowledge.

Company representatives say Union Carbide has scientific proof that the gas leak could not have happened the way the Indian Government says it did, which is that water from the washing of a pipe 350 feet away got into a tank containing the lethal chemical methyl isocyanate and caused a toxic chemical reaction.

The disaster, the worst industrial accident in history, occurred the night of Dec. 2-3, 1984, when clouds of toxic gas spread through the central Indian city of Bhopal, killing at least 2,000 people and injuring another 200,000. Indian Government Disagrees

Indian officials and former Indian employees of Carbide’s Bhopal plant vehemently dispute the company’s assertions of sabotage. These officials and former workers say the company has failed to offer any proof of its charges and is maligning the people on whom it once relied to run the plant.

Talk of sabotage has figured in talk about the Bhopal disaster almost from the moment it started. Legal experts have been highly skeptical about the Carbide’s claim because the company’s legal strategy has been to try to avoid paying hundreds of millions of dollars in damages by proving that the gas leak was caused deliberately.

But in recent interviews, company representatives said that much of the evidence had only recently come to light and that it buttressed the case for sabotage in a way that has not been disclosed in public. Company officials, however, repeatedly refused to allow themselves to be quoted by name.

India is suing the Union Carbide Corporation of Danbury, Conn., for $3.3 billion in damages, charging that the plant was badly designed and that its managers were negligent. The plant was run by the company’s Indian subsidiary, Union Carbide India Ltd., 50.9 percent of which is owned by the American corporation. Question of Liability

Union Carbide says that the subsidiary is solely liable for damages, that its plant was well-designed and managed, but that no plant can be protected against employee sabotage.

“We are 100 percent certain that this accident was caused deliberately,” said a person close to the company’s investigation. ”The problem is that people don’t believe our story because it is highly complicated. But when you look at the evidence, you can come to no other conclusion.”

The company also maintains that 10 to 15 employees, including three to five supervisors in the Indian subsidiary, are conspiring to cover up details of the case in cooperation with Indian Government investigators. Most of these employees have left Carbide and are working for the state government of Madhya, of which Bhopal is the capital.

As for who might have sabotaged the plant, Union Carbide representatives say they think they know but are not prepared to identify him yet. A source said suspicions rested on a plant operator on duty that night who was unhappy with a transfer to a separate part of the plant. Confession Might Not Help

The representatives said they recognized that even a confession would be greeted with skepticism and that the company would have to make its case using documents, logic and evidence, rather than on personal testimony.

India denies all of the Carbide charges, including any suggestion that it is helping to cover up details of the investigation.

“The whole talk of sabotage is impossible,” said an Indian official involved in the case, adding that specific company findings were suspicious because they been raised only recently. He said Union Carbide might be fabricating the evidence.

India maintains that even if the disaster was caused deliberately, Union Carbide would still be liable for damages. Indian officials say sabotage is enough of a “foreseeable” act that the corporation must still be held responsible. Safety Mechanisms at Issue

India also insists that the plant’s safety mechanisms were either poorly designed or not working the night of the gas leak, turning what could have been a minor accident into a catastrophe. In fact, India is hoping to win its damage claim without even proving how the gas leak occurred.

The lawsuit over the Bhopal disaster has been bogged down in Indian courts since September 1986, when India first filed the claim.

In Bhopal, thousands of gas victims are receiving Government subsistence help and medical care, but they have not been compensated for lost income or other damages. Experts say it could take years for them to win any major compensation in court.

India has rejected Union Carbide’s offers to settle out of court for $300 million to $350 million. Meanwhile, with the Government suit taking precedence, lawyers representing individuals are still pressing for their right to sue. One Point of Agreement

The only assumption on which Union Carbide and the Indian Government agree is that the disaster happened when a half ton to a ton of water got into one of three tanks containing methyl isocyanate, a chemical used to make a pesticide known as carbaryl, marketed under the brand name Sevin.

The water is believed to have started a chemical reaction that raised the temperature and pressure in the tank. That reaction is said to have caused particles of iron from the tank to break off, mix with the chemicals inside, and create a second violent reaction, sending toxic gas past safety devices into the atmosphere.

Indian Government analysts have concluded that the disaster started when workers were washing some equipment 350 feet away from the tank, and that the water leaked through one or two feeder lines into the tank. Most independent investigations, including one by The New York Times in 1985, reached the same conclusion.

In making a case for sabotage, the Carbide experts are trying to prove that this could not have been the cause, partly because of evidence that the feeder lines were sealed off and partly because of the pipes’ configuration. ‘A Theory It Can’t Prove’

“There are only two theories, and the Government is wedded to a theory it can’t prove,” said a person close to the Carbide investigation. “We can disprove the water-washing theory seven different ways from Sunday.”

The company maintains, for example, that when Indian investigators opened the feeder lines to the tank, they were “bone dry.”

A lawyer for the Indian Government said that even so, Carbide could well have tampered with them itself. He said there were other reasons India was certain of the water explanation, but he declined to detail them.

The Carbide investigators also calculated that given the amount of water flowing in from the washing, it would have taken 12 hours for the 6,000 to 7,000 pounds of water in both the methyl isocyanate tank and the feeder pipes to accumulate, making it impossible for the accident to happen when it did. Water in Only One Tank

The company investigators are also said to insist there is no physical explanation of why the water leaked into only one of the three tanks.

The company investigators said there was minor sabotage at the plant before the gas leak. For example, during some labor troubles in 1982, they said, nuts and bolts were thrown into some reactors, and four employees suspected in the incident left the plant.

The company also says logs had been tampered with before the gas leak to cover up mistakes at the plant.

The company says that plant employees knew that water mixed with methyl isocyanate would create a solid mixture that would damage the plant. But, it said, no one knew this would also create the reaction with iron particles and that the action would create such havoc. Pressure Gauge Called Key

According to company sources, among the most significant evidence of sabotage is testimony that Union Carbide says it has about a pressure gauge that was missing the night of the disaster. The gauge was supposed to be on the tank containing methyl isocyanate.

The company says the missing gauge left an opening through which the water was deliberately put into the tank. The company also says several people recall seeing a water hose near that opening the day after the accident.

In interviews last year, former plant employees told The New York Times that Union Carbide lawyers had questioned them closely about a hose near the tank, and whether they suspected sabotage. They said they had seen no hose and suspected no one, and accused the company of fabricating the sabotage story.

But the Carbide investigators maintain that one employee, Sunder Rajan, told them casually in February 1986 -nearly 15 months after the accident -that he had noticed the pressure gauge was missing but had never mentioned it to investigators.

Carbide maintains he did not think it was important at the time, and that he simply replaced the gauge the morning after the accident. Worker Files a Complaint

In a statement filed in a Bhopal court, Mr. Rajan accused Indian investigators of trying to intimidate him and make him change his story.

The company sources also showed what they said were altered logs and documents. They said these were proof that the supervisors and employees at the plant were aware of the start of the accident earlier than they have said.

The evidence, according to the company, is that initially the employees tried to drain off water from the tank. The company says this means that the workers immediately knew the source of the problem and that the only way they knew so quickly is that workers saw the hose feeding the water into the tank.

The Carbide representatives said that shortly after the night shift arrived at 10:45 P.M., someone walked to the back of the storage tank to an alley, and hooked one end of a rubber hose to a water tap. They said the person removed the pressure gauge on the tank, hooked up the hose and turned on the water.

“Five minutes to get to the tank, and five minutes to hook up the hose to the tank,” the person said. “That’s all it would take.”

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A version of this article appears in print on June 23, 1987, on Page A00010 of the National edition with the headline: THEORY OF BHOPAL SABOTAGE IS OFFERED. Order Reprints| Today’s Paper|Subscribe”

Campaign ’08: Michelle Obama’s Sidley Austin Years
By Dan Slater
Jun 23, 2008 9:40 am ET
In the mess of media reporting about the Obamas, we’ve been a little disappointed over the seeming paucity of knowledge when it comes to the Sidley Austin years. We knew that Michelle Obama (Princeton, Harvard law) joined Sidley’s Chicago headquarters in 1988, and that, a couple years later, Barack came along as a summer associate. They met. She left the firm. He turned down Sidley’s offer, and the rest is history.

Today, the NLJ takes a stab at fleshing out Michelle’s three years at Sidley Austin, prior to joining the office of Chicago Mayor Richard Daley. “What she learned at Harvard Law School and Sidley Austin has served her well in all of the judgments she has had to make as an administrator and a manager,” said Charles Ogletree, a Harvard law prof who came to know Obama as a faculty adviser to the Black Law Students Association.

According to the NLJ, she joined Sidley as part of the marketing and intellectual property practice group, handling transactional, antitrust and other matters. She worked on teams that represented AT&T in its 1990 hostile takeover bid for NCR, and Union Carbide in its 1990 legal fight to complete a sale of a chemical business unit to Arco over FTC opposition.”

“Radical Clique: From the Weather Underground to the White House
by Christopher Donovan

Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn
Race Course: Against White Supremacy
New York: Random House, 2009

Is a revolutionary’s work ever done? Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn can rest easy: theirs is.

The aspiring black politician they hosted at their Hyde Park home, Barack Obama, is now the president of the United States. The anti-white invective that animated their terrorist acts in the 1960s is now the stuff of staid school board pronouncements, ad campaigns of Fortune 500 companies, and the musings of a Republican candidate for president. Their locked-in-the-tissues conviction that the very existence of white people is the primary explanation for human suffering is widely accepted.

Today, the wily Ayers and his wife sit pretty atop American society: he, a professor of education at the University of Illinois at Chicago whose traveling lectures find him hailed in the press as an “anti-war activist” rather than a terrorist, and who enjoys the fawning attention of the New York Times Magazine’s Deborah Solomon; she, an adjunct professor at Northwestern, one of the most prestigious law schools in the nation, and a former employee of white-shoe law firm Sidley Austin — despite apparently having never been admitted to the bar. (A hiring partner was friends with Bill Ayers’ father, Thomas Ayers, once a CEO of Commonwealth Edison in Chicago. Sidley Austin also employed Michelle Obama as an associate and Barack Obama as a summer associate. …

In a famous letter to the New York Times, coincidentally run on September 11, 2001, Ayers wrote “I don’t regret setting bombs. . . . I feel we didn’t do enough. . .” What else did he hope to accomplish? FBI informant Larry Grathwohl described Ayers and Dohrn as the true decision-makers of the Weather Underground. In a 1982 documentary titled No Place to Hide, he described one conversation in which Ayers contemplated the killing of 25 million “diehard capitalists” in a Communist takeover of the United States.

This, apparently, is how the adjective “unrepentant” came to be attached to Ayers’ name. I suppose any radical can appreciate the willingness to actually do physical acts to further a cause (if not the acts or the cause themselves), so Ayers and Dohrn deserve some credit for steering hard away from apologies.

But what comes around goes around, as they say. Perhaps without realizing it, Ayers and Dohrn played a part in creating an American society where whites are coming to feel equal and opposite revolutionary longings.

TOQ Online, August 1, 2009″

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