Marine Links HSBC Candyman’s Connecticut Gun to GECAS Libor Leases 9/11
United States Marine Field McConnell has linked HSBC Candyman agents who allegedly procured Fast and Furious type guns to shoot school children in Connecticut, to a portfolio of GE Capital and GECAS leveraged Libor leases, allegedly used to fund the fleet of illegally-modified aircraft which participated in the decoy and drone maneuvers of a 9/11 war game, fraudulently attributed to al-Qaeda.
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“Father of Alleged Connecticut Shooter is VP of GE Capital: Report American Overkill December 15, 2012 According to ABC and Yahoo news, the alleged shooter at the Sandy Hook Elementary School, Adam Lanza, is the son of Vice President of GE Capital, Peter Lanza. Peter Lanza is also a partner at Ernst & Young, and major accounting firm. The older brother, Ryan Lanza, is also reported to be employed at Ernst & Young. Peter Lanza, who drove to northern New Jersey to talk to police and the FBI, is a vice president at GE Capital and had been a partner at global accounting giant Ernst & Young. Adam’s older brother Ryan Lanza, 24, has worked at Ernst & Young for four years, apparently following in his father’s footsteps and carving out a solid niche in the tax practice. He too was interviewed by the FBI. Neither he nor his father is under any suspicion. Another report from Stamford Advocate says Peter Lanza is vice president of taxes for GE Energy Financial Services and also an adjunct professor a Northeastern University in Boston since 1995. The facts have been sketchy and changing from hour to hour. After 28 years of marriage, Peter and Nancy Lanza divorced. Nancy Lanza was found shot at her home. A source told The Post Ryan has told investigators he last saw Adam in 2010 and that Adam is autistic.”
“Norman C.T. Liu
President & CEO
GE Capital Aviation Services
Norman C.T. Liu is President & CEO of GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS), the commercial aviation financing and leasing unit of General Electric.
GECAS, the U.S. and Irish commercial aircraft financing and leasing business of GE, has a fleet of over 1,500 owned aircraft with approximately 245 airlines in over 75 countries, and it manages over 300 aircraft for others. GECAS offers a wide range of aircraft types and financing options, including operating leases and secured debt financing, and also provides productivity solutions including spare engine leasing, spare parts financing and management. GECAS, a unit of GE Capital, has offices in 23 cities around the world.
Mr. Liu joined GE Capital in 1988 in the Transportation & Industrial Funding business where he managed the leasing, capital markets, and business development groups. He later worked on the headquarters staff of GE Capital as VP Business Development and served briefly as a Managing Director at Kidder Peabody, an investment banking firm, where he was a member of the Management Committee.
Mr. Liu joined GECAS in 1995 and became Executive Vice President, Commercial Operations in 1996. He was named a Corporate Vice President of GE Capital in 1992 and was appointed a Corporate Vice President of GE in 2002. In July 2009, he was named President & CEO of GECAS.
Before joining GE, he held investment banking positions at Dean Witter Reynolds (now Morgan Stanley) and Samuel Montagu (now part of HSBC plc).
Mr. Liu earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from Yale and an MBA from Harvard Business School. He has served as Corporate Champion of the GE Asian Pacific American Forum and is a member of the Committee of 100, a leading Chinese American organization. He is on the Board of Global Infrastructure Partners, a joint venture between GE Infrastructure and Credit Suisse.”
“On December 5, Hanjour opened a CitiBank [HSBC Libor funds] account in Deira, Dubai. On the 8th Hanjour is recorded flying into the Cincinnati, Ohio/N. Kentucky airport and was thought to be later meeting with Nawaf al-Hazmi in San Diego. 2001 Hanjour came back to San Diego in December 2000, frequently visiting Abdussattar Shaikh‘s house, which was shared with Nawaf al-Hazmi and Khalid Almihdhar. During this time Hanjour may have visited the San Diego Zoo in February, as a security guard recalls having to page his name to reclaim a lost briefcase containing cash and Arabic documents and later recognised his photograph. Shortly afterwards, the three hijackers moved out of Shaikh’s house to Falls Church, Virginia. ELS Language Center on Oakland said Hanjour reached a level of proficiency sufficient to “survive very well in the English language”. However, in January 2001, Arizona JetTech flight school managers reported him to the FAA at least five times because his English was inadequate for the commercial pilot’s certificate he had already obtained. It took him five hours to complete an oral exam meant to last just two hours, said Peggy Chevrette. Hanjour failed UA English classes with a 0.26 GPA and a JetTech manager said “He could not fly at all.” His FAA certificate had become invalid late in 1999 when he failed to take a mandatory medical examination. In February, Hanjour began advanced simulator training in Mesa, Arizona.”
“The fact that Hanjour spent so much time in Arizona may be significant [it is; he was sheltered by HSBC Candyman agents]. A number of important al Qaeda figures attended the University of Arizona in Tucson or lived in Tucson in the 1980s and early 1990s. Some of Hanjour’s known Arizona associates from the time of his flight training in the late 1990s have also raised suspicion. FBI investigators have speculated that al Qaeda may have directed other extremist Muslims in the Phoenix area to enroll in aviation training. It is clear that when Hanjour lived in Arizona in the 1990s, he associated with several individuals holding extremist beliefs who have been the subject of counterterrorism investigations. Some of them trained with Hanjour to be pilots. Others had apparent connections to al Qaeda, including training in Afghanistan.
By the spring of 2000, Hanjour was back in Afghanistan. According to KSM, Hanjour was sent to him in Karachi for inclusion in the plot after Hanjour was identified in al Qaeda’s al Faruq camp as a trained pilot, on the basis of background information he had provided. Hanjour had been at a camp in Afghanistan for a few weeks when Bin Ladin or Atef apparently realized that he was a trained pilot; he was told to report to KSM, who then trained Hanjour for a few days in the use of code words.
On June 20, Hanjour returned home to Saudi Arabia. He obtained a U.S. student visa on September 25 and told his family he was returning to his job in the UAE. Hanjour did go to the UAE, but to meet facilitator Ali Abdul Aziz Ali.
Ali opened a [Libor Citibank Federal Bridge Certification Authority] bank account in Dubai for Hanjour and providing the initial funds for his trip. On December 8,Hanjour traveled to San Diego.His supposed destination was an English as a second language program in Oakland, California, which he had scheduled before leaving Saudi Arabia but never attended. Instead, as mentioned earlier, he joined Nawaf al Hazmi in San Diego.
Hazmi and Hanjour left San Diego almost immediately and drove to Arizona. Settling in Mesa, Hanjour began refresher training at his old school, Arizona Aviation. He wanted to train on multi-engine planes, but had difficulties because his English was not good enough. The instructor advised him to discontinue but Hanjour said he could not go home without completing the training. In early 2001, he started training on a Boeing 737 simulator at Pan Am International Flight Academy in Mesa. An instructor there found his work well below standard and discouraged him from continuing.
Again, Hanjour persevered; he completed the initial training by the end of March 2001. At that point, Hanjour and Hazmi vacated their apartment and started driving east, anticipating the arrival of the “muscle hijackers”—the operatives who would storm the cockpits and control the passengers. By as early as April 4, Hanjour and Hazmi had arrived in Falls Church,Virginia.”
“GE Capital Aviation Services (GECAS) is a leading global player in commercial aircraft leasing and financing, with over 1,700 owned and managed aircraft and approximately 220 customers in over 75 countries. We have local presence in all corners of the world with teams of financial and aviation industry professionals on call to serve you. We are a full life-cycle aviation player, providing leasing and financing options for commercial operators, engines and parts, too. Contact GECAS
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Phone: +1 203 585 2700
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