Patent Pool of Onion Router PKI Encryption Devices – Virtual or Physical War Rooms – Synchronized Snuffing and Spinning – Doppelganger – SEAL Hit

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August 14, 2011

Clinton Onion Router war rooms for synchronizing Seals in snuff and spin

Abel Danger believes that Crown Agents’ Sister Hillary Clinton developed a patent pool of Onion Router PKI encryption devices for the Matrix 5 virtual or physical war rooms which were allegedly used by Rebekah Wade Skyhackers to synchronize the snuffing and spinning of the May Day murder of Osama bin Laden doppelganger and the contract killing of more than 20 Navy Seals in an illegally-modified Chinook helicopter on August 6, 2011.

Clinton-Marcy ordered U.S. Navy to patent Onion Router in 1999

Rebekah Skyhacker – Sun IMDB post production for Onion Router synchronicity of snuff and spin

Pictures from Clinton’s Onion Router War Room – Spoliation inference of Templars’ Mad Cow contract hits

Here are some clues buried in some chaff

PKI = Public Key Infrastructure

Matrix 5 communities = Banker + Anglophone + Francophone + Lesbian + Pedophile

Rebekah Skyhack August 6 2011

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“[CSI and spoliation inference suggests that patent lawyer Hillary Clinton privatized U.S. Navy Onion Router technology with an insider patent-pool assignment to Crown Agents and Templar insiders to synchronize and conceal war room communications with the contract killers of her enemies and contract spinners in the media] Onion Router: US Navy patents Anonymous Surfing In 2001/07 the US navy received patent US 6266704 for the principle of arranging public key encryption in several layers so that identities are concealed. Colleagues of the patentee say that they are very surprised at this sudden move of one of their peers who apparently succeeded in obtaining a patent on largely known methods. The patent covers large problem fields and leaves little free room for development of anonymous communications. Some experimental endeavors (without the deep pockets of commercial enterprises) are under threat, with a great potential impact on how people are able to communicate. We have yet to find out whether this patent has been filed in Europe.”

“[CSI and spoliation inference suggests that patent lawyer Hillary Clinton privatized U.S. Navy Onion Router technology with an insider patent-pool assignment to Crown Agents and Templar insiders to synchronize and conceal war room communications with the contract killers of her enemies and contract spinners in the media] Dozens of soldiers have died after the Taliban shot down a Nato helicopter – in the deadliest single attack on foreign troops since the Afghanistan war began in 2001. Earlier reports said more than 20 Navy Seals from the unit that killed Osama bin Laden were among those killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan. The operators from Seal Team Six were being flown by a crew of the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, US officials said. One source says the team was thought to include 22 Seals, three Air Force air controllers, seven Afghan Army troops, a dog and his handler, and a civilian interpreter, plus the helicopter crew. Afghan officials at president Hamid Karzai‘s office said 31 US special forces and seven local soldiers died in the attack on the Chinook. A senior US official has confirmed the helicopter was apparently shot down by insurgents. Eyewitnesses said the Chinook was struck during a firefight and the Taliban claimed responsibility for the incident. It took place during an anti-Taliban operation in an insurgent-infested district of the eastern province of Wardak, just southwest of the Afghan capital Kabul. The Afghan statement said: “The president of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Hamid Karzai expressed condolences over a Nato helicopter crash and the deaths of 31 members of US special forces.” It added that seven Afghans were also killed in the crash, who the country’s defence ministry said were also members of the special forces. The strike was by far the worst to hit foreign troops in the near decade-long war. The previous worst saw 16 American soldiers killed in 2005 when a Taliban rocket hit their Chinook in the eastern province of Kunar. Mohammad Saber said he saw the helicopter plummet to the ground during an operation in his village. He said: “We were at home. We saw one of the helicopters land on the roof of a house of a Taliban commander, then shooting started. “The helicopter later took off but soon after taking off it went down and crashed. There were other helicopters flying as well.” Wardak provincial spokesman Shahidullah Shahid said the crash came during a late-night operation against Taliban insurgents. “We’re not sure if this happened due to insurgent fire or not but there were some casualties of foreign troops due to the crash,” he said. Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said it was responsible for shooting down the helicopter and acknowledged that eight insurgents had been killed. Prime Minister David Cameron said: “I was deeply saddened to hear of the many US military personnel who lost their lives today in Afghanistan. My thoughts – and the thoughts of the whole country – are with their families and friends. “They have made the ultimate sacrifice in helping to protect our security, and to build a more stable and peaceful Afghanistan. We remember too the Afghan troops who died alongside them today.””

“[CSI and spoliation inference suggests that patent lawyer Hillary Clinton privatized U.S. Navy Onion Router technology with an insider patent-pool assignment to Crown Agents and Templar insiders in Canada to synchronize and conceal war room communications related to joint venture contract hits] U.S. Army awards Groove Networks and Tomoye Corporation $1.2 million contract for battle command knowledge system Solution addresses soldiers’ needs for information to do their jobs effectively FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Sept. 1, 2004 — Groove Networks Inc. and Tomoye Corporation today announced here at the Army Knowledge Management Conference that the U.S. Army has signed a $1.2 million contract to purchase Groove Virtual Office and Tomoye Simplify(TM) software as the core components of its Battle Command Knowledge System (BCKS), which will address the information gathering and sharing needs of soldiers throughout the service. The goal of BCKS is two-fold: provide new ways of packaging information to improve decision making, and find new methods for tapping into the experiences of soldiers and leaders to create a more effective learning organization. BCKS is being developed to provide assistance to prospective Communities of Practice (CoPs), or groups of soldiers with similar responsibilities who meet together online to assist and learn from one another. BCKS staff works with these CoPs by providing consulting support on information structure, design and community management, and basic community infrastructure. Groove Virtual Office will be used to support the Army’s virtual action teams, while Tomoye Simplify is for structured professional forums. Tomoye Communities of Practice enable leaders in knowledge-intensive organizations to apply the social architecture of community to networks of professionals who are focused on similar work problems. The members of an online Community of Practice use one another as sounding boards, share knowledge, and have conversations that help them meet their organizations’ strategic imperatives. “It is a privilege for our organization to work with one of the largest knowledge-based organizations in the world,” said John Martin, Tomoye Corporation’s director of sales. “Our work with Company Command over the past two years, connecting leaders and building combat-ready units, has prepared Tomoye to provide a solution that will span all levels of the Army. It is good to know that the men and women of the U.S. Army are equipped with the best tools for their job.” Groove Virtual Office is software that allows teams of people to work together over a network as if they were in the same physical location. The software is used by many government organizations for ultra-secure, intra- and inter-organizational collaboration, information sharing, project management, and decision making, particularly in austere and highly variable communications environments. Groove Networks also announced today a $4.1 million, multi-year contract with the Army Corps of Engineers for providing Groove Virtual Office as a component of the organization’s Knowledge Management Environment, which is critical to the Corps’ transition to a “learning organization.” Tomoye Simplify also is a component of the Army Corps of Engineers solution. The Army and its Corps of Engineers have agreed to work together toward standards and best practices for knowledge capture and transfer. “We’re gratified that the Army has selected Groove Virtual Office as a core component of its strategy to create a learning organization,” said David Scult, Groove Networks’ senior vice president of sales. “The Army’s strategy to support teams and capture knowledge at the edges of the organization and then accelerate the transfer of that information throughout the organization is highly advanced. We’re honored that Groove Virtual Office will play a role in ensuring that when we send soldiers into harm’s way they have the information they need to do their jobs effectively.” Groove Networks and Tomoye Corp. are each represented at the Army Knowledge Management Conference being held here at the Greater Fort Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center. Groove Networks is in booth #630 and Tomoye Corporation in booth #027. Further information about the conference is available at http://www.afcea.org/doim2004/schedule.asp. About Tomoye Founded in July 2000 and headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, Tomoye is the Community of Practice Company (CoP). Tomoye CoP software and services embed the best practices, processes and social architecture unique to CoPs so that you can reduce the time it takes to build a community, get results and scale to meet the growing demands of your organization. Tomoye Communities of Practice are at work today in some of the most demanding CoP environments in the world including the United Nations, the U.S. Army and the Government of Canada. For further information about Tomoye, visit http://www.tomoye.com. About Groove Networks Founded in October 1997 and headquartered in Beverly, Mass., Groove Networks Inc. delivers the “virtual office” through software that allows teams of people to work together over a network as if they were in the same physical location. Groove software helps organizations, large and small, save money, time and eliminate travel by offering both a desktop application for instant joint work, and a set of customizable, open collaboration capabilities that enhance the utility and value of existing solutions. For more information about Groove Networks, visit http://www.groove.net. Groove Networks and Groove are registered trademarks of Groove Networks Inc. Tomoye and Tomoye Simplify are trademarks of Tomoye Corporation. All other trademarks are owned by their respective companies. Groove Networks Ryan Hoppe, 978-720-2267 rhoppe@groove.net or Tomoye Corporation Chris Chantler, 866-486-6693 Ext. 323 cchantler@tomoye.com”

“[From The Sunday Times November 4, 2007 Clinton puts her war room on attack Sarah Baxter, Washington The “war room”, the hub of attack, counter-attack and spin which was at the heart of Bill Clinton’s presidential campaigns in the 1990s, has swung back into action with renewed force after Hillary Clinton was bloodied by her rivals for the first time in a debate last week. With so few stumbles on the road to the presidential nomination, her war room has barely been needed until now but it has quietly been prepared for the moment when she trips up. It was Hillary Clinton who invented the war room during her husband’s campaign and she has developed her own fighting machine. “Her operation is formidable,” said Jeff Gerth, co-author of Her Way, a well regarded Clinton biography. “Politics is not a polite sport and if you’re not prepared to rough it you’re going to get rolled over.” Clinton has recruited rapid rebuttal experts to take on what she calls the “Republican attack machine”, but they are proving equally lethal against her Democratic rivals. Their philosophy is similar to that of the mysterious unofficial website www.Hillaryis44.com – a reference to her would-be status as the 44th president – which warns darkly that one of the clearest threats to her election will come from “Democrats who repeat Republican propaganda to undermine Hillary”. The pink website, which looks beguilingly amateurish while being deadly professional, solicits confidential tips on her rivals and is believed to be a “back door” into her war room.

Clinton’s team sprang into operation after last week’s Democratic presidential debate in Philadelphia. She flip-flopped on the question of issuing drivers’ licences to illegal immigrants and was attacked by her opponents for being calculating, secretive and evasive on a range of issues, from tackling Iran to locking up records from her White House years. At the spin room backstage, on television and the web, the Clinton camp – looking only momentarily rattled – spread the message that it was “six guys” piling on “one strong woman” .. However, the war room operates on the principle that no attack, no matter how small, will go unpunished. “They don’t call it the Clinton machine for nothing,” said Larry Sabato, professor of politics at Virginia University. “They take every gnat and smash it with a sledgehammer. It’s mean, but it works.” .. . The war room’s strategy has been carefully thought through. Ron Fournier, a political commentator, noted that Clinton’s advisers had told him long ago that “there is a clear and long-planned strategy to fend off attacks by accusing her male rivals of gathering against her”. Leading last week’s charge was Howard Wolfson, Clinton’s communications director, and his deputy Phil Singer, who was responsible for opposition research during John Kerry’s 2004 presidential campaign. Hillaryis44.com provides some intriguing hints about what may be to come. It includes a list of questions for Tim Russert, the moderator of last week’s debate and host of NBC’s Meet the Press, to ask Obama when he next appears on the show. They include such topics as Obama’s alleged ties to shady financiers and friends of the mob in Chicago and other supposed ethical and political lapses. As Clinton herself has said, “When you are attacked, you have to deck your opponent.””

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