Presidential Field Links Mrs. Clegg Partner Forfeit To BAE Murder By FADEC

Presidential Field McConnell has linked Mrs. Clegg to the forfeited life of former fellow DLA Piper partner Andrew Muriel who was apparently stopped from exposing the law firm’s alleged use of pedophile entrapment to extort BAE and support the diversion of aviation forfeiture funds to finance FADEC murder for hire.

FADEC = Full Authority Digital Engine Control

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Abel Danger Mischief Makers – Mistress of the Revels – ‘Man-In-The-Middle’ Attacks


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Presidential Field Links Cameron’s Treasury Forfeiture Fund To Le Cercle 9/11

Mrs. Clegg with Le Cercle’s Nadhmi Auchi, the sponsor of a mansion mortgage for POTUS 44!

Compare JABS crime scene investigation for Andrew Muriel and Gareth Williams

Mrs. Clegg law firm appears to favor use of FADEC to eliminate target carbon footprints

Murder by FADEC – For more information contact 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

AF447: Efforts Ramp Up Again To Recover Airbus A330’s Recorders Posted by Robert Wall at 4/26/2011 7:11 AM CDT The newest search phase has begun to pinpoint and recover the cockpit voice and flight data recorders for Air France flight 447, the Airbus A330 that crashed into the Atlantic on a flight from Rio de Janeiro to Paris on June 1, 2009. The French air accident investigation office, the BEA, reports that a Remora 6000 unmanned, underwater vehicle has already completed its first dive now that the Ile de Sein vessel is on station in the area where investigators confirmed they have located wreckage of the aircraft. The vessel is carrying 68 persons, including investigators, Airbus experts, and judicial authorities to secure any evidence recovered from the sea bed around 4,000 meters below the ocean surface. Two working groups are on scene, one looking at photos taken in the prior search phase of wreckage, with a particular focus on the aft section of the aircraft where the so called black boxes should be located. The other is looking at how to recover key elements of the aircraft, including the black boxes and also other elements that could yield important clues, such as computer chips associated with avionics and the CF6 engines’s full-authority digital engine control. [BAE allegedly built an Airbus backdoor into Death by FADEC]”

“Top lawyer found dead after cocaine binge in five-star London hotel By SAM GREENHILL UPDATED: 14:53 GMT, 16 December 2010 A top lawyer was found dead in an exclusive hotel after bingeing on cocaine, an inquest heard yesterday. Staff at the Sheraton Park Tower Hotel in London were forced to break down the door of Andrew Muriel’s room. They found the 57-year-old father of four lying naked on the floor with white powder and a rolled-up bank note nearby. He may have lain dead for three days. [Compare crime scene with that of Gareth Williams] Mr Muriel, one of the world’s leading aviation finance lawyers, was staying at the hotel on business. Toxicology reports showed he had three times the amount of cocaine in his system that a ‘recreational’ user would usually have. He checked into the Knightsbridge hotel, which charges up to £400 a night, on September 27 this year. Staff became concerned over the next three days when they saw no movement from him and he had not picked up the newspaper from outside his door. The London-born lawyer worked for DLA Piper, the same firm that employs Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg’s wife, Miriam Gonzalez, but had moved to the company’s Moscow office three years ago and lived in the Russian capital with his wife. Pathologist Dr Peter Wilkins told the hearing: ‘The toxicology reports found the presence of the metabolite of cocaine at 1.77 milligrammes per litre of blood. The typical recreational level is 0.61mlg. This is significantly higher.’ There was also alcohol in Mr Muriel’s blood, but it was not possible to estimate how much he had drunk. Dr Knapman recorded a verdict of death by non-dependent drug misuse caused by alcohol and cocaine toxicity with an enlarged heart and inflammation of the liver. He said: ‘The cocaine I am sure had an effect upon his heart and ultimately, unfortunately, caused his death. This is a terrible tragedy.’ Mr Muriel’s Danish wife, Iben, and one of his sons attended the inquest at Westminster Coroner’s Court but were too upset to comment.”

SFO, BAE Help Educate Millions Of Kids Thursday, March 15, 2012 At 2:28PM The U.K.’s Serious Fraud Office said today that BAE Systems will pay nearly £30 million to fund educational projects in Tanzania. The payment is part of BAE’s 2010 global settlement of bribery charges. In that settlement, BAE paid the U.S. DOJ a $400 million criminal fine. In the U.K., the fine was just £500,000. But BAE also agreed with the SFO to fund social projects in Tanzania. BAE admitted that it failed to keep adequate accounting records for a contract to supply an air traffic control system to Tanzania’s government. The £30 million will be used to buy textbooks for all 16,000 primary schools in the country, the SFO said, benefiting more than eight million children. Teaching guides and syllabi will be provided to 175,000 primary school teachers. Up to £5 million will be spent to buy desks for schools in Tanzania’s poorest districts. The SFO said the U.K. has been helping BAE and the government of Tanzania allocate the money and decide how it will be delivered and monitored. SFO director Richard Alderman said: ‘This agreement is a first for the SFO which piloted it through the U.K. legal system. It provides a satisfactory outcome for all concerned but most of all for the Tanzanian people and I am personally delighted that SFO staff were able to achieve this.’”

“Jamhuri ya Muungano wa Tanzania” (The United Republic of Tanzania) is currently home to four SOS Children’s Villages [allegedly sponsored by DLA Piper using the HSBC trademark as a front for a global network of pedophile entrapment centers]. The organisation has been active in Tanzania since the former president of Zanzibar, Ali Hassan Mwinyi, approached Hermann Gmeiner in 1984, requesting that an SOS Children’s Village should be built in his country. In 1991, the first children were able to move into their newly built homes. At present there are three SOS Children’s Villages, two SOS Youth Facilities, three SOS Kindergartens, two SOS Hermann Gmeiner Schools, four SOS Social Centres and two SOS Medical Centres in Tanzania.”

“13 November 2006 The HSBC Global Education Trust has launched ‘Future First’, a global USD10 million, 5-year initiative (2007-2012) collaborating with SOS Children’s Villages – the world’s largest NGO for orphans – and with local charitable organisations in countries where HSBC has a presence, to provide education, healthcare, counselling and shelter to hundreds of thousands of street children, children in care and foster children.”

http://www.dlapiper.com/global/media/detail.aspx?news=2260 .. News 25 OCT 2006 DLA Piper appoints Miriam Gonzalez as senior consultant PRESS RELEASE London – DLA Piper is delighted to announce that Miriam Gonzalez, a former member of the Cabinet of two European Commissioners has joined the EU, Competition and Trade practice in London as a senior consultant. Miriam brings a combination of extensive trade and regulatory expertise and a deep knowledge of international and EU affairs and trade policy to the team. She has wide ranging experience of international law, policy and EU regulations, notably in the telecommunications and energy sectors. Her practice focuses on advising and representing multi-national companies and trade associations on how best to use EU legislation and policy to their advantage. Miriam was the European Commissions’ leading trade negotiator at the WTO on telecommunication issues and is able to advise companies, trade associations and governments on WTO negotiation and dispute resolution and trade policy. Miriam is a qualified Spanish lawyer. Prior to joining the firm Miriam served as a senior adviser in the cabinet of EU external relations commissioner Chris Patten and the cabinet of Benita Ferrero-Waldner, where she was responsible for EU relations for the United States and the Middle East. In her previous career as an EU negotiator at the WTO Miriam led the EU team in the WTO negotiations on telecoms as well as managing the EU negotiating team for energy, postal, construction and information services. She also worked as a competition and regulatory lawyer for BT in Brussels. Miriam has a masters degree from the College of Europe in Bruges (Belgium) and is also a senior associate member of St Anthony’s College, Oxford. Mike Pullen, partner and head of the EU Competition and Trade team said: “Miriam has very strong expertise in international trade policy including the workings of the World Trade Organisation (“WTO”). As a former member of the cabinet of two EU commissioners she also has high level knowledge of EU trade and external relations policy and has strong trade and competition law experience. As such she will be a major asset in gaining high level WTO trade law and policy and competition law work from a number of existing and potential multi-national clients. We are delighted that Miriam has decided to join us. Being able to attract individuals of her character shows the growing recognition outside the firm of the strength and prestige of the EU Competition and Trade team in London.”

“[The day after Mrs. Clegg was hired, DLA Piper gets hold of HSBC Trademark to sponsor SOS Children’s Villages racket!] 26 OCT 2006 DLA Piper appointed to HSBC IP/Trademark Panel PRESS RELEASE London – DLA Piper are delighted to announce their appointment by HSBC to manage the bank’s trade mark portfolio on a multi jurisdictional basis. Simon Levine, DLA Piper’s Global head of IP and Siân Croxon a partner in the firm’s London office will be managing the relationship working with colleagues and associates around the world. “We are obviously delighted with this appointment” said Simon Levine, “representing as it does HSBC’s confidence in our ability to work with them on the development of their trade mark portfolio and the protection of their IP rights”. Siân Croxon commented: “We appreciate the importance of working closely with, and understanding the business imperatives of HSBC, and this is an important step in continuing to build that full relationship with them”.”

“DLA Piper in defence push with BAE hire 18 December 2006 David Middleton DLA Piper has hired former BAE Systems group legal director Michael Lester as a senior consultant as part of the firm’s plans to create a global defence practice. The hire of Lester, who is set to join the London office on 3 January, follows that of Lockheed Martin Corporation’s general counsel Frank Menaker in the Washington DC office. Lester was the only general counsel on the board of a FTSE100 company to earn more than £1m in 2005-06, according to annual reports. He will officially retire from BAE Systems on 1 January, when Philip Bramwell will succeed him as a member of the executive committee. Bramwell joined the company from O2 in November, working with Lester ahead of the handover. DLA was not a core adviser to BAE during Lester’s seven-year tenure at BAE, Europe’s largest defence company. Lester had previously been director of legal affairs at General Electric Company since 1980.”

“WASHINGTON (AP) – Lockheed Martin Corp. will pay $4 million to settle federal charges that it took unauthorized steps to sell missiles overseas and revealed classified information, said an agreement released Friday. The largest U.S. defence contractor did not secure proper clearance from the U.S. State Department while negotiating the sale of 460 Hellfire anti-tank missiles with United Arab Emirates during 2003 and 2004, said documents filed in the case. The State Department also alleged Lockheed revealed classified information to a U.A.E. air force officer during the talks. The proposed sale was never completed. Lockheed later disclosed one of its employees mistakenly gave classified material to an unnamed NATO ally about the Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile that had not been approved for release. The State Department said the cases violated the Arms Control Export Act and the International Traffic in Arms Regulations. The agency began an investigation in 2004 after Lockheed voluntarily notified it of the Hellfire missile case. Under the settlement, Lockheed will pay $3 million – with the extra $1 million suspended if it follows terms of the agreement – which include appointing a special compliance officer to make sure the company abides by laws governing international weapons sales. Lockheed spokesman Tom Jurkowsky said Friday the company neither admits nor denies the violations but any release of classified information or violation of arm sales laws was not intentional. “The personnel mistakenly assumed that because the U.A.E. already had Hellfire missiles that no further approval was needed,” he said.”

http://www.dlapiper.com/global/media/detail.aspx?news=2260 .. [The day after Mrs. Clegg was hired, DLA Piper gets hold of HSBC Trademark to sponsor the SOS Children’s Villages racket!] News 25 OCT 2006 DLA Piper appoints Miriam Gonzalez as senior consultant PRESS RELEASE London – DLA Piper is delighted to announce that Miriam Gonzalez, a former member of the Cabinet of two European Commissioners has joined the EU, Competition and Trade practice in London as a senior consultant. Miriam brings a combination of extensive trade and regulatory expertise and a deep knowledge of international and EU affairs and trade policy to the team. She has wide ranging experience of international law, policy and EU regulations, notably in the telecommunications and energy sectors. Her practice focuses on advising and representing multi-national companies and trade associations on how best to use EU legislation and policy to their advantage. Miriam was the European Commissions’ leading trade negotiator at the WTO on telecommunication issues and is able to advise companies, trade associations and governments on WTO negotiation and dispute resolution and trade policy. Miriam is a qualified Spanish lawyer. Prior to joining the firm Miriam served as a senior adviser in the cabinet of EU external relations commissioner Chris Patten and the cabinet of Benita Ferrero-Waldner, where she was responsible for EU relations for the United States and the Middle East. In her previous career as an EU negotiator at the WTO Miriam led the EU team in the WTO negotiations on telecoms as well as managing the EU negotiating team for energy, postal, construction and information services. She also worked as a competition and regulatory lawyer for BT in Brussels. Miriam has a masters degree from the College of Europe in Bruges (Belgium) and is also a senior associate member of St Anthony’s College, Oxford. Mike Pullen, partner and head of the EU Competition and Trade team said: “Miriam has very strong expertise in international trade policy including the workings of the World Trade Organisation (“WTO”). As a former member of the cabinet of two EU commissioners she also has high level knowledge of EU trade and external relations policy and has strong trade and competition law experience. As such she will be a major asset in gaining high level WTO trade law and policy and competition law work from a number of existing and potential multi-national clients. We are delighted that Miriam has decided to join us. Being able to attract individuals of her character shows the growing recognition outside the firm of the strength and prestige of the EU Competition and Trade team in London.”

Given an FBI failure to respond to recent death threats, Presidential Field is asking for Secret Service protection while he investigates the role of Mrs. Clegg and the DLA Piper in alleged extortion of BAE and the use of forfeiture funds in FADEC murder for hire.

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