1-12-2018 Serco’s Murrah JABS With Sniffer Patent

Abel Danger

First published at 08:43 UTC on January 13th, 2018.

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Please accept Brief 182 from Field McConnell – United States Marine Corps whistle-blower and Global Operations Director of Abel Danger (AD) – on Serco’s CAI private-equity group investors who appear to have used JABS* on April 19, 1995, to book criminals and patentee SWAT teams into the Murrah Building crime scene ostensibly to train sniffer dogs with Non-detonable and non-explosive explosive simulators US 5648636 A but allegedly to deliver a body count with about 168 victims including 15 children in the day care center.

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McConnell claims that a CAI investor, the late Gen. Alexander Haig, embedded a junket-room virtual command center (VCC) in the FBI's Law Enforcement Online (LEO) network so that the Greek Life associates of Bill Clinton (Phi Beta Kappa) and Wilbur Ross (Kappa Beta Phi) could bet on the Murrah Building body count with a system subsequently patented as Real-time interactive wagering on event outcomes CA 2460367 A1.

McConnell claims that a CAI investor, Yves Fortier, a former director of Nortel and RBC, the former Canadian ambassador to the United Nations from 1988 to 1992 and former chairman of Alcan Inc., used LEO junket-room command centers to take bets on the body counts associated with ‘the first live broadcast mass snuff film in human history’ on 9/11.

JABS* – Joint Automated Booking System allegedly built by Nortel Government Solutions for the U.S. Department of Justice so insiders can book criminals and patsied patentees into assassination or mass-casualty events to control the outcome of crime scene investigations and enrich Serco’s private-equity investors including Yves Fortier and the 7th Supreme Allied Commander in Europe (SACEUR), the late Alexander Haig.

Field McConnell invites you to convene a meeting with your cabinet colleagues and Marine Corps Major Duncan D. Hunter, Member of the U.S. Hous..

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