Monday, March 15, 2010

Al-Qaeda Townsend moles in arbitrage law-firm frauds

Belief Frances Fragos Townsend and husband John leaked details of murder and sabotage maneuvers executed during a 9/11 'al-Qaeda' war game, where arbitrage law firms shared fraudulent profits with insiders of MIT pension funds.

Open e-mail sent January 09, 2008 to:MIT Pension Fund Beneficiaries; Chomsky & Deutch
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Captain Field McConnell, August Dunning and David Hawkins,
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Dear MIT Pension Fund Beneficiaries; Chomsky & Deutch
Re: Al-Qaeda Townsend moles in arbitrage law-firm frauds 
Hawks CAFE believes Frances Fragos Townsend and husband John leaked details of contract-hit and sabotage maneuvers planned for the 9/11 'al-Qaeda' war game, thereby allowing arbitrage law firms to panic U.S. capital markets and share fraudulent profits with crony insiders of your MIT pension funds.
"An Outsider's Quick Rise To Bush Terror Adviser By Susan B. Glasser and Peter Baker Washington Post Staff Writers Saturday, August 27, 2005; A01 ... Frances Fragos Townsend wanted an answer. The government's senior terrorism officials were poring through intelligence reports last summer suggesting that New York's financial district was being targeted by al Qaeda. The question at hand was whether to raise the nation's terrorism threat level to orange. Asa Hutchinson, then an undersecretary at the Department of Homeland Security, recalled that he deferred to his absent boss. But Townsend, the top White House adviser on counterterrorism and homeland security, had a higher authority to invoke. "You don't understand," she said. "The president will be calling momentarily. We need your position." From the low-ceilinged, windowless confines of a basement office in the West Wing, Townsend runs President Bush's far-flung campaign against terrorism. Her two predecessors were four-star generals who brought decades of experience to the fight .. But the hard-charging Townsend has parlayed a succession of powerful patrons into one of the government's most important jobs. Along the way .. she has transformed herself from confidante of then-Attorney General Janet Reno to a confidante of George W. Bush .. Others nurse resentments that as a Justice Department official she did not do more to ensure that information on terrorist threats was shared more widely inside the government before the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks .. Among her many mentors, she counts Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, longtime FBI Director Louis J. Freeh and former White House counterterrorism czar Richard A. Clarke .. In recent months, Townsend has overseen an intelligence reorganization .. Even her husband, John -- an arbitrage lawyer, a classmate of Bush's at Andover and Yale, and a registered Democrat -- said his wife confounded expectations for someone in her position. "People tend to be surprised," .. A Career Turning Point On that fateful Sept. 11 nearly four years ago, Townsend was at home with her 2-week-old son, Patrick, frantically paging her close friend John O'Neill. O'Neill, a legendary FBI official who led its efforts against al Qaeda before growing disillusioned, had just quit the bureau to head security at the World Trade Center. Until a few months earlier, she had run the Justice Department's Office of Intelligence Policy and Review that decided which cases merited supersecret intelligence wiretaps, work that took her inside al Qaeda cases, such as the 1998 embassy bombings in Africa. She also became a key adviser to Reno, acting in her own words as a "back channel" between O'Neill and the attorney general, briefing her multiple times a day during a crisis. "Reno would call at all hours of the day or night from her office," Townsend's husband remembered. "She was very close to Janet," Reno deputy Eric H. Holder Jr. said. "Not just professionally. Clearly there was a personal dynamic to it." Townsend had arrived at Justice headquarters a few years earlier under the patronage of Reno's criminal chief .. Her first job was at the Brooklyn district attorney's office. Early work on mob cases led Rudolph W. Giuliani to hire her in the U.S. attorney's office in New York .. By the late 1990s, Townsend was a fixture. "Fran would be back-channeling to Janet," the former aide said. "Things would be inked and decided. And Fran would go off to Janet and things would be decided the other way." Her office would be a focus of controversy after Sept. 11. As the gatekeeper for intelligence wiretap requests, Townsend's office fought efforts to invoke the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act in matters that could result in criminal cases .. In practical terms, the result was what commission reports called "The Wall," fencing off investigators from potentially useful information about suspects on American soil .. three former senior advisers to Reno said .. "She was one of the leading defenders of the famous Wall," .. When Bush came into office, senior Justice officials were told by incoming Attorney General John D. Ashcroft's team that Townsend was one of those slated to go. They also mentioned complaints about her by U.S. District Judge Royce C. Lamberth, at the time head of the secret-wiretap court .. By that sad September morning, she was on maternity leave from her decidedly low-profile new job as intelligence chief for the Coast Guard. "We thought it was a nice, friendly place for someone expecting her second child," her husband said. After spending the day as a "communications hub" for O'Neill's worried friends, Townsend turned her focus to the Coast Guard. The agency was not legally part of the "intelligence community" and not entitled to share sensitive information. Working from home, she helped the Coast Guard get added to intelligence legislation and transformed the agency's priority from South American drug-smuggling to the vulnerability of America's ports .. Moving Up the Ranks The next leap came in spring 2003, when two Townsend patrons urged Rice to hire her at the National Security Council. Both Clarke, the publicity-savvy former counterterrorism chief who later criticized Bush for failure to pay early enough attention to the al Qaeda threat, and Gen. John A. Gordon, at the time Bush's homeland security chief, lobbied for Townsend .. It was a controversial hire. Political hands in the White House worried about her past as a Democratic appointee. Republicans on Capitol Hill circulated a stinging memo with details of her connection to the Wall. National security veterans worried, as one career official who worked with her put it, "Is she senior enough for this?" Columnist Robert D. Novak wrote that Reno's onetime protege could turn out to be an "enemy within." .. That May, just a year after arriving in the White House, she was promoted to head both counterterrorism and homeland security offices. "There's a toughness to her," said former homeland security secretary Tom Ridge"
Get ready for a visit from our virtual auditors who suspect you and your MIT cronies and the apparently-treasonous Townsend family of event-arbitrage trading and murder for hire during 'al-Qaeda' 9/11.
Yours sincerely,
Field McConnell avalonbeef@... Tel: 218 329 2993
28 year airline and 22 year military pilot, 23,000 hours of safety
August Dunning 
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Professor of Physics, 9th generation descendant of Benjamin Franklin
David Hawkins 
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Former oil industry operating engineer, blow out specialist and safety officer - 15 years experience handling radioactive materials, explosives and incendiaries

Copies to file:
Civil Case 3:07-cv-24  "McConnell v. Boeing and ALPA"
Civil Case 3:07-cv-49  "Hawks CAFE v. Global Guardians"
Clerk's Office, Federal District Court of North Dakota
655 1st Ave. North, Suite 130, Fargo ND 58102

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