Thursday, March 11, 2010

bcIMC moves al-Qaeda assets on Georgetti networks

Synopsis: Belief bcIMC moves al-Qaeda assets on murder-for-hire networks set up by Canadian labor boss Ken Georgetti in a joint venture with Arthur Coia, general president emeritus of LIUNA
Open e-mail message sent May 14, 2007 to:Chris Trumpy, Chairman of the Board,
British Columbia Investment Management Corporation,
B.C. Deputy Minister of the Environment.
Tel: 250 387 5429 chris.trumpy@...
2940 Jutland Road, Sawmill Point,
VictoriaV8T 5K6
, B.C. Canada.

From: Captain Field McConnell and David Hawkins
Forensic Economists at Hawks' CAFE
Copies include:
United States Representative Ron Paul, 14th. District of Texas rep.paul@...
Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper 
U.S. Vice-President Richard Cheney 
Dear Mr. Trumpy,
Re: bcIMC moves al-Qaeda assets on Georgetti networks
Hawks CAFE believes that bcIMC* directors are moving 'al-Qaeda' assets on murder-for-hire networks set up between 1999 and September 2001 by the Canadian labor boss Ken Georgetti in an alleged racketeering joint venture with Arthur Coia, general president emeritus of the Laborers' International Union of North America ('LIUNA'). 
bcIMC* - British Columbia Investment Management Corporation
Per the lawsuit referenced at the url below, we plan to prove that crews and passengers on planes which participated in a "Global Guardian" war game on 9/11, were killed after their planes were guided into targets by unionized FAA and NAV CANADA air traffic controllers using instrument approach procedures or electronic networks developed by Macdonald Dettwiler and Associates of Richmond, B.C. for bcIMC's private equity clients, including 50 known and unknown investors with the CAI Capital Partners group.
By this e-mail, we are asking the bcIMC board of directors to identify 50 "Prominent Individual" co-investors with the CAI [al-Qaeda?] Capital Partners groups listed under bcIMC inventory, "Private Placement Investments as at March 31st 2006 (Unaudited)".
Failing receipt of a prompt and complete response as to the identity of bcIMC-CAI co-investors, we will ask you to show cause why bcIMC directors should not be added to 'Defendants' as named in a lawsuit which presently includes Messrs. Georgetti and Coia.
Yours sincerely,
Field McConnell Tel: 218 329-2993
28 year airline and 22 year military pilot,
23,000 hours of safety 
David Hawkins Tel: 604 542-0891 hawks-cafe@... 
Notes: "bcIMC moves al-Qaeda assets on Georgetti networks"
"January 25, 2007 Drug cases sounds familiar .. Vancouver Sun's report today that the business manager of Ironworkers Local 97 in Burnaby, B.C., is facing drug charges after the U.S. Border Patrol "seized cocaine valued at more than $4 million in eastern Washington" last week .. heard all this before? Top B.C. labour guy? Blue-collar union? Drug-importation charges? Southeastern B.C.? .. Back in 1983, the leader of the Trail, B.C., local of the United Steelworkers of America was arrested on charges of conspiracy to import $3 million worth of marijuana and $1 million worth of cocaine for the purposes of trafficking. Those charges died in March 1985 because a key Crown witness went missing. That witness, Alan McTeer .. resurfaced in 1994 .. The case remains noteworthy because of what that Trail union leader, free of the otherwise career-limiting encumbrance of drug charges, went on to achieve in the world of organized labour. Specifically, he became .. president of B.C. Federation of Labour and now holds the same position at the Canadian Labour Congress. The man's name is Ken Georgetti. Posted by Terry O'Neill on January 25, 2007 in Current Affairs .."
"LIUNA .. Laborers' International Union of North America .. In 1986, the President's Commission on Organized Crime (PCOC) named LIUNA, the Teamsters, the International Longshore-men's Association (ILA) and the Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees (HERE) union as the four most corrupt unions in America. A top FBI official testified that the presidents of those unions were "hand-picked by La Cosa Nostra (LCN)." .. John Serpico was one of the LIUNA international's vice presidents and president of LIUNA Local 8 in Chicago. Serpico testified before the PCOC that he was a friend or personal acquaintance of virtually every major organized crime figure in Chicago, including Tony Accardo, the "boss of bosses" of the Chicago LCN .. Arthur Armand Coia, son of Fosco's former international secretary-treasurer, rounded up enough votes to beat Serpico and became LIUNA's new general president .. In September 1981, Coia pere and fils were indicted with Raymond Patriarca Sr. on bribery and racketeering charges .. charged .. defendants set up an insurance scam in which they charged LIUNA rank and file for the most expensive form of insurance and looted the premiums by using them for "kickbacks, payoffs, unearned salaries and fees and improper personal expenses." .. When Coia became president of LIUNA in February 1993 .. Justice Department was investigating a RICO complaint against the union based on the PCOC findings. Coia wasted little time befriending the new president. Even before taking office, he donated $100,000 to the Clinton inaugural committee. That was only the beginning .. the union's political action committee donated $1,415,867 to Democratic candidates and party committees in the 1993-94 election cycle. By June 1993, Coia had received his first invitation to the White House for a private dinner with the president and first lady .. In February 1994, the Laborers invited Mrs. Clinton to address their convention in Miami .. head of the Organized Crime and Racketeering section of the Justice Department .. wrote an internal Justice Department memo which stated that the White House should be aware that Justice was preparing a RICO suit against LIUNA and that it planned to portray Coia as a "mob puppet." .. Coia received the proposed RICO charges at union headquarters .. In February 1995, only three months after sending LIUNA the RICO charges, the Justice Department backed down .. Coia again asked Mrs. Clinton to speak at the Laborers' convention .. she accepted, addressing the convention on February 6, 1995 in Miami. On February 13, LIUNA and the Justice Department cut its deal. Coia would use the negotiated internal reforms to oust rivals like John Serpico .. Coia was the first major LIUNA official to escape conviction in their internal anti-corruption investigation ..  He stepped down in December [1995] as union president, but still collects a $250,000 annual salary and pension as general president emeritus".

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