Thursday, March 11, 2010

Carlyle's ambush of Conrad Black

Synopsis: Belief CAI-Carlyle Canada private equity group, led by Frank McKenna set up racketeering non-compete agreements to help Patrick Fitzgerald ambush Conrad Black in Chicago courtroom.
Open e-mail message sent July 14, 2007 to:
Judi McLeod, Editor, Canada Free Press judi@...
Captain Field McConnell and David Hawkins
Forensic Economists at Hawks' CAFE
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
Copies for reference:
Michael Badnarik, 'Lighting the Fires of Liberty' 
scholar@...Representative Duncan Hunter, 52nd District of California bre@...
Representative Ron Paul, 14th. District of Texas, 

Dear Ms. McLeod:
Re: Carlyle's ambush of Conrad Black
Hawks CAFE believes that the CAI-Carlyle Canada private equity group, led by Frank McKenna, Paul Desmarais Sr., and Maurice Strong, set up racketeering non-compete agreements to help Patrick Fitzgerald ambush Conrad Black in a Chicago courtroom.
"One-man Dream Team Patrick Fitzgerald: Bagging a Lord while waiting to face Osama bin Laden down ... By Judi McLeod Saturday, July 14, 2007 .. Fitzgerald's Technicolor Dreams about nailing Osama bin Laden .. "If you're that prosecutor, you'd be insane if you didn't want to go do that," .. On February 6, 2001 during The United States v. Osama bin Laden .. Jamal Ahmed al Fadl .. brought before Fitzgerald from the Witness Protection Program .. senior member of the mujahadeen .. providing information to U.S. intelligence officials on origin, organization and objectives of .. "al Qaeda" ("the base"). " .. "He spoke of Muaz el-Masry, an interpreter of dreams ..  described the headquarters of the organization in Peshawar [and] Ayman al-Zawahiri's pivotal role as the chief counsel to bin Laden ..  In the end, Al-Fadl's testimony fell on deaf ears. Officials in the U.S. State Department neglected to call for an investigation of the alleged al Qaeda nuclear weapons laboratory in Hilat Koko, Sudan .. That was then, this is now and Fitzgerald is on a roll. As of Friday the 13th, he could now add Lord Conrad Black as a notch on his belt .. It was on November 17, 2005 that Fitzgerald brought criminal charges against Lord Black .. After nearly a four-month trial, it was a media feeding frenzy when the jury brought back a guilty verdict in Chicago yesterday."
In November 2000, CAI-Carlyle arranged a $3.4 billion predatory loan to persuade Black into selling Hollinger's Canadian media assets to CanWest Global Communications.
Carlyle investors then appear to have set up an ambush for Black by paying him a number of $ million checks through the First National Bank of Chicago againstU.S. non-compete agreements, arranged by David Radler and his crony lawyers.
In December 2001, Carlyle began extorting CanWest/Hollinger editors and blocking media investigations into the role of McKenna and Carlyle affiliates, AMEC, Bombardier and Canada Steamship Lines, during the Global Guardian 'al-Qaeda' war game on 9/11.
In 2003, Frank McKenna was appointed the new CanWest chairman and ordered two CAI-Carlyle colleagues, Ralph M. Barford, Director of Hollinger, and Jalynn H. Bennett, Director of CanWest Global, to launch an internal investigations into allegations that Black had paid himself millions of dollars from the non-competition agreements 'fixed' by Radler.
We have named Messrs. McKenna, Desmarais and Strong in the lawsuit "Hawks CAFE v. Global Guardians" and we would like your thoughts on adding Patrick Fitzgerald to the list of defendants in our class action claim for RICO damages re wrongful deaths associated with the 'al-Qaeda' 9/11 war game.
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
Notes: "Carlyle's ambush of Conrad Black"

"CanWest editorial control and management itself. In 
December 2001, 77 staff at The Montreal Gazette signed a letter and launched a web page opposing the national editorial policy, and the reporters among them participated in a byline strike, refusing to sign their names to their stories in the newspaper in protest. Management responded with a gag order. The next year, several journalists left The Halifax Daily News over similar conflicts, and ten journalists at The Regina Leader-Post were reprimanded or suspended after a byline strike to protest censorship of coverage of a speech in Regina by Toronto Star columnist and CanWest critic Haroon Siddiqui."
"Mr. Genson told the jury that "lumping together" Lord Black and Mr. Radler would be a mistake because although they were business partners for more than 30 years, they divided the business along geographical lines. "Conrad Black had little or no involvement in the U.S. community newspaper deals" that were handed by Mr. Radler, Mr. Genson said. The one transaction he was responsible for was the $3.4-billion sale of Canadian newspapers to CanWest Global Connunications Corp., the lawyer said. "Everything the [U.S.] government complained about - right or wrong - didn't happen at CanWest," said Mr. Genson. Lord Black was not a victim of Mr. Radler alone, who he learned had not been up front about their supposed minority ownership in a private community newspaper group, said Mr. Genson. The press baron also fell prey to the "corporate governance" movement, whose practitioners has used the U.S. Attorney's office to help strip him of his newspaper empire - once the world's third-largest, he said. "It was a healthy and successful company worth billions of dollars, until the company was taken away from Conrad Black," Mr. Genson told jurors during his address. "This is not the story of a theft by Conrad Black. It was a theft from him."

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