Thursday, March 11, 2010

FDNY Power Corp, RCMP Mayerthorpe

Synopsis: Belief that investors in Power Corp life insurers, AXA & Great West Life extort pension funds of first responders e.g. FDNY
and Mayerthorpe RCMP officers ambushed on 9/11 and 
Open e-mail message sent July 10, 2007 to:Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper pm@...
U.S. Vice-President Richard Cheney 

From: 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, rep.paul@...

Dear Prime Minister Harper and Vice President Cheney:
Re: FDNY Power Corp, RCMP Mayerthorpe
Hawks CAFE believes that the private equity investors in Power Corp's life-insurance affiliates, AXA and Great West Life, are using murder for hire networks to extort pension funds of first responders, including the 342 FDNY firefighters ambushed and killed on
and the four Mayerthorpe 
RCMP officers ambushed and killed on 3/3/05.
Two Alberta men have just been charged with first-degree murder in what now appears to be contract hits on the Mayerthorpe RCMP.
We suspect Great-West Life kicked back profits from Mayerthorpe victims' life insurance policies into RCMP senior officers' pension funds and Groupe AXA kicked back profits from the firefighter victims' life insurance policies into the FDNY senior officers pension fund, both payments being 'blood-and-hush' money invested by Power Corp. insiders.
The alleged Power Corp kickbacks of victim life-insurance funds seem to have worked.
The FDNY senior officers have so far failed to investigate the use of 'high-rise' cluster bombs to ambush and kill 342 firefighters on 9/11 and vaporize evidence of murder.
The RCMP officers failed to investigate the use of the Canadian gun registry to get weapons to the ex-con who ambushed and killed their colleagues at Maplethorpe.     
We suggest the new RCMP commissioner William Elliott will ensure Power Corp's alleged life insurance payments into the RCMP pension fund, remains a sound investment.
"William Elliott  ... was a lawyer in private practice in the 1980s before becoming .. chief of staff to Don Mazankowski [a director of Great West Life and Power Corp through Maurice Strong's UN Oil-for-Food kickback scams], deputy prime minister .. entered permanent civil service in 1992 .. held series of high-level positions, most dealing with public safety and national security [through bogus 'Global Guardian' war games on 9/11]"
We believe Power Corp private-equity groups are extorting Canadian and American citizens and their first responders; the referenced lawsuit refers, your action is demanded.
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: "FDNY Power Corp, RCMP Mayerthorpe""
"Two Alberta men have been charged with first-degree murder in the 2005 fatal shootings of four Mounties near Mayerthorpe in northern Alberta .. Dennis Keegan Rodney Cheeseman, 23, and Shawn William Hennesey, 28, both from Barrhead, were each charged with four counts of first-degree murder .. accused of being a party to the offence for aiding and abetting gunman James Roszko, who ambushed the four RCMP officers on March 3, 2005 ... Cheeseman and Hennesey, who are brothers-in-law and lived together at the time of the killings, were known to police and were well acquainted with Roszko .. "They were associates over an extended period of time" .. Roszko killed the four officers who were at his Rochfort Bridge farm investigating his property, which was believed to have been the site of an auto chop shop and a marijuana grow-op."
"9.34 The RCMP paid for the same work twice. The Director of the National Compensation Policy Centre (NCPC) instructed the insurance carrier, Great-West Life, [100% owned by Power Corporation of Canada] to begin preparing for outsourcing the administration of the RCMP employee insurance plans. This preparatory work was performed by Great-West Life without a contract—contrary to contracting regulations. After working on the project for several months, the RCMP requirements changed and Great-West Life determined that it could not provide all the required services within the specified delivery date. It was persuaded to act as a go-between for payments to another firm, Morneau Sobeco, which took on the job of administering the insurance plans for the RCMP. The RCMP then paid Morneau Sobeco for the firm's own requirements definition phase of the contract, indicating that the contractor started again from the very beginning. RCMP officials could not identify any tangible service performed by Great-West Life. Great-West Life believes that it helped to define requirements for future outsourcing work. The OPS investigation concluded that the RCMP insurance plans paid over $250,000 in unnecessary payments to Great-West Life."
"But the connections [to Power Corp and UN Oil-for-Food scam] don't end there. Ted Johnson, the Power vice-president, is a former assistant to Trudeau. Paul Desmarais Sr. has long been a mentor of former prime minister Brian Mulroney. Don Mazankowski, a former Mulroney cabinet minister, sits on Power Corp.'s board. Bill Davis, former premier of Ontario, is on Power Corp.'s international advisory council. Daniel Johnson Jr., Quebec Liberal leader and briefly premier, worked for Power from 1973 to 1981. In fact, the political connections really don't stop at all. You could spend days trying to trace the connections that Paul Desmarais Sr. has not only with Canadian politicians, but in nearly every western capital in the world. Not bad for a guy from Sudbury, Ont., who started out fixing buses to save a nearly bankrupt transport company, inherited from his father. Desmarais's friends have joked that he "collects politicians."
Great West Life Board of DirectorsAs of May 3, 2007
Robert Gratton 
Chairman of the Board of the Corporation
Chairman, Power Financial Corporation
Gail S. Asper, O.M. 
Corporate Secretary,
CanWest Global Communications Corporation
Marcel R. Coutu
President and Chief Executive Officer,
Canadian Oil Sands Limited
Orest T. Dackow 
Corporate Director
André Desmarais, O.C. 
President and Co-Chief Executive Officer,
Power Corporation of Canada
Deputy Chairman, Power Financial Corporation
Paul Desmarais, Jr., O.C. 
Chairman and Co-Chief Executive Officer,
Power Corporation of Canada
Chairman of the Executive Committee,
Power Financial Corporation
H. David Graves
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer,
V. Peter Harder
Senior Policy Advisor,
Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP
Michael L. Hepher 
Corporate Director
Daniel Johnson
Of Counsel to McCarthy Tétrault LLP
Kevin P. Kavanagh, C.M. 
Corporate Director
Chancellor Emeritus, Brandon University
Peter Kruyt
Power Corporation of Canada
The Right Honourable Donald F. Mazankowski, P.C., O.C., A.O.E.
Senior Advisor to Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP
William T. McCallum 
Great-West Life & Annuity Insurance Company
Raymond L. McFeetors 
President & Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation,
  The Great-West Life Assurance Company,
  London Life Insurance Company,
  Canada Life Financial Corporation,
  The Canada Life Assurance Company,
  Great-West Life & Annuity Insurance Company
Jerry E.A. Nickerson 
Chairman of the Board,
H.B. Nickerson & Sons Limited
David A. Nield
Corporate Director
R. Jeffrey Orr
President and Chief Executive Officer,
Power Financial Corporation
Michel Plessis-Bélair, FCA
Vice-Chairman and Chief Financial Officer,
Power Corporation of Canada
Executive Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer,
Power Financial Corporation
Guy St-Germain, C.M. 
Placements Laugerma Inc.
Dr. Emõke J.E. Szathmáry, C.M., Ph.D. 
President and Vice-Chancellor,
University of Manitoba
Murray J. Taylor 
Co-President and Chief Executive Officer,
IGM Financial Inc.
President and Chief Executive Officer,
Investors Group Inc.
Gérard Veilleux, O.C. 
Power Corporation of Canada

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