Sunday, March 28, 2010

Marcy's MindBox and the Subprime Death Squad

Belief Kristine Marcy clients use MindBox loan software for USDOJ government entities to extort `subprime death squads' contract hits on whistleblower members of No FEAR Coalition.

Open e-mail sent April 15, 2008 for attention:
Yolanda Gibson-Michaels, Voluntary Director, No Fear Coalition, 
Field McConnell USNA '71 and David Hawkins
Forensic Economists at Hawks' CAFE
fbi@... avalonbeef@...
Copies for reference: Kristine Marcy, McConnell International contactus@... Marsha Coleman-Adebayo nofearinstitute@... Founder and Leader of No FEAR Coalition and EPA Employees Against Racial Discrimination Mathew Fogg, Co-Chair, No Fear Coalition mathew.fogg@... Katheryn R. Stell, Director of Diversity (LGBT) kstell@... Dr. Jack Stockwell jack@...

Dear Ms. Gibson-Michaels:
Marcy's MindBox and the Subprime Death Squad
Hawks CAFE believes Kristine Marcy's clients use MindBox loan-management software which she allegedly procured for the U.S. Department of Justice and corrupt government entities to extort `small, minority businesses' and `subprime death squads' into running surveillance and executing contract hits on rivals or whistleblowers, including top officials or members of the No FEAR Coalition.

"A Report by a Panel of the NATIONAL ACADEMY OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION for the United States Congress and Department of the Interior August 2004 .. THE U.S. PARK POLICE: ALIGNING MISSION, PRIORITIES, AND RESOURCES PANEL Royce Hanson, Chair .. Kristine M. Marcy [Former Associate Deputy Attorney General, Office of the Deputy Attorney General USDOJ]  .. USPP ACTIVITIES BEYOND NPS LAW ENFORCEMENT NEEDS .. All USPP activities fit within the organization's broad mission.  However, some fall outside NPS' specific law enforcement needs.  Most involve requests from USSS and provision of the Secretary of the Interior's security detail.  As DOI, NPS, and USPP clarify the USPP mission, the Panel believes they should examine the scope of these services. USSS is known for its protection of the President, Vice President and their families, and former Presidents after they leave office.  It protects the permanent and temporary residences of these individuals, the White House complex, the Main TreasuryBuilding and Annex, and foreign diplomatic missions in the DC metropolitan area.  Originally part of the U.S. Treasury Department, USSS also has primary jurisdiction to investigate counterfeiting, credit card fraud, computer fraud, and a range of other financial crimes. .. When USSS requests federal law enforcement support, it generally does not reimburse for such services.  In USPP's case, reimbursement usually applies only for use of its helicopter and Camp David security sweeps.  Services that USPP provides in support of the USSS mission are: .. motorcycle or cruiser escort (with MPD) as the president travels to Andrews Air Force Base inPrince George's County when weather precludes transportation in the presidential helicopter ..  vice-presidential escort to and from his residence (starting after 9/11, approximately 1.2 motorcycle officers per year) .. helicopter surveillance of roof tops and routes for presidential and dignitary travel … diplomatic escort details in the DC area ..  canine and helicopter support at Camp David when or just before the president is in residence, which began in 1972 .. Helicopter support events have decreased from 271 missions in 2001 to 170 in 2003.  Total motorcycle escort support has declined from a high of 1,456 missions in 1999 to 990 in 2002 and 903 in 2003.  Requests have increased since 9/11, but USPP does not have the resources to respond to them.  In addition, USPP estimates it spends approximately .8 FTE on motor escorts for the president, but reports that only "a small portion of this time" is in the motorcade itself.  A larger portion is spent on road and pedestrian closures along the NPS portion of the route (often on Suitland Parkway).  USPP is required to perform these functions, regardless of whether it is in the motorcade. This support is not unilateral.  USSS recently purchased new flight helmets for USPP's Aviation personnel and upgraded helicopter radio systems, which are routinely used in support of the President.  USSS provides radio technicians to service this equipment.  The USSS Uniformed Division also provides USPP with handheld magnetometers to use during large special events that require additional security checks, such as the July 4th celebrations, and it assists USPP around the White House Complex during large demonstrations. USPP provides the Secretary of the Interior's security detail, a full-time protective service that totals approximately five FTE and $80,000 in overtime as of May 2004.  This service began in the 1970s, at DOI request, when USPP was the largest DOI law enforcement organization.  The Office of Inspector General provides these services in some other agencies. USPP issues citations for parking violations on DC streets adjacent to NPS land as well as on NPS streets.  The USPP policy is to avoid issuing citations on city streets unless a vehicle is directly affecting a park (such as blocking part of an entrance).  USPP issued 29,344 parking citations in DC in calendar year 2002 and 19,442 in 2003, many of them in the area of the National Mall.  The citations have declined 20 percent as officers have had less time for routine work such as parking citations.  The revenue (approximately $972,000 in 2003) goes to the DC government.  MPD also could (and sometimes does) issue citations in these areas.  DC, like many other local police departments, uses less costly staff than sworn officers for parking enforcement.  Since DC receives parking citation revenue, it has a financial incentive to supply lower-cost specialists to increase parking enforcement in park areas adjacent to city streets. USPP does not want to turn primary responsibility for citations to MPD because it believes it has a strong incentive to keep violators from parking longer than the specified time in areas adjacent to or on the National Mall; this keeps the parking available for more visitors.  In the post 9/11 environment, USPP pays even more attention to the vehicles parked there.  While DC gets the revenue from the citations, they do not charge USPP for use of their jail or courtrooms."
You replied to our post (#440) with questions or requests for explanations as below …
Explain "create a killing field for the No FEAR whistleblowers assembled at the Capitol Building on 9/11"  We allege that lenders used MindBox to generate conditional posts and order sub-prime death squads of distressed debtors to execute contract hits at specified times such as the occasion of the vote on the No FEAR Act on 9/11.
"Was their any danger to the No Fear Coalition wasn't aware of at or during the time of 911?  I [Yolanda Gibson-Michaels] was not at the Capitol during 911 nor am I aware of any assembly being held." Yes, there was danger, the No FEAR assembly was a target – your question should be "Who in the No FEAR Coalition, would have been outside the Capitol Building at 9:26 a.m. the intended time of impact of an A-3 Skywarrior?"
Field McConnell is meeting with his sister Kristine Marcy soon; he will be contacting you thereafter with more detailed answers before he or prospective No FEAR Coalition whistleblowers assemble in Washington in May under the protection of Ms. Marcy's alleged Weatherwomen clients and their MindBox controlled sub-prime death squads.
Yours sincerely,
Field McConnell, United States Naval Academy, 1971, Forensic Economist fbi@... or avalonbeef@... Astana, Kazakhstan  28 year airline and 22 year military pilot, 23,000 hours of safety

David Hawkins 
hawks-cafe@... Tel: 604 542-0891 Leader, Reform Party of British Columbia, Former oil industry operating engineer; Blow-out specialist, safety officer, trouble shooting, 15 years experience explosives, incendiaries, radioactive materials
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 5810
Notes: "Marcy's MindBox and the Subprime Death Squad"
"The [U.S. Department of Justice] Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization is headed by a Director appointed by the Attorney General, who shall be responsible to, and report directly to, the Deputy Attorney General [Ms. Marcy, Formerly Associate Deputy Attorney General, Office of the Deputy Attorney General],  .. Director shall .. (b) Establish Department goals for the participation by small businesses, including small businesses owned and controlled by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals, in Department procurement contracts; (c) Have supervisory authority over Department personnel to the extent that the functions and duties of such personnel relate to the functions and duties described in paragraph (a) of this section; .. (e) Assign small business technical adviser to any Department offices to which the Small Business Administration assigns a procurement center representative, in accordance with section 644(k)(6) of title 15 U.S. Code; (f) Develop and implement appropriate outreach programs to include small minority businesses in procurement contracts .. [Order No. 906–80, 45 FR 52145, Aug. 6, 1980]"
"Current Projects Review of a Financial Action Plan for The Immigration & Customs Enforcement Agency, DHS Client/Funder: Immigration & Customs Enforcement Purpose and Scope: Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), a branch of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), has asked the National Academy of Public Administration to conduct a study of its financial management structure and processes .. goal is the development of a solid financial and accounting foundation with documented internal controls, organizational structure and accountability to support a clean audit opinion .. Panel:  ..  W. Scott Gould,*  .. Deputy to the Director for Modernization, Naval Criminal Investigative Service .. Kristine Marcy* Consultant —  McConnell International. Former Chief Operating Officer, Small Business Administration; Senior Counsel, Detention and Deportation, Immigration and Naturalization Service; Assistant Director for Prisoner Services, U.S. Marshals Service, U.S. Department of Justice; Associate Deputy Attorney General, Office of the Deputy Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice; Acting Director/Deputy Director, Office of Construction Management and Deputy Budget Director, U.S. Department of the Interior; Deputy Assistant Secretary, Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education; Assistant Director, Human Resources, Veterans and Labor Group, U.S. Office of Personnel Management. Statement of Disclosure by Kristine Marcy: Kristine Marcy states:  I am working on a temporary (approximate 6 month) project as an employee of AVIEL Corporation reporting directly to the CEO, John Chapel.  Late last year, Mr. Chapel acquired the PMC Corporation; it is a wholly owned subsidiary of AVIEL.  PMC has active contracts with DHS including contracts for project management, acquisition support and financial management work for the OCIO and the OFO .. PROJECT STAFF Frank DiGiammarino, Responsible Staff Officer (frankd@...) Russ Cherry, Project Director ( Richard Keevey, Senior Advisor (rkeevy@...) Nathan D. Winstead, Research Associate (nwinstead@...) Martha S. Ditmeyer, Project Associate (Mditmeyer@...)'

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