Saturday, March 13, 2010

MIT life insurance frauds and the cascade contract hit

Belief private equity affiliates of MIT pension fund MITIMCO have used 'cascade' contract-hit teams to extort global control over Chicago's aircraft, reinsurance and carbon-emission traders.
Open e-mail sent October 19, 2007 to:
 John Deutch and Noam Chomsky @ Massachusetts Institute of Technology, C/o Robert Laubacher, Center for Collective Intelligence MIT NE20-336 3 Cambridge Center Cambridge, MA 02139 rjl@...
Captain Field McConnell and David Hawkins, Forensic Economists at Hawks' CAFE

Copies for reference:
Kristine Marcy, McConnell International, LLC. 1301 K Street, NW Suite 450 Washington, DC Tel: 202-289 8800 
Members of the Environmental Justice Coalition 
Al Gore, Co-Founder, Generation Investment Management LLPinfo@... Representative Duncan Hunter, 52nd District of California bre@...  
US Vice-President, Richard Cheney, 
Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper pm@... 
Michael Badnarik 'Lighting the Fires of Liberty', We The People Radio Network  scholar@... 
Dear Professors Deutch and Chomsky:

Re: MIT life insurance frauds and the cascade contract hit
Hawks CAFE believes that private-equity groups affiliated to the MIT pension fund MITIMCO* have used 'cascade' networks of contract-hit teams to extort global control over Chicago's aircraft, reinsurance and carbon-emission traders.

MIT Investment Management Company

In a 'cascade hit', life-insurance policies on target companies such as CO2e, Aon Corporation or Boeing are 'layered' so that different levels of management have an insured beneficial interest in the life (or death) of their subordinates.

If the target's insured directors at one level refuse to assist in the assassination of an insured, subordinate rival or whistleblower, then they risk being 'whacked' from the insured 'cascade' level above, such as the members of private equity MITIMCO or Carlyle Canada groups who control a target's line of credit.

In 1993 (see notes), MIT faculty members, Molten Metal Technology directors and anarcho-syndicalists in the Laborers'

(LIUNA) union appear to have begun the joint-venture development of ultra-high temperature 'Unabombs' needed for the spoliation (even vaporization!) of evidence of murder-for-hire (Google Ron Brown Murrah Arkancide), arson and life-insurance frauds.
Our research indicates that these Unabomb developments were concealed by MIT faculty members working through the MIT Center for Coordination Science (now oxymoronically renamed as a Center for Collective Intelligence!) and their use of an Al Gore/AT&T 'Narco-Clipper' communications network.
 "MIT Center for Collective Intelligence Official Launch October 13, 2006 1:00-3:00 pm Welcome:  What is collective intelligence? Susan Hockfield President, MIT Thomas W. Malone Director, MIT Center for Collective Intelligence .. What will MIT do? Don Lessard Ex-Deputy Dean, MIT Sloan School of Management .. Randall Davis Research Director, MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory Deborah Ancona Director, MIT Leadership Center Project announcement Collectively writing a book:  "We Are Smarter Than Me" Reception Note:  This event is open to MIT faculty, research staff, and members of the press. Others are invited to view the live webcast."

In the context of the "Hawks CAFE v. Global Guardian" law suit, be advised  our forensic economists are developing a qui tam response with the United States as a remedy to murder for hire, spoliation of evidence and violations of the U.S. False Claims Act through 9/11, allegedly by Clipper-coordinated sub-contractors, including
MITIMCO and MIT's Center for Collective Intelligence.

This e-mail will be notarized and added to the legal file below, along with any subsequent responses from the MITIMCO, McConnell International LLC., the Rose Law Firm, Little Rock, Ark., the U.S. Army Picatinny Warfighter Center (N.J.); the DoJ, the FBI, and Amec, Boeing and Canada Steamship Lines.

Yours sincerely,
Field McConnell avalonbeef@... Tel: 218 329 2993
28 year airline and 22 year military pilot, 23,000 hours of safety
David Hawkins 
hawks-cafe@... Tel: 604 542-0891
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
Notes: "MIT life insurance frauds and the cascade contract hit"
Molten Metals The Financial Feedback Loop between algore and Molten Metals' Government Contracts Selling high, just in time: The trials of Chairman Mo (Strong, Gore and Molten Metal) From Here: Franklin Haney, indicted for illegal campaign contributions
"This Tennessee real estate developer and longtime Gore fundraiser was trying to get the FCC to move its headquarters to a development of his called "The Portals." He was also a guest on Air Force One during 1995-6. Haney was a generous donor. He was indicted in November 1998 for 42 counts of illegal campaign contributions to the Clinton-Gore campaign between 1992 and late 1995. More strikingly, he paid a $1 million fee to Peter Knight right before he became the Clinton-Gore campaign manager. Knight also ran Gore's House and Senate offices for years and helped finance his campaigns; Time calls him "the hub of Gore's political circle." Haney claims that the million bucks was a fee for "advice" on attracting the FCC to the Portals; that must have been some damn good advice. More likely, it was a contingency fee for delivering the FCC deal, using his Gore connections." 
Gore university chair entangled in fund-raising investigation
"A university professorship, named for Al Gore's late sister and focused on the study of wild grasses, has become entangled in the political fund-raising controversy because of the role of a vice presidential confidant.
A handful of donations arranged by lobbyist Peter Knight came from clients or contractors who were in line for new federal business at the time they wrote checks for the University of Tennessee environmental studies chair, documents show."
Senate probe turns to DOE ex-official
"A well-connected Democratic lobbyist, Peter Knight, represented Fluor and Molten Metals before he was hired to run President Clinton's re-election campaign in spring 1996. Knight, Grumbly and William Haney, founder of Molten Metals, all worked for Vice President Al Gore when he was on Capitol Hill, first in the House, then in the Senate."
1989 Molten Metal Technology, Inc. (MMT) founded by William Haney. The company seeks to develop a process by which hazardous and nuclear wastes can be melted down and recycled into useful products. (The Village Voice, 4/1/97)
1993 MMT was one of 18 firms to obtain research grants to find ways to rid the nation of nuclear waste. The grant was $1.2 million. "Department of Energy (DOE) consultants warned that Haney's process offered 'no significant advantage' to 'justify its preferred development' over rivals'." (Time, 6/9/97)
February 1993 Molten becomes a publicly-traded company. (Forbes, 1/22/96)
September 1993 MMT opens its Fall River, Mass. plant. Peter Knight arranged for Assistant Energy Secretary Thomas Grumbly to be a guest speaker at the plant's opening. "Grumbly suggested that the firm could receive as much as $200 million in federal work, which sent the stock soaring." (Time, 6/9/97)
January 1994 The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory reports that Molten's new process was probably inappropriate for the kind of waste at most nuclear weapons sites. (Time, 6/9/97)
March 1994 The General Accounting Office states that Molten's technology was at least 13 years from full development. (Forbes, 1/22/96)
March 24, 1994 Molten contributes $15,000 to the Democrat National Committee (DNC). (Federal Election Commission [FEC] reports) The same day, Molten receives a $9 million federal contract extension from the DOE. (Time, 6/9/97)
August 1994 MMT forms a limited partnership with Lockheed Martin Corporation, M4 Environmental L.P. (MMT press release, 10/23/95)
April 1995 Al Gore travels to the Molten plant in Fall River, Mass., calling Haney a "shining example of American ingenuity." (Time, 6/9/97)
June 14, 1995 Molten executives and employees contribute $10,000 to the Clinton/Gore '96 campaign. (Time, 6/9/97)
The same day, Molten receives a $10 million federal contract extension from DOE. (Time, 6/9/97)
Late 1995 A technical peer-review panel says the DOE should cease funding Molten at the end of the fiscal year (November 1995). (Time, 6/9/97)
May 7, 1996 Molten contributes $10,000 to the DNC. (Time, 6/9/97)
May 10, 1996 Molten receives an $8 million contract extension from DOE. (Time, 6/9/97)
June 27, 1996 Lockheed Martin contributes $100,000 to the DNC. (Time, 6/9/97)
September 25, 1996 The Molten/Lockheed partnership receives a $27 million federal contract. (Time, 6/9/97)
October 1996 DOE announces it would grant Molten an $8 million research contract through March 1997, $12 million less than investors expected. Within a day, Molten's stock sinks 49 percent in value. (Forbes, 4/21/97)
October 23, 1996 DOE issues statement expressing enthusiasm for Molten's process. (MMT press release, 10/24/96)
December 1996 A DOE panel concludes that Molten's technology poses environmental and safety risks and might not be cost-effective. (Time, 6/9/97)
February 12, 1997 San Diego-based law firm Milberg Weiss files class action suit in U.S. District Court (Mass.). (The Village Voice, 4/1/97)
The stockholder's class action suit charged that Haney and other company officials gave unrealistically rosy projections about Molten's prospects to investors in 1995 and 1996. (Forbes, 4/21/97)
The Players
Peter Knight
 is "the hub of Gore's political circle. He ran Gore's House and Senate office for years, helped finance his campaigns and chaired the Clinton-Gore re-election effort in 1996. … From where he stood between Haney and Grumbly, Knight came up with a fruitful arrangement: he began lobbying the Gore appointee [Grumbly] on behalf of the businessman he was soliciting for Gore campaign cash." (Time, 6/9/97)
William Haney is a "former Gore campaign staffer," according to The Washington Times, 5/31/97, and a former fundraiser for Gore, according to Forbes, 1/22/96. Haney founded MMT in 1989 and sought to mine lucrative government contracts for environmental clean-up.
Thomas Grumbly is a "Gore protégé." (Time, 6/9/97) He "was staff director of the Subcommittee on Investigations and Oversight of the House Science and Technology Committee from 1981 to 1982." (PR Newswire, 7/22/87) Until recently, he was the Clinton/Gore-appointed Assistant Energy Secretary in charge of the government's nuclear waste clean-up program.
Eugene Berman, who was MMT's Vice President of Governmental and External Affairs, has had a long relationship with Grumbly. They both worked together at Clean Sites Inc. "NONPROFIT Clean Sites Inc. appointed Thomas P. Grumbly president and Eugene Berman executive vice president. Clean Sites is a nonprofit organization that encourages the cleanup of hazardous waste sites." (The Washington Post, 8/17/87)
The Quid-Pro-Quo
All told, MMT, its employees and Lockheed Martin contributed just over $218,000 to Clinton/Gore and the Democrats and received over $60 million in government contracts over a four-year span. If the $218,000 were a business investment, and the $60 million worth of contracts the payoff, it would be the equivalent of a 27,423 percent return. The booming Dow Jones Industrial Average, by comparison, only grew by 69 percent between March 1994, when MMT made its first contribution, and December 1996. MMT, its officers and employees contributed a total of over $118,000 to the Clinton/Gore campaign, the Democrat Party and other Democrat candidates for office between 1993 and 1996. (FEC reports) "Knight arranged extraordinary access for a small contractor like Haney. He got him or his top executives into 10 meetings with Grumbly over two years. Haney and Grumbly dined together three times at such Washington haunts as Sam and Harry's and the Prime Rib. Haney also accompanied Knight to a select dinner party at the Vice President's residence." (Time, 6/9/97) The DOE office which oversaw the awarding of government nuclear waste clean-up contracts, until recently headed by Grumbly, "has awarded Haney's Molten Metal Technology $33 million to test its process on the poisoned remains of nuclear-weapons proving grounds - more money than 17 other companies have received collectively to do the same job." (Time, 6/9/97). On three occasions, MMT's quid fell within three days of the DOE's quo. On March 24, 1994, MMT gave the DNC $15,000 and received a $9 million contract extension on the same day. On June 14, 1995, MMT executives gave Clinton/Gore '96 $10,000 and received a $10 million extension the same day. On May 7, 1996, MMT gave $10,000 to the Democrat Party and got an $8 million extension three days later. 
Haney formed a partnership with another lobbying client of Knight's, the Lockheed Martin corporation. Lockheed's $100,000 donation to the DNC on June 27, 1996 netted a $27 million contract on Sept. 25, 1996, to develop a clean-up plan for a site in Richland, Wash. (Time, 6/9/97) 3 Posted on 03/13/2000 14:08:09 PST by Hamiltonian
The Gore-Brown Connection"Newly released documents obtained from the U.S. Commerce Department have raised new connections between Vice President Gore, and Ron Brown's trade missions. The newly released documents show former Gore campaign advisers were included in several Brown led trade conferences and missions. One former Gore advisor who received a special slot at the 1995 "Big Emerging Markets Conference" (BEM) trade conference was also the founder of Molten Metals Inc., a company linked to Gore during the 1997 Thompson Senate hearings."
AL GORE - Just another Seasoned Criminal - Links
Alleged spoliation of evidence of murder for hire, arson and insurance frauds by mobbed-up anarcho-syndicalists with the Laborers' union, "In 2001, over 3,000 members of the LIUNA participated in the clean up at 
Ground Zero in New York , following the September 11 terrorist attacks

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