Saturday, March 13, 2010

Total attack on America through Vivendi 9/11

..where Total S.A. directors staged drone maneuvers to destroy U.S. command centers including WTC#7, while Vivendi directors filmed and edited footage of decoy maneuvers to conceal insurance and securities fraud through 9/11. 
Open e-mail sent October 01, 2007 to:
Representative Duncan Hunter, 52nd District of California 

Captain Field McConnell, August Dunning, Peter Tedesco and David Hawkins, Forensic Economists at Hawks' CAFE 
Copies for reference:Picatinny Arsenal, Warfighter Center Quick-Reaction@... 
US Vice-President, Richard Cheney, 
Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper pm@... 
Michael Badnarik, Host 'Lighting the Fires of Liberty', We The People Radio Network  

Dear Representative Hunter:

Re: Total attack on America through Vivendi 9/11
Hawks CAFE believes Total S.A. directors staged war-game drone maneuvers to destroy U.S. command centers including SEC offices in World Trade Center building #7, while Vivendi directors filmed and edited footage of war-game decoy maneuvers to conceal insurance and securities fraud through 9/11.
We note that special operations forces demolition kits in WTC#7 appear to have vaporized SEC files relating to apparent securities frauds by Molten Metal Technology Inc., and various Vivendi-Total insiders, including Al Gore, Maurice Strong, Serge Tchuruk, Jean-Marie Messier and Guillaume Hannezo.

We are incorporating a time-sequenced image analysis of decoy-and-drone maneuvers executed by a racketeering influenced and corrupt organization of Molten Metal Technology and Vivendi-Total insiders, into an explanatory DVD which we plan to release by
October 15th., 2007.

We expect that the DVD will help United States' attorneys to convert the lawsuit "Hawks CAFE v. Global Guardians" into a Qui tam action against named co-defendants and 22 unidentified Does, including one or more directors with custody of Total S.A. and Vivendi assets and equity on 9/11.
We would be grateful for any assistance you can give us in the proposed Qui tam suit which may lead both to civil damages and to criminal indictments of defendants for their apparent violations of 18 U.S.C. § 1958 (murder for hire).
This e-mail will be notarized and added to the legal file below, along with any responses or comment from Molten Metal, Total S.A., Vivendi, LRA Consulting, LIUNA, U.S. Army's Picatinny Warfighter Center in New Jersey,  DoJ, FBI, ALPA and The Boeing Company.
Yours sincerely,
Field McConnell avalonbeef@... Tel: 218 329 2993
28 year airline and 22 year military pilot, 23,000 hours of safety
August Dunning 
augustus_dunning@... Tel: 661 867 2707
Professor of Physics, 9th generation descendant of Benjamin Franklin
Peter Tedesco 
getthefacts911@... Tel: 718-736-3413
New Yorker, Independent Businessperson
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: "Total attack on America through Vivendi 9/11"

Case No. CV-

Securities and Exchange Commission,




Plaintiff Securities and Exchange Commission (the "Commission"), for its Complaint alleges as follows:


1. Vivendi Universal, S.A. ("Vivendi" or the "Company") is a media and telecommunications conglomerate with substantial holdings in the United States and Europe. Vivendi was formed in December 2000 as a result of a three-way merger of Vivendi's predecessor company with The Seagram Company Ltd. ("Seagram") and French cable giant Canal Plus, S.A. ("Canal+"). In July 2002, Vivendi reported that it experienced a liquidity crisis. Vivendi also began selling many of its assets.

2. Prior to this reported liquidity crisis, Vivendi, its former Chief Executive Officer ("CEO") Jean-Marie Messier ("Messier"), and its former Chief Financial Officer ("CFO") Guillaume Hannezo ("Hannezo") (collectively, "Defendants") committed multiple violations of the antifraud, books and records, internal controls and reporting provisions of the federal securities laws. Between approximately December 2000 and July 2002 (the "relevant time period"), Vivendi, under the direction of Messier, Hannezo and/or other executive officers, reported materially false and misleading information about its "EBITDA" growth and liquidity in its SEC filings and public releases. Defendants and other executive officers of Vivendi also, directly or indirectly, were responsible for improper adjustments to Vivendi's "EBITDA" in order to meet targets during two quarters in 2001, concealed various material commitments and obligations, and failed to disclose the full extent of Vivendi's involvement in a transaction to purchase shares of a Polish telecommunications company.

3. Based on this misconduct, the Commission brings this action to enjoin and restrain Defendants from further violations of the federal securities laws. The Commission requests, among other things, that Defendants be: (1) enjoined from further violations of the federal securities laws as alleged herein, (2) ordered to disgorge all ill-gotten gains they received as a result of the conduct alleged herein, with prejudgment interest, and (3) ordered to pay civil monetary penalties pursuant to Section 20(d) of the Securities Act of 1933 ("Securities Act") and Section 21(d)(3) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 ("Exchange Act"). The Commission further requests that the Court issue an Order under Section 21(d)(2) of the Exchange Act prohibiting Messier and Hannezo from acting as officers or directors of any public company as provided in that section.


4. This Court has jurisdiction over this action pursuant to Sections 20(b), 20(d) and 22(a) of the Securities Act [15 U.S.C. §§ 77t(b), 77t(d) and 77v(a)] and Sections 21(d), 21(e) and 27 of the Exchange Act [15 U.S.C. §§ 78u(d), 78u(e) and 78aa].

5. Defendants, directly or indirectly, made use of the means or instrumentalities of interstate commerce, or of the mails, or the facilities of a national securities exchange, in connection with the acts, practices, and courses of conduct alleged herein. 

6. Certain of the acts and practices described herein, which constitute violations of the Securities Act and Exchange Act, occurred within the Southern District of New York. Vivendi is headquartered in Paris, France, but during the relevant time period conducted business and maintained U.S. offices in this judicial district. During the relevant time period, Defendants Messier and Hannezo were, at various relevant times, residents of the Southern District of New York or of Paris, France. Accordingly, venue is proper under Section 22 of the Securities Act and Section 27 of the Exchange Act. 


7. Vivendi is a "société anonyme" organized under the laws of France and with its corporate headquarters at 42 Avenue Friedland 75380, Paris, Cedex 08, France. During 2001 and 2002, Vivendi maintained offices in Paris, France and New York, New York. Vivendi became a media and telecommunications conglomerate in December 2000 as a result of its merger with Seagram and Canal+. Vivendi's ordinary shares trade on the EuroNext Paris, S.A. (the "Paris Bourse"), and its American Depository Shares ("ADS") trade on the New York Stock Exchange and are registered with the Commission pursuant to Section 12(g) of the Exchange Act [15 U.S.C. § 78(g)]. Vivendi operates on a calendar fiscal year and is required to file annual reports with the Commission on Form 20-F. 

8. Defendant Jean-Marie Messier, age 47, was CEO of Vivendi and its predecessor companies from 1994 until July 2, 2002. During that time Messier also served as Chairman of Vivendi's Board of Directors. Messier is a French citizen who currently resides in New York, New York. 

9. Defendant Guillaume Hannezo, age 42, was CFO of Vivendi and its predecessor companies from 1997 until mid-July 2002. Hannezo is a French citizen who resides in Paris, France. From mid-2001 through at least July 2002, Hannezo resided in New York, New York. 


10. Cegetel Group ("Cegetel"), based in France, is a privately held telecommunications operator of fixed line and mobile telephony and Internet services. During the relevant time period, Vivendi, through direct and indirect holdings, owned a 44% stake in Cegetel. 

11. Elektrim Telekomunikacja Sp. zo.o ("Telco"), based in Poland, is a holding company that owns various telecommunications assets. Vivendi has owned a stake in Telco since 1999. 

12. Maroc Telecom, based in Morocco, is a telecommunications operator of fixed line and mobile telephony and Internet services. Vivendi acquired a 35% stake in Maroc Telecom in 2001. 

13. Universal Music Group ("UMG"), based in the United States, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Vivendi. 

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