Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Virtual grand jury for Air India 182, Vancouver, BC

Synopsis: Launch of virtual grand jury to collect evidence of wrongful deaths from the improvized killing device, allegedly transferred to AI 182 from a flight originating in Vancouver, BC.
Open e-memo sent February 15, 2007 to:
Captain Field McConnell, Forensic Economist at Hawks CAFE
David Hawkins, Forensic Economist at Hawks CAFE
U.S. Vice-President Richard Cheney vice_president@...
Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper 
Kristine Marcy and Bruce McConnell,
Executive Consultants, McConnell International LLC,
1301 K Street Northwest, Suite 450, West Washington, DC
Tel: 202-289-8800 
Dear Field:
Re: Virtual grand jury for Air India 182, Vancouver, BC
After the Hawks CAFE meeting on Wednesday, February 14, 2007 in Vancouver, British Columbia, we learned Canada's Liberal party is planning to force prime minister Stephen Harper's minority Conservative government to drop anti-terror legislation introduced by the Liberals after 'al-Qaeda' red-team attacks during the bogus 9/11 war games sponsored by CAI-Carlyle Canada's private equity group of hedge funds.
The Liberals' allegedly-treasonous and criminal proposal will prevent the RCMP from investigating the murder of 329 people including 82 children and 280 Canadiancitizens on board Air India Flight 182, Boeing 747 that exploded on June 231985 while at an altitude of 31,000 feet (9500 m) above the Atlantic Ocean, south ofIreland
Hawks CAFE has therefore decided to create a virtual grand jury to be named 'AI182-VancouverBC' and collect evidence against people suspected of causing wrongful deaths through the use of an improvized killing device ('IKD'), allegedly being a suitcase bomb, allegedly transferred to AI 182, from a conecting flight originating in Vancouver, BC, Canada. (see below).
I would be grateful if you would prepare the business cards for the prospective members of the 'AI182-VancouverBC' virtual grand jury, according to the Hawks CAFE formula previously agreed.
David Hawkins
Notes: "Virtual grand jury for Air India 182, Vancouver, BC"
"At 15:50 GMT on June 22, "Mr. Singh" checked in at Vancouver Airport for CP Air Flight 60 to Toronto. He was assigned seat 10B. Singh requested that his suitcase, a dark brown, hard-sided Samsonite suitcase, be transferred to Flight 181 and then 182. CP Agent Jeanne Bakermans initially refused his request to inter-line the baggage, since his seat from Toronto to Montreal and Montreal to Delhi was unconfirmed .. the CP Air flight to Lester B. Pearson International Airport in Toronto departed without Mr. Singh .. At 20:22 GMT, CP Air Flight 60 arrived in Toronto twelve minutes late. Some of the passengers and baggage, including the bag Mr. Singh checked in, were transferred to the Air India flight. Other passengers and baggage from Air Canada Flight 136, which also came from Vancouver, were handled as well .. At 00:15 GMT (now June 23), Flight 181 departed Toronto for Montreal-Mirabel 1 hour and 40 minutes late. The aircraft was late as a "5th pod," a spare engine, was installed below the left wing. The defective engine was being flown to India for repairs. It arrived at Mirabel at 01:00 GMT. In Montreal, the Air India flight became Flight 182."

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