Friday, April 23, 2010

JUSTICE 9/11: Con Air Suite 450 mentors – Marcy, Dorhn and Obama

Belief  JUSTICE call signs triggered attacks on 9/11 by Con Air's private-key access to Suite 450 virtual war rooms mentored by Kristine Marcy, Bernardine Dorhrn and Michelle Obama.

Open e-mail sent June 9, 2008 to:
Bruce McConnell, President and founder McConnell International LLC, Patricia McGinnis, President and CEO Council for Excellence in Government, and Margaret Anderson, co-founder Government Futures, and the clients of their Suite 450 associates who share space at 1301 K Street NW West Washington, DC 20005contactus@... pmcginnis@... contactus@...
Field McConnell and David Hawkins,
Forensic Economists at Hawks' CAFE

Copies: Susan A. Stone, Partner, Sidley Austin, Chicago sstone@...
Kathryn Stell, Director of Diversity, Sidley Austin kstell@...
U.S. Attorney General, Michael Mukasey, Department of Justice 
U.S. Vice President Richard Cheney 
Attention Bruce McConnell, Patricia McGinnis, Margaret Anderson and clients of Suite 450 associates sharing space 1301 K Street NW Washington DC 20005

Dear Mr. McConnell, Ms McGinnis and Ms. Anderson:
JUSTICE 9/11: Con Air Suite 450 mentors – Marcy, Dorhn and Obama
Hawks CAFE believes that `JUSTICE' call signs triggered coordinated attacks on 9/11 by Con Air hijack teams where everyone appears to have had private-key access to Suite 450 virtual war rooms mentored by Kristine Marcy, Bernardine Dorhrn and Michelle Obama.
Our Abel Danger counter intelligence team has determined that Marcy and her/your Suite 450  associates gave private keys to Con Air `JUSTICE' networks to Weathermen, Black Panthers, American Indian Movement and other terrorist groups in preparation for 9/11.
"Between 1970 and 1972, the Weathermen carried out a string of bombings against essentially the same targets chosen by bin Laden's associates: New York City police headquarters; the Capitol building; and the Pentagon. They also targeted ROTC buildings, draft offices, statues of 'oppressors,' and corporate offices. During the 'Days of Rage' in Chicago in 1969, a rampage organized by Ayers and his comrades in order to 'bring the war home,' hundreds of radicals stormed through the city's downtown areas, smashing hotel and store windows. The Weathermen worked in tandem with the Black Panthers, the American Indian Movement, and other terrorist groups and criminal syndicates. The viciousness of the Weather Underground is best illustrated by a bombing they failed to pull off. In March 1970, three Weathermen — including Ayers' then-girlfriend, Diana Oughton — were killed in the basement of their Greenwich Village town house when a bomb they were building exploded. Although Ayers insists that his terrorist group targeted 'symbols' rather than people, the bomb that killed his three comrades was an anti-personnel weapon tightly packed with screws and nails. The Weathermen intended to set it off at New Jersey's Fort Dix Army Base during a dance. Ayers admits that the bomb would have done 'some serious work beyond the blast, tearing through windows and walls and, yes, people too.' The victims would have included the women who had been brought to the dance as dates. Kathy Boudin, a Weatherman who survived the explosion, went on to enlist with the Black Liberation Army, an ultra-violent spin-off of the Black Panther Party. Boudin was involved in the 1981 New York Brink's Truck robbery, in which two security guards (one of them a black man) were killed. The purpose of the robbery was to fund 'revolutionary' activities across the country. At the time of her arrest, it was discovered that Boudin possessed a sizeable quantity of bomb-making materials and plans for a bombing campaign against New York City police stations. Sentenced to a term of 20 years to life, Boudin was denied parole last August. New York Times book reviewer Brent Staples notes the irony that while Boudin confronts 'the possibility of spending the rest of her middle age in prison … her former comrades Bill Ayers and his wife, Bernadine Dohrn[mentor of Michelle Obama at Sidley Austin, Bank One Plaza, Chicago] … have served no significant jail time. Both of them teach at name-brand universities and are headed for cozy retirements like those of the bourgeois parents they so despised during their Weathermen days .. Eventually, 140 FBI agents were brought to trial for their efforts to apprehend Weather Underground terrorists. All of these agents were prosecuted for actions taken in 1972-73 under guidelines created by Levi in 1976 — a violation of the Constitution's prohibition against ex post facto laws. This amounted to a judicial purge of the FBI's counter-terrorism division. The notorious 'Levi Guidelines' created in 1976 still govern the FBI's investigation of terrorist groups. 'Those guidelines,' Felt observed in a 1983 interview with this magazine's predecessor, The Review of the News, 'for all practical purposes put the FBI out of the Domestic Security business.' Under the Levi standard the FBI is not even allowed to keep files of public source documents, such as newspaper clippings, on violent or avowedly subversive groups unless there is evidence that they are committing, or are imminently about to commit, a federal crime. 'When I retired from the FBI in June of 1973,' Felt observed, 'my recollection is that there were over 20,000 Domestic Security cases under investigation. In May of 1982, there were 20 Domestic Security cases being investigated. It is accurate to say that under the current Levi Guidelines the FBI cannot now investigate until after the bomb goes off.'
Our Abel Danger counter intelligence team has determined that SBA contractors in the Suite 450 building at 1301 K Street, Washington, DC, are being secured by demolition surety bonds written through private equity groups controlled by the Desmarais family of Montreal who believe you may have evidence linking the JUSTICE 9/11 attacks to them.
We suggest that you begin to treat the time you spend in Suite 450 with the same degree of circumspection as the people who made sure that they had evacuated WTC#7 in New York before the Desmarais' sureties issued a "Pull it" order at around 5:20 p.m. on 9/11.

Yours sincerely,

Field McConnell, United States Naval Academy, 1971, Forensic Economist 
fbi@... or avalonbeef@... Astana, Kazakhstan 30 year airline and 22 year military pilot, 23,000 hours of safety, Tel: +7 (777) 952 9767

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

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