Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Yeslam bin Lendin - Marcy loan auctions for McConnell 9/11?

Asks if Yeslam bin Laden Carlyle financed 9/11 loan auction staged by SBA Kristine Marcy secured with public key encryption by Bruce McConnell Chief of Information Policy OMB 1985 - 2000

Open e-mail sent May 05, 2008 to:
Kristine Marcy and Bruce McConnell
McConnell International LLC 
Field McConnell and David Hawkins,
Forensic Economists at Hawks' CAFE

Departments and Managers of Ogilvy Supplier Diversity via Small Business Program Coordination, Lynette White, 
Dr. Jack Stockwell jack@...
 Dear Ms. Marcy and Mr. McConnell:

Yeslam bin Lendin - Marcy loan auctions for McConnell 9/11?
Hawks CAFE is asking if Yeslam bin Laden and his Carlyle co-investors financed 9/11 attacks through online loan auctions, staged by SBA Chief Operating Officer Kristine Marcy, and secured with public key encryption services supplied by Bruce McConnell, Chief of Information Policy and Technology at the OMB from 1985 to 2000.
"SBA Asset Sale Program  initiated .. 1999 to sell SBA owned loan portfolio at direction of Office of Management and Budget (OMB). For each asset sale, SBA procured a due diligence contractor .. March 2002, Office of Inspector General (OIG) received anonymous complaint alleged SBA's contracting practices for procuring due diligence services may cost taxpayers  extra $270 million .. OIG initiated audit .. concluded  procurement practices for SBA's asset sale due diligence contracts and task orders .. Did not assure SBA's small business regulations on subcontracting were complied with and in at least two of seven awards, 50 percent rule violated .. documentation provided by due diligence contractors showed that of $147,083,302 in revenue received by contractors, $81,590,521 or 55.5 percent was paid to subcontractors, imaging specialists, third party report vendors, computer database/module contractors and independent contractors, including potentially 'other than small' businesses [and potentially to mentor-protégé companies on the SBA's 8(a) database (`Al-Qaeda?') which allegedly sabotaged U.S. command centers during the 9/11 war games and executed contract hits attributed to Osama bin Laden].. audit found GSA's evaluations and determinations of responsibility of  due diligence contractors were unreliable and that SBA was overcharged by three of its contractors."
"Back in pre-9/11 days, Yeslam Bin Ladin, a half brother of [OBL], hatched the idea of bringing out the perfume and a line of other luxury items under the Bin Ladin brand. (Most of the family favors that spelling, he says, to the terrorist's 'bin Laden.') .. In 1977 he moved to Jidda to work in the family construction company, but bickering among his half brothers drove him away in 1984. He moved to Switzerland, where he started an investment company, helped sponsor the Geneva Film Festival and financed several money losing films. He suffered in the market downturn in 2000 and by 2001 was looking for a new direction .. He pulls the cap off a bottle of Yeslam for women, sprays some on his palm and rubs it vigorously between his hands and across his cheeks. He is producing a heavier cedar and sandalwood scent for men but prefers the feminine version. 'I have lots of perfume, bottles and bottles,' he exclaims, his voice rising briefly from its soft-spoken perch to produce a singular flap of enthusiasm. But he admits that the real motivation for coming out with a scent of his own is that 'the margins are huge.' Mr. Bin Ladin grew up in boarding schools in Lebanon and Swedenand graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in business administration .. The elder Bin Ladin died in a plane crash when Yeslam was a teenager. He and the other Bin Ladin heirs eventually got about $40 million apiece from the estate. During the Persian Gulf war of 1991, some of that money was briefly divided among Swiss bank accounts over which Mr. Bin Ladin had power of attorney ..  manages some of the family's financial affairs through offshore corporations [Yeslam bin Laden joined Carlyle - controlled by CIDA, KPMG, Pargesa and Montreal-based Desmarais family - in Geneva in 1995],  ..  financial connection to Osama bin Laden, French and Swiss investigators have questioned him about possible financial links to Al Qaeda."

Our Abel Danger counter-intelligence team has detected a `scent' of the truth; it appears to be waiting for you in a court of your choice; in a civil court where you could be facing a claim for treble damages in respect of apparent racketeering malfeasance in the organization of SBA online loan auctions prior to 9/11 or in a criminal court, where you could be facing grand jury indictments for extortion, arson, loan fraud and/or murder for hire through 9/11.

We urge you to watch the video "Pattern of the Times" at and make an informed decision as to where you (and potentially Yeslam bin Laden and his Carlyle co-investors) will confront the truth of 9/11.
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: "Yeslam bin Lendin - Marcy loan auctions for McConnell 9/11?"
"Bruce W. McConnell President McConnell International, LLC .. before Subcommittee on Information Policy, Census, and National Archives and Subcommittee on Government Management, Organization, and Procurement of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform U.S. House of Representatives Federal IT Security: A Review of H.R. 4791 Thursday, February 14, 2008 Thank you .. for the privilege and opportunity to testify today on the critical topic of federal information security. The jurisdiction of this Committee is wonderfully broad, and its work is so critical to the effective functioning of our federal government. My name is Bruce McConnell, and I served in the Office of Management and Budget from 1985-2000, under three Presidents. During that time I was the Chief of Information Policy and Technology, which was the most senior position at OMB concerned primarily about federal information technology matters, and in particular, IT security. In that role I had the opportunity to work with this Committee on many occasions, most notably in the development and passage of the Computer Security Act of 1987, the Clinger-Cohen Act, and several iterations of Paperwork Reduction Act. I also had the responsibility to oversee the implementation of these statutes in the federal agencies, and to develop policies to assist the agencies in performing their missions with the support of IT. Since 2000, I have been president of a small, eponymous consulting company that works with government and industry to find private sector solutions to pressing federal mission support requirements. I am presently a member of the Commission on Cybersecurity for the 44th Presidency, which is co-chaired by Congressman Jim Langevin and Congressman Michael McCaul, and has been convened by the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Finally I should mention that, while I was at OMB, I co-chaired the Interagency Working Group on Encryption Policy. Made up of representatives of the intelligence community, the State, Defense, Justice, and Commerce Departments, this group was responsible for reforming U.S. export control policy to enable the use of strong American-built encryption on the global information infrastructure, increasing the security of information that resides there."
"Former New York Attorney Arrested for Wire Fraud and Money Laundering. On April 22, 2004, a former attorney was arrested in the Southern District of New York, pursuant to a complaint accusing him of wire fraud and money laundering. In the wake of theSeptember 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in New York City, the former attorney applied for and received a $247,000 SBA disaster loan. The former attorney claimed that his firm had been located at 40 Wall Street in downtown New York City on September 11, 2001. The investigation revealed that his firm was never located at that address. The former attorney was arrested by SBA Special Agents and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), with whom this case is being investigated jointly. The case was referred to the SBA OIG by an attorney on the Grievance Committee of the 9th Judicial District of New York State."
"Management Issues in a 'Paperless' Environment June 1999 Inspection Report No. 99-06-01 Office of Inspector General U.S. Small Business Administration June 30, 1999 TO: Kristine Marcy Chief Operating Officer Lawrence Barrett Chief Information Officer Michael Schattman General Counsel FROM: Tim Cross Assistant Inspector General for Inspection and Evaluation ..  The Office of Inspector General (OIG) initiated this inspection as a proactive effort to help SBA management successfully make the transition to such an environment and to identify potential security, legal, and organizational problems.  To gain the greatest benefits from the electronic exchange of information, SBA will need to allow at least limited access by outside partners to its systems. A major concern is how to balance this access with security for the systems and the sensitive information they may contain. If current trends continue, SBA will probably conduct much of its business using a Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) that employs digital signatures and identifiers called digital certificates to prove a sender's identity and a message's integrity. Implementing PKI presents challenges as well as opportunities. .. The Agency also has taken steps to implement paperless office initiatives in other programs. The disaster assistance program is creating a paperless application and loan process for home loans, and the micro-lending program is developing ways to transfer electronic information to its intermediaries. In the Office of International Trade, all reporting will eventually be electronic. In the Office of Surety Guarantees, companies in the Preferred Surety Bond program submit their bond information electronically. Finally, in the Investment Division, funding for Small Business Investment Companies is handled electronically, and the reporting function combines electronic and non-electronic means."


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