Intelligence Report from Field McConnell and David Hawkins as of Aug. 31, 2011

Abel Danger agent Mitch Stack (Richard from Wembley, TX) assists Field and David in discussing reinsurance, Jay Rockefeller’s exclusion from the Monaco Colloquium meeting, and the Crown Agents Sisters’ (Kristine Marcy, Louise Di Mambro, and Elisabeth Murdoch) financing of VideoGuard-encrypted snuff films and propaganda.

‘DiM3’ – Revolving Funds – VideoGuard-Encrypted Pay-Per-View – Snuff Films – Concealed Targeted Bombing – Murrah Building
Monday August 27, 2011

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
“Reinsurance is insurance that is purchased by an insurance company (insurer also sometimes called a “cedant” or “cedent”) from another insurance company (reinsurer) as a means of risk management.”

Category: Reinsurance Companies
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Not a Happy Bunny after Monaco
(reference to Jay Rockefeller)
by Alcuin Bramerton
Monaco Colloquium – August 2011
“The Great Game approaches its final shake of the dice. Switzerland leads a fifty-seven nation geopolitical board change. The current governments of the US, Japan, UK, Germany, France and Italy are actively excluded from executive decisions concerning the new global gold-backed financial system.”

To get up to speed quickly about what our forensic economists have been investigating, watch these videos.

Pattern Crimes
Pattern Signs
Pattern Times

Information can also be obtained from their books and online reference material:

Hunter’s Wingman
Sister Abel, Brother Cain
Abel Danger

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One Response to Intelligence Report from Field McConnell and David Hawkins as of Aug. 31, 2011

  1. Comment about disaster insurance posted on Dr. Jeff Masters’ WunderBlog:

    216. JohnsIslandJoe 4:26 PM GMT on September 02, 2011

    Quoting LightningCharmer:
    Most insurance companies that I’ve with which I’ve dealt will not let you bind a policy during a named storm, at least that’s for south Florida.

    Having worked in the insuracne [sic] business for the last 19 years I can say that all insurance companies do things a little differently. Most companies that write business in coastal areas have a “wind deductible” which is generally a percentage of what your house is insured for. What is “wind” is where you see some variation in coverage. Some companies consider a “named storm” to be a wind issue and impose the wind deductable whereas other companies don’t consider it a wind event until it’s a hurricane. Binding authority varies as well. Some companies will stop writing business when their area falls under a storm watch or warning whereas other wait until the storm hits a predetermined long/lat line. The company I work for will allows to to bind coverage under a watch but not a warning. If you have question call your agent before a storm hits because you don’t want to assume you have a certain coverage and find out later you don’t have it.

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