Intelligence Report from Field McConnell and David Hawkins as of July 11, 2012

Field and David examine what took place in 1984 that have directly influenced future events leading up to 9/11 and beyond, including the current LIBOR scandal.

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:

Abel Danger Global
Hunter’s Wingman
Sister Abel, Brother Cain
Abel Danger

Marine Links Romney’s Leveraged Libor Buyouts to Cayman Tax and Sidley Trap
Abel Danger
July 10, 2012

Marine Links Obama Law and Libor Lease to Twin Towers Pass Through Fraud
Abel Danger
July 5, 2012

Strangler’s Suite of unsafe modifications: SMACSONIC – Energetic Nano-Composite Potential – The Flying Public is Compromised
Abel Danger
Jan. 27, 2011

Field McConnell’s History
Filed Civil Case 3:07-cv-24 at District Court, District of North Dakota on 27 February, 2007. Case entitled FIELD MCCONNELL v. ALPA and BOEING. Boeing admitted on 3 March, 2007 the existence of the Boeing Uninterruptible Autopilot.

DOJ Assets Forfeiture Fund
Source: The United States Department of Justice
The Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984 established the Department of Justice Assets Forfeiture Fund to receive the proceeds of forfeiture and to pay the costs associated with such forfeitures, including the costs of managing and disposing of property, satisfying valid liens, mortgages, and other innocent owner claims, and costs associated with accomplishing the legal forfeiture of the property.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The London Interbank Offered Rate is the average interest rate estimated by leading banks in London that they would be charged if borrowing from other banks. Libor rates are calculated for ten different currencies and 15 borrowing periods ranging from overnight to one year and are published daily after 11 am (London time) by Thomson Reuters. Multiple criminal settlements by Barclays Bank revealed significant fraud connected to the rate submissions, leading to the Libor scandal.

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