#1952: Marine Links Serco Sewol GPS to Churchill Grandson Stealth, CNN Wag the Red Switch Dog www.abeldanger.net/2014/05/1952-marine-links-serco-sewol-gps-to.html Plum City -- (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco director Maureen Baginski's apparent use of phony GPS signals to put the MV Sewol ferry into a fatal turn, to the Crossed Keys Stealth saboteurs who were allegedly hired by Churchill grandsons Nicholas and Rupert Soames to spin CNN Wag the Dog stories so that captains of ships such as Costa Concordia or pilots of planes such as MH Flight 370 can get blamed in the media even as they fall victims to man-in-the-middle attacks on the Red Switch Network. McConnell alleges that Serco -- fined in the U.K. for the fraudulent tagging of Crossed Keys prisoners -- was hacking the Red Switch Network in 1994 to help CNN generate its Wag the Dog stories while Baginski was serving as Intelligence Director of the National Security Agency (NSA) and Nicholas Soames was serving as the Minister of Defence in the U.K. Government of John Major. Serco 2 Departure; Diego 6 Arrival Sewol Ferry, Costa Concordia, Queen of the North, AA77, Sukhoi Superjet, MH370 "Serco Snatched" by CHURCHILL DOWNS #41; Plum City -- (AbelDanger.net) May 7, 2014: United States Marine Field McConnell has linked Serco director Maureen Baginski's Crossed Keys simulation tracking ('Sim-Track') services for tri-phibious (sea, air and land) war-fighters to a GPS hack of the steering system on the MV Sewol ferry which was allegedly sunk on April 16, 2014 by Serco saboteurs operating out of HMAS Watson, Sydney, Australia. McConnell alleges that Serco -- fined in U.K. for the fraudulent tagging and deployment of Crossed Keys prisoners -- developed simulation tracking devices for the remote hacking and sabotage of passenger-carrying transport systems in the '90s while Baginski was serving as Intelligence Director of the National Security Agency (NSA) and Nicholas Soames was serving as Defence Minister (1994-1997) in the U.K. Government of John Major.