#1764: Marine Links Serco Skynet to MI-3 Innholders Starwood and Clinton Day-Late Pentagon Bomb www.abeldanger.net/2013/11/1763-marine-links-serco-skynet-to-mi-3.html Plum City -- (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked the Serco operators of Skynet patent pools for the preferred guests of the Starwood Hotel Group and the MI-3 Innholders Livery Company, to Bill Clinton's alleged use of a Skynet malicious exit node at his hotel in Port Douglas, Queensland, Australia, to coordinate the day-late (September 12) bombing of the Pentagon on 9/11. McConnell notes that during and after WWII, Lady Mary Stephenson -- the late wife of MI-3 founder William 'Intrepid' Stephenson -- set up British Security Coordination offices in (RCA) Serco-equipped Innholders' hotels in an alleged conspiracy to control 'Wag the Dog' continuity of government operations with bi-annual training (cf. Global Guardian) of peg-boy entrapped leaders such as Clinton and Obama. #1763: Marine Links Lady Mary's Peg Boy Princess to MI-3 Innholders Pearl Harbor, JFK www.abeldanger.net/2013/11/1763-marine-links-lady-marys-peg-boy.html Plum City -- (AbelDanger.net). United States Marine Field McConnell has linked the late Lady Mary Stephenson, the alleged founder of a peg-boy spy network based in the Princess Hotel in Bermuda, to the MI-3 Innholders Livery Company which appears to have had U.S. President John F. Kennedy killed to stop him from exposing the role of the Princess peg boys and British Security Coordination in the Pearl Harbor attack of December 7, 1941. McConnell claims the Innholders recruited MI-3 founder William "Intrepid" Stephenson as a peg boy in 1907 at age 11 and put him to work as a Western Union telegraph boy to learn the peg-boy trade craft for man-in-the-middle attacks before his marriage to Lady Mary in 1924. McConnell further claims that Lady Mary married Intrepid to help him conceal peg-boy trade craft in the Innholders' greatest hotels around the world and the associated blackmail of victims such as the late and murdered Lord Louis Mountbatten who allegedly gave details of the weaknesses in the Pearl Harbor defenses to Lady Mary's man-in-the-middle agents (cf. Intrepid) in New York just before the attack.