Hawkins believes that Serco agents gave Treaty Three Police Service access to the patented Entrust Datacard platform and used Mobile Innovations’ two-factor solution to support a man-in-the-middle attack on the communications systems of the Toronto police who became unwitting accessories to the injection of fake news of a Sherman murder suicide and the spoliation of evidence of a DOJ Pride snuff film designed to eliminate Barry Sherman, CEO of generic drug manufacturer Apotex, and block the hundreds of lawsuits he had launched against competitors to overturn patent protection for their drugs.
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The Bridge of Pride™ metaphor is used to reverse-engineer crime scenes where evidence of sexual deviance associated with, for example, DOJ Pride’s apparent blackmail of Hillary Clinton, is removed or planted in a manner consistent with the use of patented devices on advanced communication networks.
DOJ Pride and its predecessor organization (Uranian?) appears to have used the Federal Bridge to coordinate the removal of evidence of the torture killing of JonBenét Ramsey in 1996 and Gareth Williams in 2010 and used the Instrument Room (Imperial Brain) of the General Post Office in London to divert attention from the stay of Chicago-based Jane Addams and her partner Ellen Starr at Toynbee Hall, a short walk from the canonical Whitechapel murders in 1888 still attributed to a “Jack the Ripper”.
Hawkins is designing his reverse-engineered CSI storyboards and scripts to help movie goers understand how Serco (formerly RCA GB 1929) can use the Bridge of Pride™ and Lemelson “Prisoner tracking .. ” to reward snuff-film crews for delivery of proof of the time of HVT deaths or body counts at mass-casualty events.
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“Family of Barry, Honey Sherman announce $10-million reward for information, criticize Toronto Police
PUBLISHED 13 HOURS AGOUPDATED OCTOBER 26, 2018
CHRISTOPHER KATSAROV/THE GLOBE AND MAIL
The family of slain billionaires Barry and Honey Sherman is offering a $10-million reward in an attempt to “light a fire” under Toronto Police detectives − whose murder investigation, their lawyer says, has been plagued by missteps.
Brian Greenspan made the announcement at a press conference at the headquarters of Apotex Inc., the drug company founded by Mr. Sherman, in north Toronto on Friday afternoon. In the 10 months since the couple was found dead in their north Toronto mansion, Mr. Greenspan has led a team of private investigators in a parallel probe of the killings.
Though he would not offer any details about his team’s findings, Mr. Greenspan had harsh words about “failings and deficiencies” in the police investigation that prompted the family to hire a second set of eyes in the first place.
“In moving forward, after more than 10 months of silence and frustration, the Sherman family felt it appropriate for the public to understand why they believe that it is time for a new initiative,” he said.
Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders responded swiftly to the criticism in his own press conference Friday, stressing that police have the same objective as Mr. Greenspan and his team, and insisting the case has been handled with “a high level of professionalism.”
The bodies of Ms. Sherman, 70, and Mr. Sherman, 75 - whose net worth was estimated to be $4.77-billion - were discovered on Dec. 15.
Their 12,000-square-foot home was up for sale, and real estate agents made the gruesome discovery by the indoor pool in the basement. The bodies were clothed and in a semi-seated position, hanging, side by side, from belts tied to a railing. Mr. Sherman’s legs were outstretched in front of him, with one crossed over the other, Mr. Greenspan revealed Friday, “wearing his undisturbed eyeglasses and his jacket pulled slightly behind his back which would have prevented use of his arms.”
It should have been obvious, Mr. Greenspan said, that they had been “staged postmortem in a very deliberate manner.”
Yet that same evening, a police officer told reporters outside the home that there were no signs of forced entry, and that they were not looking for any suspects. Members of the Sherman family were outraged by the statement − which Mr. Greenspan said they believed compromised the integrity of the investigation.
He was retained by the family the next day and quickly assembled a team of private investigators, including several retired Toronto Police detectives.
The team hired Dr. David Chiasson, retired chief forensic pathologist for Ontario, to conduct a second autopsy of the bodies on Dec. 20 − which Mr. Greenspan said made clear they had been murdered. The findings were offered to Toronto Police, who did not meet with the pathologist until Jan. 24.
In the meantime, Mr. Greenspan said, police had indicated in court filings that they were investigating the murder of Ms. Sherman alone.
Two days after the meeting with Dr. Chiasson, Mr. Greenspan noted Friday, Detective-Sergeant Susan Gomes of Toronto Police announced at a press conference that they would be investigating the deaths as a double homicide. When Mr. Greenspan’s team took custody of the Shermans' home that same day, it became clear that “best practices were not followed by police.”
For example, he said they failed to vacuum the crime scene for hairs or fabric particles, or conduct a thorough examination of the homes’ locks.
“If this best practice had been followed, they would have located a point of entry to the home which would have seriously undermined their misleading and irresponsible conclusion that there had been no forced entry,” Mr. Greenspan said. “The police also missed at least 25 palm or fingerprint impressions that were discovered by our private team at the scene once the house had been turned over to us after more than six weeks on the scene.”
Fingerprints and DNA they did collect, he said, have yet to be identified.
Despite his criticisms, Mr. Greenspan stressed that their objective is not to audit the police. The reward, he hopes, will light a fire under both potential tipsters and detectives. A 24-hour tip line has been set up at 1-833-668-0001 for North American callers, and 011-905-849-7373 for international callers. Mr. Greenspan said all leads will be analyzed and vetted, and any meaningful information will be sent immediately to Toronto Police.
He has appointed three experts to sit on a panel to assess the eligibility of tipsters for the reward and invited Chief Saunders to appoint an officer to join them.
He said they have also proposed a broader partnership with police, which they have not accepted. Asked whether such an arrangement would ostensibly create a two-tiered system for the wealthy, Mr. Greenspan argued the contrary; that it would free up resources for the homicide unit during a particularly taxing year. There have been 88 homicides in Toronto so far this year. There were 65 last year.
“While the lifestyle or position which a victim held in society should never have a bearing on either the public resources or the commitment which investigators have in solving the crime, it is also understood that investigations of this nature are complex and time consuming,” he said.
In his press conference Friday, Chief Saunders dismissed the allegation that his detectives reached any premature conclusions.
“The investigation was done well and it continues to be done well," he said. "But I do want to say that it’s not over yet.”
Asked specifically about his officer’s statement outside the home on Dec. 15 that there were no signs of forced entry or suspects, he said the officer’s goal was to ease the fears of neighbours in the affluent area, after a previous rash of break-and-enters.
Chief Saunders said he supports the family’s decision to post a reward but he said that this is not always a successful tool. He said he would welcome the partnership, as long as the conditions withstand the scrutiny of the law.
“If it meets the test, then we will definitely be involved,” he said.”
KENORA, CANADA, July 11 2017 Treaty Three Police Chief Louie Napish and Mobile Innovations CEO Gary Bauer today announced their successful completion of proof-of-concept for two-factor Authentication for the Treaty Three Police Services’ iPhone. This Canadian mobile policing innovation is the first in Canada to provide the two-factor security level required for police officers to use iPhone to access police data, paving the way to provide secure mobile access to police data to officers in the field.
Two-Factor Authentication enables users to access data on their iPhones when two factors of authentication are provided. It is an extra layer of security for officers’ Apple ID, designed to ensure they are the only persons who can access their accounts, even if someone knows their password. Canadian Law Enforcement policy requires all National records or Police data be accessed only if protected by two-factor challenge/response authentication.
Mobile Innovations is currently the only Canadian mobile software firm able to offer two-factor Authentication in compliance with Canadian Law Enforcement’s strict requirements for smartphones. Developed leveraging the Entrust Datacard Technology Alliance partnership, Mobile Innovations’ two-factor solution gives Treaty Three Police Service officers industry-leading PKI technology solutions through their Entrust Datacard platform.
Integrated with the NIST FIPS 201-compliant credentials from Entrust Datacard, the solution uses contact and NFC interfaces on smartphones and desktops. Using Entrust IdentityGuard Mobile Smart Credential, the two-factor solution on smartphones and tablets leverages NIST SP800-157 compliant derived credential technologies capabilities certificates on iOS, Android and Blackberry 10, which provides seamless smartphone security.
“We knew where we wanted to get to in terms of security, authentication, and ease of use, and we brought together many people, organizations and components to complete the task,” said Police Chief Napish. “By sharing technology from the province of Ontario, Ontario Police Technology Cooperative (OPTIC), and Treaty Three Police Services, our police service is able to contain costs while delivering information to officers using iOS devices and technology. The Treaty Three Police Service CIO, David Brown and numerous other partners worked closely together to realize this vision.”
Mobile innovations CEO Gary Bauer added, “Treaty Three Police Service officers have certificates on their smart cards so they can generate derived certificates on their VMWare AirWatch Mobile Device Managed iPhones, enabling them to achieve the strongest Identity Verification security level available on any handheld device.”
“While strong two-factor authentication has been used by Law Enforcement in Canada for over 10 years on desktops and laptops, making this available via mobile devices, like iPhone, while increasing the device security with two-factor authentication is a vision shared by many, it can now be deployed within Treaty Three Police Service,” said Bauer. “We are working with the most popular EMM platforms currently used by Canadian Law Enforcement and the two smartphone platforms these agencies are moving forward with. With the proof-of-concept behind us we are thrilled and looking forward to seeing our two-factor solution rolled out successfully in the coming months within the Treaty Three Police Service production environment.”
“Toronto – we wish to acknowledge the Ancestral Traditional Territories of the Ojibway, the Anishnabe and, in particular, the Mississauga’s of the New Credit whose territory we are gathering on today. This territory is covered by the Upper Canada Treaties.”
“Anishinaabe Nation in Treaty No. 3 …. Today, Grand Council Treaty #3 continues to be composed of the many councils of the Nation. Government of the Nation continues to be based on consensual democracy. The National Assembly, comprising leaders sent by each community according to its own determination, including elders, women and other leaders assembled in the presence of constitutional symbols of the Nation, determines national policy by consensus. The National Assembly selects the Ogichidaa/kwe. There is no fixed term; the National Assembly may reconsider its selection at any time. The Ogichidaa/kwe appoints members of an Executive Council and answers to the National Assembly for their performance. The Executive Council exercises the executive authority of the Nation. While its members may be local political figures, in their executive capacity they have fiduciary duties to the Nation as a whole. There is also an administration of similar name (Grand Council of Treaty 3) that is supposed to be dedicated solely to preserve and protect the Treaty and its rights, but against the opinion of many Chiefs has branched out into service delivery. ”
“Uranian is a 19th-century term that referred to a person of a third sex—originally, someone with "a female psyche in a male body" who is sexually attracted to men, and later extended to cover homosexual gender variant females, and a number of other sexual types. The term was first published by activist Karl Heinrich Ulrichs (1825–95) in a series of five booklets (1864–65) collected under the title Forschungen über das Räthsel der mannmännlichen Liebe(Research into the Riddle of Man–Male Love). Ulrichs derived Uranian (Urning in German) from the Greek goddess Aphrodite Urania, who was created out of the god Uranus' testicles. Therefore, it represents the homosexual gender, while Dionian (Dioning), derived from Aphrodite Dionea, represents the heterosexual gender. Ulrichs developed his terminology before the first public use of the term homosexual, which appeared in 1869 in a pamphlet published anonymously by Karl-Maria Kertbeny (1824–82).
The term Uranian was quickly adopted by English-language advocates of homosexual emancipation in the Victorian era, such as Edward Carpenter and John Addington Symonds, who used it to describe a comradely love that would bring about true democracy, uniting the "estranged ranks of society" and breaking down class and gender barriers. Oscar Wilde wrote to Robert Ross in an undated letter (?18 February 1898): "To have altered my life would have been to have admitted that Uranian love is ignoble. I hold it to be noble—more noble than other forms."
The term also gained currency among a group that studied Classics and dabbled in pederastic poetry from the 1870s to the 1930s. The writings of this group are now known by the phrase Uranian poetry. The art of Henry Scott Tuke and Wilhelm von Gloeden is also sometimes referred to as Uranian.”