Donnerstag, 10. Februar 2011

Jim McCormick, How Was Jail Again For Selling The Fraudulent ADE651?


A man arrested by detectives investigating the supply and sale of allegedly ineffective bomb detecting devices to Iraq and Afghanistan has been released on bail.
Avon and Somerset Police said the 54-year-old from Merseyside, who had been held on suspicion of fraud by misrepresentation yesterday, was bailed pending further inquiries.
A police spokesman said: "Police have confirmed that the 54-year-old man from Merseyside arrested in connection with an investigation into the supply and sale of bomb detecting devices has been released on police bail, pending further enquiries."
The development followed the arrest on January 5 last year of Jim McCormick, 54, from Somerset, who was questioned on suspicion of fraud by misrepresentation.
Mr McCormick is the director of Wincanton-based company ATSC.
On January 22 last year the Government banned the export of a machine marketed as a bomb detector to Iraq and Afghanistan after the allegations emerged.
The then Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) announced the ban on the ADE651, marketed by ATSC, after an investigation for BBC2's Newsnight challenged the scientific basis for the technology it uses.
Britain's embassy in Baghdad raised concerns over the hand-held device with the Iraqi government which is reported to have bought large numbers of ADE651s for use at security checkpoints.
In a statement, BIS said: "Tests have shown that the technology used in the ADE651 and similar devices is not suitable for bomb detection. As non-military technology it does not need an export licence, and we would not normally need to monitor its sale and use abroad. However, it is clearly of concern that it is being used as bomb detection equipment."
A second Somerset man, 42, was arrested in July on suspicion of fraud offences and released on bail.

Kommentare:

What's up? hat gesagt…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxArxIgB9oA

Techowiz hat gesagt…

Hi Lumpy,

Great news from the Iraq, they have arrested Jabiri the clown that stated he knows more about bombs than anyone. Check the link:

http://uk.reuters.com/article/2011/02/17/uk-iraq-britain-explosives-idUKTRE71G3H120110217

regards
Techowiz

Anonym hat gesagt…

Sorry Lumpy. HAve mislaid you email, and can't see it on theblog.

Anyway. here's the latest great news in this saga:

http://uk.reuters.com/article/2011/02/17/uk-iraq-britain-explosives-idUKTRE71G3H120110217

remember when Jabber Jabber Jabiri said these words of wisdom:
“Whether it’s magic or scientific, what I care about is it detects bombs,” said Maj. Gen. Jehad al-Jabiri, head of the Ministry of the Interior’s General Directorate for Combating Explosives.

“I don’t care about Sandia or the Department of Justice or any of them,” General Jabiri said. “I know more about this issue than the Americans do. In fact, I know more about bombs than anyone in the world.”

Cheers, Dubious D

Anonym hat gesagt…

Great news on the arrset of al Jabiri in Iraq. This lot next:
General Pierre hadji Georgiou, ProSec Lebanon (agents for ADE651 sales to Iraq)
Stelian Ilie at Mira Telecom, Romania, partners to James McCormick and the ADE651

McCormick has money stashed away in both these countries.

Also:
John Wyatt SDS Group UK agents for HEDD1
David Vollmar, Unival Germany. Took the discredited Sniffex from the US. Renamed it Sniffex Plus. Now renamed HEDD1 after the pressure.( Hasn't Even detected DooDoo Once!)
Horizon Group India. Agents for the GT200
Gary Bolton, Global Technical. GT200
Malcolm Roe
Sam Tree
Yuri Markov

Keep up great work LL

Techowiz hat gesagt…

Hi Lumpy,

The Iraqis have arrested al Jabiri, remember him? The guy who said he knows more about bombs than anyone. well he has been knicked now, check the link:

http://uk.reuters.com/article/2011/02/17/uk-iraq-britain-explosives-idUKTRE71G3H120110217

regards
Techowiz

Swede hat gesagt…

http://www.amazon.com/Running-Steck-adventures-spymaster-ebook/dp/B004P5NSAA/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1304589438&sr=8-2

Read the description!

Swede hat gesagt…

http://lonjhoentradas.blogspot.com/2007/02/especial-el-fraude-del-gt200-en-mexico.html

More stuff re: Mexico.

In spanish, but Google translate works.

Swede hat gesagt…

Hope: http://web.mit.edu/press/2011/explosive-detection.html