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Graphic Proof Wrong Bankers were Suicided

During the massive resignations of banking CEOs around the world in the early part of the year 2012 [here], there’s already a lot of speculations that some of these bad bankers will be executed for abusing the trust of the people by giving themselves huge bonuses after the $15 trillion bailout using taxpayers’ money, among other high crimes.

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Banker Stabbed in Chest

Another banker bites the dust….

MassMutual Senior Vice President Found Dead, Stabbed In Chest In Apparent Homicide

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A week after stunned Tribeca woke up to news of a grizzly death in which a Citigroup managing director living on Greenwich Street was found dead in his bathtub with a slashed throat and the lack of a suicide weapon on the scene suggesting there was foul play involved, another banking executive was killed over the weekend, when 54-year-old Melissa Millian, a senior vice president at MassMutual, was found lying in a road in Simsbury, Connecticut, having been stabbed in the chest.

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More JPMorgan IT Deaths

Happy days are almost over for the high and mighty. They are now scrambling for the exit doors without leaving traces of malfeasance during their wake, or so they try.

Three New JPMorgan IT Deaths Include Alleged Murder-Suicide

By Russ Martens and Pam Martens: July 14, 2014

Julian and Alita Knott: From Alita Knott's Public Facebook PageSince December of last year, JPMorgan Chase has been experiencing tragic, sudden deaths of workers on a scale which sets it alarmingly apart from other Wall Street mega banks. Adding to the concern generated by the deaths is the recent revelation that JPMorgan has an estimated $180 billion of life insurance in force on its current and former workers.
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WRONG BANKERS’ DEATH

Update 19feb2014: WRONG BANKERS’ DEATH 2.0

Imagine yourself firing a nail gun into your head to escape from it all.

The first nail should be the easiest, right? Well, relatively, of course. But the second one is highly improbable. By that time, you will begin to question the wisdom of why you fired the first shot in the first place. In fact, you will begin to question the wisdom of the whole exercise. Continue reading WRONG BANKERS’ DEATH