Dead people will not betray any secrets.
Destroying records is also a requirement to maintain secrecy.
Consider the fire in the Argentine banking system’s backup warehouse and the weakness of developing markets’ currencies in relation to the global money cartel…
Published on Feb 6, 2014
1. January 11, 2014 David Bird, 55 years old, missing…
- David Bird (worked for the parent of the Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones, for more than 20 years) reported on energy [possible manipulation] and
“also connected the Federal Reserve’s bond buying program as “supportive for crude oil and other commodities…” In other words, oil and other commodity prices would no doubt be slumping further were it not for the $85 billion per month cash infusion into markets by the Fed. (The Fed has trimmed that amount by $10 billion beginning this month.)” –wallstreetonparade.com
The U.S. Senate’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, chaired by Senator Carl Levin, is currently investigating the role played by large Wall Street firms in owning tankers, terminals, and pipelines that store or transport oil while simultaneously speculating on the price of oil in the futures market. The investigation is broad in scope and includes Wall Street’s ownership of other commodities. It is understood that the investigation will also look at allegations by beer and soda manufacturers that Wall Street has gained control of the London Metal Exchange and metal warehouses where they have created bottlenecks in the supply of aluminum, raising prices to both the manufacturers and consumers for canned beer and soda.
2. January 26, 2014 William Broeksmit was found hanged in his home.
- London police reported.
- William Broeksmit, 58 year old former top executive at Deutsche Bank who had retired in 2013, body was found in his South Kensington home in central London.
- Jan 27, 2014 (day after Broeksmit found dead) Eric Ben-Artzi, a former risk analyst turned whistleblower at Deutsche Bank, was scheduled to speak at Auburn University in Alabama on his allegations that Deutsche had hid $12 billion in losses during the financial crisis with the knowledge of senior executives. Two other whistleblowers have brought similar charges against Deutsche Bank.
- How his body fell from the roof of the 33-story European headquarters of JPMorgan in Canary Wharf has not been revealed to the public. [Was he already dead or injured prior to the fall?]
- Also unknown is how he gained access to the top of the secured building.
- According to Magee’s LinkedIn profile, he was involved in “Technical architecture oversight for planning, development, and operation of systems for fixed income securities and interest rate derivatives.”
- Magee’s parents, Bill and Nell Magee, are not buying the official story according to press reports and are planning to travel from the United States to London to get at the truth. –wallstreetonparade.com
- Nell Magee was quoted in the London Evening Standard saying her son was “a happy person who was happy with his life.” His friends are equally mystified, stating he was in a happy, long-term relationship with a girlfriend.
- Global investigations for potential involvement in market rigging involves JPMorgan, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, et al. [Responsibly should include investigations of Federal Reserve System and all BIS’s member central banks].
- Dueker was reported missing on Jan. 29, 2014 and a group of friends had been searching for him
Previously, he published several papers on monetary policy and was an executive, assistant vice president, at the St. Louis Federal Reserve.
- Nov 2013 Russell Investments was subpoenaed by New York State regulators for schemes in pension funds .
Dead Bankers Knew Too Much: All Connected to Big Bank Investigations!
[This is speculative, however it is reasonable to investigate the possibility of murders…
There are motives within the money cartel. Also possible a interested party aims to dethrone or break up the money cartel.]
SteveQuale.com reports a anonymous source states: Word on the “street” watch for a top level American bankster to expire. Hit teams are fully operational in Wall Street. […]
*Updated Feb 8, 2014 to include AMTV’s video that reports 51 year old Karl Slym, managing director of India’s Tata Motors, was found dead. He was in Bangkok to attend a meeting of the Board of Directors of Tata Motors Thailand Limited.