Banker Suicide Outbreak Gathering Momentum
Five Deaths Since January...
The Banking Industry is in decline in more ways than one, with five men dead in alleged suicides, according to Intellihub. John Vibes, investigative reporter speculates on whether they in fact may have been killed ‘ for knowing too much’ or whether they had been involved in something so dubious, they may have taken their own lives.
The self imposed cull, began on January 26 when William Broeksmit killed himself(?) in his South Kensington home, here in London. The next day the managing director of Tata Motors Karl Slym, 51, was found dead in the Shangri- La hotel in Bangkok.
The third Banker suicide, was a JP Morgan employee, who jumped off the roof of the JP Morgan European headquarters here in London. He was 39-yr-old Gabriel Magee. Last week, Mike Dueker, the chief economist of a US investment bank was found dead in Washington State.
Jennifer Tice, the spokeswomen for the company declined to comment, but nevertheless added that Dueker was 'in good standing' at Russell Investment, the company that employed him. So, that make five so far. Speculation is rising that these men may have been involved in something a little more sinister or perhaps they new information that was very sensitive.
Dueker ws said to have worked at the reserve bank from the years 1991 to 2008, eventually becoming assistant vice president. Dueker also, over the span of two decades, published research papers relating to monetary policy which is referenced in the St. Louis Fed's Website. The high number of Banker deaths has now started to prick the ears of conspiracy theorists, who are suggesting there is something more going on than just a few bankers who seemingly decided to kill themselves.
Whatever the outcome of the situation, one fact is clear- that these deaths were untimely and tragic.