Monday, February 3, 2014

It's A Good Start

Now we need some lawyers to step up here.


Third prominent banker found dead in six days



Bloomberg is reporting this morning that former Federal Reserve economist Mike Dueker was found dead in an apparent suicide near Tacoma, Washington.

Dueker, 50, a chief economist at Russell Investments, had been missing since Jan. 29 and was reportedly having troubles at work.

Normally HousingWire wouldn’t cover deaths in the industry, but what’s strange is that Dueker is the third prominent banker found dead since Sunday.

On Sunday, William Broeksmit, 58, former senior manager for Deutsche Bank, was found hanging in his home, also an apparent suicide.

On Tuesday, Gabriel Magee, 39, vice president at JPMorgan Chase & Co’s (JPM) London headquarters, apparently jumped to his death from a building in the Canary Wharf area.


Let's hope it's contagious.

There should be a bounty on the head of every motherfucking Wall Street banker and Eric Holder should be in prison for not prosecuting the sonsabitches.

"Too Big To Fail" my ass.

If they had thrown some of those fuckers in jail when they had 'em dead to rights and put some teeth in the reforms we would more than likely be finally getting over their world wide effects by now instead of watching the next financial crisis building right before our eyes.

When it all comes crashing down there will be people who remember these fuckers and will begin looking for them.

This planet isn't big enough to hide on anymore.

Do us all a favor and save us the trouble,


1 comment:

  1. So a bunch of the biggest bankers are killing themselves.
    Makes me wonder what they know that we don't...

    ReplyDelete

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