First Question – I’m noticing more of the same type news that does not bode well. Military Officers, Border invasion, again with bankers. A trend …………………
Update – Add 6 to the List Is there a Banker’s Plague that is unreported, or is there a Sinister plot
Banker Deaths Climb to 15: Goldman Sachs Managing Director Found Dead
Another high level banker has been found dead.
Nicholas Valtz, a 39-year old managing director at Goldman Sachs Group Inc. in New York, was found dead Sunday afternoon in Napeague Harbor where he had reportedly gone earlier that day to kiteboard. Valtz’ body was found still tied to his kite. Interesting, who tied them?
Kiteboarding, also called kitesurfing, combines elements of windsurfing and paragliding which can garner speeds of up to 40 mph. His brother told Bloomberg that Valtz was still new to the sport.
Better than the last one:
Are 9 Dead Bankers A Sign Of Pending Economic Collapse?
February 27, 2014 by Wayne Allyn Root
Hello, I’m Wayne Allyn Root for Personal Liberty. Something very big and very bad is happening. Prominent bankers are dying in droves. Have you ever heard of eight bankers committing suicide in a matter of just a few weeks?
A ninth banker was found dead only days ago. What is driving successful bankers with families to kill themselves in droves?
Here’s the tip-off that this is a very big story: The mainstream media are not covering it. There are nine dead bankers (and counting), and the story isn’t even mentioned in the national news. That itself is a major news story.
Bankers are dying so fast, you’d think they were all dentists. You get the joke, right? Dentists have the highest suicide rate of any profession. Sometimes, you need a little humor to brighten up a very dark story. But keep in mind, at no time in history have nine dentists all died under mysterious circumstances in a matter of a few weeks.
This story is real. The dead are:
William Broeksmit, 58-year-old former senior executive at Deutsche Bank AG.
Karl Slym, 51-year-old Tata Motors managing director.
Gabriel Magee, 39-year-old JPMorgan banker.
Mike Dueker, 50-year-old chief economist of a U.S. investment bank.
Richard Talley, the 57-year-old founder of American Title Services in Centennial, Colo.
Tim Dickenson, U.K.-based communications director at Swiss Re AG.
Ryan Henry Crane, 37-year-old executive at JPMorgan.
Li Junjie, 33-year-old Hong Kong banker.
James Stewart Jr., former CEO of the National Bank of Commerce.
JP Morgan employee who fell to death from bank’s London office in Canary Wharf named as Gabriel Magee Jim Armitage Author Biography
Wednesday 29 January 2014
(NOTE: Go to the website to see the “roof” he fell from. Suicide or murder?)
The bank worker who died after falling from the roof of JP Morgan’s European headquarters in Canary Wharf on Tuesday morning has been named as Gabriel Magee, a senior IT programmer.
The 39-year-old American had been at the investment banking giant for 10 years in New York and London, working his way up to become a vice president in CIB Technology. Colleagues and friends expressed shock at his death.
Mr Magee plunged from the top of the 500ft European headquarters of the investment bank at 8am, at the peak of the financial district’s rush hour. He landed on the roof of a ninth-floor podium of the building at 25 Bank Street and was pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics.
A New York-based colleague, who worked with Mr Magee at JP Morgan there, said: “It is a terrible, tragic loss. He has a lot of friends in New York that are very confused and very sad right now. He was a co-worker and a very good friend. A very smart guy, with a great sense of humour.”
Paul Grunwald, who worked with Mr Magee in New Mexico in the late 1990s, said: “I’m very saddened to learn the news. Gabe was an intern for me at Intel. He was bright, funny, and a good friend.
“I tried my best to keep him at Intel but New York and London were calling him away from the desert. I will miss him and my thoughts and prayers go out to all that loved him.”