Two J.P.Morgan bankers uncover secrets and are killed minutes later

TAP – presumably big time Forex fraudsters are covering their tracks, prior to an investigation taking place.  The idea that these killings are warnings to other aspiring whistleblowers doesn’t wash.  The safest place for a whistleblower starts to look like out in public fast, when those thinking of blowing don’t survive longer than a few minutes.  All you need to do is get the paper evidence, copy it one hundred or a thousand times and drop it off at every publication and blog that might be interested.  Then go on holiday……


Ryan Henry Crane on left


Wednesday we reported that another JP Morgan banker has been found dead, as the latest banker to meet a sudden and untimely demise is Ryan Henry Crane, the Executive Director in JPMorgan’s Global Equities Group.

Today, Steve Quayle’s banker source “V”, who predicted that a wave of banker hits was imminent when the very first bankers began dropping last week, has dropped a bombshell regarding the death of Ryan Henry Crane.  



Gabriel Magee


V states that Crane oversaw all of the trade platforms and worked closely with Gabriel Magee of JPM’s London desk (who fell 32 stories off the JPM London roof moments after texting his g/f he would be home shortly), and that the pair had access to the exact same info.

V concludes Crane & Magee: “Knew each other and had uncovered something“. 
 

V’s update on the latest JPMorgan banker to turn up dead is below:

http://www.silverdoctors.com/banker-source-on-latest-jpm-death-crane-worked-closely-with-jpm-london-banker-pair-had-uncovered-something/

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19 Responses to “Two J.P.Morgan bankers uncover secrets and are killed minutes later”

  1. paul maleski says:

    Jeff Rense and comptos mentis Tim Rifat were discussing these suspicious suicides the other night. The (8 nail gun) perforated victim found in his garage, was macabre to say the least. Even Midsomer Murders’ script writers could not dream up this implausible scenario. Tim Rifat claimed he had a voodoo doll, full of pins and that the banker was but one of his many targets. I am not so sure. I believe these bizarre premature deaths/suicides/executions are warnings to other would-be ‘whistle-blowers’ in the financial world. Keep schtum.

  2. shirlz007 says:

    Valentines Competition!!!
    ”What is the most likely scenario involving a death of an investigated banker, who dies from 8 nail guns shots to the torso and head?”
    A) Accidental suicide
    B) Non-accidental suicide
    C) A ‘professional’ hit (if you can call it that), that is so absurd and outlandish… it’s laughable!

    Answers must be submitted by 12.00 Mon 17th Feb 2014.
    First Prize – A romantic, all paid for, trip for two, to Langley, Virginia!

  3. Anonymous says:

    I myself cannot grieve for any banker that is suicide.
    They had little thought for the plebs when they had unbelievable bonus payments, for FAILING.
    If all the bankers commit suicide, the last man standing will be the prime suspect.
    Got that information off Midsomer Murders.

  4. Anonymous says:

    So he has a twin? am i right L & Right?

  5. Anonymous says:

    Well spotted Anon 10:03, like peas in a pod.

  6. shirlz007 says:

    HOW THE FUCK DO YOU TOP YOURSELF WITH A FUCKING NAIL GUN!!! (not just once up the nostril… like any half intelligent suicidal person would do… but 8 times!!!) FUCKING HELL FIRE CLUB!!! RALMFAO… I can only imagine a disgruntled CIA assassin leaving the scene with an icepack on his testicles

  7. Anonymous says:

    I have no sympathy either for any banker who commits suicide or assassinated, agreeing with the comment above on them not giving a shit about the lives of millions they’ve ruined through their gambling away on stock markets with other people’s money.

    In fact, it’s the same as that recent Hollywood homo who decided to drown in golden brown. These people have no idea what it’s like to have to decide whether the money you have in your pocket will get you food or pay for your heating over the winter. They live extravagant lifestyles, making millions upon millions and expect us to feel sorry for them? They should try seeing how the rest of the world lives and then they’d realise what a bunch of selfish, egotistical, narcissists they all really are.

    Harbinger

  8. shirlz007 says:

    The CIA have taken control of the WORLD! the west, the ‘truther movement’… well and truly got almost complete control of The West and it’s ‘truther movement’!!! IF YOU CAN’T SEE IT… YOUR A FUCKING IDIOT! Zionism is finished, The Vatican aint shit! NSA just got put in it’s place… the banksters (including Rothschild) are at mercy of the CIA!!! TRUTH!!!

  9. Anonymous says:

    But who controls the CIA and its adjuncts(MI6-Mossad-ISI-CSIS-BND-ASIO-et al)??? The ‘ain’t shit’ (but sure as hell seem to pack a whole heap of it) Jesuit-controlled Vatican? Zionists (is it really over so soon?), British Crown? Tavistock? PS2/Mafia …. ROTHSCHILD and their BIS/Fed branches … Rok-n-rolla-fellas and their CFR, Bilat/Trilat lackeys? Silly boy, you’ve got the elephant’s leg and seem to think you’ve found an all powerfull tree, but from where I’m sitting, this CIA beast looks like but one arm of a parasitic octopus/squid.

    Chris B

  10. Anonymous says:

    the bankers are now doing to us what they did to Germany and this is causing a huge rise in the popularity of Adolf Hitler in his battles with them
    but please watch this…

    http://alethonews.wordpress.com/2014/02/14/dieudonne-face-to-face-on-iranian-tv-english/

  11. Anonymous says:

    same thing happens each time the jewbankers do this, they killed several in 1929 who wanted to warn of the coming crash.
    All Britian has to do is print its own money just as Screaming Lord Sutch said we should do all those years ago
    Brian P

  12. Anonymous says:

    I don’t believe for one second any of them are suicides.
    Killing yourself is not something you do on a moments thought like the guy that text his girlfriend to say he’d be home shortly then threw himself of a roof, it doesn’t happen like that.
    Suicide is mainly an action of the mentally ill and clinically depressed when all ability to rationalise is lost. It is one of the hardest things a healthy human can do.
    The human is inbuilt with a natural survival instinct which kicks in automatically to preserve it’s own life which produces the ‘fight or flight’ syndrome. Thinking about suicide and actually doing it are completely different things.

    I also noticed these two guys look almost identical. Is it a requirement of banking that you have to look like the rest or perhaps they are all clones. lol!

  13. Anonymous says:

    “Suicide is mainly an action of the mentally ill and clinically depressed when all ability to rationalise is lost.”

    With all due respect, that is one of the most absurd statements, and a wrong one at that, I’ve ever read in my life. Suicide maybe the action of someone who is mentally ill and clinically depressed (a sign that somewhere deep inside they realise something is very wrong with reality) but it is not mainly the action of one who takes their own life.

    I tend not to take, as gospel, psychoanalysis from overpaid busybodies, believing they know why some people act the way they do, differently to others. Freud, the daddy of psychoanalysis himself said he would unleash hell on the west. And he most certainly did. I wonder just how many political prisoners of communist Russia, were diagnosed as clinically insane, thrown into mental institutions, the key thrown away and privy to God knows how many horrors of brain correcting procedures?

    A friend of mine, is going through a terrible divorce case. His estranged wife literally tried to destroy him psychologically and now financially. He lost his home, a man who’d worked all his life, with his money tied up in property, now signing on.

    He has no history of depression or any other mental health problems, but simply saw his reality slipping away and contemplated suicide. He was at his wits end.

    I think it’s a very brave thing for someone to end their life. Of course, we are continually told that we should be strong and fight against suicide; fight against those who are making you suicidal. However, in life there are some individuals who lack empathy and compassion and have incredibly strong wills. Many do not. It most certainly does not make them depressed or medically ill, although certainly incredibly unhappy with their current existence.

    Look through history. After WW1 many Germans committed suicide in the Weimar Republic having no work, no home and no future. The same thing happened at the time of the Great Depression in America, both instances brought about by bankers. Would you say that these people were clinically depressed or medically ill?

    The autonomous nervous system produces more adrenalin in times of trouble, preparing the body to stand and fight or run away. It is incredibly hard to kill oneself as you are correct that we all have an inbuilt survival instinct. That which created us certainly put in a safety switch, a program in our minds from ourselves ending our own lives.

    However, from personal experiences, I have contemplated suicide and I most certainly am not clinically depressed or medically ill. It is an incredibly hard thing to do, realising that the next action will end your existence, on this planet, as who you currently are that is. Then there’s also the aspect of who am I to take away a life given to me by that which created me? I think the struggle we face defines the journey of the soul. I believe that earth is a testing ground and if anything, hell. If we can survive earth, keeping our integrity, morals and ethics intact, not slipping into a world of superficial materialism, decadence and depravity, we move onto a higher plane of existence. If we don’t, well….ground-hog day until we do.

    Harbinger

  14. Tapestry says:

    Many investors facing ruin will kill themselves especially if once they were worth a fortune and gambled it and lost. These high flying bankers probably feel they are indestructible, take risks on markets and hope to become among the mega wealthy. They have inside information, which may later prove to be deceptive and they didn’t realise they were the ones being played for once. The system might be too powerful even for them, its seeming most trusty servants. Only those at the very top are allowed to gain in the end of the day.

  15. yes2truth says:

    You can call it God’s Law or you can call it Natural Law or even Commercial Law, but which ever when you break it or dishonour it there is ALWAYS a severe penalty to pay and these two fellas have obviously paid it, whether at their own hand or someone elses.

    These two deaths are not even the tip of the iceberg when it comes to eventual fall out that will take place over the next two years.

    They have dishonoured The National Bankruptcy where all debts should have been forgiven. When you dishonour in Commerce you’re finished. It’s like the end of the Count of Monte Christo.

  16. Anonymous says:

    expose – Serco, GECAS and Wells Fargo

  17. sovereigntea says:

    Whilst some consider the demise of any old bankster as a good thing how many consider that

    “dead men tell no tales”.

    Song for ths day “lost in a fools paradise”

    now where did I leave that map ?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fU4bmVche_4&feature=player_detailpage

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