Another JPMorgan Banker Dies, 37 Year Old Executive Director Of Program Trading! 5th Banker To Die In Last 2 Weeks”

JP Morgan Executive Becomes 5th Banker to Die in Last 2 Weeks…

Ordinarily we would ignore the news of another banker’s death – after all these sad events happen all the time – if it wasn’t for several contextual aspects of this most recent passage. First, the death in question, as reported by the Stamford Daily Voice is that of Ryan Henry Crane, a Harvard graduate, who is survived by his wife, son and parents at the very young age of 37. Second, Ryan Henry Crane was formerly employed by JPMorgan – a bank which was featured prominently in the news as recently as two weeks ago when another of its London-based employees committed suicide by jumping from the top floor of its Canary Wharf building. Third: Crane was an Executive Director in JPM’s Global Program Trading desk, founded in 1999 by an ex-DE Shaw‘er, a function of the firm which is instrumental to preserving JPM’s impeccable and (so far in 2013) flawless trading record of zero trading losses.


Yesterday we reported that Steve Quayle’s banker source “V” has informed him that the recent rash of banker “suicides” are part of a hit list that includes dozens of bankers including a supposed high level Citi executive.
Today, none other than Jim Willie himself has provided SD readers with an exclusive report on the banker deaths, which has now increased to 5 in the past week with American Title CEO Richard Tulley found dead of “self-inflicted nail gun wounds“. 
The Golden Jackass states that the suicided bankers had flipped during prosecution investigations, and were assassinated to prevent insider testimony of bank fraud from reaching the prosecution. 
Willie, who recently sat down with The Doc for an exclusive interview revealing the “Smoking Gun” proving gold rehypothecation by US officials,  emphasizes that we are NOT seeing bad bankers removed, we are witnessing bankers taken out who are on the verge of revealing BIG DATA details.

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The White House released a plan today for actions power plants, financial networks and other critical services can take to protect their computer networks from hacker attacks with potentially devastating consequences.

After a year of work involving President Barack Obama’s administration and businesses, the “cybersecurity framework” identifies actions and technical standards companies can voluntarily follow. It doesn’t require banks, utilities and other essential services to do anything and lacks a way to measure whether the nation’s defenses improve.

The document also doesn’t include financial incentives like tax breaks and legal protections that trade groups representing Bank of America Corp. (BAC:US),Alliant Energy Corp. (LNT:US), General Electric Co. (GE:US) and other companies say are necessary to help offset the cost of computer and network security upgrades.

William Broeksmit – suicide by hanging

John Doe – jumper – bank declined to identify jumper

Mike Dueker – Highway embankment suicide

Richard Talley – nail gun suicide

Ryan Henry Crane – unknown causes at this time



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