Third Banker, Former Fed Member, “Found Dead” Inside A Week

Vatic Note: I will try to track down the rest of those bankers mentioned that did themselves in this week.  IF THAT is what they did,  or did they receive some help?  I will try to post what I find as soon as I find it.  Stay tuned, things are heating up.  I highly recommend you read the blogs going up on Sunday that alludes to the fear that "seems" to be going around with the elite. 

I warn you this could just be another "give the people hope, and then crash them", kind of play on their part.  They have done it before and all of it went no where, so we will just have to wait this out and see where it ends up.  One thing is certain,  ITS BLOOMBERG REPORTING THAT ITS SUICIDES AND NOT MURDERS/ASSASSINATIONS. 

Bloomberg is so owned that I believe nothing of what he says and only half of what I see he says with proof.  Also remember he is Mayor of NYC and thus controls the police investgations in these matters. Keep that in mind as well.

Third Banker, Former Fed Member, “Found Dead” Inside A Week 
by admin, from Zero Hedge, original source,  WTF RLY

Zero Hedge

If the stock market were already crashing then it would be simple to blame the dismally sad rash of dead bankers in the last week on that – certainly that was reflected in 1929. However, for the third time in the last week, a senior financial executive has died in what appears to be a suicide.

As Bloomberg reports, following the deaths of a JPMorgan senior manager (Tuesday) and a Deutsche Bank executive (Sunday), Russell Investments’ Chief Economist (and former Fed economist) Mike Dueker was found dead at the side of a highway in Washington State. Police said the death appeared to be a suicide.
Via Bloomberg,
Mike Dueker, the chief economist at Russell Investments, was found dead at the side of a highway that leads to the Tacoma Narrows Bridge in Washington state, according to the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department. He was 50.

He may have jumped over a 4-foot (1.2-meter) fence before falling down a 40- to 50-foot embankment, Pierce County Detective Ed Troyer said yesterday. He said the death appeared to be a suicide.

Dueker was reported missing on Jan. 29, and a group of friends had been searching for him along with law enforcement. Troyer said Dueker was having problems at work, without elaborating.

Dueker was in good standing at Russell, said Jennifer Tice, a company spokeswoman. She declined to comment on Troyer’s statement about Dueker’s work issues.
But as Michael Snyder noted recently, if the stock market was already crashing, it would be easy to blame the suicides on that.  The world certainly remembers what happened during the crash of 1929
Historically, bankers have been stereotyped as the most likely to commit suicide. This has a lot to do with the famous 1929 stock market crash, which resulted in 1,616 banks failing and more than 20,000 businesses going bankrupt.

The number of bankers committing suicide directly after the crash is thought to have been only around 20, with another 100 people connected to the financial industry dying at their own hand within the year.
Dueker had also been a research economist at the St. Louis Fed:
He published dozens of research papers over the past two decades, many on monetary policy, according to the St. Louis Fed’s website, which ranks him among the top 5 percent of economists by number of works published. His most-cited work was a 1997 paper titled “Strengthening the case for the yield curve as a predictor of U.S. recessions,” published by the reserve bank while he was a researcher there.
So, with stocks a mere 4% off their highs, are so many high ranking and well respected bankers committing suicide?

Zero Hedge

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