Skip to comments.Chief economistís apparent suicide is the latest in a series of bizarre deaths ...
Posted on 02/03/2014 11:52:06 AM PST by BlackVeil
Russell Investments Chief Economist Mike Dueker was found dead in an apparent suicide in the United States, the latest in a series of untimely deaths among finance workers and business leaders around the world this past week.
Police say it appears Dueker took his own life by jumping from a ramp near the Tacoma Narrows Bridge in Tacoma, Wash., the AP reported Friday. ...
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Jumping off a bridge is Old School financier suicide.
And these are the suicides that are being reported.
How many are not?
The question is, what do they know that we don’t???
Great business for JP Morgue.
A gardening accident?
-——what do they know that we dont???——
Te money they stole is gone...... poof
Then there are nice folks like this:
“Capt. Chris Pike
a day ago
A good start...but to whomever is doing this: You can do better! Kill more of these f***ers and don’t stop till the streets are awash in their blood.”
They are beating “the people” to it, I guess.
Bridges are obviously dangerous and should be banned or at least highly regulated and with low capacity ramps.
I guess he was a Broncos fan.....................
I just saw the NY Medical Examiner Van on Fox picking up Philip Seymour Hoffman.
What a junker, no hubcaps and rusted. Then again I guess the customers don’t complain much.
The big secret is many of the very rich were very damaged by 2008 crash.
Eventually there is only so much of your life you can walk away from before it becomes too much.
Didn’t sleep at a Holiday Inn Express?
He probably died of destination sickness. He made lots of money and garnered lots of notoriety for his publications and probably had a hot wife or girl friend. He had literally arrived after all of his achievements and yet found he was still empty.
No Jesus, no peace.
Very good point - suicide is often covered up as ‘accidental’ death.
Know Jesus, know peace.
Reminds me of the old investment advice:
Buy when theres blood in the streets, even if the blood is your own. —Baron Rothschild.
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