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JPMorgan Vice President’s Death Shines Light

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JPMorgan Vice President’s Death Shines Light on Bank’s Close Ties to the CIA

By Pam Martens

Global Research, February 13, 2014

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The nonstop crime news swirling around JPMorgan Chase for a solid 18 months has started to feel a little spooky – they do lots of crime but never any time; and with each closed case, a trail of unanswered questions remains in the public’s mind.

Just last month, JPMorgan Chase acknowledged that it facilitated the largest Ponzi scheme in history, looking the other way as Bernie Madoff brazenly turned his business bank account at JPMorgan Chase into an unprecedented money laundering operation that would have set off bells, whistles and sirens at any other bank.

The U.S. Justice Department allowed JPMorgan to pay $1.7 billion and sign a deferred prosecution agreement, meaning no one goes to jail at JPMorgan — again. The largest question that no one can or will answer is how the compliance, legal and anti-money laundering personnel at JPMorgan ignored for years hundreds of transfers and billions of dollars in round trip maneuvers between Madoff and the account of Norman Levy. Even one such maneuver should set off an investigation. (Levy is now deceased and the Trustee for Madoff’s victims has settled with his estate.)

Then there was the report done by the U.S. Senate’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the London Whale episode which left the public in the dark about just what JPMorgan was doing with stock trading in its Chief Investment Office in London, redacting all information in the 300-page report that related to that topic. Wall Street On Parade has been filing Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests with the Federal government in these matters, and despite the pledge from our President to set a new era of transparency, thus far we have had few answers coming our way.

One reason that JPMorgan may have such a spooky feel is that it has aligned itself in no small way with real-life spooks, the CIA kind. Just when the public was numbing itself to the endless stream of financial malfeasance which cost JPMorgan over $30 billion in fines and settlements in just the past 13 months, we learned on January 28 of this year that a happy, healthy 39-year old technology Vice President, Gabriel Magee, was found dead on a 9th level rooftop of the bank’s 33-story European headquarters building in the Canary Wharf section of London. The way the news of this tragic and sudden death was stage-managed by highly skilled but invisible hands, turning a demonstrably suspicious incident into a cut-and-dried suicide leap from the rooftop (devoid of eyewitnesses or motivation) had all the hallmarks of a sophisticated covert operation or coverup..

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With Krongard and other notorious names, it's been fairly well known for years that Wall Street is mostly run by CIA types. That's where the real money laundering goes on. We should expect to see a few 'mysterious' deaths it seems.

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With Krongard and other notorious names, it's been fairly well known for years that Wall Street is mostly run by CIA types. That's where the real money laundering goes on. We should expect to see a few 'mysterious' deaths it seems.

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yeah, kinda nice to play the markets when you've got the NSA tapping the phones of pretty well any and every company you might want some

dirt on, sort of makes shorting a given companys stock a little less risky , doesn't it? Always a way to exploit the weaknesses exposed,

always a a step ahead of everyone. Always pretty sure the given company is heading into some rough waters long before everyone else.

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yeah, kinda nice to play the markets when you've got the NSA tapping the phones of pretty well any and every company you might want some

dirt on, sort of makes shorting a given companys stock a little less risky , doesn't it? Always a way to exploit the weaknesses exposed,

always a a step ahead of everyone. Always pretty sure the given company is heading into some rough waters long before everyone else.

Yes, it reminds me of the words of Brian Dennehy's character in the movie Silverado. His character was a former outlaw who became Sheriff of the town. One day an old outlaw friend of his stopped by the town and discovered his friend was Sheriff. In the conversation, Brian bragged to his friend while showing his badge, "Welcome to paradise" with a smirk equal to Rumsfeld's. :gun:

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This is the third rail. This is where angels fear to tread. Proceed with caution and trepidation. There are times when alphabet agencies intersect with financial interests. I'm guessing, but, of course, I'm no expert. There might be a bunch of weird coincidences that just make things seem different than they are. It's also a good idea to never libel or slander certain personages just because they exhibited bad timing in certain circumstances. Be careful.

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