Shocking Video Fuels Claims Bankers’ ‘Suicides’ Are Cover Up For Huge Global Scandal

“What is the phrase,” said Michel Gray with a grim face from his offices in Manhattan. “Dead men tell no tales?”

Source: Shocking Video Fuels Claims Bankers’ ‘Suicides’ Are Cover Up For Huge Global Scandal

‘What is the phrase?’ said Michel Gray with a grim face from his offices in Manhattan. ‘Dead men tell no tales?’

Michael, who is the Sunday Business Editor at the New York Post, said he saw a dark connection in the suicides of three top bankers in New York, London and Siena, Italy, which officially seem like a series of unconnected events.

After all, we see headlines of bankers committing suicide quite often, it’s sadly not very out of the ordinary.

The official story is they were a series of unrelated suicides, but there was a very dark connection which only Michael Gray could get to the bottom of – his journalism ended up winning awards.

He told UNILAD:

Starting in like 2013 I was covering these suicides one at a time, we’d had 40 of them between 2013-2014 around the world.

I just started to look for threads because no-one had a reason why we had 40 in the span of 18 months when we had ones and twos before and we had ones and twos after.

We were well past the financial crisis, [the collapse of major bank] Lehmann was 2008, so it wasn’t like the crash of 1929 when people were jumping out the windows.

This was 5-6 years after the recession so it had to be something so I started digging.

I was able to find some commonality in three of the suicides where authorities didn’t have any connections at all, and those involved Deutsche Bank…

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