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Sunday, March 30, 2014

Another JP Morgan Banker On The Other Side Of The Daisies



In what is becoming an extremely long list, yet another banker has been taken out. Joseph Giampapa was the top bankruptcy attorney for JP Morgan. He was struck by a minivan in a hit and run incident. Giampapa was apparently hit and thrown 150 ft and was pronounced dead at the scene.

He was riding his cycle alone on Troy-Sidney Road in Miami County, Florida. The driver of the van reportedly called 911. He had been taking part in a 200 mile bike ride with a bicycle club named Ohio Randonneurs. 

A friend of Giampapa, Jeff Stephens, had this to say: 


"Joe was an extremely accomplished cyclist and that's what makes this tragedy so mind numbing. That road that Joe was on was flat. No trees. It was just wide open visibility."

It is obvious that this was not some car-pooling mom out there being too distracted by the kiddies to pay attention to the road. This was another systematic extermination of top banking executives who know just a little too much and are now collateral damage.

For a list of the other bankers and the associations to George Soros, Agenda 21 and global currency manipulation, see my other posts.

http://theconservativewife.blogspot.com/2014/02/banker-suicides-central-bank-fire-and.html 

http://theconservativewife.blogspot.com/2014/02/suicidal-bankers-george-soros-and.html

http://theconservativewife.blogspot.com/2014/03/so-why-would-bitcoin-ceo-commit-suicide.html

http://theconservativewife.blogspot.com/2014/03/another-banker-downpossible-retaliation.html

TCW



3 comments:

  1. this is eerily similar to the Laurel Canyon deaths of various 'hippies' who just happened to have military parents or backgrounds.
    things that make you go 'hmmm'!

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    1. And what a small world...I am a former Lubbock girl. I lived there for years...now an East Texas girl...

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  2. Hi T, I haven't heard of the Laurel Canyon deaths. I will read about it though. Thanks for the tip. Something is definitely going on though.

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