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Mysterious Banker Death

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I am always suspicious of the falling off of balconies deaths. They are so easy to pull off. This guy was only 50 and very successful. If I amm right there is a very interesting story to why Mike Dueker was suicided.


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More Recent Mysterious Banker Deaths

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Look at how more bankers have had big falls. Is being a high ranking banker a job that deserves danger pay ?

http://www.infowars.com/third-banker-co ... in-a-week/
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I would think more of investigations, their is a lot of banks having to pay out monumental sums for their playing along with people like Obama.
His work threatening banks, and financial institutions to lend to people who should have never got it cause a lot of this mess.
Now the banks, and lenders are being sued by government. They should be, but never should have been blackmailed into lending to worthless people.
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Is being a billionaire banker's job require danger pay ? What is going on ? Is it related to drugs ? What are they involved in ?

http://www.silverdoctors.com/banker-sou ... something/

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Mysterious No Deaths At Sandy Hook ?

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Isn't this interesting. I don't have all the answers here. I do believe that Sandy Hook was done in an effort to take away the guns

http://www.zengardner.com/school-safety ... andy-hook/
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It was a blatant grab at guns no doubt.
The big lie was him using an AR-15, he never did use one. The media, and Obama lied, and blew it all up just for political reasons.
Kids or not dying it should have been reported truly, and without politics.
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Post 9/11 Death Squads.

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I strongly suspect that most sanctioned hits go unreported.

Post 9/11 Death Squads.

In addition, the congressional cover-ups, the media censorship, the active disinformation campaign, the cabal behind the 9/11 attacks has been systematically killing key witnesses, journalists, and anyone capable of getting a government inquiry into the 9/11 attacks started. These deaths include witnesses who saw various aspects of the 9/11 op like Katherine Smith, a Tennessee DMV employee who sold ID
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Since that time there has been so many , and not all involved in 9/11, Opratives, and even secret service agents in high levels killed, or funny accidents.
One was found in a dumpster apparently robbed of nothing but life. .
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Rockerfeller Dies On Friday The 13th

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http://beforeitsnews.com/alternative/20 ... 74728.html

The date is too suspicious for me to believe that this was an accident
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Mysterious Death In Laos

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From all the reports that I have heard from people who have traveled to Laos is good stories about their travels there and that they liked the Lao people however parts of Laos are part of the infamous Golden Triangle so you know that mafias are there including the triads. Who was this man involved with I wonder ? Possibly he was criminally connected.

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Decide for yourselves on the Joan Rivers death.

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He is a homo not that it matters, he was caught in the act wasn't he in a lemo snorting coke with his man before he got in office.
Also Mechelle looks like a Mike to me.
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The info was out there, people just ignored it like his socialist, sick activist terrorist friends, hateful church minister, corruption, and strong arm tactics to banks, and loans for housing, and Islamic past.

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I believe that it was this case I watched some time ago on forensic files. I am glad that they finally got him.

https://ca.news.yahoo.com/ex-priest-arr ... html?nhp=1

HOUSTON - For more than half a century, the unsolved killing of a young schoolteacher and beauty queen who was last seen at church haunted the Texas city of McAllen.

But now, nearly 56 years after the bludgeoned body of 25-year-old Irene Garza was pulled from an irrigation canal, police have arrested the man long suspected in her slaying: the former priest who apparently heard her final confession.

Using a walker, a frail-looking John Bernard Feit, now 83, appeared in court Wednesday in Phoenix after being arrested a day earlier at his home in Scottsdale, Arizona, on a murder charge. He was jailed on $750,000 cash bail while he awaits transfer back to Texas.

"This whole thing makes no sense to me because the crime in question took place in 1960," Feit said, adding that he plans to fight extradition to Texas.

Feit's arrest followed other investigations over the years, including a grand jury probe in 2004 that concluded there was insufficient evidence to charge him.

McAllen police would not comment Wednesday on what evidence was gathered or presented to the grand jury that finally brought the charge.

"The arrest of John Feit Tuesday night is the first step in providing justice for the murder of Ms. Irene Garza. After nearly 56 years, Ms. Garza's family and our community will finally see that justice is served," Hidalgo County District Attorney Ricardo Rodriguez said in a statement.

Authorities said Garza visited Sacred Heart Catholic Church in McAllen, where Feit was a priest, on April 16, 1960. Garza, who was Miss All South Texas Sweetheart 1958, had planned to go to confession that evening. She never returned home.

Her body was found days later. An autopsy found that she had been raped while unconscious and had been beaten and suffocated.

Feit came under suspicion early on, telling police that he heard Garza's confession — in the church rectory, not in the confessional — but denying he killed her.

Feit later spent time at a treatment centre in New Mexico for troubled priests and after that became a supervisor and had a part in clearing priests for assignments to parishes. Among the men Feit helped keep in ministry: child molester James Porter, who assaulted more than 100 victims before he was ultimately defrocked and sent to prison.

Feit left the priesthood in 1972, married and went on to work at the Catholic charity St. Vincent de Paul in Phoenix for a number of years, training and recruiting volunteers and helping oversee the charity's network of food pantries, said executive director Steve Zabilski.

He said the charity knew about the suspicion that followed Feit surrounding the killing but he remained an employee and Feit always denied any involvement.

Zabilski said he was shocked by Feit's arrest "because John is one of the most kind and caring and truly compassionate people that I've ever met. And anyone would say that."

Among the evidence that pointed to Feit as a suspect over the years: His portable photographic slide viewer was found near Garza's body. Two fellow priests told authorities Feit confessed to them. And one of them said he saw scratches on Feit soon after Garza's disappearance.

Also, Feit had been accused of attacking another young woman in a church in a nearby town just weeks before Garza's death. He eventually pleaded no contest and was fined $500.

Garza's family members and friends had long pushed authorities to reopen the case, and it became an issue in the 2014 district attorney's race. Rodriguez had promised that if elected, he would re-examine the case.

Dale Tacheny, a tax adviser in Oklahoma City who had been a priest at a Missouri monastery where Feit had applied to live in 1963, said that Feit had confessed to him that he had murdered a young woman. Tacheny said it wasn't until years later that he learned that the woman Feit had described was Garza.

He said he eventually told authorities around 2002 and that he had wanted to testify before the 2004 grand jury, but wasn't asked to do so by prosecutors. He said a prosecutor from Hidalgo County visited him to discuss the case last year, but he didn't testify before the most recent grand jury.

Tacheny said he had travelled in recent years to the McAllen area to support Garza's family in its efforts to get the case reopened.


Associated Press writers Paul Davenport and Josh Hoffner in Phoenix contributed to this report.
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Is that Obama video being gay because of mysterious deaths ?
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It goes with your own post above about Joan Rivers, and is some verification for my comment.
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I myself have to question this, it's not the first person killed by this administration I'm sure.

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I saw an article on this murder earlier today but I did not have time to finish it or post anything. I doubt that Obama even thinks much about getting people offed.
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Oh I bet he has been thinking about it for years now, any conservative he can get rid of that matters has been on his mind all his career.
Yeah he could care less they die, but it tickles him to appoint another incompetent liberal hate monger.
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