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CNBC Exec’s Children Murdered; 1 Day After CNBC Reports $43 Trillion Bankster Lawsuit
Intelhub ^ | 10-27-2012 | JG Vibes

Posted on 11/17/2012 8:43:05 AM PST by Renfield

This week financial news organization CNBC gave some mainstream attention to the largest money laundering and racketeering lawsuit in United States History, in which “Banksters” and their U.S. racketeering partners are being accused of laundering of 43 trillion dollars worth of ill gotten gains.

The lawsuit is said to involve officials located in the highest offices of government and the financial sector.

Since this information was surprisingly revealed by the mainstream news organization there has been a very suspicious and deadly fallout at the CNBC headquarters.

Within hours the original page for the article was taken down, and CNBC senior vice president Kevin Krim received news that his children were killed under very suspicious circumstances.

It seems that the murder happened first and then the page was removed later.

According to mainstream accounts the children’s nanny is responsible for the murders, allegedly stabbing both children.

However, those same mainstream news sources report the highly unlikely story that the nanny slit her own throat just after committing the homicides.

Police have released very little information and although a wider plot has not been officially implicated, it seems very possible that these murders are a show of force against the press organization for releasing such damning information about the most powerful people in the world.

Here is some more information about the lawsuit from the Wall Street Journal:

“In the District Court lawsuit, Spire Law Group, LLP — on behalf of home owner across the Country and New York taxpayers, as well as under other taxpayer recompense laws — has expanded its mass tort action into federal court in Brooklyn, New York, seeking to halt all foreclosures nationwide pending the return of the $43 trillion ($43,000,000,000,000.00) by the “Banksters” and their co-conspirators, seeking an audit of the Fed and audits of all the “bailout programs” by an independent receiver such as Neil Barofsky, former Inspector General of the TARP program who has stated that none of the TARP money and other “bailout money” advanced from the Treasury has ever been repaid despite protestations to the contrary by the Defendants as well as similar protestations by President Obama and the Obama Administration both publicly on national television and more privately to the United States Congress.

Because the Obama Administration has failed to pursue any of the “Banksters” criminally, and indeed is actively borrowing monies for Mr. Obama’s campaign from these same “Banksters” to finance its political aspirations, the national group of plaintiff home owners has been forced to now expand its lawsuit to include racketeering, money laundering and intentional violations of the Iranian Nations Sanctions and Embargo Act by the national banks included among the “Bankster” Defendants. “

Some of the alleged conspirators are Attorney General Holder, Assistant Attorney General Tony West, the brother in law of Defendant California Attorney General Kamala Harris, Jon Corzine (former New Jersey Governor), Robert Rubin (former Treasury Secretary and Bankster), Timothy Geitner, Treasury Secretary, Vikram Pandit (recently resigned and disgraced Chairman of the Board of Citigroup), Valerie Jarrett (a Senior White House Advisor), Anita Dunn (a former “communications director” for the Obama Administration), Robert Bauer (husband of Anita Dunn and Chief Legal Counsel for the Obama Re-election Campaign), as well as the “Banksters” themselves, and their affiliates and conduits.

It is expected that all news on this subject will be removed from CNBC, and that other news organizations will be discouraged from covering such information.

However, screen shots of the original CNBC article were taken to verify the authenticity of this story.

Assassination and brute intimidation are common strategies for the ruling class to use on people who may threaten their agenda.

This is the second situation this week in which a high level executive was the victim of a suspicious attack that seemed very much like an assassination.

The Intel Hub just reported that Nicholas Mockford, a 60 year old British executive for the oil company ExxonMobil was shot dead in front of his wife in an assassination-style killing in Brussels.

We will be keeping a close eye on both of these stories and provide more details as they become available.

Note: You can read the lawsuit here.



TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: cantmakethisup; crime; fraud; idiocy; lunacy
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To: betty boop

Beep!


51 posted on 11/17/2012 11:51:24 AM PST by YHAOS (you betcha!)
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To: Renfield

Thanks for posting.


52 posted on 11/17/2012 12:28:03 PM PST by Jack Black ( Whatever is left of American patriotism is now identical with counter-revolution.)
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To: Renfield
It works quite well for those with long-term perspective

When banks need to increase their capital, now, holding money losing real estate doesn't work.

and these people think very long term.

Yes, taking massive losses on real estate is long term thinking. Not taking losses works better, quicker.

This scheme is old, and dates at least back to ancient Babylon.

Yes, banking is old. Not sure why you call it a scheme.

The fact that the Fed is only about 100 years old doesn't make this fraudulent confiscation of wealth any less fraudulent.

Banking is theft? Don't do it, tovarisch.

The FED is just one in a series of tools used for theft.

Don't blame theft when ignorance makes more sense.

53 posted on 11/17/2012 12:28:10 PM PST by Toddsterpatriot (Math is hard. Harder if you're stupid.)
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To: Toddsterpatriot
"It's even easier for an idiot lawyer to pull a number out of his ass. As in this case."

LOL! That must be one HUGE A$$. See post #40: Largess? I do not think it means what you think it means.

54 posted on 11/17/2012 12:42:14 PM PST by uncommonsense (Conservatives believe what they see; Liberals see what they believe.)
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To: Renfield
This week financial news organization CNBC gave some mainstream attention to the largest money laundering and racketeering lawsuit in United States History, in which “Banksters” and their U.S. racketeering partners are being accused of laundering of 43 trillion dollars worth of ill gotten gains. The lawsuit is said to involve officials located in the highest offices of government and the financial sector.

Hmmm... Obama is money laundering??

55 posted on 11/17/2012 12:57:16 PM PST by ExCTCitizen (More Republicans stayed home then the margin of victory of O's Win...)
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To: Toddsterpatriot
Gave?
Loaned. But the point is that, like now, the 30's had its TARP.

30% deflation wasn't enough? More would have been better?

The Fed did various things to try to prevent deflation from 1930 to 1932 (as explained by Rlthbard) but that just prolonged the adjustment. The lengthening of the period of adjustment is what ultimately made the GD much worse. An undershoot (50%?) in prices would have quickly recovered in the subsequent recovery. Our large farming population could have weathered one season of low prices but not several in a row.

56 posted on 11/17/2012 1:07:22 PM PST by palmer (Jim, please bill me 50 cents for this completely useless post)
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To: Renfield

I think Jimmy Saville plays into this and Sandusky too, I think there is a vast group of elites that have no morals, they are beyond evil, they do not fear God, they know that this life and the power and material wealth they acquire from it is all they will ever have! They know that when they die, they will spend eternity in hell, so they indulge, and their cups run over with most vile, corrupt, immoral pursuits known to man!


57 posted on 11/17/2012 1:38:21 PM PST by IslamE (epiphany)
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To: Toddsterpatriot

My qualification for “repayment” is that the net:net, ie, that which we’d use in business.

And that is seen to still be negative, per the spreadsheet on the report’s page 3 (not that which you refer to as page 3, which is the third page in the .pdf file).

At the bottom of the spreadsheet, we see that we have $386.77 billion in cash back for $417.55 billion disbursed. ie, We’re still cash negative on the TARP program.

The clowns in DC who claim that we’ve recovered $X billion on our ‘investment in banks’ are playing a sleight-of-hand game here. It’s like some investor saying “Well, in the last three years, I’ve made huge gains on AAPL...” while said investor has been taking a bath on (insert name of industry here), but he’s not taken his losses yet.

To me, the TARP program was a failure in that it prevented capitalism from actually working - punishing the stupid with failure and causing capital to be re-allocated to people who don’t have their head up their posteriors. This failure is going to come back to bite us again... sooner rather than later.


58 posted on 11/17/2012 1:42:24 PM PST by NVDave
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To: IslamE

There are a bunch of scandals/crimes coming to light now that are connected, and the elites are frantically trying to cover them up....they know that if one thread unravels the garment, they other threads will follow...and they will be exposed. The same small bunch of miscreants is involved in many crimes.


59 posted on 11/17/2012 2:53:12 PM PST by Renfield (Turning apples into venison since 1999!)
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To: Toddsterpatriot
When banks need to increase their capital, now, holding money losing real estate doesn't work.

The people to whom I refer don't need to increase their capital. They already control most of it anyway. In any case, capital is just digits in a ledger. These folks control the ledgers.

Yes, taking massive losses on real estate is long term thinking. Not taking losses works better, quicker.

They didn't take losses. The taxpayers did. And the Banksters ended up with real assets.

Yes, banking is old. Not sure why you call it a scheme. You didn't pay attention to post #38, did you?

Banking is theft? Don't do it, tovarisch.

Manipulating interest rates and currency for the purpose of gaining control of assets at a fraction of their real value is indeed theft.

Don't blame theft when ignorance makes more sense.

The Banksters aren't ingnorant. They are fully informed, "read in", and very cunning. But their perfidy has caught up with them.

You don't, by any chance, work for the Federal Reserve,do you?

60 posted on 11/17/2012 3:15:18 PM PST by Renfield (Turning apples into venison since 1999!)
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To: betty boop

Remember, as dirty as he is, Obama is just the Manchurian washer-woman, laundering the cash as best he can. He is a puppet of the Banksters. This kind of stuff has been going on whenever there was a Central Bank in existence in the United States. The Federal Reserve is the latest incarnation of it, so we have (latterly) had nearly 100 years of financial fraud piled upon us. The pile is now toppling over.


61 posted on 11/17/2012 3:25:39 PM PST by Renfield (Turning apples into venison since 1999!)
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To: NVDave
My qualification for “repayment” is that the net:net, ie, that which we’d use in business.

Sounds good, net:net, the bank portion of TARP made the Treasury over $22 billion.

To me, the TARP program was a failure in that it prevented capitalism from actually working - punishing the stupid with failure

Stupid bankers weren't punished? Really?

62 posted on 11/17/2012 4:11:04 PM PST by Toddsterpatriot (Math is hard. Harder if you're stupid.)
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To: Renfield
The people to whom I refer don't need to increase their capital.

Bilderbergers?

They didn't take losses. The taxpayers did.

Banks lost tens of billions. When taxpayers defaulted on their mortgages. It was in all the papers.

You didn't pay attention to post #38, did you?

I'm sorry, was my ridicule of post #38 too subtle?

Manipulating interest rates and currency for the purpose of gaining control of assets at a fraction of their real value is indeed theft.

Banks do that? It should be harder for them to lose money, if that were the case. Maybe you should call them up and let them know what you know?

You don't, by any chance, work for the Federal Reserve,do you?

I own it.

63 posted on 11/17/2012 4:17:15 PM PST by Toddsterpatriot (Math is hard. Harder if you're stupid.)
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To: Renfield

The nanny woke up.
She said she was angry about being asked to do housework.

She admitted to hurting the children but would not go as far as saying she had killed them.


64 posted on 11/17/2012 4:23:53 PM PST by Scotswife
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To: Toddsterpatriot
I'm sorry, was my ridicule of post #38 too subtle?

No, just clumsy and impertinent.

65 posted on 11/17/2012 4:30:41 PM PST by Renfield (Turning apples into venison since 1999!)
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To: Toddsterpatriot
By the way, did you happen to notice this phrase in the original posting?:

...Neil Barofsky, former Inspector General of the TARP program who has stated that none of the TARP money and other “bailout money” advanced from the Treasury has ever been repaid despite protestations to the contrary by the Defendants as well as similar protestations by President Obama and the Obama Administration both publicly on national television and more privately to the United States Congress.

66 posted on 11/17/2012 4:37:57 PM PST by Renfield (Turning apples into venison since 1999!)
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To: Renfield

Yeah, I clumsily refuted your post.


67 posted on 11/17/2012 4:59:36 PM PST by Toddsterpatriot (Math is hard. Harder if you're stupid.)
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To: Renfield
By the way, did you happen to notice this phrase in the original posting?

Yeah, did you help him with that one?

68 posted on 11/17/2012 5:01:43 PM PST by Toddsterpatriot (Math is hard. Harder if you're stupid.)
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To: Renfield
The people to whom I refer don't need to increase their capital.

Bilderbergers?

They didn't take losses. The taxpayers did.

Banks lost tens of billions. When taxpayers defaulted on their mortgages. It was in all the papers.

69 posted on 11/17/2012 5:06:09 PM PST by Toddsterpatriot (Math is hard. Harder if you're stupid.)
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To: Yollopoliuhqui

Well said, bankers have been taking advantage of all Americans,the 1% has nothing to do with it, it is all about corruption and greed, sadly, it crosses both party lines.

Celebrities, socialites, and some charities have been laundering their funds and spreading them among not only themselves but their elite friends too for quite some time, they are like slush funds for them, the funds don’t go where they should, look at the salaries of those who run these charities, look at where the funds go, that’s where the real story is.


70 posted on 11/17/2012 5:16:11 PM PST by IslamE (epiphany)
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To: Yollopoliuhqui
Read “The Creature from Jeckyl Island”

Read it. The silly, stupid errors made me laugh.

71 posted on 11/17/2012 5:24:01 PM PST by Toddsterpatriot (Math is hard. Harder if you're stupid.)
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To: betty boop
Jeepers, the allegations are staggering.

Thank you so much for these insights, dearest sister in Christ!

72 posted on 11/17/2012 9:21:46 PM PST by Alamo-Girl
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73 posted on 11/18/2012 7:53:48 AM PST by PMAS (All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing)
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To: Alamo-Girl
Jeepers, the allegations are staggering.

It's easy to write staggering fiction.

74 posted on 11/18/2012 9:35:46 AM PST by Toddsterpatriot (Math is hard. Harder if you're stupid.)
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To: Toddsterpatriot

The article looked like someone’s blog instead of a news story.

$43 Trillion. Yeah right.


75 posted on 11/18/2012 9:40:01 AM PST by AppyPappy (If you really want to annoy someone, point out something obvious that they are trying hard to ignore)
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To: AppyPappy
No kidding, it's a joke.
And they made up the Neil Barofsky quote.
76 posted on 11/18/2012 9:44:57 AM PST by Toddsterpatriot (Math is hard. Harder if you're stupid.)
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To: Toddsterpatriot

The opening remarks in the title were about a man’s children being killed by a nanny juxtaposed against a lawsuit over ‘ill gotten gains’ by ‘banks’. The man, being a ‘bankster’.

Had you read my initial remark, you might have gleaned I was talking about the nanny and the ‘reason’ for the story in the first place. I don’t give a crap about the media’s version of TARP; they all lie. Likely, an immense portion of it ended up in Obama’s re-election campaign and then as “walking around money” for his voters in the form of Obama Phones, UIC extensions, TANF work relaxation of rules, etc.


77 posted on 11/18/2012 10:04:45 AM PST by Gaffer
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To: Toddsterpatriot

No kidding, screen writers make a living at it. But for a consumer to “suspend reality” it must have some realistic ground.


78 posted on 11/18/2012 10:38:01 AM PST by Alamo-Girl
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To: Toddsterpatriot

No, stupid bankers were not punished.

If they had been, then Citigroup would have ceased to exist. BofA would be broken up and out of business today. Their books are packed with crap debt.

BofA obviously never did even a hint of due diligence on their acquisition of Countrywide, and that should have been their death penalty.

Playing stupid games should merit stupid prizes.


79 posted on 11/18/2012 4:39:21 PM PST by NVDave
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To: NVDave
No, stupid bankers were not punished.

Jimmy Cayne lost $1 billion.

Not sure how much Dick Fuld lost, but it had to have been in the 9 figures.

If they had been, then Citigroup would have ceased to exist. BofA would be broken up and out of business today.

Bankers can't be punished unless their bank fails?

How much did Ken Lewis and Pandit lose?

BofA obviously never did even a hint of due diligence on their acquisition of Countrywide, and that should have been their death penalty.

They bought it because the Treasury and Fed begged them to. I agree it was stupid. And that no bank will ever do that again, no matter who asks.

80 posted on 11/18/2012 6:04:51 PM PST by Toddsterpatriot (Math is hard. Harder if you're stupid.)
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To: IslamE

BTTT!


81 posted on 11/19/2012 7:46:24 AM PST by bayouranger (The 1st victim of islam is the person who practices the lie.)
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To: wideawake

Gibbering, drooling idiots should be insulted by your comparison to this writer.


82 posted on 11/19/2012 7:55:11 AM PST by Mr. Lucky
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To: Renfield

“She didn’t kill herself, then; she was murdered,...”

“If she manages to recover, she will be finished off before she can testify.”

Why wouldn’t she just come back to life again? Or does she only have one “come back fro the dead” card?


83 posted on 11/19/2012 7:59:57 AM PST by Lee'sGhost (Johnny Rico picked the wrong girl!)
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To: Lee'sGhost

Sorry, I should have referred to an attempted murder.


84 posted on 11/19/2012 8:35:36 AM PST by Renfield (Turning apples into venison since 1999!)
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