Wednesday, September 16, 2009

2 more suspicious deaths surrounding banksters

rockefeller chief james mcdonald dies in apparent suicide
rockefeller chief james mcdonald dies in apparent suicidefrom bloomberg: James McDonald, chief executive officer of New York investment firm Rockefeller & Co., died Sunday from a single gunshot wound that was probably self- inflicted, officials in Massachusetts said. His body was found in a car behind an auto dealership in Dartmouth, Mass., said Gregg Miliote, a spokesman for the Bristol County district attorney’s office in New Bedford. While police didn’t find a note, McDonald had called his wife earlier in the day, Miliote said. McDonald, who was 56, headed Rockefeller & Co. for more than 8 years, building the former family office founded by oil man John D. Rockefeller in 1882 into a wealth manager with $25 billion in client assets. Paris-based Societe Generale SA last year bought 37% of Rockefeller Financial Services, parent of Rockefeller Co., to add wealthy clients in the U.S.

former beneficial ceo finn caspersen dies in apparent suicide
former beneficial ceo finn caspersen dies in apparent suicidefrom bloomberg: Finn M.W. Caspersen, the former chairman and chief executive officer of Beneficial Corp., was found dead from an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, authorities said. He was 67. Police, responding to a call to check on him, found Caspersen on Sept. 7 behind an office building in the Shelter Harbor community of Westerly, Rhode Island, where he owned a home, said spokesman Edward St. Clair. He died from a single gunshot wound, the medical examiner said. “Finn was always a gentleman and always made his resources available,” said Rhode Island state Senator Dennis Algiere, who represents the seaside region, just across the state line from Connecticut. “He was a very charitable individual. He donated a lot of time and money to various organizations in our community over the years.”

update: casperson may have hidden millions abroad

related: 2 suspicious deaths surrounding banksters & blagojevich

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