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Epstein is reportedly dead
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Jeffrey Epstein’s private wealth banker, who brokered and signed off on untold multiple millions of dollars in controversial Deutsche Bank and Citibank loans spanning two decades for the convicted pedophile, has died from a reported suicide.

I have a feeling we might be seeing many more "suicides" before all this is said and done.

Quote:Jeffrey Epstein’s private wealth banker, who brokered and signed off on untold multiple millions of dollars in controversial Deutsche Bank and Citibank loans spanning two decades for the convicted pedophile, has died from a reported suicide.

The news of yet another mysterious Epstein-linked death comes shortly after the FBI was seeking to interview the bank executive about loans he approved for Epstein and the indicted child trafficker’s labyrinth of US-based and offshore companies.

The Los Angeles County Medical Examiner confirmed Thomas Bowers died by an apparent suicide by hanging at his home before Thanksgiving.

Epstein likewise died from a reported suicide by hanging, according to the New York City Medical Examiner.

Bowers headed the private wealth banking division for Deutsche Bank and signed off on millions in loans to Epstein. Bowers, prior to taking over the private banking arm at Deutsche Bank, served in the same top position at Citibank, as the head of the bank’s private wealth arm. Citigroup also made massive loans to Epstein, according to records and banking sources who spoke to True Pundit.

True Pundit founder Mike “Thomas Paine” Moore previously headed anti-money laundering for a major Citigroup division during the time frame Citi commenced large loans to Epstein.

“The loans to Epstein were personal and commercial,” Paine confirmed. “The Citi loans I can confirm were for more than $25 million. Some were secured, some were not.”

Did Citi bend its lending rules for Epstein? Paine said that appears “quite likely,” with Bowers and other Citi executives he later recruited to work for him at Deutsche all working to secure the approvals regardless of compliance-related red flags.

And sources said Citi loaned Epstein much more money, eclipsing $100 million and also allowed Epstein to use the bank to send thousands of wire transfers from his accounts. Bowers, who turned up dead just days ago, brokered the loans for Epstein, sources said.

Bowers was the chief of Deutsche Bank’s Private Wealth Management division and worked from the bank’s Park Avenue offices in New York City. At Citi, Bowers served as the chief of the The Citi Private Bank and previously ran Citigroup’s Global Markets and Wealth Management businesses.

And when Bowers left Citi for Deutsche Bank, Epstein followed.
Meanwhile, Epstein stopped making payments on his millions in outstanding Citi loans. But that mattered little because Bowers approved new high-risk loans and credit lines from Deutsche Bank, sources said.

And that relationship with Epstein continued until Bowers left Deutsche Bank in 2015.  By that time, Epstein had chalked up untold millions in loans with the help of Bowers who recruited many of his top private wealth top bankers from Citi to Deutsche Bank.

The FBI who was interested in interviewing Bowers, sources confirm. The FBI subpoenaed Deutsche Bank in May for all loans and accounts linked to Epstein and there were many unanswered questions. Deutsche Bank closed out Epstein’s accounts weeks after the bank was served federal subpoenas.

Federal law enforcement officials said the FBI planned to interview all Wall Street wealth fund managers who worked for Epstein. Bowers included.

How much money did Deutsche broker for Epstein? That number to this point has proven elusive. The FBI is not talking, but one executive divulged Epstein had secured more than $60 million from Deutsche Bank’s U.S. and German arms. Likely that number is larger, but at this point the bank is keeping its exposure quiet.

Read much more of the story here: [url=https://truepundit.com/jeffrey-epsteins-private-banker-at-deutsche-executive-suicide-before-feds-questioned-him/]Source



Police reported finding 55 year old Bowers hanging from a rope in his California home.

Did he kill himself to avoid the embarrassment of what could come out, or was he "suicided" to shut him up on what he knew?

What do you think?
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#82
(12-03-2019, 05:09 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: ...What do you think?

I think the MSM are just dirty-dirty smear merchants!
Just look:



Quote:Banker who signed off Trump loans found dead after killing himself.

'...During his time with the investment bank, Bowers oversaw Donald Trump’s personal private banker Rosemary Vrablic,
who approved more than $300 million in high-risk loans to the then reality TV star, beginning in 2010...'

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Thomas Bowers.

'...When Trump won the presidency in 2016, loan arrangements between Deutsche Bank and the real estate magnate
came under intense scrutiny – becoming the subject of investigations by US government House Committees and the
New York Attorney General.

The New York Times reported Deutsche Bank took on Trump as a client, lending him billions, when other Wall Street
institutes deemed the now president’s history of bankruptcy as ‘untouchable’...'
Metro:

Not a mention of Epstein.
tinysure


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(12-03-2019, 05:28 PM)BIAD Wrote:
(12-03-2019, 05:09 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: ...What do you think?

I think the MSM are just dirty-dirty smear merchants!
Just look:



Quote:Banker who signed off Trump loans found dead after killing himself.

'...During his time with the investment bank, Bowers oversaw Donald Trump’s personal private banker Rosemary Vrablic,
who approved more than $300 million in high-risk loans to the then reality TV star, beginning in 2010...'

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Thomas Bowers.

'...When Trump won the presidency in 2016, loan arrangements between Deutsche Bank and the real estate magnate
came under intense scrutiny – becoming the subject of investigations by US government House Committees and the
New York Attorney General.

The New York Times reported Deutsche Bank took on Trump as a client, lending him billions, when other Wall Street
institutes deemed the now president’s history of bankruptcy as ‘untouchable’...'
Metro:

Not a mention of Epstein.
tinysure

Those dirty B*stards!!!!   tinyshouting 

Well, if nothing else, this will show the "normies" out there how the media is used to twist and turn EVERYTHING against President Trump.   tinyok
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#84
Oh look! What have we here?  Why, it's more "royals" entangled in the Epstein web.   tinysure




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Quote:A new royal family has come under scrutiny in the fallout surrounding the sex trafficking investigation and death of billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

Norwegian Crown Princess Mette-Marit has apologized for repeatedly meeting with Epstein after his arrest on federal underage sex trafficking charges.

The Norwegian newspaper Dagens Næringsliv broke the story December 2 following an investigation into Epstein’s relationship with Norwegian royalty:
Quote:“I never would have associated with Mr. Epstein if I had been aware of the seriousness of the crimes he committed. I should have investigated his past more thoroughly, and I am sorry that I didn’t”, says Crown Princess Mette-Marit in a statement to Dagens Næringsliv, the leading Norwegian business daily.
DN has investigated the Norwegian connections with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, who earlier this year committed suicide after being charged with sexual assault and human trafficking.

The investigation revealed that Crown Princess Mette-Marit had a connection to Mr. Epstein. Asked for comment on November 22., the Crown Princess confirmed having been in contact with Mr. Epstein in the statement, distributed December 2.

The meetings took place between 2011 and 2013 at in the United States, Norway, and at undisclosed Epstein residences.

Quote:The Royal Palace confirms that the Crown Princess and Mr. Epstein met socially, mostly in the United States. One meeting took place in the Norwegian capitol Oslo.

“One of the meetings took place at Mr. Epstein’s home. The Crown Princess also had a brief meeting with Mr. Epstein while he was in Oslo. There were other people present in all the meetings. When the Crown Princess and the Crown Prince were on vacation in St. Barts in 2012, they ran into Mr. Epstein on the street. Crown Prince Haakon then met Epstein for the first and only time”, says Mrs. Guri Varpe, head of communications at the Royal Palace.
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These so called "elites" knew what Jeffrey was up to. Are they guilty of any wrongdoing themselves?  I'm sure more will come out if they are.
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#85
In my living room, I have a sand-painting of the silhouette of a native American on a ridge looking out to a canyon,
we bought it in New Mexico.
But it seems Jeffrey Epstein wanted something more eye-catching.


Quote:Epstein had six-foot portrait of nude Ghislaine Maxwell with legs wide open in ‘underage party pool’ area at ranch.

'Jeffrey Epstein had a six-foot portrait of a nude Ghislaine Maxwell with her legs wide open as the centrepiece
of an "underage party pool" area at his "baby-making ranch" in New Mexico.

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The X-rated painting of Maxwell was placed in the huge bathing area, which came complete with an indoor pool,
group shower and hot tub, according to a former IT advisor - who worked on Epstein’s "internet, security and
communications" between 1999 and 2007.

It’s allegedly where the depraved billionaire, who died in August, entertained underage sex-trafficked girls and
their guests at his 10,000 acre desert ranch. The consultant also claims that there were pictures of Epstein with
Prince Andrew in common areas -and even one of John Travolta -as well as a "fertility room", where all the
furniture and artwork were nudes, copulating couples and fertility statues.

"There was this huge painting of Ghislaine naked with her legs open, six foot by six foot. She was on a chair, leaning
back, with her legs open. You could see everything. She would definitely have posed for that. It was in the basement
by the pool," he said.

"But he had so many photos, there were pictures everywhere. John Travolta, Bill Clinton, and there were a bunch of photos
of Prince Andrew in the house, mostly in the common areas. He liked to brag about the people he knew.
"When he ran into trouble in Florida in 2005, that’s when the photos quickly came down and we didn’t see them again.

"There was one room that was just sex-obsessed, where everything, from the embroidered pillows, couches, statues
and sculptures were nude women, couples having sex or fertility statues." He adds: "She had an office upstairs, she spent
more time at the ranch than he did, preparing it for his arrivals.
I’d see what was on her computers, modelling pictures of girls and that kind of thing, they looked professional some of them.

The ranch is one of several Epstein's homes where underage girls were flown in from all around the world.
Maxwell, 57, is accused of procuring young girls for the disgraced financier and even taking part in the abuse herself. 
She has not been seen since Epstein was found dead in his New York jail cell from an alleged suicide.

The New York Times claimed the convicted pedophile confided in scientists that he planned to impregnate up to 20 women
at a time at the ranch to improve the human race with his genes.
He says most of Epstein’s staff couldn’t abide him, as he treated them like dirt.

"He wasn’t very employee-friendly, they were just a tool. He fired some woman on the spot for not handing him a roll in the
kitchen, he had a meltdown. There was a tray of rolls and they were having breakfast, and he wanted one, and she said:
'They’re right there', and threw a fit because she didn’t get them," he says.

"He’d throw a royal fit if there was a dirt in the place, there was a bin of booties near the entrance, and you’d have to change
into them when you enter the house. He’d only wear his hoodies, shirts and some other clothing only once.
"They lived in fear of being fired if they saw something, but people didn’t want to know too much."

Another source claims that some of Epstein’s staff were so fearful of him, that they still don’t believe he’s dead, and suffer a
similar sort of case to Stockholm Syndrome, where people who’ve been kidnapped develop irrational feelings for their captors.

They added: "Some employees think he’s still alive, they expect him to show up on Little St James Island, they don’t believe
he's dead, they’re still being paid by the estate. "It might be stupidity or Stockholm Syndrome or, like a real-life Bond villain,
who could break out of federal jail and fake his own death."

Maxwell has always denied any wrongdoing. Sun Online reached out to representatives for Maxwell for comment...'
The Sun:


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