By Susan Duclos
[UPDATE] I was just reminded that I should have informed readers of the recent blockbuster news that JPMorgan has multi-billion dollar life insurance policies on employees betting on their early deaths, to the tune of 10.4 billion dollars. (Thanks S)
The JPMorgan linked deaths are piling up as yet another death is added to the tally, bringing the official number to 13, yet when lower level banksters are added in, that number tops twenty, and yet official causes of death are either unknown, ruled accidental or “suicides,” despite previous warnings, by “V” The Guerrilla Economist via Steve Quayle, of an actual hit list with over three dozen names on it was revealed after the fourth mysterious banker death.
Giampapa, 56, of the Northwest Side, was an accomplished long-distance cyclist and corporate attorney for JPMorgan Chase in Columbus. He was a longtime resident of Victorian Village who had moved with his wife, Thelma, into a condominium near Dublin about two years ago.
Giampapa was biking north on Troy-Sidney Road, near Loy Road, outside of Piqua just after 11 a.m. Saturday when a minivan struck him from behind, Miami County Deputy Todd Tennant said. Giampapa was pronounced dead at the scene.
The man that struck and killed Giampapa was 78 years-old, and while it is unimaginable that he had anything to do with some type of hit squad, the death of ANOTHER JPMorgan employee also cannot be ignored.
1 — William Broeksmit
2- Karl Slym
3 — Gabriel Magee
4 — Mike Dueker
5 — Richard Talley
6 -Tim Dickenson
7 — Ryan Henry Crane
8 – Li Junjie
9 – James Stuart Jr
10 — Autumn Radtke
11 – Edmund (Eddie) Reilly
12 – Kenneth Bellando
The chart below the video was made by a Wake up America reader, color codes explained above the chart.
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