Now, It’s Epstein’s Banker Didn’t Kill Himself?

The Epstein saga continues to get fishier and fishier.

Big League Politics:

Corporate banker Thomas Bowers, who ran the U.S. division of private wealth management for Deutsche Bank AG, reportedly committed suicide last month at the age of 55 by hanging himself with a rope in his California residence.

However, his extensive ties to deceased sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein – who also died from a mysterious suicide – has caused speculation about what the real cause of Bowers’ death may be.

Epstein moved millions of his personal wealth through Deutsche Bank before his death. He switched to Deutsche Bank in 2013 after his conviction for child sex crimes when even JP Morgan would no longer do business with him. Following investigations into civil cases exposing the extent of Epstein’s criminal network by the Miami Herald, Deutsche Bank finally began to close his accounts. read more

h/t Forcibly Deranged.

19 Comments on Now, It’s Epstein’s Banker Didn’t Kill Himself?

  1. DAMMIT, MY FAV SHOW “DANCING WITH THUGS” GOT INTERRUPTED FOR SOME STUPID NEWS FLASH ABOUT “IN PEACHES” OR SOMETHING! I AM SOOOOOO PO’D RIGHT NOW, I DON’T EVEN LIKE PEACHES!

    AND WHY IS ALBERT EINSTEIN’S SUICIDE STILL NEWS???

    WHOOOOOO CAAAAAARES???

    BRING BACK MY DANCING THUGS!!!!1

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  2. When oh when will someone suicide the person on this planet most asking for it?

    Don’t make me name that cankled wicked crunt.

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  3. Has anyone heard anything about Epstein’s pilots? If I were one, I’d be well armed, well trained and hiding out…

    forcibly deranged

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  4. I saw this other day somewhere but the ties were to Trump. I did not read the article but funny the difference in headlines, not.

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  5. Actually this may have nothing to do with Epstein. Apparently Deutsche Bank is in deep, deep financial shit and may not come out of it. Bad loans, bad purchases bad just about everything over the last few decades has laid low this former world powerhouse. This guy may have done some of the bad deals and saw the writing on the wall and didn’t want to stick around for the scrutiny.

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  6. Epstein, Bowers, or the next pathetic imbecile. What we all should be concerned about is the ease with which it is all swept under the rug. You have to make yourself a hard target.

    If you don’t have personal security plans, you should. Layered security is best, and if at least two of you are armed at all times, great. If you can’t carry a gun, carry a knife, or two. Learn close combat – it’s not that difficult, and practice.

    A dog is great for when you sleep – so are door wedge alarms…they scream like heck and also make it really hard to get in the door.

    Point is: never let your guard down, even at home.

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