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Originally posted by Jadette
I will admit, that my tin hat radar went off when I saw this. However, it's just as likely that he wasn't up to the pressure of the job. And just imagine how much pressure that is in this climate today.
While, we will never know how bad it 'might' get, or 'could have' gotten, (I mean really, at one point we were hours away from a total meltdown of the system) we do know that the economic situation can only be labeled as a Crisis. It has the potential to be catastrophic. Imagine the pressure of knowing that, and having to deal with that particular job.
Originally posted by GorehoundLarry
Originally posted by booky
Or just maybe he was going to tell the real story of how the US Gov..is behind all of the corruption. Wow..seems like we have seen these suprise suicides before..
....or he actually committed suicide. Not everyone who takes their own life has to be involved with some conspiracy theory........
This is just the beginning of the purge in Wall Street Mr.Kellerman was killed as a warning to anyone thinking about talking to any investigators.I expect there will be many more "fatal accidents." of financial executives as we move along.