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Freddie Mac Acting CFO Found Dead in Apparent Suicide

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posted on Apr, 22 2009 @ 09:41 PM
Well it certainly makes you think:

If we are now seeing the green shoots of recovery as our overlords would have us believe then what a curious time to kill yourself.

Surely if he was prone to depression he'd have been most likely to kill himself when things looked the bleakest, not when they look a little more rosy.

Which leads you to 2 conclusions:

He killed himself because things aren't looking as good as they'd have us believe, and in fact look a whole lot worse, & he couldn't carry on;


They killed him because things aren't looking as good as they'd have us believe, and in fact look a whole lot worse, & they couldn't let him carry on;

I think the overall conclusion has to be that things aren't looking as good as they'd have us believe, and in fact look a whole lot worse.

[edit on 22-4-2009 by Power_Semi]

posted on Apr, 22 2009 @ 10:32 PM
reply to post by volitionawareness

I agree, an expendable example. Another one of the many murder "suicides".

Come on ATSers this guy didn't commit suicide. He was a family man, well liked in his neighborhood. Quite a few locals that knew him were shocked and definitely didn't see it coming.

Of course, authorities are not making any further comments with regards to a suicide note or other important details...........

Someone mentioned that Tim Geitner always looks worried or scared, I was thinking the exact same thing earlier today. Obama seems to be having a little trouble keeping it together also, his speeches are becoming less and less enthusiastic.

Get ready America, the next few years are going to be unlike anything anyone has seen. You can compare it to past events but I think we all know this time around is going to be very different.

Prepare for the worst, hope for the best. If I lived in the USA I would be hightailing it to Canada BC.

All the best amigos, take care, peace

posted on Apr, 22 2009 @ 10:48 PM
NWO vrs. good guys.

Is there a third group?

posted on Apr, 22 2009 @ 10:52 PM
I think the third group are affiliated with the "stick figure" ETs.

Of course that is just a rumor.

posted on Apr, 22 2009 @ 11:14 PM

Just listening to Rense here, and Ben Fulford says that poor Mr. Kellerman was killed by Mossad, because he discovered that Freddie Mac was funnelling money to Israel.

Does that make sense to anyone?

posted on Apr, 22 2009 @ 11:31 PM
reply to post by DaddyBare

The government plans to either turn us into slaves or do us in if we resist.

We're freaking doomed-Mogambo

posted on Apr, 22 2009 @ 11:53 PM
This CFO was from the "me" generation and was young, greedy and stupid. He was only 41 and was appointed to be in charge of Freddie Mac. He was formerly in charge of investments and derrivatives for Freddie Mac. Anyone remember the downfall of the Bank of England fiasco? Anyway, he was just paid 800 thousand dollars, to be paid in installments, maybe 200k quarterly. Lets call this what it is, a bribe. After accepting the bribe, Obama made it very clear that this man just sold his sole to the devil. This is why the banksters want to give back the bale out money. They just read the fine print in the devil's contract.

posted on Apr, 22 2009 @ 11:53 PM
not much good news here but i dont like to dwell on the negative but this is all is see dont you think obama and his mama will lead us out of this i think so all they have to do is spend the same amount this quarter as they did last quarter and then the treasury will be looking a little lean kind of like my checking account with not much buying power and as for the freddie mac story im thinking he got a call from barney frank you know the guy who points out all the problems but offers no solutions yeah thats him im thinking he called him told him dont worry about a thing ive got your backside

posted on Apr, 23 2009 @ 12:11 AM
You guys should check out the work of Catherine Austin Fitts. She really exposes financial fraud in the mortgage market and how HUD is just a slush fund. I'm guessing Fannie and Freddie are somehow tied into this. No doubt this new numbers man dug too far and didn't realize the full extent of how this housing collapse was orchestrated.

I met with a senior staff assistant to the Chairman of one of the appropriations committees for HUD. When I asked what was going on at HUD, the staff assistant said, "HUD is being run as a criminal enterprise." I replied, “I don’t disagree.”

posted on Apr, 23 2009 @ 12:45 AM
Remember Enron? You know the company that the Neocons owned that conveniently had all of its records of dirty laundry in building 7 during 911. Well some top dogs went down when the s***t hit the fan then too. One of which was- exEnron executive Cliff Baxter whose shooting death was hurriedly declared a suicide by this nice lady- Joye Carter- who completed the autopsy and decided it was suicide by that night-unusual speed, according to insiders.

Dr. Carter has a controversial past, an ENQUIRER investigation reveals. In 1993 she was the District of Columbia Chief Medical Examiner when Washington lawyer Paul David Wilcher was mysteriously found dead in his apartment. Wilcher had been investigating the events leading up to the Branch Davidian fire in Waco, Texas. But no cause of death was ever determined and autopsy reports were never made public.

In February 2001 Carter was fined $1,000 and narrowly escaped being fired for allowing an unlicensed pathologist to perform roughly 200 autopsies in the Houston area. And during her time in Houston, the county has paid hefty damages in two lawsuits brought by whistle-blowers on her staff who alleged official mis-conduct.

I wonder who was used to declare this latest guy from Freddie Mac a suicide? I wonder if the coroner has a checkered past too. In any event something definitely stinks here too.

[edit on 23-4-2009 by 3DPrisoner]

[edit on 23-4-2009 by 3DPrisoner]

posted on Apr, 23 2009 @ 12:52 AM
Whether it was suicide or a hit, it was because of what he knew. From my vast experience of reading exposes and watching documentaries and dramas, I know that when someone knows too much, the preferred technique is to threaten family members. It sounds like he had a lovely family and would have done whatever necessary to keep them safe. Maybe his own suicide seemed the best way to do it. Or maybe he decided to go public about something and whoever decides these things didn't want him to. He must have been a pretty savvy guy to get so far with such a bunch of thugs. It must have been felt that he wouldn't make waves in order to protect loved ones. I don't think a person suffering from depression could have made it this long in that kind of high pressure job. I wonder what happened to suddenly make him too much of a threat to be allowed to live. In this case I believe that suicide could also be considered a hit. something must have happened to bring it about now. Will we ever know the truth?

I ask myself that about a lot of things. We get bits and pieces but then things get lost, get covered up. I keep thinking that eventually something is going to fall through the cracks and there it will be for everyone to see. will it be too late?

posted on Apr, 23 2009 @ 01:06 AM

Originally posted by MajorDisaster

Just listening to Rense here, and Ben Fulford says that poor Mr. Kellerman was killed by Mossad, because he discovered that Freddie Mac was funnelling money to Israel.

Does that make sense to anyone?

If you get hit by a truck tomorrow, Rense will say you were killed by Mossad.

The difference between Alex Jones and Rense is that Jones uses rumour, unverified information, and embellishes it.

Rense just makes things up. 75% of his news stories for some reason involve the misdeeds of Zionists, Mossad, the Usual Suspects.

Question is, is it Iranians or Saudis funneling money to Rense.

I like his haircut.


[edit on 23-4-2009 by mmiichael]

posted on Apr, 23 2009 @ 01:35 AM

Originally posted by MissysWorld
My guess is he knew wayyy too much, and the call came out to have him exterminated...
Fanny and Fred were being investigated, and this guy worked there longgg time..
But alas...Our "trusted" Goverment will never let us find out the real facts since it would not be in our best interests...
Hummm..was it not just last week that the fella who was to testify about Obama and others passport files being compromised..was found murdered in his car...lots happening, but be assured it's just all a BIG coinsidence.

[edit on 22-4-2009 by MissysWorld]

My my my.. dont you hate it when people read your mind! I swear one of these days the wonderful Wall street'rs & The wonderful bush cronies will loosen up on all the patsy lynching.

Texas justice!

posted on Apr, 23 2009 @ 02:22 AM
Wait? Aren't they owned by the government!

posted on Apr, 23 2009 @ 04:44 AM
Few thoughts.

Seems to me that any educated person that uses technology would perhaps look up hanging before they did it. They'd know if they screwed up, it could take them up to 20 minutes to die and excruciating death, and of course, in 20 minutes they might be found.

But it is almost suspicious how all these politically scandulous suicides are deaths by hanging. The DC madam and one of her ladies...and she had just said she'd NEVER do that - and women don't usually hang themselves...

Now, I don't know much about this, but Freddy Mac had ties to the Carlisle Group, didn't they? Seems like the Carlyle Group bought a crapload of it or something to do the neocons a favor or something,and got leveraged to the hilt b/c of it.
Don't hear much about the Carlyle group anymore but i think they are resp. for a lot of things.

posted on Apr, 23 2009 @ 04:55 AM
Scary isn't it that people involved in this crap are being murdered.

American and maybe the UK too need to wake up and realise that your government is killing its own citizens.

I hate these banker scummers for what they have done. And personally think they should all do 'the honoroable thing' - but the government doesn't have the right to kill them. That's just stepping over the line. Shame on Obama for sanctioning these assassinations.

posted on Apr, 23 2009 @ 05:41 AM
Hanging is a slow, painful way to die.. not that many suicide victims actually hang themselves. And most who do survive because they did not do it right..

I always view hanging suicides with interest because of the slow agonizing death the ensues, when the conditions or right.. it makes for a good conspiracy.

If he did kill himself why? His company was a GSE, it got funding from the State... it's stock was toast to begin with, and all it's financial hell predates his employment?

posted on Apr, 23 2009 @ 08:00 AM
reply to post by thehipperdiffer

Yes they are owned by the government. totally nationalized. We couldnt let them fail that is OUR money. Same with AIG. We simply cant print enough money to keep up with it.

It happens to be one of the most socialist government interventions in private financial markets in history, second to AIG. This happened immediately before the fall of Lehman, in September of 2008.

It sounds fishy doesn’t it? All the capital infusions are not working. We simply don’t have the money to continue. The G20 will fix it but none of us will like it.

posted on Apr, 23 2009 @ 08:56 AM

Originally posted by mmiichael
If you get hit by a truck tomorrow, Rense will say you were killed by Mossad.

The difference between Alex Jones and Rense is that Jones uses rumour, unverified information, and embellishes it.

Rense just makes things up. 75% of his news stories for some reason involve the misdeeds of Zionists, Mossad, the Usual Suspects.

Well for one thing, it wasn't Alex Jones or Rense saying this - it was Benjamin Fulford, the guest. Way to read my post, mmiichael

And at least Fulford is providing a somewhat plausible motive, because as Rockpuck said - Kellerman had only held the CFO position since September....

posted on Apr, 23 2009 @ 09:39 AM
I wanted to bring up something interesting that I found.
It may or may not mean anything - but hey, this is a conspiracy site!

Someone here at ATS (dont have permission yet to reference her) sent me a message about another forum (a market ticker forum) she found. On this one thread they were arguing back and forth with someone who they believed was a big wig at Frannie/Freddie. He really appears to be, but never fully admits who he is.

They believe the member "Blumunki" is the Frannie/Freddie person. Interesting to watch the convos between the members there and this person. They really dont like him
Towards the end of the thread, I think they believe he was this CFO.

Anyways, as im reading, I see another member post this:
by Genesis
2008-03-24 14:42:01

How about you answer the question Blum, including who you work for?

If I were you I'd be a bit careful here with some of the stuff you're saying.... Mtg might not have all of those answers, but I do.....

I'm not gonna cut you off. I like the amount of rope you've put around your own neck.

*picture of noose*

Edited to add:

Ok....and to further add to the conspiracy:

A neighbor tells WTOP a security guard was posted - apparently as a precaution - outside the Kellermann home for "a few days" earlier this month, after Fannie Mae disclosed the names of executives in line for bonuses.

[edit on 4/23/2009 by greeneyedleo]

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