BWN UPDATE, 03/29/2014.
The mystery of the suicidal executives. Now, they are 12...
The latest death occurred on March 12, when a 28-year-old financist, Kenneth Bellando, was found on the sidewalk outside on his apartment building, situated at Manhattan. Photo: Kenneth BellandoFacebook personal page
Happened between 2 and 3 pm (local time): he threw himself from the roof of the 30 floors building, the company headquarters where he worked after negotiations with police and firemen having failed. He died in the ambulance near the hospital at 2:30 pm.
This case is curious in the context of being one more in a macabre list of tragic deaths, sequential and recent, all of them having personalities of the financial sector as victims and some, linked to the same company. In two weeks and half were eight deaths.
Was in a Monday. He had attended a meeting of the Council of the unity of Tata Motors at the country. His body was only found on the following Wednesday, on the mezzanine floor of the fourth floor, a place above the lower floors.
The THIRD SUICIDAL, on January 28, 2014 - of this sinister sequence - was Gabriel Magee, 39, a vice president of technology department of the bank, in the headquarters London.
On January 29, 2014, Mike Dueker, 50, chief economist at Russell Investments was also found dead. Cause: apparently - suicide. He had jumped from a ramp, in a bridge nearby Tacoma Narrow in Whashington (USA).
03 FEBRUARY 2014 - Ryan Henry Crane, executive director of the same company in New York, graduated in Harvard, who had worked for 14 years at JP Morgan, died in unknown circumstances.
Besides these, completing a series of eight deaths, also left the financial scene: Richard Talley, 57, founder of American Title Services in Centennial - State of Colorado - found dead, in early February. He killed himself using an nail gun. A thing of unusual and bizarre .
Finally, Tim Dickenson, director of communications at Swiss RE-AG (Reinsurance Company) in the UK, also dead in unclear circumstances.
37-year-old JPMorgan executive may be the latest in a series of bizarre deaths in the financial world in less than a month
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