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Another Violent JPMorgan Death: More Collateralized “Death” Obligations

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[7]COMMENT: In FTR #‘s 772 [8], 792 [9] and 823 [10], we high­light­ed sus­pi­cious, vio­lent deaths in the finan­cial indus­try. These occurred as many major finan­cial insti­tu­tions are the focal point of ongo­ing crim­i­nal inves­ti­ga­tions.

JP Mor­gan employ­ee Michael Tabac­chi and his wife Iran Pars Tabac­chi were found dead, deaths alleged to be a mur­der-sui­cide. Iran Pars was stabbed and stran­gled and Michael alleged­ly stabbed him­self to death.

Their young boy was not harmed.

At least Tabac­chi did­n’t shoot him­self sev­en or eight times in the head and tor­so with a nail gun [11], as one “sui­cide” is alleged to have done. Nor was he found at the bot­tom of an unused rub­bish chute like the late, unfor­tu­nate Gary O’Donoghue [12].

For more back­ground on these deaths, fol­low the links above.

“Sec­ond Appar­ent Mur­der-Sui­cide Hits JPMor­gan” by Lawrence Delev­ingne; CNBC; 2/10/2015. [13]

Anoth­er New York-area JPMor­gan Chase employ­ee is dead in an appar­ent mur­der-sui­cide, but experts cau­tioned against call­ing it a trend.

The bod­ies of Michael and Iran Pars Tabacchi—newlywed par­ents of a young boy—were dis­cov­ered Fri­day in Closter, New Jer­sey. Iran, the wife, was stabbed once and stran­gled. The hus­band, Michael, died of a self-inflict­ed knife wound, accord­ing to Bergen Coun­ty pros­e­cu­tor John Molinel­li [14]. The couple’s tod­dler was not harmed.

Michael, 27, was a back-office employ­ee in the bank’s asset cus­tody unit, accord­ing to his LinkedIn pro­file [15]. He worked for JPMor­gan since 2009.

“I am very good and cre­ative with data manip­u­la­tion and report­ing and can lever­age my busi­ness knowl­edge to pro­vide senior man­agers what is need­ed before asked to do so,” his pro­file states.

The Tabac­chi sui­cide isn’t the only one by a JPMor­gan employ­ee late­ly, as NJ.com not­ed recent­ly [16]. Anoth­er mur­der-sui­cide occurred in near­by Jef­fer­son Town­ship in July, when police said Julian Knott shot his wife Ali­ta before killing him­self [17]. In Feb­ru­ary 2014, the New York Post [18] not­ed three oth­er mys­te­ri­ous deaths of JPMor­gan bankers over just three weeks. . . .