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COMMENT: In FTR #‘s 772 , 792  and 823 , 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 , 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 .
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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 . 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 . 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 . Another murder-suicide occurred in nearby Jefferson Township in July, when police said Julian Knott shot his wife Alita before killing himself . In February 2014, the New York Post  noted three other mysterious deaths of JPMorgan bankers over just three weeks. . . .