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  • On Sunday, James S. Crown died in an unusual single-car accident, reportedly on a motorsport racetrack at a “member-owned country club” in Aspen, Colorado. The Pitkin County Coroner’s Office said in a statement that “The official cause of death is pending autopsy, although multiple blunt force trauma is evident.” The Sheriff’s Office indicated that the earliest new information would be made available to the public is next week.

    JPMorgan Chase is facing very serious charges in federal court for facilitating Jeffrey Epstein’s sex-trafficking ring by servicing his accounts at the bank from 1998 to 2013, providing millions of dollars to him in cold hard cash without making the required Suspicious Activity Reports to the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), and receiving referrals of high-net-worth clients and business deals as a quid pro quo. The bank settled a separate lawsuit with Jeffrey Epstein’s victims for $290 million on Monday but is facing a similar suit filed by the Attorney General of the U.S. Virgin Islands. (Epstein owned a secluded island and compound in the Virgin Islands where s***trafficking is reported to have occurred.)

    Crown’s sudden death might not raise eyebrows were it not for the uniquely disturbing past rash of unusual deaths at this one bank, which include multiple leaps from buildings in 2014 and two alleged murder suicides in a 7-month span in 2014 and early 2015. A death of a Managing Director at JPMorgan Chase in 2019, Douglas Arthur Carucci, was so hush, hush that the New York City Medical Examiner had no record of the death, family members refused to speak with us, and news outlets like the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg News, Financial Times, and Reuters didn’t even cover the death. See our report: JPMorgan Managing Director Dies Suddenly; Has Links to Other JPM Deaths. Below is a listing of the unusual deaths we have reported on related to JPMorgan Chase:

    wallstreetonparade.com/2023/06/tragic-death-of-jpmorgan-board-member-adds-to-the-banks-string-of-unusual-deaths

  • Jul 10, 2023
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    Just a coincidence

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  • Jul 10, 2023

    let me mind my business

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    It's crazy how this s*** is happening in real time and no one can stop it lol

  • Jul 10, 2023

    Sounds like a Hitman mission

  • Jul 10, 2023

    That kinda big money… ain’t no coincidence

  • Jul 10, 2023
    bejewelry

  • Jul 10, 2023
    raged

    It's crazy how this s*** is happening in real time and no one can stop it lol

    it didn’t even get egregious until I read the one about how no one would acknowledge the 2019 death

    that + this being single car on a country club race track is some literal movie s***

    but what can we do, it’s like if someone were to make a big deal about this it’s just putting a target on you lol

  • Kenneth Bellando, age 28, was found outside his East Side Manhattan apartment building on March 12, 2014. The building from which Bellando allegedly jumped was only six stories – by no means ensuring that death would result. The young Bellando had previously worked for JPMorgan Chase as an a***yst and was the brother of JPMorgan employee John Bellando, who was referenced in the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations’ report on how JPMorgan had hid losses and lied to regulators in the London Whale derivatives trading scandal that resulted in losses of at least $6.2 billion. Deposits from the federally-insured bank had been used to make the derivative bets according to the Senate’s report.

  • TTU

    Just a coincidence

  • lil ufo 🛸
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    They're all getting new lives somewhere else. It's pretty easy to publicly die..

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    lil ufo

    They're all getting new lives somewhere else. It's pretty easy to publicly die..

    I think most of these rich f***s would rather die than live below their means in hiding

  • Jul 10, 2023

    Another one

  • lil ufo 🛸
    Jul 10, 2023
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    SIGH

    I think most of these rich f***s would rather die than live below their means in hiding

    what if there is more to this Earth than we know?

  • Jul 10, 2023

    Is this why Trump wished Ghislane well?

  • Jul 10, 2023

    Wild how this happens around the CEOs allegations of being a very very good friend of Epstein

  • This latest lawsuit brought by two pension funds that owned shares of JPMorgan Chase names both Dimon and Staley as defendants, as well as current and former members of JPMorgan Chase’s Board of Directors. It has been brought by a prominent class action law firm on behalf of shareholders of the bank. The lawsuit’s theory of the case is that specific members of the Board of JPMorgan Chase “put their heads in the sand” and ignored that the bank had become a cash conduit for Jeffrey Epstein’s child s***trafficking ring because they were hoping that their own business ties to Epstein “would go unnoticed.” (We might add an attendant thesis: that Dimon takes very good care of his Board in return for them taking very good care of him.)

    A current member of the JPMorgan Chase Board at the time of the filing of the lawsuit who is alleged to have had business ties to Epstein, James S. Crown, will not be able to be deposed by the plaintiffs’ attorneys. He died in a single car accident on a private race track 16 days ago, at age 70 – after serving on JPMorgan Chase’s Board and those of two of its predecessor banks for 32 consecutive years. (See our previous report on the undisclosed conflicts between Crown and JPMorgan Chase.)

    The Board members’ business ties to Epstein arise through two specific events: the merger of Bank One (formerly Banc One) with JPMorgan Chase in 2004 – with a number of Bank One Board Members, along with its then CEO, Jamie Dimon, moving from Bank One to JPMorgan Chase. The second key factor is that billionaire and retailing titan, Leslie Wexner, founder of The Limited and Bath & Body Works (and prior corporate owner of Victoria’s Secret), had made Epstein his financial advisor and given him power of attorney in approximately 1986. Wexner had been on the Board of Banc One from at least 1986 to 1991.
    wallstreetonparade.com/2023/07/lawsuit-bombshell-sex-trafficker-jeffrey-epstein-was-a-business-partner-with-members-of-jpmorgans-board-of-directors

  • Jul 13, 2023

    We all know what this is. Epstein related

  • Blood sacrifice is always a consequence of riches

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    Glad Ye was safe from their vengeance

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    Blud jumps off a building in 2014 and y’all think it’s cus of Epstein and not cus he worked at J.P. Morgan

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    lil ufo

    what if there is more to this Earth than we know?

    Name to post

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    Jayson

    Glad Ye was safe from their vengeance

    Kanye is too known and stanned to be taken down like that.

    Would be a whole taskforce of mfers on this site investigating every story until they uncovered the truth.