The $43 Trillion Bankster Lawsuit and the Mysterious Murder of Two NY Toddlers
Author: Susanne Posel
October 27, 2012
Last week, a horrific scene was discovered in a Manhattan apartment as the mother of two toddlers found her children dead in a bathtub and the nanny who was supposed to be caring for them began stabbing herself.
Marina Krim, wife of Kevin Krim senior vice president and general manager of digital media at CNBC, had entrusted the care of her two small children to Yoselyn Ortega, a newly naturalized US citizen from the Dominican Republic. Ortega had worked for the Krim family for just 2 years before this violent incident.
Although the New York City Police Department (NYPD) has not been able to interview Ortega because she apparently slashed her own throat and slit her wrists, she remains the main suspect in the slaying of the Krim’s 2 year old son and 6 year old daughter.
Just prior to the murders, Ortega had begun seeing a psychologist. After investigations into Ortega’s background, there were no criminal records and no history of psychiatric issues. Yet those closest to Ortega told the NYPD that she had suddenly lost a considerable amount of weight and was showing visible signs of stress.
According to Paul Browne, spokesman for the NYPD explains that: “Apparently over the last month she was not herself. There were financial concerns. She was seeking professional help and people noticed she wasn’t herself.” Other reports about Ortega’s mental state in the weeks prior to the murders reveal that she felt as though she were losing her mind. Ortega also had some financial difficulties which forced her out of her apartment with her son in the Bronx, and led to her moving in with her sister in Harlem. Yet despite these reports, Ortega never showed signs of personal problems with the Krim family.
Raymond Kelly, NYPD police commissioner, confirmed that Ortega was in a medically induced coma at the Weil Medical Center, which rendered her unable to speak with police. The NYPD are baffled as to why this beloved nanny would brutally murder her two charges.
Charlotte Friedman, a neighbor who lived in the same building remarked that Ortega “looked normal” just prior to the murders. “She had a poker face. There was no indication that something like this was going to happen.” Freidman went on to say that Ortega “She wasn’t warm. Usually when you smile at a nanny and the kids, the nanny smiles back. It’s instinctive. But she had a poker face. I didn’t get the sense she was evil, just cold.”
Earlier this month, Scott Cohn, correspondent for CNBC, reports on a lawsuit filed by Eric Schneiderman, one of 10 New York State Attorney General citing JPMorgan Chase as profiteering from the mortgage-back securities which led to the stock market crash of 2008. Since Schneiderman filed the suit, eleven US prosecutors and 3 attorneys with the Civil Division of the Justice Department have assisted in the cases’ development for the purposes of using the lawsuit for future reference against other Wall Street financial firms.
In January of this year, Krim was employed by JPMorgan Chase as a strategy consultant for only 3 months. This happened just prior to his employment with CNBC.
According to court documents regarding the lawsuit, the purpose for seeking legal remedy is:
1. The deceptive and coercive methods employed by the mega-banks named to facilitate the injured parties’ participation in the loans and mortgages
2. The fraudulent and illegal use of MERS
3. Breach of plaintiff’s statutory rights
4. Purposeful violation of consumer and homeowner protect statues
5. Processing money from unknown sources in contravention of the Patriot Act of 2001
6. Foreclosing upon and accepting monies for assets that do not exist
The lawsuit states that there was a “a systemic fraud on thousands of investors” concerning the mortgage-backed securities first purvey by Bear Stearns, who was later acquired by JPMorgan Chase as part of the US governmental bailout of the banks after the 2008 crash. These securities were sold, according to the lawsuit, willfully and with intent by the seller to defraud and deceive investors. Because the securities were a combination of home mortgages, credit card debt and student loans which were bundled together and sold on the global markets after given a fake triple A rating.
Some of the mega-banks named in the lawsuit are:
• JPMorgan Chase
• Wells Fargo
• US Bancorp
• Ally Financial
• GM Acceptance Corporation
• One West (owned by George Soros
• Deutsche Bank
• PNC Bank
• Bank of America
• Bear Stearns
Many foreign and overseas banks were named in the suit in conjunction with the mega-banks – pointing to the fact that financial institutions like JPMorgan Chase, Deutsche Bank, and others were using offshore banks to hide their monies acquired by the mortgage-backed securities scam. In essence, these financial institutions took monies from mortgage-holders, funneled it to offshore bank accounts and then after securitizing the loans, took the actual property from the individuals.
The complaint states that the Ponzi scheme concocted by the banksters was “the largest scheme in US history where domestic banking institutions – on an international basis” conspired together with the common purpose of engaging in a “worldwide scheme to steal, rob and convert the personal property, money and proceeds of such assets of each Plaintiff herein” with the obvious purpose of a conspiratorial “decade-long systematic conversion . . . that damaged millions of borrowers across the US.”
This massive money laundering scheme was fostered by the Obama administration who gave the biggest bailout to the technocrats in the US. Indeed, Bank of America is instrumental in prospects that involved foreign countries in the largest global Ponzi scheme with the intention to steal and covert billions of dollars from millions of homeowners across America.
This lawsuit and the tragic death of two children are connected. The truth of this lawsuit would bring down the greatest financial hoax of this century. The technocrats are willing to murder two innocent babies of a man who published the lawsuit on CNBC, because keeping the truth hidden is worth more to them than the lives of anyone possibly connected to the truth.
Pay attention to the developments of this lawsuit. This may be our diamond in the rough.
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