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Now FIFTH Bankers In Two Weeks Found Dead, Ruled ‘Suicide’ by Nail Gun

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Last week we reported on the bizarre deaths of four major international bankers within less than a week. Now a fifth has joined them, and police are once again ruling it a suicide. Richard Talley, 57, the founder and CEO of American Title Services in Centennial, Colorado, has reportedly committed suicide by shooting himself in the head – multiple times – with a nail gun.

That’s right, Talley was said by coroners to have shot himself in the head with a nail gun, even after the first nails had entered his brain.

Why suicide? Talley’s company was, in fact, under investigation by state insurance regulators, but the means of suicide seem highly suspect.

Talley was found by a family member, dead in his garage. Talley had formed a number of companies, some of which have closed down, including American Escrow, Clear Title, Clear Creek Financial Holdings, Swift Basin, Sumar, American Real Estate Services, and the American Alliance of Real Estate Professionals.

Talley joins four other top officials from JP Morgan Chase, Deutsche Bank, and the Federal Reserve have all turned up dead over the course of the past two weeks.

Are these suicides? Is this simply the result of pressures commonplace in their line of work? Or is there something else going on?

(Article by M.B. David; image via PBSpot)

Posted in: Economy, Wall Street
  • Jim

    You can get all 666s from those numbers

  • SteffE

    This is getting pretty weird. I don’t know what the rate of suicides is amongst bankers however these past 5 incidents are do raise eyebrows. Is it too far to say that maybe these bankers knew something that we as the public don’t know and should/will know? Maybe i’m just being a bit para but it is thought provoking how 5 have all killed themselves in a short space of time.

  • Angel

    I’m no conspiracy theorist but how is it even POSSIBLE for this man to have had nails from a nail gun forced into his brain and be ABLE to shoot himself more times?? That not only doesn’t make sense, but sounds impossible. I don’t trust the police ANYWHERE. Our police force is being militarized so I am just sitting here wondering if we are in a martial law state and just don’t reaalize it?

    • http://www.aarongilliland.com/ Aaron Gilliland

      It depends on factors like: type of nail, force applied to nail by the gun, location of the wounds, the amount of force required to actuate the trigger, etc.

      The area of the brain controlling his trigger hand would actually be on the other side of his head, so he may have been conscious after a few shots. A nail would probably generate a smaller shockwave than a bullet, so less indirect damage would happen to the rest of the brain.

      People have survived headshots, even self inflicted ones, with guns, so it’s possible… Possible, not probable.