Last Thursday, a 29 year-old successful investment banker named Thomas J. Hughes allegedly took his life by jumping from his luxury apartment in Manhattan. The NYPD quickly declared the death a suicide after they barely investigated the case.
It turns out that over the last 18 months, there have been a series of strange deaths like this on Wall Street that the NYPD has neglected to investigate. Instead, the police quickly declare the deaths suicides before sweeping them under the rug.
Wall Street On Parade has launched their own investigation into the deaths, and they think they’ve found a lead in insurance fraud. Infowars claims they have found information of market manipulations that would uncover series wrongdoing that could result in billions of dollars of fines. They say Wall Street on Parade is likely onto this as well, and that this investigation may be causing various Wall Street personnel to become extremely nervous.
Wall Street on Parade has focused on the strange death of Senior Vice President of MassMutual, Melissa Millan, 54, who they say was in possession of the peer review records that they were looking for.
“That meant Millan was among a limited group outside of Federal regulators who was in a position to have broad data on the death benefit claims being submitted by multiple banks and able to run studies to detect if anomalies were emerging,” they reported.
In November of 2014, Millan was found stabbed to death after she went jogging in Simbury, Connecticut. Many say that she may have been murdered because she had become suspicious of the Wall Street “suicides.”
It’s clear that something strange is going on here, and that an investigation needs to be launched into these mysterious deaths. What do you think about this? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.