LA MAGAZINE: Former Deutsche Bank Exec Connected to Trump Loans Dies by Suicide in Malibu
Thomas Bowers, who worked above Trump’s personal banker, was 55
By Ian Spiegelman -November 27, 2019
A former Deutsche Bank executive who reportedly signed off on some of the institution’s unorthodox loans to Donald Trump killed himself in his Malibu home on November 19. Thomas Bowers, the onetime head of Deutsche Bank’s American wealth-management division, where he oversaw Trump’s private banker, committed suicide by hanging, according to Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner’s office. Bowers was 55.
If you have been watching the tactics of the Puppeteers as I have, then we likely have some questions in common.
Lately it seems that nothing can be taken at face value. For instance, the mass shooting in Las Vegas is much different and much more than reported. And the riot in Charlottesville cannot be taken at face value. Not to mention that anytime the government is planning emergency training in your town, you should run, not walk, to the nearest exit.
So, not yet knowing what happened to this banker, you should excuse me while I raise a couple of red flags:
1. A young (55 year old) successful banker?
(What’s the motivation?)
2. Suicide by hanging?
(Or suicided by hanging? A favorite method of the puppeteers)
This could be nothing, but one thing it will be is fodder for the Fake News war machine for the next angle of accusations against Donald Trump.