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So, you may have heard about Rodney King dying. Here's another unfortunate event: http://www.sfexaminer.com/local/2012/06/wells-fargo-executive-paul-s-tsang-dies-while-hawaiian-vacation?quicktabs_1=0 "Tsang was a senior vice president at Wells Fargo, heading the bank’s strategic auto investment branch since November 2001, according to an online profile." I'm not asserting anything, I'm just saying its good to keep track of these things to see if there's some kind of pattern.

also see http://usnews.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/11/29/9099162-foreclosure-fraud-whistleblower-found-dead

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here's another one, posted here in hopes somebody can either confirm or debunk the implications made: http://wtfrly.com/2012/10/27/cnbc-curiously-removes-article-on-43-trillion-financial-fraud-lawsuit-after-executives-kids-murdered-in-new-york-nanny-case/

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Why Chelsea Manning Is Going Free


In his eight years in office President Obama has waged a devastating war on whistleblowers, prosecuting more people under the Espionage Act than every single president - combined.

But that war on whistleblowers took a possible step towards armistice today when the President commuted the prison sentence of former US Army private Chelsea Manning.

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