One retired and two current bank executives, all of whose employers are under investigation, supposedly committed suicide within a few days of each other last month*, one of them by supposedly jumping off the roof of one of London’s most secure buildings, a place where the roof shouldn’t be accessible.
And a Wall Street Journal reporter covering the oil market, which is under investigation by the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, disappeared Jan. 11 without a trace.
Coincidence? Could be. But based on Gibbs’s Rule 39 and what little we know now, my gut says no. My gut also picked Seattle to narrowly win the Super Bowl, so make of that what you will.
*UPDATE: Link fixed. h/t Anna.