Banker with Ties to Jeffrey Epstein Found Dead from Apparent Suicide
Here's an odd one. Banker Thomas Bowers, who worked for a bank that managed Jeffrey Epstein's funds, was recently found dead from an apparent suicide which, according to the Los Angeles Coroner's Report, was via hanging. He was 55 years old. Weirder is that those outlets reporting on the banker's death seem adamant to tie the banker and Deutsche Bank to Donald Trump. Not Jeffrey Epstein. It took a little digging, but here's what I've found.
Deutsche Bank executives are still trying to understand the depth and scope of the bank’s relationship with Mr. Epstein, who has been a client of its private-banking division since at least 2013 — years after his conduct became public in a prostitution case involving a teenage girl. Mr. Epstein struck a lenient plea deal that included a non-prosecution agreement from federal authorities, and the case has been held up as a glaring example of how the wealthy and well-connected can evade consequences.
According to the UK Daily Mail, which focused on the Donald Trump angle, Thomas Bowers signed off on loans himself. So he did have day-to-day involvement with his client's finances.
A former Deutsche Bank executive who signed off on several controversial loans to Donald Trump was being discussed as part of an FBI probe into the bank where he acted as a 'gatekeeper' for its wealthiest customers before his death.
Forensic News said this of Bowers:
One source who has direct knowledge of the FBI’s investigation into Deutsche Bank said that federal investigators have asked about Bowers and documents he might have. Another source who has knowledge of Deutsche Bank’s internal structure said that Bowers would have been the gatekeeper for financial documents for the bank’s wealthiest customers.
Bowers retired from Deutsche Bank in 2015, where he held the title Head of Wealth Management in the Americas, per a bank release in 2012. Prior to that, Bowers was the Head of Private Wealth Management.
And again, most of the media is laser-focused on the Trump angle. Not the sex pedophile who didn't hang himself like Thomas Bowers "hung himself." To me, that's the kicker. Deutsche Bank had connections to Jeffrey Epstein and rather a hard time of unconnecting themselves from the notorious pedophile. Yet so many outlets are trying to make it sound as if Bowers had more to do with Trump than Epstein. Curious, no?
Media and the left have been after Donald Trump since the election didn't go their way. Jeffrey Epstein was caught and not-killed, surely, this summer. The conspiracy surrounding Epstein's supposed self-lynching has only increased since the billionare kid-screwer's demise. On November 19, 2019, a banker with probable ties to Jeffrey Epstein is found dead much the same way Epstein was found dead.
Now call me crazy, but that seems a little fishy to me. Does it to you?