Censored: Banks Fraud in the News – $43 Trillion Financial Fraud Lawsuit and CNBC Executive’s Children Murdered – coincidence or not!?
Do you watch/read the news? Do you believe it isn’t censored…?
In that case you will have heard one of the big CNBC related news stories.
Not the one about the Vice President of CNBC Digital having his children murdered, which is the daily fodder of stories that media like to feed people that enjoy this kind of curious behaviour. Even though it was horrific and not deserving of anyone, especially young children: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2223972/Krim-murder-Brave-year-old-girl-tried-fight-killer-nanny.html
But the other BIG story I’m referring to is about the $43 trillion dollar lawsuit that CNBC had published earlier that same day. It was a Press Release that they had run on their website, I know it was there as I had a glance last week and saved the link to read later. CNBC Published the article on Thursday and it had disappeared within 48 hours! Now who says news isn’t censored!?
This is the link where the article WAS:
A copy of the deleted article/press release is available here to read:
View the 858 Page Lawsuit here:
And other people that notice the anomaly and discussing the coincidence:
I’m not saying there is a link but don’t you think it curious that it happened!?
Elsewhere in the World….
The Irish have also started their cases
Bankers in America know their time has come with the latest lawsuit and it looks like it will be the UK’s biggest next, with Lloyds TSB management and their Halifax Bank of Scotland partners next.
Do you think your Bank has defrauded you?
Well, with so much overwhelming evidence (or lack of defence offered), moral and financial bankruptcy, government bailouts, whilst they take money from ‘Dear Doris’ – the answer is yes and you can find out easily by asking them a few simple questions.
Of course if you’re happy with them defrauding you, then carry on as normal. After all is Ignorance is Bliss!
If you want to know for sure then you can send them a letter requesting a certified copy of your supposed contracts and proof of Bank funds, to confirm your suspicions.
Your only obligation to yourself is to send the letter, see what answers you get back – then follow up with legal action (if you can afford) or at least publish the information online if there is something untoward or shady about any misdirection and refusal to provide answers or documents that you have a right to!
Yes that’s right – Banks refuse to send documents either because they don’t have them or because they believe they can get away with it. Is it time you showed them that people aren’t going to take any more fraud and lies?
Isn’t it time you took a stand too?
Leave a comment below and I’ll send you a copy of the letter to find out if you have been taken for a ride.