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Video: Former Wall St. Exec commits suicide seconds after hearing guilty verdict in Court!?

Michael Marin, a former Wall St. Exec who was found guilty of arson after setting fire to his $3.5M mansion due to being unable to pay his $17,500/month mortgage, seems to swallow a pill after he hears the guilty verdict which soon after causes him to convulse and later die.

http://www.myfoxphoenix.com/story/18906980/jury-reaches-verd...

As the Walls (no pun intended) close in on the corrupt bastards that have raped people of their savings and homes, it is evident that this is their only way out rather than facing the prosecution by the people and doing time for their crimes.

Take note Establishment tyrants. You're time too will come. All of you!!!



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fireant's picture

Suicide confirmed...

after watching the

events unfolding in London...I think this may become an epidemic. Barclay's is just the tip of the ice berg...this thing has legs...long ones and lots of them. Yep...an epidemic is coming.

That's pretty wild!

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wow

That is and was pretty intense.

donvino

If...

If people had the same amount of hatred for government that they had for wall street, we'd already be making progress towards a free market.

Everyone focuses on the little crooks on wall street and ignores the Big crooks that enable them in Washington.

Without the State, wall street has to serve the consumer, the State allows them to subvert the markets regulatory forces.

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"The State is a gang of thieves writ large." - Murray Rothbard

This was voted down?

I thought everyone here was in tune with Ron Paul's message.

Government is the problem, not the answer.

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"The State is a gang of thieves writ large." - Murray Rothbard

WeLL past time

I say stretch some necks, starting with Bush , cheney, Rumsfeld and the rest of the 9-11 murderers. Are they not most worthy? Should they just get life? I think not. Maybe a little waterboarding before the gallows, no mercy.

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I have sworn upon the altar of God eternal hostility to every form of tyranny over the mind of man.

"Take note Establishment

"Take note Establishment tyrants. You're time too will come. All of you!!!"

Made my day! :)

While this guy was

While this guy was semi-wealthy at some point and he was a banker, he was one of us, not one of them. He had a mortgage, he had trouble making ends meet, he was subject to the law, he was financially squeezed, no, he may have been trying to make it into the elite insiders club, but he was not there yet, far from it even. Had he been one of them, he wouldn't have stood trial (John Corzine), he wouldn't have even had a mortgage, he wouldn't have committed suicide. We should feel sorry for this man, not pile on him.

If he was simply out on the

If he was simply out on the street after losing his house I'd feel sorry for him. But he torched his house for the insurance money, defrauding the insurance company and ultimately everyone who has to pay insurance premiums.

Also, I would say this: Nobody should ever have a $17500 a month mortgage. If you have the sort of income where you qualify for a $3.5 million house that has a $17500 monthly mortgage payment you should instead save up for a couple of years and just pay cash for a very decent $500,000 house. The people who should own $3.5 million houses should be the ones who can pay cash for it.

I'd go as far as say he was human like us...

...but I surely don't own a $3.5M mansion with a mortgage that high. And speaking for myself, I would not try to burn it down to collect the insurance like this criminal. He obviously isn't guided by morals or he would have sold it. But no, he did what he knew best which was trying to screw the system and still collect for his own bad money management.

Just a bit of perspective. At least he had balls to take the next available exit.

"We are not human beings having a spiritual experience; we are spiritual beings having a human experience"—Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

I am not saying he was an

I am not saying he was an angel, just that he was not one of the insiders that control the system that we fight against.

well said

unfortunately 2 wrongs ,still to this very day, do not make a RIGHT

his inability to cope with his reality is due to his corrupt nature he polished in his sordid affairs whilst amassing tainted riches.
being deceived in the fable of gaining the world this man LOST the only thing more valuable than all the wealth in the world - that being his immortal soul

only one life, twill soon be past
only whats done for Christ will last !

What a coward

A cowards way out, shows you what these people are made of. He did not hesitate to arson his own families home to get insurance money, but when it came to paying up and being responsible for the crime, he took the cowards way out.

"High though his titles, proud his name,
Boundless his wealth as wish can claim;
Despite those titles, power, and pelf,
The wretch, concentred all in self,
Living, shall forfeit fair renown,
And, doubly dying, shall go down
To the vile dust, from whence he sprung,
Unwept, unhonoured, and unsung".

Sir Walter Scott

Oh my!

Brothers and sisters be careful not to let malice in your hearts. It's not good to speak poorly of the dead.

He paid with his life. May God have mercy on his soul.

Be brave, be brave, the Myan pilot needs no aeroplane.

Agreed!

Additionally, suicide is the probably the worst thing you can do to yourself...spiritually speaking...

May God indeed have mercy on his soul.

I was about to post something ugly, but then read your post

thanks for the reminder.

The individual has always had to struggle to keep from being overwhelmed by the tribe. If you try it, you will be lonely often, and sometimes frightened. But no price is too high to pay for the privilege of owning yourself.
Friedrich Nietzsche

Good post!

Good post!

I wonder how long before Americans follow the lead of the

French and wheel out Madame Guillotine.

I think a rational person could conclude it is about time.

"Bend over and grab your ankles" should be etched in stone at the entrance to every government building and every government office.

Only a complete misunderstanding of

what made our revolution distinct from that of the French would prompt such an irrational, and wholly emotional remark. Read Edmund Burke and Tocqueville to get a clue about why ours didn't degenerate into barbarism while theirs tragically did. Blood lust is a base human instinct. It solves nothing.

"I never submitted the whole system of my opinions to the creed of any party of men whatever in religion, in philosophy, in politics, or in anything else where I was capable of thinking for myself." - Thomas Jefferson

"ours didn't degenerate into barbarism" ???

ARE WE LIVING ON THE SAME FN PLANET ????
someone PLEASE - just shoot me

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Agreed.

It is time.