Freddie Mac CFO Suicide by Hanging? (or gunshot wound)Submitted by TheTruthWillSet... on Wed, 04/22/2009 - 22:33
Rat Says: The media is very quick to report this as a suicide. Who knows …when you deal with the devil, don’t be surprised when he comes to collect.
Police Found Freddie Mac CFO Dead by Hanging
Police believe David Kellermann, 41, Killed Himself in His Virginia Home
Law enforcement sources said David Kellermann, acting chief financial officer of mortgage company Freddie Mac, was found hanging in the basement of his Vienna, Va., home, dead from an apparent suicide early this morning. The death was “an active investigation” and there were “no signs of foul play,” Fairfax County police officer Sabrina Ruck said. Local police said they were called to Kellermann’s home at 4:48 a.m., but would not say who’d placed the call to 911. Kellermann, 41, and a… abcnews.go.com
Update: Now the police have changed their story, Freddie Mac CFO shot himself in the head. Was this before the hanging?
Police investigating the apparent suicide of Freddie Mac (FRE) acting chief financial officer David Kellermann confirmed the presence of a gun and a gunshot wound, AHN Media reported Wednesday on its Web site. Kellermann was found dead at his home early in the morning, according to Fairfax County police.
Police spokesman Lucy Caldwell told AHN that other people were present at the home at the time of Kellermann’s death, in Reston, Va., and that there was a gun and a gunshot wound. Kellermann’s wife told local police he committed suicide, Washington, D.C., television station WUSA reported, citing county sheriff’s deputies. morningstar.com
Updated: Fairfax County Police Say Medical Examiner Will Determine Exact Cause Of Kellerman’s Death
However, there were “no signs of foul play. It’s under investigation. Police were called at 4:49 a.m.,” Fairfax County Police Public Information Officer Lucy Caldwell told AHN Media in a telephone interview.
Asked if the death was a suicide, Caldwell said they were leaving that determination up to the county medical examiner. She wasn’t sure if the body had been removed yet or not when AHN spoke to her at 8:30 a.m.
“We were just called to respond to an unattended death and it’s under investigation,” Caldwell said.
Although Caldwell told AHN that police have not yet released the identity of the person who called them, she did confirm to AHN that there were other people present in the house at the time of the death and that there was a gun and a gunshot wound.