There's been yet another sad death of a banker, this time Ms. Lindsey Jacoby, a mother of a y0ung daughter and son, dead of an apparent suicide at 40. Here are two versions of the story that many here shared this past week:

Wall Street recruiter jumps to her death from luxury NYC home

Mother-of-two Wall Street recruiter, 40, jumps to her death from her $3.6million Upper East Side home

The New York Post version of this story suggests that there may have been some sort of domestic or marital unpleasantness behind Ms. Lindsey's unfortunate death:

A neighbor reported seeing Lindsay taken from the house in an ambulance two weeks ago.

“I think there was something going on with them,” he said. “It seems like there was something amiss.”

However, there is nothing in this statement, beyond the estimation of the neighbor, to give any evidence or credence to this. Further, there does not appear to be any history of emotional problems with Ms. Jacoby.

Like all such stories recently, this one does bear a relationship to patterns we've seen with other mysterious deaths of people in the finance business. Consider only the following similarities:

1) The reportage of the story itself repeats the pattern found often in the lamestream corporate media of not mentioning its similarities to other deaths of people in the business; it mentions a bare minimum of facts, and then ends with the implication that it's a "typical" suicide my suggesting domestic problems, for which, again, there is no evidence;

2) The manner of death replicates features seen in other such "suicides" of people walking off the tops of buildings, a pattern seen from London to New York City to Hong Kong;

3) Ms. Jacoby worked as a recruiter for big names in finance and banking, including two names that recurs frequently in the overall pattern of banker deaths:

"She previously worked in internal recruiting positions at Oppenheimer and Co., JPMorgan and Citigroup, and served as the CEO and president at her own firm, Jacoby Staffing." (Emphasis added)

Something in my high octane speculative opinion is clearly going on to inspire all these people to walk off the roofs of buildings and plunge to their deaths. Either something they have seen or encountered in their professional lives has driven them to this kind of despair, or they have uncovered something, or entertained the "wrong kinds of suspicions" and let them be known to others and were "suicided" as a result of this. Ms. Jacoby's untimely death comes mere days after the death of Ronald Bernard, the Dutch banker whose revelations took the internet by storm when he alleged that pedophilia and other literally diabolical practices infested the upper echelons of high finance.

The biggest mystery here, and one that I think deserves mentioning, is why there appears to be no followup investigations anywhere, not in the major media, and none that I am aware of in the so-called alternative research community. But much more importantly, given all the weird deaths of people in finance, and the recurrence of big names in some cases, like JP Morgan, or HSBC, or the connections of some of these "suicided" people to insurance or regulatory agencies, why do we have no apparent governmental investigations of these deaths, which have now spanned the globe from Wall Street, to the City of London, to Luxembourg, Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria, and Hong Kong? Are we to believe there are no investigations whatsoever? Or are they so incredibly secret, or disturbing, that nothing can be said about them?

At this stage, it's anyone's guess, and like most of you probably do, I entertain my own dark suspicions of what at least a few of the connections might be. Those, for the moment, will have to remain private until more information is available. But in the meantime, it's the type of reporting of these events, and the almost total lack of followup on what the "investigations" of each of them revealed, plus the almost complete and unimaginable lack of any sort of official investigations of the apparent pattern, that disturbs...

See you on the flip side...

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. DEBRA on September 9, 2017 at 12:26 pm

    Dr. Farrell: the Dutch banker Ronald Bernard is not dead. There was a person in Florida whose last name was Bernard, and whose middle name was Ronald, who did die. Somebody on the internet thought it was the Dutch banker, but that was a different person. The Dutch banker Ronald Bernard is very much alive and giving follow-up interviews.
    And, no, the “cabal” will never “get” Ronald Bernard because they don’t need to. Bernard never outed anybody by name. In fact he talks about that in his recently posted follow-up interview. When he told them that he wanted to get out of their clutches, they basically said OK but we’re going to beat you almost to death first. That was the price Bernard paid and he knew he would pay it.
    Further, Bernard made it clear in his third interview that no government or judicial system will ever prosecute “those people.” And, no, we can’t go knock on their doors and drag them out. “Those people” don’t live publicly nor do they even live on the Internet as all the rest of us do.
    Ronald Bernard is alive today because he paid for his freedom, physically and mentally, and he will never reveal who those people are.

  2. goshawks on September 8, 2017 at 5:35 pm

    Second article: “She had previously worked in internal recruiting positions at JP Morgan and Citigroup….”

    Well, there you go. She would have all the ‘inside scoop’ on personalities and internal decision-making. Another word for ‘jet-setting mom’ and those travels required for the business of Jacoby Staffing could also possibly-be ‘Courier’…

    (Looking at her photos, her energy seems decidedly ‘wrong’. She looks ‘beaten’ in all of them.)

    Also, if she was 40 and married in 2005, she married when she was around 28 – the biological clock was ticking. As suming the children were post-marriage (which the photos seem to suggest), that would put them about 11 & 10 years old at the oldest. A mother who loved her children would tend not to ‘commit suicide’ when the children were young and impressionable. (Unless something ‘dark’ was in-line for those children…)

    Ironic that her husband, Seth Jacoby (tribal?), is CEO of…

    • Lost on September 8, 2017 at 6:11 pm

      It doesn’t read as if she had any insider information.

      She probably realized her company was bankrupt and/her husband had run up massive debts he was hiding from her.

      • goshawks on September 8, 2017 at 7:05 pm

        Are you implying she left her kids motherless because of ‘social image’ problems?

        • Lost on September 8, 2017 at 9:49 pm

          No, not social image.


          • goshawks on September 9, 2017 at 1:28 am

            Nope, still doesn’t ring true. Say “Mother” a few times…

          • Lost on September 9, 2017 at 9:54 am

            I think you mean “say children”.

            She, and her husband, seem like the kind of people who’d get desperate if they suddenly found themselves sans money and with huge liabilities.

            Running your own recruiting firm is oft akin to running your own interior design firm.

          • goshawks on September 9, 2017 at 4:14 pm

            Nope, I meant “Mother.” I was addressing this to Her inner state as a Mother. This is why I believe she had ‘external assistance’ in becoming dead. Mother first, Owner second…

            And to get back to Why you are likely on the “Move along, nothing to see here” side, I repeat:
            “Another word for ‘jet-setting mom’ and those travels required for the business of Jacoby Staffing could also possibly-be ‘Courier’…”

  3. OrigensChild on September 8, 2017 at 4:57 pm

    Oh, well. Another comment in the quantum state of moderation. I forgot to edit out inst_i_tutions at a minimum. The hoops through which we must jump to avoid the censorship AI agent, who is hardly artificial, not very intelligent and whose purpose is to sanitize language in our culture. I’m hardly an example of a well-structured essayist but at least I try. My greatest sins are committed because of improper editing and not profanity. I came from the old school, where profanity is the hallmark of a lazy mind. As such it should be used sparingly outside of fiction.

    • OrigensChild on September 8, 2017 at 5:04 pm

      Then there is the loss of content during cut and paste, which should read: “The hoops through which we must jump to avoid the censorship AI agent, who is hardly artificial, not very intelligent and whose purpose is to sanitize language in our culture, is inhibiting our freedom of expression in the modern world.”

  4. OrigensChild on September 8, 2017 at 4:49 pm

    In our culture entertainment rules. The networks aren’t just controlled institutions—they are now part of the entertainment culture. Journalism is dead and news presentation with commentary is the norm. The flow of information is controlled by a centralized hierarchy using a plent_i_tude of two sources as the primary stream—Reuters and the Associated Press. Our attention is focused on a narrow band of issues with globalist agendas and the various stars representing them. POTUS and a select members of Congress are upsized to stardom with a few judges and commentators from various points of view with a robust publication record. Then you have actors, actresses, musicians, singers, entertainers, athletes and sundry entrepreneurs rounding out the kabuki theater that is Infotainment. No, these banker deaths do not fit within the Infotainment sphere of influence. These deaths will hardly receive an honorable mention except in the local markets
    as part of the overall suicide epidemic. If they were televised nationally someone might actually notice and be motivated to investigate more fully. The new motto for the industry: “Never let good propaganda fall victim to a well constructed, well argued story over a significant set of events. It might confuse the official narrative!
    That will cost us access and decrease marketshare–and these are not good for business!”

  5. Aridzonan_13 on September 8, 2017 at 12:08 pm

    I’ve been waiting for a moment where these underlings realize they’re in mortal peril. Where if you remember an interview on Jones, there was a Tampa based female attorney who had a serious “Red Pill” moment. She and her husband’s firm had filed suit in behalf of Bernie Sander’s stolen CA election. People started dropping like flies around her and she finally got it. During her interview she broke down from the stress, it was truly heart wrenching to see. I’m surprised none of the victims have mounted a serious defense against what can only be described as assassinations.

  6. Jimmy on September 8, 2017 at 12:04 pm

    Ronald Bernard, the Dutch banker is not dead!

  7. Robert Barricklow on September 8, 2017 at 11:38 am

    Any “real” investigation would be compromised from the get-go. The pyramid structure makes sure that those in the upper echelons know the score:
    We Own It All.
    [They/re Bottom Line]

    • Robert Barricklow on September 8, 2017 at 11:40 am

      or so they’d like to believe;
      and, like us to believe as well.

      • Robert Barricklow on September 8, 2017 at 11:43 am

        My reply…
        In your dreams…


  8. Lost on September 8, 2017 at 10:39 am

    I suspect that NY banking recruiter suicide has more to do with finding her life vapid, or possibly her business bankrupt with massive personal liabilities for her.

    I guess one could speculate on the Union College connection and say time travel, and go all Montauk experiment.

  9. DanaThomas on September 8, 2017 at 6:12 am

    “Bloomberg” specifies that this unfortunate women worked with Oppenheimer & Co. which has had its fingers in a LOT of pies for the past 130 years. It seems that having all the right “kosher” connections, family and professional, does not necessarily prevent one from being targeted for whatever reason.
    Then there is the curious reference to “demons in the neighbourhood” in the laconic NY Post article.

    • Lost on September 8, 2017 at 6:09 pm

      Demons, true the German-American Bund used to be strong in that ‘hood.

      And Mullins was ranting on the streets around Yorkville in the 1950s.

  10. Kahlypso on September 8, 2017 at 5:18 am

    I dont think that the banker Mr Bernard IS dead.. it ‘seems’ to be a case of mistaken identity..… Or it could be that he IS dead and internet is being sanitized.. again..
    What can we say about bankers that might explain why they keep on killing themselves.. Well.. apart from the fact that the highest echelons appear to be filled with satanic pedophiles.. … and that these highest echelons finance terrorists or faschists or generally anyone who can keep a war going on somewhere, so that their fake money and debt can keep on growing. A job saying.. in order to work here, put your conscience in deep freeze.. so they want evil, selfish, money loving warmongers and child rapists and they murder callously anyone who gets in their way.
    Im sorry were we talking about suicides? I remember seeing someone posing as a DARPA scientist explaining about wargaming, where they were interested in seeing how to make people suicide themselves..
    She possibly commited suicide because she possibly discovered something about the higher upper’s in Citibank.. (eg, they like to cut throats and eat human flesh..) or perhaps someone came back from a job interview and complained about the fact that he had to kill someone in order to be accepted..

    • sagat1 on September 8, 2017 at 9:17 am

      Or, they felt forced into doing the unthinkable and subsequently couldn’t live with the guilt.

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