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THE FIRST CRYPTO-BANKER DEATH?

I hate stories like this, because of the loss to the families involved. The process of posing questions or speculating on such events can seem callous or insensitive, and I have no wish to seem any of those things. I merely wish to ask the question "why"? Why would a young, intelligent and gifted man apparently end his life, especially when he had everything to live for? Here's the story spotted and shared by V.T.:

Man found in Hudson River identified as cryptocurrency mathematician

And here's the central core of the story:

The man whose body was found floating in the Hudson River Monday has been identified as a mathematician working with cryptocurrency and artificial intelligence, according to police sources and his “devastated” family.

Sources identified the remains found off West 45th Street and 12th Avenue in Manhattan as Shuvro Biswas, 31, adding that there were no immediately apparent signs of foul play.

Biswas’ brother told The Post that he and his family were gutted by the news, noting that they’d tried in vain to get Biswas help as he battled apparent mental illness.

What's noteworthy here is that Mr. Biswas, according to his brother, was suffering mental illness. The article offers the following as one possible explanation for the illness (and of course, the illness is being implied here as a possible cause of a possible suicide):

“He was always a normal, healthy person, or so he led us to believe,” the elder Biswas said. “The changes started coming only in the past year. He would say things that didn’t make much sense from time to time. He had a girlfriend and they had a bad breakup, but I don’t want to say that was the cause of everything. He didn’t really like to share much. He’s a private person.”

The mental illness, however, was not just "apparent," but very genuine and real, because Mr. Biswas was exhibiting very strange behavior:

In February, the management of the younger Biswas’ West 37th Street apartment building took him to Manhattan Supreme Court, seeking to evict him over a slew of alleged bizarre acts inside the building, including setting fires, openly brandishing a knife and smearing blood inside the elevator, court filings show.

“Defendant is a ticking time bomb who, just months into the Lease, has engaged in numerous incidents of escalating, offensive nuisance-type conduct that threatens the lives, health, safety and well-being of Building staff, Building residents and Building property,” lawyers for the building wrote in one filing.

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He also allegedly brandished a knife, smeared blood in the building elevator, illegally installed surveillance cameras and an alarm system, scattered bullets throughout the building and filed multiple false reports of intruders with the police — one of which saw him greet responding officers by “brandishing [a] sword,” according to the filing

Urged by his elder brother to seek professional help from a psychiatrist, Mr. Biswas responded that he was seeing a neurologist!:

“We tried to convince him to the best of our abilities to seek professional help, but he always denied that he needed psychiatric help,” said Biswas. “He was going to a neurologist but he wouldn’t say for what.”

This is a key detail, and it launches us into today's high octane speculation: why would the young Biswas seek out a neurologist? To do so suggests several things: (1) That he was aware of his own strange behavior; (2) that he didn't like it; (3) that he felt helpless to prevent it; and (4) was seeking an explanation or cause for it. But why a neurologist? Again, we speculate: perhaps Mr. Biswas recognized that such strange and uncharacteristic behavior can sometimes indicate not a psychological problem, but a neurological condition, such as a brain tumor. Neurologists, however, are not normally the type of specialist one "consults" over time, but lacking further information about this story, one has to assume that the primary reason for the death may have something to do with an unknown condition.

What is notable about the article, however, is that Mr. Biswas' death is as yet not being reported as a suicide... and that raises other more speculative implications. His bizarre behavior, and his apparent awareness of it, and consultation with a neurologist suggests, as noted before, that he was seeking an explanation in a physiological condition, conditions which could and sometimes do occur as the result of mind manipulation technologies. But why would anyone target Mr. Biswas?

Because of the nature of his work:

Biswas said his sibling was self-employed and most recently working on a cryptocurrency security program, and online profiles show that the younger Biswas also dabbled in artificial intelligence.

This is where it gets more interesting, for as the article also notes, Biswas had an apartment on West 37th St in Manhattan,  and was a mere 31 years old. So put all that together: (1) self-employed; (2) working on security programs for cryptocurrencies; (3) also "dabbled" in artificial intelligence; (4) could afford an apartment in Manhattan at a mere 31 years old; and (5) in the final year of his life exhibited very bizarre behavior to the extent he sought out a neurologist.

What I strongly suspect is that the unfortunate Mr. Biswas may have been able to afford such an apartment in such a location at such a young age because he might have been performing important contract work on a program for a client. Security programs for a crypto-currency would be of great interest to anyone involved with them, from central banks to coin "miners", and a security program would also be of great interest to potential hackers. In short, Mr. Biswas had specialized access to a very valuable form of specialized knowledge and expertise.  Perhaps his work involved artificially intelligent security programs for a crypto-currency, a concept which only magnifies the potential importance of his work. Either way, however, I believe it is strongly possible that Mr. Biswas' death is very suspicious and that we may be looking at yet another strange "banker death," perhaps the first of those involved with crypto-currencies and digital currency security.

See you on the flip side...

28 thoughts on “THE FIRST CRYPTO-BANKER DEATH?”

    1. I agree. The technocrats are not above using a combination of mind control technology and dark occult alchemy to manipulate a man.

  1. Biswaz. ‘illegally installed surveillance cameras and an alarm system, scattered bullets throughout the building and filed multiple false reports of intruders with the police’…

    The poor man was obviously experiencing intrusions into his mind or apartment or both.

    This case is one to bookmark. I fear there’ll be more bizarre cases like this coming down the pike.

  2. “Mr. Biswas had specialized access to a very valuable form of specialized knowledge and expertise.”
    What if this was a higher math that is is not even taught at PhD level?
    Someone mentioned a backdoor. I would add … to the encryption algorithm for the blockchanin.
    Do you think these controllers would not try to get their hands on “ALL” that data on everyone’s transactions?
    Crypto currencies are being hyped to achieve mass adoption, as the “REMEDY| to the World’s Banksters control. As mentioned by others before, cryptos are not secure! Period!

  3. Nice catch on this one.
    What could be driving a contractor like this so crazy?
    Wonder how long before some govt authority who we can all trust tells us that his psychoses were one of the symptoms of long c19.

  4. AJ was given thousands of bitcoin for free back when it first started and lost where he put it. He would have a few hundred million dollars worth if only he still had it. What happens to your bitcoin when you die? How many others who got lots of bitcoin when it was cheap were able to cash out when it got high? Did many of them start having accidents or depression before they could cash out? Is anyone keeping tabs on them to notice? Do the designers and backers of bitcoin have a secret way of keeping track and quietly taking over these accounts? All I know is being worth a lot more dead than alive seldom works out for insured bank employees, stars and musicians. Bitcoin and other cryptos by their current nature leave a lot of room for all kinds of mischief and temptations for the tech savy creating them.

  5. It looks to me like this man completed his task and was given his mandatory retirement package. When will these bankers learn to not work for these Mr. Globaloney types? The pay is great, but the retirement is so short lived. In the end they get their money back. Who had life insurance policies with suicide options waived on this man’s life?

    1. Seems like it. There are a spate of new neurological services that have started up, offering to use their science to promote “extreme success.” One even advertises “go from zero to dangerous.”

      Who is to say that they cant achieve other goals?

  6. If you know too much you are not long for this world, taking of suicide more times its really indirect murder. The trick is to get the target to supposedly kill themselves covering the trial of the real killers even though technically the target took their own life. In other words the perfect murder.

  7. The story seems highly suggestive and trending toward the bizarre yet the neurophysiology it implies is more than a “talking cure” (sessions with a psychologist) might be able to manage. Talking around the sensory apparatuses lacks the input that the sensory apparatus demonstrates and can accurately be forwarded by discussion. Not everything the senses take in has a word or word phrase as a descriptor for discussion or can be reasoned through deduction to a final simplified cause.

    In any case, there is the matter of physician / patient confidentiality to consider which limits addressing the curious. His behaviour, if reports are not embellished with legal talk for action(s), is inconsistent with what one would imagine a mathematician might be preoccupied yet there are those things of artificial intelligence, neurolinguistic stimulation, and environmental exposure that beckon answers.

    There are symbols (especially, the sword), hardware for detecting intrusion (surveillance equipment), and certain actions that suggest much more than a simple fix of talking through words to soothe a thinking process. Also, his acquaintances may need scrutiny if such discovery is possible. There are a lot of threads in that tapestry of behaviour and daily history that will probably shed some light on his transitioning from the corporeal.

  8. Random and mysterious death and disappearances will soon be endemic. Death squads will also play a major roll in everyone’s lives. We have been conquered. Our statues are being taken down, textbooks rewritten. We wear conformity muzzles and are gagged. Free speech is over. Everything is censored. The Right To Assembly is allowed only for oppression and psy-ops. The Cultural Revolution is destroying everything of the past. The cities are being gutted. Wealth redistributed. We are Joseph K. Accused and vilified by unknown predators. Brown Shirts run amok terraforming and then will, themselves, be eliminated when their purpose is served and “justice and order” are restored. Children are no longer educated because they have been doomed and there is no longer any point in investing in them or their future. That last, is always a very bad sign…. When a species begins to sacrifice its own offspring, then it has, perhaps blessedly, nearly reached the end of its journey….

  9. All those micro biologist and holistic doctors deaths.
    In covid1984 hindsight; the are dots connecting.
    And what about all those bankster deaths?
    Now in the Great Financial Re-Set; there are dots connecting.
    But, w/a crypto banker’s death; the dots are connecting.
    W/each new piece; the whole puzzle comes more into focus.
    To today’s post.

    Of course,
    one looks to the preferred mind-control card in this killing game.
    It is tragic that so many lives have been lost.
    Those, who may have posed a threat to the killer’s evil schemes;
    and those who have fallen, due to those covid1984 Re-Set schemes.

    “They’re” trying like hell
    to get out in front of the information warfare narrative;
    to stop those, trying to save man from “their” inhuman agenda’s.
    “They” literally will plug holes; to keep the whole picture out-of-focus.

    So when I read this “article”; I read “their” frame.
    A frame meant, to lead me astray.
    To suicide the real narrative; the “whole” reason he was “plugged”.

    The 21st Worst Century catch all: “mental illness”.
    Problem is; is that many prescribed pills are made for this explicit purpose. Problem is; is that there are many other methods to bring about “mental illness”. And, then there’s just saying it; even if it’s not so.
    I mean, some call me crazy for thinking 9/11’s an inside job;
    or, the vaccine is an operating system.

    The more I read this article; the more it looks like a hit piece:
    character assassination.
    In fact, it borders on: “insanely & morbidly funny”.
    The so-called journalist has carried his narrative, a bridge too far;
    and the suspension of believe has, all but collapsed[for me].

    Yes, it looks like the young crypto banker stepped into the spider’s parlor. Perhaps it was a winding-like, DNA stairway; or, some other secret. Secrets, in these “parlors; can’t be kept by more than one.

    He was doomed once he “performed”;
    where others had failed, and walk away w/their minds and bodies intact.

    Either way; some contracts are too good to be true.
    Remember Tesla?
    Shades of the man who knew too much.

  10. These stories always remind me of my friend, who was a tech support genius employed with a subsidiary of CantorFitzgerald, which resided on the top floors of WTC 1. His body was found 2 wks after 9/11, supposedly “overcome by smoke inhalation, intact and uburned in a stairwell”. I’ve never believed that.
    Corbett published an excellent report on the funny money gymnastics that occurred before, during and after 9/11, which identified that several servers were hijacked for a matter of seconds that morning, long enough for significant transactions. And he would likely have been present, seen something.

    The expendables.

    1. Mafia flashpoints are a pre-planned gambling business. There are insiders, and those moving in, on the action, in the eleventh hour. To the criminal mind, blood and murder is equally fascinating, as gambling is exciting.

      Pretenders on thrones, behind firewall of high-level masonry, give the orders.

  11. Do current cryptos have back doors? If not, then certain interests would likely feel the need to develope one which only they have the keys to and will be aware of. If they already do have back doors hidden in them that are only accessible to their designers than that would not be helpful to your intelligence and black budgeting needs. After developing the key components to one they would likely seek to tie up loose ends. Very plausible that he was paranoid for a reason and there were multiple failed attacks on him before they finally succeeded.

    1. Bill Gates’ backdoor is through his Windows, and, whatever runs on his platform, is compromised. Drug dealers become assassins, to avoid being killed. They are stalking spooks, not professional wet jobs.

      Pretenders on thrones, behind firewall of high-level masonry, give the orders.

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