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A Second Greek Man Has Been Found Dead Since The Emergence Of 'The Lagarde List'

•, Matthew Boesler

Since Friday, two men suspected to be on the list have turned up dead in apparent suicides.

Here is what has happened in the past few days.

Last Tuesday, October 3, the "Lagarde List" was passed to Greek prime minister Antonis Samaras from PASOK party leader and former finance minister Evangelos Venizelos.

Apparently, it had been "missing," according to a Financial Times article from a few days prior, and current finance minister Yannis Stournaras had vowed to track it down.

Yannis Stournaras, the finance minister, told the FT on Sunday that he would pursue the issue of the missing CD with Greek depositors names “as a priority”.
“I first learnt of its existence last week from the newspapers . . . but if SDOE can’t track it down, then we’ll ask our European partners for another copy,” Mr Stournaras said.

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Comment by Doug Nusbaum
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Wow ... So right after the Dot com bust, and during a period that included 9/11 and two major wars a huge reale state bubble, followed by the worst recession in 70 years, the volatility of a large company, one involved in financing, and defense, became more volatile, than it had been in the past decade when --- well nothing much was happening. The only reason that a person would think this is evidence of something suspicious is that they have a room temperature IQ, and an ability to understand complex situations equivelant of a rutting moose.  

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