The article was taken down that I wrote about yesterday. I got the screen shots of it on CNBC and so there is proof that it was there and a lawsuit was filed against the banksters and top government officials.
The original link to CNBC is here: http://www.cnbc.com/id/49555671/ (you can still see the comments left from the article at the bottom of the page and that the article was about the lawsuit. (Until they make the page a "404" error)
Here is my article about it with the screenshots:
What gives this more of a twist is the horrendous murder of two young children in NYC. An anonymous/Alison left a comment on the above article, saying that the CNBC Sr. V.P. executive of digital (internet) had his children murdered the same day/hours after the article came out.
Here is the comment:
Of course the following could just be a coincidence....
You might also find it interesting to note that the chief exec of CNBC digital Kevin Krim's children were murdered (2 of them) on the VERY same day this article went live.
Supposidly their nanny killed them but I guess we'll never know seeing as she apparently slit her own throat and wrists and is now in critical condition in hospital. I doubt very much she'll make it!
Reads like an episode on Damages...
I found more articles about the murder of the children online. Here is one from CNN that has been updated and proclaims the nanny stabbed herself when she heard the mother come in the apartment.
Is it all coincidence that it happened hours after CNBC put the 43 trillion lawsuit online?
The children's father, Kevin Krim, a senior vice president for CNBC Digital and former Yahoo executive, was en route back home from the West Coast. Police broke the news to him at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
I feel for the family. I simply can't imagine the most horrendous nightmare of having your children murdered.
Now CNBC has taken down the article/information about the lawsuit, I figured that would happen and that is why I captured every bit of it on the CNBC website. I captured it compared to reproducing for three reasons.
One: It says "copyrighted" at the bottom
Two: To show and prove it was on CNBC and not made up (which can appear to be when just copying material)
Three: To have a record of it, when it disappeared off the net.
FYI: It does seem they are erasing the whole page, now only 2 comments are left on the page. There were many more comments yesterday about the lawsuit on CNBC.
I found that Marketwatch has the same information up about the lawsuit at this time. Here is the screenshot of it on their page:
Question is: How long will it stay up on Marketwatch and will something happen to an executive or their family there of a horrendous nature or accident?