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Mark Madoff Found Hanged

Posted by te2ataria on December 12, 2010

The Sins of Father Visited Upon the Son

The Firstborn Son of the Jewish Zionist Fraudster Found Hanged in His Apartment Saturday

Mark Madoff, 46, the eldest son of the Jewish Zionist Fraudster Bernie Madoff was found hanged by a dog leash from a ceiling pipe in the living room of his SoHo apartment on the second anniversary of his father’s arrest, as his two-year-old son Nicholas slept in the next room, NYPD said.


Mark Madoff was found hanged by a dog leash from a ceiling pipe in his SoHo loft apartment.

Mr Madoff is said to have sent her wife an email saying that he could no longer live with the curse put on his family by his father.

His father Bernard Madoff, 72, who defrauded thousands of investors through a $65b Ponzi scheme, is serving a 150-year prison sentence in North Carolina.

IF INDEED MR MADOFF COMMITTED SUICIDE AND WASN’T KILLED IN A REVENGE EXECUTION (ANGRY INVESTORS), OR TO STOP HIM FROM SPILLING THE BEANS (HADASSAH, B’NAI B’RITH … AMONG MANY OTHER CANDIDATES), IT CAN BE SAID ABOUT HIM THAT HE HAD THE COURAGE AND DIGNITY THAT NEITHER HIS FATHER NOR HIS DISTANT COUSIN, JOHN KEY, EVER FOUND.


Jewish Zionist fraudster Bernie Madoff with his wife Ruth and firstborn son Mark dining in Long Island in 2001.

Mr Key You have caused a similar curse put on your son, family!

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  • Speaking of curses [APA, the Maori seer, said he had detected a “locked” curse to befall John Key’s son by a father who lost his firstborn as a result of Mr Key’s actions. Here’s a unique opportunity to sit back and observe how powerful curses work.]

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5 of the 10 Weekend Kills in NZ Probably Tourists

Posted by te2ataria on December 12, 2010

UPDATED Monday 13-12-2010

Of the Ten REPORTED Weekend Deaths, Five May Have Been Tourists

1. A young man was killed when he was hit by a van on State Highway One north of Waikanae early this morning.

/http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/4450163/Pedestrian-hit-by-van-dies

2. A young man was killed when he fell from the balcony of a Wellington city apartment today. Police have not released any further details.

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10693822

3. A snorkeler drowned at a north of Auckland Saturday. “About three hours after this incident, a diver got into trouble in the same stretch of water.”

She “showed signs of a diving injury” and was taken to a hospital.

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/4450226/Snorkelers-death-prompts-warning

4 &5. “One person is confirmed dead and ”at least one” person is missing after a van full of people crashed into the Whanganui River early this afternoon, police say.”

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/4450325/Van-crash-leaves-one-dead-another-missing

6 & 7. Two people were killed early Saturday in Parnassus, 15km north of Cheviot, north Canterbury, after their  car crashed down a hill off State Highway One, witnesses told the blog.

8. Another person was killed  a crash near Pukekohe early Monday morning, taking the number of weekend road fatalities to at least 10. Two people sustained serious injuries.

9. A man was killed in a fiery car crash  on State Highway 56 near Tiakitahuna, about 10km southwest of Palmerston North, at about 5.40am, NZPA said.

10. “A 58-year-old man was killed after his motorbike crashed on the Upper Hutt side of the Rimutaka Hill just after 9pm [Sunday.]”
http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/4451564/Seven-die-on-roads

On average, two foreigners are killed in New Zealand every three days.

At least 1,984 foreign students, tourists and new immigrants have been Killed in NZ between  January 2000 and 12 December 2010 [About 10,000 others seriously injured.]

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