Colorado Massacre Linked To Historic Bank Fraud - Killer Does Not Appear To Be James Holmes
KILLER DOES NOT APPEAR TO BE JAMES HOLMES - JAMES HOLMES BEING USED IN BLACKMAIL OF ROBERT HOLMES FINANCIAL FRAUD DETECTION EXPERT FOR FICO IN LIBOR SCANDAL.
James Holmes father Robert Holmes, was said to have been scheduled to testify within the next few weeks before a US Senate panel on the massive banking crime called the LIBOR Scandal where UK banks fixed the London Interbank Borrowing Rate with the complicity of the Bank of England, the US Federal Reserve (which knew about this crime for 4 years and didn’t report it) and many other major Western banks.
Anonymous • Colorado Massacre Linked To Historic Bank Fraud - Killer Does Not Appear To Be James Holmes----------------Mass Shootings Connected To Libor Scandal – THIS IS A HOAX STORY
Posted on December 17, 2012 by jischinger
The father of Connecticut school shooter Adam Lanza, Peter Lanza, was the tax director for General Electric, a corporation that paid -0- taxes on 14.2 billion dollars in profits last year. According to Fabian4Liberty, Peter Lanza was scheduled to testify in the ongoing global LIBOR scandal. In what could only be described an amazing coincidence, the father of Colorado Batman shooter James Holmes, Robert Holmes, was also a LIBOR witness in his position with FICO. According to the link at FICO, Robert Holmes was a ‘Fraud Scientist’
Libor scandal is a profitable business. US makes a lot of money (fine) from it. That's why two witness' sons were both involved in mass shootings. That's a blackmail.
UBS hit by $1.5bn fine over Libor case
Published: 19 December, 2012,
Switzerland's largest bank UBS has agreed to pay $ 1.53 billion in fines to US, Swiss and British financial regulators in order to settle investigations into the Libor interest rate manipulation.
UBS hit by $1.5bn fine over Libor case — RT
Barclays was fined £290m after an investigation into claims that several banks manipulated the Libor rate at which they lend to each other. Chancellor George Osborne, meanwhile, raised the possibility of criminal charges against guilty bankers.
BBC News - Libor scandal: Who might have lost?