Wednesday, July 12, 2006

They're Droppin' Like Flies

Enron witness found dead in park

A body found in north-east London has been identified as that of a banker who was questioned by the FBI about the Enron fraud case.

Police said they were treating the death in Chingford of Neil Coulbeck, who worked for the Royal Bank of Scotland until 2004, as "unexplained".

He had been interviewed by the FBI as a potential witness.


Interesting...

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Who will the next one be!

Anthony Rainone said...

I don't think of these deaths as suspicious. I see them as either Karma--if you will--or the result of diseased souls that succumbed to the putrid lives of corporate greed.

Elizabeth said...

After Kenneth Lay's death, I thought all the conspiracy theories propagating like mushrooms throughout the thriller writer community were the product of too much gin at Thrillerfest. But I agree...this is weird. Very weird.

Stephen Blackmoore said...

Ken Lay's death was natural causes. Riiiiight.

David Terrenoire said...

I wonder if Dan Burton will be in his backyard shooting watermelons over this.

And if you caught that reference, then you spend more time than is healthy following the weirdities of American politics.

Alexandra Sokoloff said...

I'm not a conspiracy nut, but I agree with Elizabeth... ominously weird.

Alex

Kim Mizar-Stem said...

You caught me David - sad!