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Monthly Archives: November 2010

Fiduciary Trust; The Fire Drill, Warren Buffett, and Kean

On the morning of 9-11, Fiduciary Trust was running an emergency drill on 9/11. This story seemed to not be much of a smoking gun at first. After all, we were just talking about the 97th floor, right? Total coincidence. Well, it just so happens that NY Times was wrong. Markus Allen (Known here as TruthSleuth), the man behind the audios at Truth In 7 Minutes, discovered from talking to a family who knew someone who worked in the World Trade Center. They said that she came to the buildingbefore 8:00, but was not allowed in because of a fire drill. The fire drill is discussed in this audio. It just so happens that Fiduciary Trust took a direct hit during the attacks.

The CEO of Fiduciary Trust, Anne Tatlocke, a trustee of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (Alongside James A. Baker III. Howard Hughes Medical Institute alsoemployed Don C. Wiley, one of the 11 microbiologists that died within five months of one another), was not present during all of this. She was invited to a “Charity Event” hosted by Warren Buffett (Who has other connections to 9-11) at Offutt Air Force Base, the headquarters of US Strategic Command, one of the bases involved in the Global Guardian exercise, and the place where President Bush would arrive at 3:07 PM.

Why didn’t the 9-11 Commission investigate the fire drill? Thomas Kean, the head of the Commission, had long served as a director of Fiduciary Trust. He is now adirector of Franklin Templeton Investments, the parent company of Fiduciary Trust. It will be interesting for us to look at the other interesting names on the boards of Fiduciary Trust.

FIDUCIARY TRUST

Executive Committee
http://www.fiduciarytrust.com/jsp/content.jsp?url=/our_company/exec_comm

James C. Goodfellow (Former Managing Director at JP Morgan)

Henry P. Johnson (Held roles at JP Morgan and the Skull&Bones-linked Blackstone Group, Yale Graduate)

Gail E. Cohen (Member of Rockefeller University, Member of Anti-Defamation League)

Lucius L. Fowler (Spent 12 years at JP Morgan)

Senior Officers
http://www.fiduciarytrust.com/jsp/content.jsp?url=/our_company/senior_officers

Elizabeth J. Hughes (FBI/Intel)

Michael M. Mariani (Taught at the Roman Catholic St. John’s University)

Craig S. Richards (Jesuit-trained at Saint Peter’s College)

Charles D. Troiano (Trained at the Roman Catholic St. John’s University)

Regional Officers
http://www.fiduciarytrust.com/jsp/content.jsp?url=/our_company/our_prof_regional

Teresa V-F Weintraub (Jesuit-trained at Boston College)

Business Development
http://www.fiduciarytrust.com/jsp/content.jsp?url=/our_company/our_prof_bus_dev

Lucius L. Fowler (Spent 12 years at JP Morgan)

Kurt A. Brimberry (Former high-ranking Bank Of America official)

Michael A. Cabanas (Worked for JP Morgan)

Jane-Scott Cantus (Former adviser to Morgan Stanley)

Peter A. Carnathan (Jesuit-trained at Loyola College, Serves on the Loyola College Capital Campaign Committee)

J. Christopher Felchlin (Former Citigroup director, Former US Navy Commander)

Theodore P. Klingos (Worked for Citigroup, Fidelity Investments, duPont, Chase Manhattan Bank)

Ellen Kratzer (Worked for Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.)

Xavier Martinez (Serves on the Governance Board of the Belen Jesuit Preparatory Alumni Association)

Wendy J. Mills Gross (Worked for Morgan Stanley and Fidelity Investments)

George J. Mullen, Jr. (Former military)

John J. Pettenati (Jesuit-trained at Fordham University, Member of the board of visitors of Fordham College)

Thomas F. Shevlin (Worked for JP Morgan)

Investment Management
http://www.fiduciarytrust.com/jsp/content.jsp?url=/our_company/inv_mgmt

Jonathan G. Hatch (Worked for JP Morgan)

Bruce T. Hyland (Worked for Chase Manhattan Bank)

William E. Leffingwell, Jr. (Former Director of Riggs Bank)

Maria A. Losquadro (Trained at the Roman Catholic St. John’s University)

Joseph C. Portillo (Rotary Club member)

Carl A. Scaturo (Worked for Citibank)

Spencer C. Smith (Worked for Riggs Bank, Yale Graduate)

Trust & Estate
http://www.fiduciarytrust.com/jsp/content.jsp?url=/our_company/our_prof_trust_estates

Gail E. Cohen (Member of Rockefeller University, Member of Anti-Defamation League)

Michael M. Mariani (Taught at the Roman Catholic St. John’s University)

Julie Min Chayet (Jesuit-trained at Fordham University)

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So, a company with strong links to the elite schedules and runs a fire drill on 9-11, causing people to be restricted from entering the building before 8:00. The CEO of the company, connected with James A. Baker III and Don C. Wiley, is out of the building that day for a strange party, hosted by Warren Buffett, at an important military base involved in the 9-11 war games that will be where Bush will land at 3:07. Fiduciary Trust will take a direct hit. The 9/11 Commission, headed by a former director of Fiduciary Trust and a director of it’s parent company, will not look into the fire drill. Now that this smoking gun has just come to light, it must be exposed. It is a carefully covered-up fact and the perpetrators would rather it stayed buried.

Evil forces – Wed Nov. 17 – Mother of murdered sisters sentenced to life

Mother of murdered sisters sentenced to life

Updated: Wed Nov. 17 2010 8:34:18 PM

ctvtoronto.ca

The grieving father of two young girls who were drowned to death will forever be haunted by the images of their last moments, videotaped by his ex-wife before she killed them.

“The images of their last moments, innocent and helpless as they were, will haunt me forever, in ways I can’t begin to describe,” Leo Campione wrote in a victim’s impact statement read in a Barrie, Ont., courtroom on Wednesday.

Elaine Campione, 35, of Barrie, Ont., was sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 25 years on Wednesday for drowning three-year-old Serena and 19-month-old Sophia in a bathtub four years ago.

Campione will also be required to provide a DNA sample to the courts, and has been banned from carrying firearms for the rest of her life.

She did not address the court before sentence was passed.

Leo Campione did not appear in court on Wednesday, but words read on his behalf described the shattered existence of a father who had lost everything.

“I see Serena and Sophia in my mind every day and I carry them in my heart until we reunite again. I live my life and gain my strength in knowing with each passing day, I am one day closer to being with them.”

Elaine Campione was found guilty on two counts of first-degree murder earlier this week after drowning her two daughters to death in October 2006, amid a bitter custody dispute.

The Crown had argued Campione killed the girls out of spite so her abusive ex-husband couldn’t get custody.

Campione and her husband were going through an emotional divorce at the time of the girls’ deaths. Leo, 35, had moved out of the family’s home in Bradford, Ont.

Defence lawyers argued that Campione suffered from severe mental illness and should not be held criminally responsible for the deaths.

Over the course of her seven-week trial, jurors heard that Campione had been admitted to psychiatric wards and had attempted suicide.

A police officer testified that the girls were laid out on their mother’s bed holding hands, wearing pyjamas and jewelry.

The trial heard that she had left her husband because he was abusive. He had been charged with assaulting her and their eldest daughter, but those charges were stayed after the murders.

The court also heard that police discovered a videotape in the bedroom.

Chilling images show the two children smiling and talking to Campione. The video then shows the mother recording a message for her husband, apparently after she had killed their daughters.

“There, are you happy?” Campione says. “God’s taking care of them now.”

She also says she only wanted to go back to her home in New Brunswick.

In his statement, Leo Campione said he has missed coming home to his daughters, who would run to him as he entered the door.

“I found my place in life and my peace was with them,” he wrote. “Above all else in life nothing brought peace to me like they did from their loving embrace.”

Leo Campione’s parents also submitted a victim’s impact statement on Wednesday, describing the “emptiness of losing Serena and Sophia is something we live with every day.”

“We miss their laughter, their smiles and their love for life. Their mere presence lit up a room, their joyous attitude lit up our hearts. Our time with them was cut short, our hearts broken, our lives shattered,” it read.

The statement concluded by saying, “Serena and Sophia, we will love you forever.”

Campione will stay at the Vanier Centre for Women in Milton, Ont., until she is processed into the penitentiary system.

The court has allowed the news media to show some of the video presented in evidence. Mary Cramer, Elaine Campione’s lawyer, told reporters outside court that she was worried some of the material could hit the Internet and be misused.

“Those restrictions really spoke to everyone’s concern about the children involved in this case,” she said.

Cramer said a final decision on an appeal will come in the next few weeks.

Evil forces – Mon Dec. 14 2009 – Toronto man charged in his mother’s murder

Toronto man charged in his mother’s murder

Updated: Mon Dec. 14 2009 7:32:05 PM

ctvtoronto.ca

A Toronto man has been arrested and charged with murder after police discovered his mother’s lifeless body inside her west-end apartment building.

Toronto police say officers on patrol noticed something suspicious about a man who was walking along Lakeshore Boulevard near Windermere Avenue just before midnight Monday.

After speaking with the man, police went to a seventh-floor apartment in a building on Dundas Street West near Scarlett Road. Once inside, they found the woman’s body.

There are reports Antonia Catherine Zammit, 62, had been stabbed to death. A post-mortem examination will be held later today to determine the official cause of death, police said.

Neighbours told CTV News that a mother and son lived inside the apartment where the woman was found. They reported seeing a man outside the apartment covered in blood.

They described Zammit as someone who was always very friendly but not very outgoing.

“She always kept to herself and was reserved but she would always say hi,” said a male neighbour.

Zammit worked as a personal care worker and regularly attended mass at St. Paul’s Catholic Church on Dundas Street West.

John Boukhalfa, 26, faces a second-degree murder charge. He was expected to make an appearance in court Tuesday morning.

In a sad coincidence, homicide victim Adrian Johnston lived in the same building. He was gunned down in a nearby field back in May.

With a report from CTV Toronto’s John Musselman

 

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