Mike Moore of True Pundit joins Jason Goodman to report that Jeffrey Epstein’s private wealth banker, Thomas Bowers, who brokered and signed off on tens of millions of dollars in Deutsche Bank and Citibank loans for Jeffrey Epstein over the past 20 years was found swinging from a rope before Thanksgiving and his death quickly ruled a suicide by the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner.
The FBI was seeking to interview Bowers about loans he approved for Epstein, as well as to investigate Epstein’s maze of US-based and offshore corporations.
Epstein had stopped making payments on his multi-million-dollar Citi loans but after Bowers started working at Deustche Bank, he approved new high-risk loans and credit lines from the second bank for Epstein, according to Moore’s sources.
“This is like organized bank robbery,” says Moore, who used to head up anti-money laundering investigations for a major Citigroup division and was able to question his former colleagues about Bowers’ activities.
“The loans to Epstein were personal and commercial,” says Moore. “The Citi loans I can confirm were for more than $25 million. Some were secured, some were not.”
Deutsche Bank closed out Epstein’s accounts weeks after the bank was served federal subpoenas.