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Banker found dead in London park

#1
A body found in east London parkland has been identified as banker Neil Coulbeck, sources have told the BBC.
The banker worked for the Royal Bank of Scotland, and had been questioned by the FBI about the Enron fraud case.

Police were keeping an open mind about whether the death was linked to the Enron investigation, which involved RBS subsidiary Natwest.

Three British former Natwest employees are being extradited to the US on Thursday to face fraud charges.

Police were called to the park near Newgate Street in Chingford after the body was discovered by a member of the public on Tuesday.

A police spokesman said the man's body was on the ground when it was discovered.

They said the death was being treated as unexplained.

He added officers from the Homicide and Serious Crime Command were investigating because of their resources and expertise.
 
#2
Judge_John said:
A body found in east London parkland has been identified as banker Neil Coulbeck, sources have told the BBC.
The banker worked for the Royal Bank of Scotland, and had been questioned by the FBI about the Enron fraud case.

Police were keeping an open mind about whether the death was linked to the Enron investigation, which involved RBS subsidiary Natwest.

Three British former Natwest employees are being extradited to the US on Thursday to face fraud charges.

Police were called to the park near Newgate Street in Chingford after the body was discovered by a member of the public on Tuesday.

A police spokesman said the man's body was on the ground when it was discovered.

They said the death was being treated as unexplained.

He added officers from the Homicide and Serious Crime Command were investigating because of their resources and expertise.
Well, waddyaknow! Worra coincidence!

Any chance he might have been in on the fingering of the three sleazebags ready for the off to the Septics?

"Police were keeping an open mind about whether the death was linked to the Enron investigation, which involved RBS subsidiary Natwest." Does that mean they're just waiting for the brown envelopes to appear before they do a snow-job on the whole affair?

"A police spokesman said the man's body was on the ground when it was discovered." I genuinely lerked at this one! So what? Peope who get topped have a tendency to fall over (onto the floor/ground). Why this emphasis?

Maybe Phoney Tony had a hand in all this. Who knows?

Fragen über Fragen!!!

MsG
 
#3
Bugsy7 said:
" "A police spokesman said the man's body was on the ground when it was discovered."
I genuinely lerked at this one! So what? Peope who get topped have a tendency to fall over (onto the floor/ground). Why this emphasis?
MsG
I would assume they'd meant he was not suspended from a tree, a common attitude of bodies found in parks.
RIP
 
#5
Bugsy7 said:
"A police spokesman said the man's body was on the ground when it was discovered." I genuinely lerked at this one! So what? Peope who get topped have a tendency to fall over (onto the floor/ground). Why this emphasis?

Maybe Phoney Tony had a hand in all this. Who knows?

Fragen über Fragen!!!
Perhaps Insp Knacker was thinking of Roberto Calvi, a banker who was found hanging under a bridge in curious circumstances.
 
#6
ViroBono said:
Bugsy7 said:
"A police spokesman said the man's body was on the ground when it was discovered." I genuinely lerked at this one! So what? Peope who get topped have a tendency to fall over (onto the floor/ground). Why this emphasis?

Maybe Phoney Tony had a hand in all this. Who knows?

Fragen über Fragen!!!
Perhaps Insp Knacker was thinking of Roberto Calvi, a banker who was found hanging under a bridge in curious circumstances.
Especially as the first reports about the discovery of Mr Coulbeck were of 'a man connected with the case was found hanged'.
 
#7
Onetap said:
Bugsy7 said:
" "A police spokesman said the man's body was on the ground when it was discovered."
I genuinely lerked at this one! So what? Peope who get topped have a tendency to fall over (onto the floor/ground). Why this emphasis?
MsG
I would assume they'd meant he was not suspended from a tree, a common attitude of bodies found in parks.
RIP

Or floating six inches above the ground.
Cop speke is fantastic in every sense of the word.



Quack
 
#10
frenchperson said:
If he was found with slit wrists and not a drop of blood at the scene, we'd better call in Lord Hutton to thoroughly investigate this serious matter
A disgusting farce the Hutton Inquiry was, a public jury would have conculded better findings than he did!
 

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