Media Blackout on $43 Trillion Lawsuit?

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  1. Bendimus Prime

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    I'm not much of of a "tinfoil hat" kinda guy, but this seems important if true.

    This was posted on CNBC's website on Thursday:
    http://whatreallyhappened.com/IMAGES/CNBCvanishedarticleSpire.jpg

    Then 3 and a half hours later that same day the daughters of the executive of CNBC’s digital division are both killed by the family nanny:
    Police: 2 kids of CNBC exec, mommy blogger fatally stabbed by nanny | kvue.com Austin

    Now the article is gone off of CNBC's site, and you can't find info about the lawsuit anywhere.

    Keeping politics out of it, what do you think? Halloween hoax? Bad reporting? Coincidence? Conspiracy?
     
  2. Wrecker217

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    Da hail? It's the mob!
     
  3. Bendimus Prime

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    Maybe? :lol 

    Ran into it still up here while looking the story up: Major Banks, Governmental Officials and Their Comrade Capitalists Targets of Spire Law Group, LLP's Racketeering and Money Laundering Lawsuit Seeking Return of $43 Trillion to the United States Treasury - MarketWatch.
    Seems to be the only site that isn't I'm not saying it's aliens, but it's aliens that's saying anything about this. Maybe the lawsuit at least isn't fake.

    IF that's real, and IF they win, how do you even collect on that?
     
  4. MetalRyde

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    oh god, i think im getting a migraine from all these stories of lawsuits with ridiculous demands.

    like that woman who wanted to sue social services for 900 trillion dollars.
     
  5. Bendimus Prime

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    That may also be the case. There is nothing on Snopes about it so far so I don't know. Something about the whole thing just strikes me as fishy for some reason.
     
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    Ha I hope she realized that IF she got that money, there would be sooooo many people out to kill her
     
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    Did a little more checking and it seem the group making the lawsuit may not be 100% on the up and up. Seems like they do a lot of these kinds of things. This may simply be a tragic case of coincidence.

    The actions of Spire Legal if real, are a good starting point for action, if not real they are still a good starting point for thought.
     
  8. Snark

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    There's almost no chance this is legit. 40 trillion is an insane amount. By reference, entire financial industries can worth a fraction of that amount (for instance, the already large and fast growing Islamic finance industry is worth 'only' 2 trillion USD).
     
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    Considering our GDP is roughly 15 trillion per year.


    The actual money supply in the world is roughly 90 trillion.


    So no, I would say this is false. Or at least it may be legitimate financial documents, but would go no where in litigation.