Another Banker Found Dead in Apparent Murder-Suicide

February 10, 2015   |   S.m. Gibson

SM Gibson
February 10, 2015

(ANTIMEDIA) CLOSTER, NEW JERSEY – A JPMorgan Chase & Co. employee and his wife were discovered dead in their home on Friday in an apparent murder-suicide.

Iran Pars Tabacchi, who went by Denise, was found dead on February 6th from strangulation and a single stab wound to the chest. Iran’s husband, 27-year-old Michael Tabacchi died of a self-inflicted stab wound to the chest, according to authorities.

New Jersey officials believe that Michael murdered his wife around 11pm Friday night before killing himself. No motive has been determined at this time.

Officials are not aware of the couple having any financial or marital issues.

An undisclosed text message was sent to Michael’s father from the banker’s cell phone that evening. The text prompted him to drive to his son’s quaint suburban home where he discovered the slain bodies along with a kitchen knife in the floor. There was no note left behind.

Michael Tabacchi (left) and his wife, Iran Pars Tabacchi (right), were found dead in an apparent murder-suicide on February 6, 2015

Michael Tabacchi (left) and his wife, Iran Pars Tabacchi (right), were found dead in an apparent murder-suicide on February 6, 2015

Michael worked for J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. in Manhattan since 2009. He served as a Global Custody Product Manager since October 2013. Prior to this position, he was employed as an Operations Analyst by the banking giant.

The couple, who were married in 2013, had a 15 month old son together. The child was found in the home unharmed.

Another New Jersey resident, Julian Knott, who was the executive director of JPMorgan’s Global Network Operations Center was found dead in an apparent murder-suicide last July.

This is at least the 40th banker who has died under unusual circumstances over the past 13 months.


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35 Comments

  1. I don't buy it do you know how hard it would be to stab yourself, someone is killing these people. 40 people in the last 13 months come on how stupid do they think we are?

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  2. Well in Sherlock.

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  3. theres a lot of pissed of people who lost tons of money when the banks almost went under (motive) , or the banks are still doing illegal crap and these people got in the way , because they found out an were going to blow the whistle

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  4. BULLSHIT. He stabbed himself ? OMG PLZ. How stupid do you think we are ?? How many Bankers have now been executed ??

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  5. Sad, maybe he was a good banker and someone sought his end

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  6. Here is my theory of what happen based on what I read. Someone was hired to kill him, The professional to eliminate any questions decided to set it up as a murder suicide scene first kills wife and then kills husband later his mission is accomplished without harming the baby but then he realized the baby will die if he just left. His best solution was to send a text from banker's phone. If you were a father and you are dying or is going to kill himself you would probably called someone and say hey can you come over and leave the door open.. But obviously it wasn't that way!

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  7. Very very very stupid to the 10th power, is what they think

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  8. It's not who they know, it's what they know or uncovered.

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  9. That is my guess, sadly. =(

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  10. They must have had a stressful job. Too bad the gun laws are so strict. A gun would have been quicker & easier.

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  11. Singer-songwriter Elliot Smith committed suicide by a self-inflicted stabbing. I know, it's hard to imagine.

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  12. Singer-songwriter Elliot Smith committed suicide by a self-inflicted stabbing. I know, it's hard to imagine.

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  13. Anybody that believes they were not both murdered………is a complete moron.

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  14. Anybody that believes they were not both murdered………is a complete moron.

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  15. What do you call 40 dead bankers … ? A slow start ? *gets boo'd off the stage*

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  16. Stabbing your arms and legs to bleed out is a common way to kill yourself…..just sayin

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  17. I think…. and that there is a …… going on so we should …..

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  18. hahaha Facebook can't bust me for saying nothing bitches!

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  19. I will certainly agree that many of them have been murdered outright and then covered up. They certainly have plenty to hide. BUT as an expert on antidepressant adverse reactions I know they have no need to do it the dirty way any longer when they can encourage them to take antidepressants which will get the individual to commit the suicide or murder/suicide for them. Much cleaner that way for them and you get the same result. It has LONG been known in science that when you impair someone's ability to metabolize serotonin (the exact mode of action of antidepressants) the end result is impulsive murder or suicide. That is why they do not allow these wrongful death suits to go to court. Pharma just keeps lying about how the drugs help you so they can rake in their billions while the drugs make people more and more depressed and then psychotic and violent which only brings them more stressed friends and families to drug.

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  20. Bankers suiciding each other as the world pie comes into focus.

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  21. just what I was thinking….I didn't realise there were as many as 40 deaths so recently, but to stab yourself in the heart would be….I don't see it being possible in this situation

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  22. or maybe they are possible whistle blowers who found out something they shouldn't?

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  23. totally agree about the evils of big pharma, especially in the anti-depressant market, no wonder they don't like MDMA, something that actually does what it's supposed to, rather than the exact polar opposite effect, and is not physically addictive

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  24. another chase employee god I hope they get the fucking cocksucker who is the branch manager in Oakdale li you know he is a walking abortion you know who you are d.

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  25. I'm thinking something is fishy. That many bankers!? I wouldn't want to be working for them. Somebody needs to investigate these closer. I think someone is making it look like murder/suicide.

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  26. I'm thinking something is fishy. That many bankers!? I wouldn't want to be working for them. Somebody needs to investigate these closer. I think someone is making it look like murder/suicide.

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  27. My belief is that maybe all of their wrongdoing is finally getting to then. I don't believe in any of the crazy conspiracies. The illuminati isn't it to get all the "whistleblowers". Their consciences are.

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  28. My belief is that maybe all of their wrongdoing is finally getting to then. I don't believe in any of the crazy conspiracies. The illuminati isn't it to get all the "whistleblowers". Their consciences are.

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  29. Think those banks deal with prepaid bank cards STEALING / FRAUD more then 30 bankers in 15 months a big cover up

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  30. That is true when that is not the drug needed or any drug needed. I'm willing to bet that over 90 percent of those deaths are of people prescribed meds by an M.D. *not* a psychiatrist. M.D.s as a group believe the sales literature with the samples they are given and have no idea how they affect the human brain.

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