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Can You Solve Wall Street's Mystery Murder Of Al Chalem?
Posted: Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Joined: 7/28/2015
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Here are some clues to help you get started...

1. Al hung out a lot at the Russian Tea House in New York City.

2. Al did a lot of off-shore stuff as favors to politicians who kept him out of jail

3. Al was a wired FBI informant at the time of his collision with multiple bullets

4. Two guns were used, but don't jump to conclusions

5. Al was under 24 hour FBI surveleilance

6. There was no forced entry or sign of a struggle. Al knew his assailant.

7.  Al's dealings with naked short sellers are infamous (i.e. Fiero Brothers)

8.  There was plenty of cash in Al's wallet along with his credit cards - not a robbery

9.  Just like W was so quick to blame Saddam after 911, Business Week writer Gary Weiss rushed to blame the Italian mobsters. Why?

The FBI has interviewed over 200 witnesses over 15 years and they recovered the murder weapon 14 years ago. They have told old police agencies a Russian mobster name Mikhail was responsible, yet he has not been arrested. What do you make of all this?




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