The Case of the JP Morgan Six
And why this case is revealing that gold/silver, not BTC, is the real threat to the racket known as the global banking fiat currency system
Editor’s Correction: When I searched for photos of the JP Morgan bankers under trial referenced in this article, I could only find two photos for Christopher Jordan. However, the one I have now posted, as it was taken from an old LinkedIn profile, I believe to be the correct one because his listed professional history on his LinkedIn profile matches the time he was reported as being at JP Morgan. The other photo I’ve taken down was the only other one I could find online that accompanied an article about JP Morgan bankers but was most likely not a real photo of Christopher Jordan.
After following the case of JP Morgan gold price manipulator and criminal John Edmonds for years and writing about the importance of this case extensively here and here, Edmonds’s sentencing was postponed four consecutive times since December 2018, causing me to fear that then US President Donald Trump would pardon all JP Morgan criminals (five other co-conspirators were named after Edmonds’s arrest) on his way out of office and let these banking criminals walk scot free as usual. The reason I have been so interested in this particular case, ever since becoming aware of it in 2018, was because of reported various leaks that the multiple delays in Edmonds’s sentencing was due to his cooperation with the prosecution in naming more senior JP Morgan bankers involved in the criminal racket of spoofing gold, silver, platinum and palladium prices up and down, all of which created hundreds of millions of dollars in losses for those that traded such markets against the direction of JP Morgan spoofing.
And as I know there is no honor among thieves, I knew that all JP Morgan bankers would turn on each other in attempts to lessen their sentences. Thus, I was interested in how much squealing Edmonds and his co-conspirators would do when they inevitably turned on each other in attempts to save their own hides. Miraculously, that time has finally arrived. So let’s explore what has been revealed thus far about the JP Morgan Six and the criminal racket they executed for years, and likely decades.
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