Okay. Iâ€™ve hesitated to post this blog entry simply because I hate to mess up with life and death situations. Itâ€™s too intense and I donâ€™t want to be rude or wrong. But since the world is almost sure that Samuel Israel, the former founder of Bayou Group LLC is fooling everyone with his phony suicide , why not speculating about the conditions of his very unlikely death?
Iâ€™m hoping that he did not kill himself, no matter how painless death is when granted by the act of jumping off a bridge. I would feel lousy to poke fun at a suicide victim, if he was one and to have hurt his family. After all, the crook is a human being. But since everyone is convinced that the suicide is fake â€“and I mean everyone: Not just my colleagues but also the market, the investors, the U.S. authorities, the New York State Police, the FBIâ€¦I suspect Fed chairman Ben Bernanke will have a speech about that too—then let me free myself from any guilt. Since the thief is probably on the lam , letâ€™s talk about suicide frauds and unfound corpses.
I only have two points remotely related to the key issue which is: Where is he?