From E.B. Tucker, Editor, Casey Research:
David Rossi picked a painful way to commit suicide.
On March 6, 2013, the successful 51-year-old bank executive apparently jumped backwards out of his third-story office window. He landed on his back 30 feet below in the cobblestone alley behind his office.
If this sounds suspicious to you, you’re not alone. Rossi’s wife, Antonella, believes he was murdered. She says he was killed because he “knew too much.” The facts seem to back up her claim.
A closed-circuit security camera in the cobblestone alley caught footage of Rossi’s backwards fall. The video is time- and date-stamped and the body is clearly his. What the camera catches in the minutes that follow is even more suspicious.
After he hits the ground, an object falls from the window, landing next to him. Police said it was his wristwatch, minus the band.
A few minutes later, the video shows