The pile of dead JPMorgan employees continues to grow, as 34 year old Jason Alan Salais, who had been an Information Technology specialist at JPMorgan since 2008, has been found dead outside a Walgreens pharmacy.
As Wall Street on Parade reports, Salais reportedly dead of a myocardial infarction (heart attack) outside a Walgreens Pharmacy:
On the evening of Sunday, December 15 of last year, six weeks before the onset of the latest rash of tragic deaths of young men in their 30s employed at JPMorgan, the Pearland, Texas police received a call of a person in distress outside a Walgreens pharmacy at 6122 Broadway in Pearland. The individual in distress was Jason Alan Salais, a 34-year old Information Technology specialist who had worked at JPMorgan Chase since May 2008.
A family member confirmed to Wall Street On Parade that Salais died of a heart attack on the same evening the report of distress went in to the police. The incidence of heart attack or myocardial infarction among men aged 20 to 39 is one half of one percent of the population, according to the National Center for Health Statistics and National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, based on 2007 to 2010 data, marking this as another unusual death at JPMorgan.
As the report correctly points out, the incidence of MI among men in Salais’ age group is under 0.5%.
Under normal circumstances, Salais’ death would not be given a second thought.
However, considering the recent rash of JPMorgan and other top bank executives who have been turning up dead, the death merits mentioning- Particularly considering the fact that Salais suffered an MI in the parking lot of a Walgreens Pharmacy, where chemical substances capable of inducing an MI (without leaving a trace) such as potassium chloride, calcium gluconate, and others are readily available.
Salais’ death could simply be an unrelated unfortunate event for the JPM IT specialist. Or…those with something to hide could be upping their game from suicide by nail gun to the perfect murder.