Green Beret-Turned-Wall St Banker Drops Dead of Vax-Induced Heart Failure at 35

A Bank of America investment banker has dropped dead from Covid mRNA vaccine side effects at just 35 years old, according to reports.

Leo Lukenas III was a Green Beret-turned Wall Street banker.

His sudden death was revealed by his family in posts on social media.

According to the New York Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, Lukenas died unexpectedly after suffering an “acute coronary artery thrombus.”

The disease causes the formation of a blood clot inside a blood vessel of the heart.

According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), acute coronary artery thrombus is caused by Covid mRNA vaccines.

The Bank of America confirmed earlier this week that an employee had died but didn’t identify the deceased.

However, social media posts from his family confirmed that it was Lukenas who had died suddenly.

The deceased was identified by his twin brother Les Lukenas whose LinkedIn page contained a post about the death.

The post connected to his brother’s LinkedIn page which showed he was an investment banking associate at Bank of America.

Lukenas’s brother confirmed that he was 35 when he died.

According to his LinkedIn profile, Lukenas graduated in 2010 from Sonoma State University in California.

He then spent a decade in Army Special Operations as a member of the U.S. Green Beret special forces.

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After retiring from the military, he joined Bank of America in 2023.

“Tragically, Leo passed away on May 2, 2024, leaving behind his wife and two children,” according to a message on a fundraising website.

The post carried a photo of the army veteran and his family.

Les Lukenas asked people to donate to Leo’s family on the website.

“I am grateful for the 35 years we spent together, side by side, from playing junior golf to earning our Green Berets,” he wrote.

Lukenas was part of Bank of America’s financial institutions group (FIG) team.

The team advises bank clients on deals, according to his LinkedIn page.

Investment bankers are typically key fee generators for Wall Street banks.

Global banking, which also houses Bank of America’s investment bank, accounted for around 30% of the bank’s income in the first quarter.

The death has shocked colleagues and ex-bank employees, according to reports.

In a statement, Bank of America said:

“Our focus is on doing whatever we can to support the family and our team, who is devastated.”

The bank is also paying for any staff to attend the late banker’s funeral, it said.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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