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Can Testimony From This Former Senior HSBC Executive Put Away Half Of The Deep State?

by Dave Hodges via Silver Bear Cafe

In one of the most important interviews in the history of The Common Sense Show, I recently interviewed John Cruz, a former Senior Vice-President at HSBC Bank.

After being honorably discharged from the military, John Cruz had obtained what he thought was his dream position as the Senior VP at HSBC Bank only to realize that this job would become the greatest nightmare of his life and with each passing day his life remains in jeopardy.

Little did John Cruz realize that when began to work at HSBC Bank, he was working for the most corrupt bank in the world. HSBC has become the bank of last resort.

When a criminal entity, or terrorist group needs to launder money from drug trafficking, child-sex-trafficking or gun running, HSBC is your bank of choice and the bank was using your stolen social security numbers to facilitate the crimes. Many of you reading these words have had your identity stolen and its being used to facilitate the above-mentioned crimes. And people wonder why identity theft is such a major problem in our country.

The following interview details how John Cruz discovered that his bank was using terrorist money to finance the political campaign of Hillary Clinton and James Comey was a a part of it and people like the future Attorney General of the United States, Loretta Lynch was providing legal cover from the Deep State.

The testimony of this one man could put away prominent members of the Deep State. He has given Congressional testimony, but was ignored. It is time to give this man center-stage.

Here is John Cruz’s story:

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