Seniors beat up financial adviser with Zimmer frame

Beating up a financial adviser with a Zimmer frame is more than the whole of America has managed to do with Wall Street since 1929. Some German pensioners now known as the OAP mob are now heroes and being charged for this bit of “natural regulation”… The OAP mob are also now getting fan mail, according to German police.

http://www.digitaljournal.com
December 9, 2009

Seniors beat up financial adviser with Zimmer frame
Paul Wallis

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A zimmer frame. [WikiFranchise.org ed.]

Beating up a financial adviser with a Zimmer frame is more than the whole of America has managed to do with Wall Street since 1929. Some German pensioners now known as the OAP mob are now heroes and being charged for this bit of “natural regulation”.

The pensioners are claimed to have kidnapped American born adviser James Amburn and allegedly tortured him. They had to stop regularly because they became out of breath. Amburn claims he was chained up in a cellar, and has two broken ribs.

The problem was that the OAP mob had lost their $3.6 million investments in Kuwait and elsewhere. Amburn escaped after convincing them to allow him to send a fax to a bank, on which he left a note telling whoever received the fax to call the police.

Unfortunately for Amburn, he used the English word for police, which in German means policy. (The German word for police is “polizei”.) Eventually someone figured it out, and a SWAT team arrived and freed him after a failed escape attempt in which the OAP mob’s neighbors caught him when they claimed he was a burglar. Amburn claims that it was after this attempt that he sustained the two broken ribs.

The OAP mob was charged with illegal hostage taking and grievous bodily harm. Amburn states that he was also threatened with the Russian mafia, and is still in fear of his life.

The OAP mob are also now getting fan mail, according to German police. German authorities are however somewhat disenchanted with the OAP mob, who they claim had invested undeclared “black” money and lost it.

Interesting to note that regulation of financial markets, when carried out by alleged criminals, attracts more favorable attention than government regulation.

The US might want to check out a pilot program. There might yet be a use for all those gangstas.

http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/283500


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