After being reported missing, a reputed government informant and whistleblower was discovered dead in Los Angeles.

April 28, 2022By chetan

A police official said Wednesday that a suspected federal informant and whistleblower who went missing after he was alleged to have turned over a trove of confidential papers about Deutsche Bank was discovered dead at a Los Angeles school this week.

Woodrow Wilson School

On Monday, a man thought to have cooperated with federal authorities on an investigation into Deutsche Bank's actions and its ties to former President Donald Trump was discovered dead on the campus of an El Sereno high school.

Around 6:40 a.m. Monday, a cleaning staff discovered Valentin Broeksmit, 45, who characterized himself as a "comically horrible spy." According to the Los Angeles County Coroner, he was pronounced dead at around 7:05 a.m. on the Woodrow Wilson High School campus in the 4500 block of Multnomah Street. In the absence of an autopsy, officials have not released a cause of death.

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Broeksmit was last seen driving a red Mini Cooper on Riverside Drive on the afternoon of April 6, 2021, and was later reported missing by relatives, according to Los Angeles police.

Broeksmit's vehicle was discovered, but he remained missing, according to the agency.

Perez said he seemed to be homeless on Wednesday.

Broeksmit was a musician and the son of a Deutsche Bank executive who died by suicide in 2014, according to a 2019 story in The New York Times.

Broeksmit had handed Stedman "Deutsche Bank materials that indicated the bank's significant Russia connections," according to Stedman.

"It's a pretty sad situation," he continued. "I don't believe there was any wrongdoing. Val had an on-again, off-again relationship with narcotics. I'm awaiting more information."

Broeksmit struggled with drug misuse and would often construct "far-fetched notions" while bending the truth, according to New York Times reporter David Enrich, who said Broeksmit assisted the FBI in its investigation into the banking institution.

Broeksmit's father committed himself in 2014, according to Stedman, which plagued the 45-year-old.

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