July 8, 2008
From information found on the distributed Gotham National Bank deposit slip, a bank employee's webmail was discovered and broken into. The owner of the account is presumed to be the bank's manager. Links between email references have been added to facilitate our investigation.
Sender: Anthony Raller
You see the latest poll results? Looks like our boy Garcetti is gonna get whipped by Dent. You can get dizzy from the spin by just glancing at their campaign blather. Since I don't wanna be the only one hurling up my bagel...
Sender: Romeo Camera
won't be by on Monday like the usual. I'll be there with Rosolio on Tuesday with the drop off. You'll be in your office around 10 right?
Sender: James Levine
James Levine from The Gotham Times here. If you haven't been following my stories, I've been on the organized crime beat for years. I'm also a regular commentator on Gotham Cable News.
I'm following up on a lead I'd like to ask you a couple questions about. Nothing too serious. Just trying to connect some wayward dots over here.
When would be a good time for me to swing by?
The Gotham Times
With gas prices rising, Gotham National Bank is making discounted Gotham City Rail passes available to all employees. Rail Passes are also good on the Gotham Ferry. For more information, visit Gotham City Rail and Gotham Ferries online or stop by the HR office.
Additional discounts are also available to bank employees at a wide-variety of local establishments. Rossi's Deli, Pasquale's Bistro, and Betty's House of Pies all give a 10% discount if you show your employee badge.
To: Romeo Camera
fine, but no later. I got the paperwork ready and stamped to get this all cleaned up.
But that Myles woman's going to be around so make sure you come right to my office. If she says anything to you, say it's a private banking matter for select clients I've been handling for years.
To: Romeo Camera
Didn't see you and your associate today. Are you coming or not? It's not good for any of us if your employer's deposit isn't made. I don't exactly want to be answering to him under that kind of condition. I need to get that deposit in and cleared before the phones start ringing. I called you but haven't heard back. I'll try Rosolio next.
To: Stevie Rosolio
Just tried your phone. Romeo isn't returning my calls or emails. Heads are going to roll if this deposit doesn't go in. This is unacceptable.
To: James Levine
Dear Mr. Levine,
Unfortunately, it's against bank policy to talk to the press. Good luck with your investigation.
- There was correspondence between the bank manager, Romeo Camera, and Stevie Rosolio. Camera and Rosolio were found dead on June 25, tied to the opposite ends of a see-saw. Since they were providing deposits for the manager, it was deduced that they had direct connections to the mob's money in the bank, which the Joker capitalized on. The mysterious murders intrigued the GPD, but we could not form any conclusions at the time.
- Reporter James Levine was also investigating the bank, but failed to get through to the bank manager.