The suicide last month of acting Freddie Mac chief financial officer David Kellerman apparently sparked an obstruction of justice investigation by the Troubled Asset Relief Program's special inspector general, Gawker has learned.
David Kellerman, the Freddie Mac CFO who committed suicide this week, was told by HR to take some time off from work, shortly before he killed himself. The "job stress" scenario looks ever more likely.
The media's had a good half day now to find out more about David Kellerman, the Freddie Mac CFO who committed suicide early this morning. He hung himself. The "job stress" scenario is looking plausible: