GATA Chairman Bill Murphy was interviewed today for about 20 minutes by Lauren Lyster on the cable television network Russia Today’s “Capital Account” program. There’s a reason why the subject — gold market manipulation — can be discussed only in non-Western news media, and the continuing interest shown in it by Russia Today, a creation of the Russia government, suggests that governments not part of the market rigging have long figured it out. CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
“FAT FINGER??? When a real fat finger occurred in the US Stock market, CNBC covered it upside down and backwards for hours and hours. Not one of the Muppets mentioned such an occurrence in the gold market yesterday. (…)
The only explanation to me for no one following through on this story is that journalists really are that afraid of the big banks and the US Government … the very same people GATA has taken on for over 12 years. (…) This was no FAT FINGER. It was a middle finger to the markets, investors, and regulators from JP Morgan, or one of their allies.” Bill Murphy (1)
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