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Jan Nieuwenhuijs: Gold auditor lied to Congress -- Fort Knox vault seals were broken, metal was moved

By cpowell
Created 2019-12-17 15:18

10:18a ET Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Contradicting testimony given to Congress in 2011 by the Treasury Department's inspector general, Eric M. Thorson, Voima Gold researcher Jan Nieuwenhuijs today produces documentation showing that seals placed on gold vaults at the Fort Knox depository often have been broken so gold could be moved for reasons that have not been explained.

Nieuwenhuijs' painstaking investigation exposes the longstanding inadequacy of the Treasury Department's gold auditing and the department's refusal to answer critical questions. His research implicitly supports suspicions that, far from sitting quietly in the vaults at Fort Knox, the U.S. gold reserve has been in play internationally for many years.

Nieuwenhuijs report is headlined "U.S. Official Gold Reserves Auditor Caught Lying" and it's posted at Voima Gold here:

https://www.voimagold.com/insight/us-official-gold-reserves-auditor-caug... [1]

CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
CPowell@GATA.org [2]



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