German TV interviews Dimitri Speck on gold price suppression

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9:55a ET Saturday, March 28, 2009

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

This seems to be the month for publicizing the gold price suppression scheme around the world.

First GATA board member Adrian Douglas was interviewed about the gold price suppression scheme on the Russia Today television network.

Then GATA Chairman Bill Murphy was interviewed about it on Bloomberg Television.

The Times of London published a story about it and GATA's work.

And yesterday the German business television network Deutsches Anleger Fernsehen (DAF), headquartered in Kulmbach, broadcast an interview about the gold price manipulation scheme with Dimitri Speck, who has been researching and publicizing the scheme since 2001 and was perhaps the first European market analyst to do so. (An index of some of Speck's research essays on the subject can be found at Gold-Eagle here: http://www.gold-eagle.com/research/speckndx.html.) Speck, chief financial engineer for Staedel Hanseatic, a quantitative asset management house, also is proprietor of the market analysis Internet site Seasonal-Charts.com (http://www.seasonal-charts.com).

You can watch DAF's interview with Speck at the network's Internet site here:

http://www2.anleger-fernsehen.de/daf_vod_aktie.html?id=40118874&name=Exk...

Or try this abbreviated link:

http://tinyurl.com/dlgae4

It will help if you can understand German. But even if you can't, you'll make out words that sound a lot like "intervention" and "manipulation."

Now if only your secretary-treasurer can become a contestant on "Dancing with the Central Bankers," Bernanke and Geithner can kiss their toes goodbye!

CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

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