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Is gold cabal wrecking South Africa''s currency?

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11p EDT Thursday, January 10, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Harmony Gold today issued a wonderfully encouraging
statement by email to a half dozen GATA supporters who
had written to the company in support of our cause.
The statement is being posted all over the Internet
already, so I'll attach it below.

It is important for a few reasons.

First, it shows that Harmony believes in its product

Harmony issues statement in support of GATA

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BASEL, Switzerland, Jan. 8 (Reuters) -- Central bank
shareholders of the Bank for International Settlements
voted unanimously on Monday to buy back all shares from
private shareholders, ignoring threats of a legal
challenge.

The BIS, an international institution that serves as a
bank to central banks, stuck by a plan to pay 6,000
Swiss francs per share for the 72,648 shares, or 13.73
percent, of its total capital its member central banks

A stir in Germany and a press agent in South Africa

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9:25p EDT Sunday, January 7, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

The French news agency, Agence France Presse, has
just distributed a news story about our lawsuit against
the Bank for International Settlements, whose board is
scheduled to meet tomorrow to vote formally on the
expropriation of its private shareholders.

Odds are that the AFP story will be published in
newspapers throughout France.

BIS approves dispossession of private shareholders

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By Bill Murphy, Chairman
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
January 9, 2001

We have received tremendous feedback from Germany as a
result of the article in Der Spiegel about the
manipulation of the gold price and Reg Howe's lawsuit
against the Bank for International Settlements, bullion
banks, and U.S. government officials. The article has
created a stir in Germany.

GATA webmaster Geoff Barnes has displayed the Der

French news agency reports GATA lawsuit against BIS

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REPEATING FOR SUBSCRIBERS WHO
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11:16p EDT Saturday, January 6, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Thanks to GATA member Alex Wallenwein for this
translation of the story in Der Spiegel, the
major German news magazine, about our lawsuit
against the Bank for International Settlements
and the other conspirators against gold.

English translation of Der Spiegel article about GATA lawsuit

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11:16p EDT Saturday, January 6, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Thanks to GATA member Alex Wallenwein for this
translation of the story in Der Spiegel, the
major German news magazine, about our lawsuit
against the Bank for International Settlements
and the other conspirators against gold.

The story is enormously favorable to us and we
think it may have a huge impact in Europe. Please

Another fraud lawsuit follows GATA action against BIS

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9p EDT Friday, January 5, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Here's news of more good publicity for the cause,
from a GATA member. Many thanks to him for passing
this along.

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

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I don't know if you listen to talk radio up in New
England, but last night I tuned into WABC-770AM in New
York during the popular Steve Malzberg Show. WABC is a

English translation of Der Spiegel story on GATA lawsuit

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By Bill Murphy, Chairman
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
January 6, 2001

I just received the following email from Reinhard
Deutsch in Germany.

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Hallo Bill,

The big German Magazine Der Spiegel just published an
article about Reg Howe's legal action and GATA (with a
link to GATA). It is on their web site now but it will
be in the magazine on Monday. Here is the URL:

http://www.spiegel.de/wirtschaft/maerkte/0,1518,111068,00.html

German magazine Der Spiegel reports on GATA lawsuit

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Societe Generale Follows Howe/GATA,
Files Fraud Lawsuit against BIS

By Bill Murphy, Chairman
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
January 6, 2001

Here's a story from Bloomberg News:

"New York, Jan. 5 (Bloomberg) -- The Bank for
International Settlements, which is controlled by 49 of
the world's largest banks, has been accused of scheming
to cheat investors as it moves to buy out public

New York talk radio show discusses GATA/Howe lawsuit

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8:11p EDT January 1, 2001

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Our lawsuit with Reg Howe has just gotten some great exposure in The
Australian, a major newspaper in Australian, thanks to the following
column by James Dunn of www.Investorweb.com.au.

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

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Golden chance awaits miners

By James Dunn
The Australian
December 30, 2000

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