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Max Keiser interviews TF Metal Report's Turd Ferguson
11:16a ET Friday, September 13, 2013
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:
Somehow the provocateur of international financial journalism, Max Keiser, and his sidekick, Stacy Hebert, were allowed into the United States this month for an edition of "The Keiser Report" on the Russia Today television network and were allowed to interview the TF Metals Report's Turd Ferguson about JPMorganChase's switch from short to long gold futures. Not only that -- the interview took place outside the JPMorganChase building in New York. The program is posted at YouTube here --
-- and the segment with Ferguson begins at the 12:47 mark.
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