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Indictments for rigging suggest two factions in U.S. govt., GATA chairman says

Section: Daily Dispatches

8:04p ET Tuesday, September 17, 2019

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GATA Chairman Bill Murphy, interviewed today by Paul Eberhart of Silver Doctors, speculated that the increasing indictments of JPMorganChase personnel for gold market rigging suggest that there are two factions in the U.S. government, one superintending the rigging and one fighting it.

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Murphy added that JPMorganChase CEO Jamie Dimon must have known about the market manipulation undertaken by the bank's traders.

Murphy also said he believes that silver has become more sensitive than gold for those trying to suppress the monetary metals.

And why, Murphy wondered, is the Justice Department doing work that the Commodity Futures Trading Commission should be doing?

The interview is 25 minutes long and can be viewed at YouTube here:

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

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