Tuesday, 7 February 2017

Anti Trust Lawsuits against global players in Gold and Silver rate rigging scheme picking up steam?


 Anti Trust Lawsuits against global players in Gold and Silver rate rigging scheme picking up steam?

From GATA (Gold Anti Trust Action Committee) we can see that this may indeed be true. Its perhaps a good reason there are many people employed on internet forums  bulletin boards attempting to convince shareholders in other companies which have also been subject to these manipulation and rigging schemes that no real crime has occurred.

 The truth will win in the end however and justice is never far from truth.

From www.gata.org

                                               **********************

Silver-rigging anti-trust lawsuits against JPMorganChase reinstated

Section:
11:25p ET Thursday, February 2, 2017
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:
Market Slant reports tonight that the U.S. 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals in New York has reinstated the silver-market rigging lawsuits against JPMorganChase, finding that the district court judge who dismissed the lawsuits engaged in "impermissible fact finding." The case returns to the district court for more proceedings and presumably evidence discovery and deposition. Market Slant's report is posted here:
https://www.marketslant.com/articles/jp-morgan-silver-rigging-dismissal-...
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
CPowell@GATA.org
                                                    **************************
 And over in London..

                                                    **************************

U.K.-based class action planned against worldwide gold and silver rigging


Section:
9:16p ET Saturday, February 4, 2017
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:
A British law firm, Leon Kaye Solicitors, with offices in London, Portugal, and Spain, is contemplating bringing a class-action lawsuit under the United Kingdom's Competition Act against financial institutions suspected or already accused of manipulating the gold and silver markets. The firm is seeking contact with investors who believe they may have been harmed by such manipulation.
To the best of GATA's knowledge, similar lawsuits have been brought so far only in the United States and Canada, and it would be a shame to give crooked gold and silver traders and bullion banks a pass in London, which remains the center of metals trading. It appears that people living outside the United Kingdom can become plaintiffs there.
With luck discovery and deposition in all these lawsuits eventually may expose and incriminate central banks in the market rigging, as they commonly intervene in the markets through intermediary financial houses.
Information about the possible class action in the U.K. is posted at the Leon Kaye Solicitors internet site here:
http://www.leonkaye.co.uk/class-actions/possible-manipulation-gold-silve...
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.
CPowell@GATA.org

                                                     ***************************


No comments:

Post a Comment