1981 Article: 7,000 Tons of Gold Bullion Removed from Fort Knox From 1973-74!

1981 Article: 7,000 Tons of Gold Bullion Removed from Fort Knox From 1973-74!
 (silverdoctors)

SD has discovered the manuscript of a 1981 article by The Globe which reported that 7,000 tons of gold bullion were removed from Fort Knox from $1973-74, and the only bullion that remained was from melted down gold coins & was of such poor quality (at least 10% copper) that it would not be accepted on the open market by any nation.

“300 truckloads of bullion were simply driven away.”



The American Gold Commission in Washington will this week begin an examination of Treasury documents to decide whether 7000 tons of gold, enough to fill 300 lorries, has been stolen from Fort Knox, the world’s biggest and most protected bullion store.

Comment by HwΩΩd♪ on January 18, 2014 at 4:00pm

It's all gone America, didn't need it after TrickyDik did away w/ a Gold Standard and a Treasury, Federal Reserve notes RULE!!!!!!!!

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