Daily Dispatches

Official announcement of GATA/Howe lawsuit

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12:45a EDT Sunday, December 10, 2000

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Not quite two years from its founding, GATA
has accomplished, with the help of Reg Howe,
what we set out to do: Get into court to stop
the suppression of the price of gold. That's
certainly something to be jubilant about. But
in fact our work is just beginning.

For SUSTAINING this lawsuit against motions
for dismissal through summary judgment, and

Now we have to sustain this lawsuit

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Copyright 2000 by the Freemarket Gold & Money Report.
Reprinted by permission.
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By James Turk
Freemarket Gold & Money Report
Letter No. 276
December 11, 2000

The June 1972 break-in at the Democratic headquarters
in the Watergate building in Washington seemed at the
time suspicious to even the casual observer of
government intrigue. The five burglars who were

TheStreet.com takes a look at gold stocks

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GATA'S REG HOWE SUES BIS, FED,
TREASURY, AND 5 INVESTMENT HOUSES
TO STOP GOLD PRICE SUPPRESSION

December 8, 2000

A lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in Boston on
behalf of the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee accuses
five investment houses, the Bank for International
Settlements, and top officials of the U.S. Treasury
Department and U.S. Federal Reserve Board of conspiring
to suppress the price of gold.

Federal Reserve report proves U.S. manipulates gold price

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IF YOU'RE FEELING REALLY BEARISH:
A LOOK AT GOLD STOCKS

By JOHN RUBINO
www.TheStreet.com
December 8, 2000

This is like coming home again, and I don't mean that
in a good way.

Back in the late 1970s I remember really liking a book
on libertarianism by Harry Browne (who might or might
not be the same guy who just ran for president on that
party's ticket).

Besides being (sort of) a philosopher, Browne was a

GATA brings suit to stop gold price suppression

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10:25p EDT Wednesday, December 6, 2000

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

I can't resist pirating GATA Chairman Bill Murphy's
late advisory dispatch tonight to his subscribers at
www.LeMetropoleCafe.com. It's below.

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

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By Bill Murphy
www.LeMetropoleCafe.com
December 6, 2000

In tonight's "Midas" commentary, I mentioned twice that

GATA is having an impact on gold market

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9p EDT Tuesday, December 5, 2000

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

We've broken into the mainstream press in Australia in
a big way with an article published in the December 6
issue of the Australian Financial Review. It appears
below and is stunning for its reporting exactly what
GATA Chairman Bill Murphy has been saying for a long
time now.

Meanwhile, a friend of GATA, Mike Waters, sends news of

Gold market manipulation message is breaking out

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NOT TO BE DUPLICATED WITHOUT PERMISSION
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Midas Commentary for November 26, 2000

By Bill Murphy
www.LeMetropoleCafe.com
November 26, 2000

Spot gold $265.45
Spot silver $4.59

Russian state repository
to concentrate on buying gold

BBC Monitoring Service, November 22, 2000

"Moscow -- Russia's state repository has decided not to

''Midas'' commentary for November 26, 2000

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9:15p EDT Wednesday, November 15, 2000

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

A friend of ours, Dale Schnitzler, has written a
wonderfully supportive letter to Newmont Mining. I'm
attaching it here in the hope that other Newmont
shareholders might send similar letters to the company
and that shareholders of other gold mining companies
might send similar letters to those companies.

One more point .... This week GATA received a generous

An open letter to Newmont: What are you doing for gold?

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10p EDT Monday, November 6, 2000

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

The attempt of the Bank for International Settlements
to expropriate its private shareholders, perhaps to
prevent them from sharing in the bank's gold policy and
profits, made it into the Financial Times yesterday.

As you'll see from the story, reproduced below, this is
now an international issue, and we hope you'll remember

Financial Times tells of opposition to BIS scheme

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October 30, 2000

Mr. Jack E. Thompson
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Homestake Mining
650 California St.
San Francisco, Calif. 94108

Dear Mr. Thompson:

Back in 1947 I wandered into Lead, South Dakota, with,
I think, 8 cents in my pocket and an appetite for
breakfast that impressed even me. There came that
magical moment when somehow I was hired by the
Homestake Mine for the Bull Gang in Mill No. 2.

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