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Avoiding the Obvious - Ted Butler
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    Default Avoiding the Obvious - Ted Butler

    A new interview by James McDonald, Director of Enforcement for the U.S. Commodity Future Trading Commission (CFTC), on Friday makes it clear that neither he nor the Commission has any intent to address the obvious manipulation of the silver market, conducted principally by JPMorgan. As a reminder, preventing manipulation is the primary mission of the CFTC.

    https://www.cftc.gov/ click on podcast April 20, 2018

    What youíll hear is a self-congratulatory review of what a great job the agency is doing in terms of market manipulation in precious metals and how the agency welcomes and takes very serious and always follows up on all allegations to the fullest extent; even offering multi-million dollar rewards under its whistleblower program.

    McDonald acknowledged that the agency has received more public complaints on precious metals manipulation (silver specifically) than on any other market and wished to assure the public that the CFTC was diligently protecting it from the evils of price manipulation. Itís true the agency has brought many more cases involving spoofing and other fraudulent acts and for that both McDonald and the Commission should be commended. But both are avoiding the 800 pound gorilla of silver manipulation and JPMorgan standing right in front of them.

    http://silverseek.com/commentary/avoiding-obvious-17229
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    Ted, forget the manipulation for one minute and just address this issue of all the Silver that you claim JP Morgan has in it's vault.

    Why would you expect anyone from the CFTC to ever take you seriously when you Make these wild accusation regarding JP Morgan and this huge amount of Silver you were theorizing about that you then turned into fact.

    I still can't believe anyone, let alone JP Morgan would buy 10's of Millions of American Silver Eagles at $2 over spot and then pay an additional fee to have those ultra expensive ASE's melted down and turned into 1,000 ounce bars from which they came.

    I know you may believe the fix is in with the US Government, but for JP Morgan to actually buy those ASE's from the US Mint they are suppose to be a distributor and not exclusively for their own personal use.

    If they really were allowed to purchase all those ASE's for themselves violating the US Mint policy regarding the distribution of ASE's and qualifications to be a distributor for the US Mint, why would anyone at the CFTC do anything that acts against whatever it is you believe the government is secretly up to through JP Morgan?

    I want to know where you got your information to support your original theory regarding all those millions of ASE's you believe JP Morgan bought?

    Why is it JP Morgan can't be storing Silver for it's customers and only storing Silver for themselves?

    Is Brinks storing Silver for themselves in their vaults or for customers and why is JP Morgan any different?
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