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Deutsche Bank (DB) has agreed to compensate litigants, and grass up accomplices. Only in USA for now, nothing said about Canadian case.

The story so far....http://in.reuters.com/article/deutsche-bank-lawsuit-metals-idINL2N17H1IA

The US court papers....http://www.gata.org/files/DeutschBankClassActionLawsuit.pdf

The Canadian papers...https://kmlaw.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Gold_SOC1_15jan16.pdf

Will this lead to the holy grail of an empty central bank gold vault!!!.......will DB grass up a Central Bank??.....will Digger have to eat humble pie and start singing GATA marching songs..._

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Andrew Maguire gets excited about the Shanghai Gold Exchange, and briefly mentions Deutsche Bank. But is holed below the water line because gold has dropped £20 an ounce this week.....nice try Andy, but no cigar. http://kingworldnews.com/whistleblower-andrew-maguire-and-deutsche-banks-confession-as-china-checkmates-the-west-in-the-gold-war/

And then there is Sputnik News.........(I saved the worst till last).....enjoy your weekends peeps..._http://sputniknews.com/analysis/20160419/1038265226/gold-deutsche-bank-manipulation.html

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Not quite clear what Jim Sinclair's tactics are, but I'm sure he is trying to get a few bob out of Deutsche Bank et al.


A thought crossed my mind, what happens if it turns out that the silver price was fixed up, more than it was fixed down........will litigants then have to compensate the banks?..._

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