Thursday morning (November 15), the Feds seized over a million in metals, including two TONS of Ron Paul coins.
The Indiana ‘mint’ is also the headquarters for the National Organization for the Repeal of the Federal Reserve Act & Internal Revenue Code, known as NORFED. NORFED has produced an estimated $20 million its own paper currency in the past decade, claiming the $1, $5 and $10 bills were backed by silver coins stored in Coeur d’Alene.
Feds say: “Consumers who are considering the purchase or use of these items should be aware that they are not genuine United States Mint bullion coins and they are not legal tender.” — PID
November 17, 2007
EVANSVILLE, INDIANA (COURIERPRESS)– Owner Bernard von NotHaus: “I see this as a golden opportunity to go into court and vindicate the liberty dollar as being legal and being the solution to our great country’s monetary problems,” von NotHaus said. “This is going to be a big trial. We’re going to be putting Evansville on the map. Because money is going to be on trial right there in Evansville.” Full Report