Monday, March 14, 2011

Wow, nothing

Can anyone explain this? Zip, nada, bupkes.

This trial is actually a pretty big deal. Regardless of what you think of the Liberty Dollar (you might be a fan, or you might not), there should be SOME coverage.

8 comments:

Mike said...

Bernard probably doesn't have nice tits jiggling beneath a white dress.

Tom said...

I google "liberty dollar". The forth hit was for libertydollar.org and the notation said "Site removed due to court order".

Our overlords are pissed (scared?).

Plans to Prosper said...

Something's up, but it's not what you think. I googled "Bernard von NotHaus" from a fresh google page and got 89,600 results. Also, "bernard von nothaus" is the second auto-suggestion when you type "Benard v".

The problem is with your link. Try this one instead: http://www.google.com/search?q=%22Bernard+von+NotHaus%22

VicOquendo said...

You've probably already found it, but this link seems pretty informative about current status, although perhaps a bit biased.

http://www.liberty4free.com/Liberty%20Dollar%20Trial.htm

-Vic

Jay said...

@ Plans: I think he was talking about in the _news_, not just on the web.

I've had a number of conversations with people, even knowledgeable and well-read people (BigLaw lawyers and such), that involve them saying something like, "Well it's not like there's anything stopping you from having a competing currency - if people wanted to they could just use gold coins! It's a free country!"

I'd say the Liberty Dollar is a pretty clear counter-example to that hypothesis.

Tom Rod said...
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Tom Rod said...

or

https://encrypted.google.com/search?q=bernard+von+nuthaus

Not a problem.

Turn off google instant. Or use Google Encrypted.

Must not be enough activity to show up in google instant.

Innisfree said...

http://charlotte.fbi.gov/dojpressrel/pressrel11/ce031811.htm

just convicted. Up to 15 years in prison.

“Attempts to undermine the legitimate currency of this country are simply a unique form of domestic terrorism,”

Seems like someone at the Fed was scared pretty badly -- someone noticed the emperor has no clothes