BBC's 'Panorama' killed report exposing silver market manipulation
Ned Naylor-Leyland, investment director of Cheviot Asset Management in London, interviewed by Max Keiser on yesterday's edition of "The Keiser Report" on the Russia Today television network, revealed that the British Broadcasting Corp.'s investigative journalism TV program, "Panorama," killed a report exposing silver market manipulation even after doing substantial interviews that provided evidence of manipulation.
Naylor-Leyland added that the failure of the mainstream news media to confront and expose it is what most sustains market manipulation.
Naylor-Leyland's segment of yesterday's "Keiser Report" begins at 12:37 here:
Embry to speak in Vancouver and join Bishop at GATA receptionSubmitted by cpowell on 01:55PM ET Wednesday, December 5, 2012. Section: Daily Dispatches
4:51p ET Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Sprott Asset Management's chief investment strategist, John Embry, has joined the speaker roster for Cambridge House's Vancouver Resource Investment Conference January 20 and 21, 2013, and will attend GATA's fundraising cocktail reception at the conclusion of the conference, at which Bob Bishop, former editor of Gold Mining Stock Report, will come out of retirement to speak.
Other GATA-friendly speakers at the conference will include Al Korelin of the Korelin Economics Report, Peter Grandich of The Grandich Letter, David Morgan of Silver-Investor.com, David Franklin of Sprott Asset Management, Tom Calandra of The Calandra Report, Frank Holmes of U.S. Global Investors, newsletter writer Jay Taylor, GoldSeek.com's Peter Spina, and Ron Hera of Hera Research.
Representing GATA and speaking at the conference will be Chairman Bill Murphy, Board of Directors member Ed Steer, and your secretary/treasurer.
GATA's fundraising reception will be held in the Cypress Room at the Pan Pacific hotel (a block from the Vancouver Convention Centre West, where the conference is being held) from 5 to 7:30 p.m. on Monday, January 21. There will be free snacks and a cash bar. There will be no admission charge but those who attend should feel free to fill your secretary/treasurer's pockets with depreciating fiat currency notes or bank checks drawn on the same. We'll know how to give them value, as by undertaking new freedom-of-information lawsuits against the U.S. Federal Reserve, Federal Open Market Committee, Treasury Department, and State Department:
Admission to the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference itself is free for those who register in advance, and the conference has arranged discount rates for attendees at two beautiful hotels next to the convention center, the aforementioned Pan Pacific and the Fairmont Waterfront.
The conference's Internet site is here:
So please join us, Bob Bishop, and John Embry in Vancouver in January and help us keep our organization going -- and secretive, market-rigging central banking on the run.
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.