“Sterling Currency Items of Interest” by GK – 1.3.23


Entry Submitted by GK at 8:07 PM ET on January 3, 2023

I checked on the Atlanta Northern District Sterling Currency Case and saw these items. Of note the owners are in custody and it appears they may be witnesses in a prison and held in Washington DC? I may be interpreting that all wrong but previously they were out on bond for a long time. It sounds like an agreement to witness something. Perhaps the higher ups who made sure that Sterling had the currency could have been an entity such as Halliburton. Pure speculation. Names such as Blackrock. Vanguard, Carlyles Group… Somewhere in the middle of the usual suspects, money laundering? Most seemed to understand the layaway plans likely were offering agreements on stock that didn’t exist.

Again I am just spitballing.

Tyson Rhame asked me to provide evidence that I sold some dinar and dong to a bank in Wisconsin. I was able to provide those receipts and I hope it helped his case. Because the lie being used against them, in part, was that they were selling a currency that was not valid. Well if a major bank took it in and paid out for it, that destroyed that premise that would have otherwise hurt the owners of Sterling. I received about 69% of what I paid for it. Hey, I needed to pay rent. That was back in 2014 or 2015 if I recall correctly.

I suspect Tyson read something I wrote on these blogs and knew I had valuable evidence. I believe in the truth and let the truth be heard. I do believe I was answering a person on Exogen’s blog years before who had said no one had cashed in dinar. I said that I had. It was BMO Harris bank in Madison Wisconsin. Formerly M& I — bank.

Remember a time when news provided stories like this? Just kept people abreast of seemingly small details? Details that might not be as small as one might think. I’ll keep digging.




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