MoneyNetNews reports that the government's great e-gold robbery continues apace. They report that $11.3 million worth of e-gold has been liquidated into U.S. dollars and turned over to the government--without, they report, any official civil case being filed, which means the people robbed don't yet know why, nor have any legal recourse currently to defend themselves. (The story, written in a decidedly non-pro-journalism manner, does not quote any government source.)
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