NY Times: Prison May Be the Next Stop on a Gold Currency Journey

Kaye Beach

Nov. 16, 2012

Excellent NY Times article on the saga of Bernard von NotHaus and his Liberty Dollar.

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Published: October 24, 2012

MALIBU, Calif. — High above the cliff tops and the beach bars, up a winding mountain road, in a borrowed house on someone else’s ranch, an unusual criminal is waiting for his fate.

His name is Bernard von NotHaus, and he is a professed “monetary architect” and a maker of custom coins found guilty last spring of counterfeiting charges for minting and distributing a form of private money called the Liberty Dollar.

Described by some as “the Rosa Parks of the constitutional currency movement,” Mr. von NotHaus managed over the last decade to get more than 60 million real dollars’ worth of his precious metal-backed currency into circulation across the country — so much, and with such deep penetration, that the prosecutor overseeing his case accused him of “domestic terrorism” for using them to undermine the government.

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One response to “NY Times: Prison May Be the Next Stop on a Gold Currency Journey

  1. I pray the Lord blesses and protects Mr. von NotHaus but I get the feeling that he will be martyred for the cause. History will be kind to him …

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