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Federal government seeking to make forms of bartering illegal after court ruling

The Federal government is trying to establish bartering private currency of any type as an illegal enterprise in a false interpretation of the court's recent conviction of Liberty Dollar's owner Bernard Von NotHaus. In a case where the government used conspiracy and counterfeit charges against NotHaus to establish that he intended to mint and illegally replace US currency with a private one using silver coins, the US Attorney is now parlaying the conviction to say that this ruling sets a precident against any private barter transactions which use any form of currency besides established Federal Reserve Notes. The Federal government also is seeking on April 4th to take receipt of the $7 Million dollars in silver 'Liberty Dollars' that were minted and sold by Von NotHaus. The idea for using private currency for barter transactions is not new, and in fact is currently being done in a few cities around the country. In Detroit for example, a group of businesses created their own b

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That will be easy for them.Americans don`t really give a damn about their country in the first place.It will be a cake walk for Barry and his demons,well! to do anything they want to do,whenever they want to do it...The New Republicans are a joke,and the biggest Joke is the New Nancy.The only difference it that the New Nancy Cry`s allot.

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