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Fed Economist Fired for Investigating
Odd Pre-9 11 Bank Note Shipments
Fed Economist William Bergman noticed that there had been a huge surge in currency shipments amounting to billions of dollars in currency in the July and August immediately preceding the 9/11 attack.
This data was once readily available to the public via the Fed's web site, but it's since been removed.
A Fed economist who asked about these transfers had his access to confidential data withdrawn a week after making his request for more info and a month later was let go outright.
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