Comments:Italian border guards seize $134 billion in U.S. bonds at Swiss border

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This seems like stealing to me. 23:42, 11 June 2009 (UTC) —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talkcontribs)

I have no problem. They did not declare it and they where hiding it. A lot of under the tables stuff. But most likely a single dime will go too the people.-- (talk) 23:56, 11 June 2009 (UTC)

fake —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talkcontribs) 00:31, 12 June 2009

Reuters just published that Tim Geitner of the US FED is meeting Japan and Russia's leaders in Italy this week? Coincidence? Ha.

sounds like the plot of "The Simpsons" season 9 episode 20[edit]

135 billion in bearer bonds? How could these possibly be real? Having so much from before the US stopped issuing them is strange enough, but having so much in such large denominations?

The tremendous importance of this snippet of news, hidden amongst the numerous crime reports is, that the bonds are GENUINE. If so, the ownwers, namely the Bank of Japan is trying, albeit in a surreptitious manner, to rid itself of its assets denominated in dollars.

PG Szabo

I'm actually curious as to how they were discovered. Were they tipped off by something/someone, or do Italian border guards regularly stop trains to check suitcases for false bottoms?

Real bonds given in exchange of China's gold[edit]

These were apparently bonds given to an asian family, so called "Dragon Family" in exchange for the gold of China. There is a US lawsuit pending, files the 23rd on November 2011. More information here: