In this interview of Jim Willie, Editor of the Hat Trick Letter, the discussion turns to the $1.5 trillion in Treasury Bonds that were in the offices of the brokerage firm Cantor Fitzgerald, located in One World Trade Center Tower. The proceeds from the sale of these bonds went missing once the building was destroyed in the attacks of 9/11.

These bonds were not needed to cover a government deficit and were not authorized by Congress. Thus their issuance constitutes theft. Willie speculates that the proceeds went to firms like Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, and into the pockets of board members of the major Wall Street banks.

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