- In one of the major stories of the century, former Ambassador
Leo Wanta provided details of a massive 4.5 trillion dollar settlement
reached as a way to get back into U.S. coffers at least part of the 27.5
trillion stolen by the Bush and Clinton crime families in the biggest bank
heist in world history.
- The vast sum of money, used illegally by corrupt insiders
inside the U.S. government, was amassed by Wanta as part of a plan he and
several other financial whizzes devised on behalf of President Ronald Reagan
to destabilize the Soviet currency, bringing a quick end to the Cold War.
- Wanta, jailed illegally for over a decade, began trying
to recover the money when released on house arrest more than a year ago.
- Although working with limited resources and trying to
recover the 27.5 trillion which more than doubled over the years, Wanta
on June 12 entered into an agreement to stop his search, obtaining 4.5
trillion as 1.575 trillion will be placed into the U.S. Treasury after
taxes and other expenses are paid.
- Further, Wanta said based on private interest investments
based on the original money made at the end of the Cold War more that 192
billion a day can be generated for American taxpayers on a daily basis,
money he said that could wipe away America's 8 trillion dollar debt in
- "It is a done deal. For any disbelievers, I am ready
with all the paperwork," said Wanta Wednesday on Greg Szymanski's
radio show, The Investigative Journal, this interview and its archived
broadcast available at www.gcnlive.com "Right now the only thing holding
up the money being placed into the U.S. Treasury is a hold put on by the
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