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The Leo Wanta Saga, Pt. 6: The $27.5 Trillion Dollar Man Still Trying To Recover U.S. Funds

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Author: Greg Szymanski


Leo Wanta, the man put in a Swiss dungeon and jailed for more than 10 years on a bogus Wisconsin income tax charge, is still making waves and shaking up the international banking community as he attempts to recover more $27.5 trillion earmarked for the U.S. Treasury.

According to the former U.S. Treasury agent under President Ronald Reagan, the money has now grown to more than $70 trillion since first accumulated in 1989 in sophisticated financial scheme concocted by U.S. officials.

The scheme was put into place and perfected by Wanta who, along with several other financial whizzes, worked their banking magic to destabilize the Russian currency and flatten the old Soviet Union into financial submission at the end of the Cold War.

Wanta's methods worked so well he received high praise from Reagan, but was back stabbed by former President George H. Bush who wanted to erase Wanta from the picture, making way for the Bush crime family and others to pilfer the money.

Instead of the enormous amount of money being returned to taxpayers for furthering American prosperity, the money was left overseas in financial limbo for the "Bush buzzards" to cherry pick, observers saying the money being used for clandestine operations furthering the underworld of the New World Order.

Although Wanta still remains trustor of the vast sum of money, along the way he paid the ultimate prices, nearly being killed in several occasions, as well as spending almost a year in a Swiss jail and then being jailed in Wisconsin.

On his release about a year ago, Wanta then set out to recover the money, using the authority of a 2003 federal court decision he filed while being incarcerated in order try and protect the money and his reputation from the Clinton and Bush criminals, who were allegedly using the money for their own clandestine purposes.

Although the case was dismissed based on sovereign immunity, Wanta received the affirmations from the federal judge he sought, as Judge Bruce Lee acknowledged the assests existed and were in Wanta's control as lawful trustor, adding that Wanta's proper avenue for redress was through a federal court of collections.

Armed with the Judge Lee's advice, Wanta then set out in earnest about six months ago to recover the money which was now scattered in numerous overseas banks, many denying the existence of the money while others claimed they were told by CIA officials that Wanta was no longer living.

In a further effort to raise public awareness of the importance of this story, Wanta appeared on Greg Szymanski's radio show, The Investigative Journal, several times, as well as having his story written up in depth in the Arctic Beacon.

Previously, the explosive story had been shunned by the mainstream press since it was too hot to handle for the compromised American media even though it clearly showed how corrupt officials and banking institutions were pilfering trillions of dollars of the people's money.

The story was so hot and so dangerous since it involved the murders of numerous people who got in the cross hairs of the Bush crime family perpetrators, even the alternative failed to pick up the story.

How a story like this remains ignored is still a mystery, but it can be hypothesized that it is either to financially complicated for media personalities who prefer to manipulate listeners with emotionally gut wrenching stories of terror while allowing the criminals to steal trillions of money right before their very eyes.

And as an important update on Wanta's search for the $70 trillion, Christopher Story of the International Currency Review, based in London, provided an extensive article which appeared in London, finally shedding some necessary light on the importance of the Wanta story.

Christopher Story's article is reprinted, with permission at http://www.arcticbeacon.com/22-June-2006.html

About the author: Greg Szymanski
To learn more about the Leo Wanta saga and other stories vital to our world, go to independent journalist Greg Szymanski's http://www.arcticbeacon.com and listen to his international radio show at http://www.gcnlive.com Monday-Friday from 4-6pm central.


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