"A true story and a wild conspiracy made believable by Enron, WorldCom, and the legacy of J. Edgar Hoover. It is a tale that is quite extraordinary...Requa is a terrific writer."
- Robert W.P. Cutler, MD, Professor of Neurology at Stanford University and author of The Mysterious Death of Jane Stanford (Stanford University Press).
In 1991, author Stephen Requa's company, Banner International, was in control of much of the world's most valuable gold exploration data contained in the famed Requa/Herbert Hoover Files, plus two major gold claim groups in Nevada; and, Peruvian President Fujimori had invited Requa to meet him about these.
Those who engineered the Utah court crimes, and with them the theft of the files and all the assets of Banner International, had uniquely known that Barrick Gold had gone public on the Requas’ data; and, they knew also about the very great and larger value of the rest of the Requas’ mining data on several hundred similar mining sites from Alaska to Bolivia — where they had gathered the data over three generations for almost a century.
"How you handle the uncomfortable truths exposed in this book is up to you. But if democracy requires eternal vigilance, my fellow citizens, please absorb this encounter."
- William F. Pepper, international human rights attorney and author of An Act of State: The Execution of Martin Luther King
"This book is told with superlative honesty. It will frighten you, it will entertain you, and it will make you want to fight the powers that be. Prepare to have your eyes opened and take the gloves off".
- Colin Salmon, widely-acclaimed U.K. actor
"An eye-opening account of how business is actually conducted."
- John Krumboltz, co-author of Luck Is No Accident and Professsor of Psychology, Stanford University
PDF links on this page include Criminal Complaints provided to U.S. federal authorities, including that of attorney William F. Pepper, that resulted from the new Sworn Affidavits:
The vast excesses of crimes done to seize the Requa/Hoover Files -- and the impunity with which they were engaged in may now be seen in context of the overriding agenda of those doing these crimes to advance the agenda of the directors and founders of the Federal Reserve Bank from 1917 onward: to monopolize to the extent possible all the world's gold reserves and production. This also explains the crimes of many to advance that agenda through Barrick Gold.
Egregious Utah judicial frauds and court room charades have now exposed the covert rule of criminal elements from inside the banking system. The criminal rule of banking networks allied with the Federal Reserve Bank is now well defined, with their alliances also now exposed with organized crime, and with a priority objective for the Federal Reserve banking elites since 1917 now seen: to acquire by any means possible, however criminal, an increasing monopoly and holding of gold reserves and production. Their “end game” had contemplated the fulfilment of such allied companies as Barrick Gold in acquiring gold mining monopolies.