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  1. A civil lawsuit was filed in Lucas County Common Pleas Court Friday by two Texas investors against four men and their companies accused of a criminal scam involving the sale of Iraqi currency. In the civil case, John R. Merritt and Arley G. Lee say they each purchased several thousand dollars of Iraqi dinar based on the representations of the defendants and that the defendants’ actions were in violation of the U.S. securities laws. Toledo attorney Thomas Pigott, who filed
  2. Could War Flare Again Between Iraq and Kuwait? by: John Daly Friday December 9, 2011 - 00:20 According to Iraqi Council of Representatives Oil and Energy Committee member Furat al-Sharei, the 10 oil fields that spread across the Iraqi-Kuwaiti frontier are still waiting to have a line drawn through them to delineate the border, more than eight years after a coalition led by U.S. forces toppled the regime of Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. According to al-Sharei, the two countries must first collaborate in developing legislation for equitably sharing the fields before oil ex
  3. Lets say you buy a bunch of dinars for $X and when the RV comes, you unload them for a profit, which would be (assuming you reported it to the IRS) taxable as capital gains. However, embedded in that transaction is the CBI spread, which is, IMO, is an expense in doing the exchange of dinars to dollars, and therefore should be a deductible expense. What do you think?
  4. I don't post very often so I am not sure if I am out of place in saying this, but in Adam's chat he said "and we are showing our support by pulling out -" I would have to disagree. We are pulling out, not to fulfill Obama's old campaign promise--in his lame bid for re-election--but because the folks in Iraq will not grant immunity to our troops from local prosecution for any crimes committed. If they were given that immunity, you can be sure our troops would still be there.
  5. Missing Iraq cash 'as high as $18 billion' Iraq's parliament speaker tells Al Jazeera unaccounted reconstruction money is three times the reported $6.6bn. Last Modified: 19 Jun 2011 07:08 Osama al-Najai, the Iraqi parliament speaker, has told Al Jazeera that the amount of Iraqi money unaccounted for by the US is $18.7bn - three times more than the reported $6.6bn. Just before depart
  6. 0830 GMT: Reports from Iraq now streaming in, including demonstrations of 1000 in Baghdad, amidst a heavy military presence, chanting, "[Prime Minister] Nouri al Maliki is a liar!", and 2000 people in rally in Basra. There are claims that the Governor of Basra has resigned and three protesters have killed in Kirkuk.
  7. Iraqi PM Nouri Maliki to unveil new government By Gabriel Gatehouse BBC News, Baghdad Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Maliki (file photo Nov 2010) It will be a delicate balancing act for Mr Maliki Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Maliki is due to unveil his cabinet shortly, more than nine months after inconclusive parliamentary elections. It is expected to include all the major factions, including the Kurds, Shia and Sunni Arabs. Each of the prime minister's nominations will still have to be approved by the Iraqi parliament. But it is hoped the
  8. Maliki Unlikely to Form Gov’t Until 2011 Political Desk Iraq's prime minister is still seeking cabinet nominations from the country's top politicians, signaling he likely will not form a new government much earlier than the Dec. 25 deadline, as promised. Nouri Al-Maliki had pledged to announce his new government by Dec. 15 and end the political deadlock that began with inconclusive parliamentary elections nine months ago, AP reported. He appealed for nominations Saturday at a meeting of the Kurdish Democratic Party and said he would still meet the constitutional
  9. I am afraid I do not grasp the significance of this, if there is any. Protecting the Iraqi money, to me, is like holding it in a trust. But, that does not necessarily protect the money's VALUE.
  10. Well, what a nice polite way to welcome a newcomer. Are you for real? Are other members of this forum as rude as you? If you are the exception, is there some way I can ban posts from you from showing up when I view the forum? BTW, I did send in my money for 100K of dinars today. I figure it's better than a lottery ticket. Even if there were to be no RV, at least there is some value in the dinar, whereas with a lottery ticket, you loose and you have nothing. As far as not posting, I was asked to post an introduction, so I did. Sorry you didn't like it.
  11. Hi everyone; just joined & looking forward to learning more avout the rumored RV of the dinar. What keeps bothering me is that if what I hear is true, it would suddenly turn thousands and thousands of relatively poor Middle-easterners into instant millionaires (dollar, not dinar millionaires). Doesn't sound logical to me. When the rest of the world's currency seems to be going down the toilet, the only RV I would think would occur would be for the dinar to become worth LESS, not more.
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