Infowars Nightly News
November 17, 2011
On the Thursday, November 17 edition of Infowars Nightly News, Infowars reporter Rob Dew interviews trends forecaster Gerald Celente about the MF Global scandal and the loss of his gold futures into the bankster maw.
Dew also interviews Andrew Couts of Digital Trends about the push by the Department of Justice to make it a punishable crime to lie on the internet and violate the terms of service of websites.
Other topics include a run-down of bankster crimes and misdemeanors at Chase and JP Morgan, including the details on one thieving JPMorgan Chase banker who went to prison for as little as two years for stealing $1.2 million from account holders.
Dew and crew also cover the latest of the feds and their Emergency Alert System, including a plan to interrupt gamers on Xboxes with messages.