Central Bankers on The Back Foot in South Africa... Stolen Gold and Secret Thugs
Published on Feb 21, 2015 - Interview in a Police Station
Former Director of SARB Stephen Goodson, faces possible criminal charge and arrest … for disclosing secret criminal dealings of the South African Reserve Bank
On Monday, 16 February 2015 Stephen Goodson, former independent non-executive director of the South African Reserve Bank (2003-2012) and UBUNTU Party Parliamentary candidate in the 2014 general election, was interviewed at Kleinmond police station by Colonel Adriaan Schilz of the Directorate Priority Crime Investigation unit (Hawks) in Bellville, Cape Town, South Africa.
Mr Goodson, who was assisted by his legal adviser, is being investigated on suspicion of having committed a “crime”, by disclosing secret dealings of the SARB, and what Goodson has called “various criminal activities which have taken place at the Reserve Bank over a long period of time.”
Mr Goodson was able to express himself in a vigorous manner. Unfortunately Colonel Schilz was ill-prepared and appeared to be out of his depth on the knowledge about the true nature, origins and ownership of the SARB, which is outlined in great detail in Stephen Goodson’s book, “ Inside the South African Reserve Bank - Its Origins and Secrets Exposed.”
Colonel Schilz clearly struggled to follow Mr Goodson’s explanations. After an extended interview, Schilz terminated the meeting out of sheer exasperation.