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April 05, 2012


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Thanks very much for this story, Michael. It's good to know that somebody is trying to make this bad situation better, and I share your hope for greater awareness. I hope as well that consumers become more aware of the cyanide and sulfuric acid used in processing 90% of gold ore, from hard rock mines, and then too often found in rivers and ground water.
Yes, your restraint is admirable. Surprising, even.

These people put their lives on danger in order to produce gold but did you know that they aren't paid that much, now isn't that ironic knowing that the price of gold in the market is quite high.

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