Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Coinblaster, Sep 19, 2020.
The slaying of an original, beautiful hypothesis by an ugly fact
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Take up knitting and don't read Craigslist!
Lol that's from Coin World on the article about Mint police officer William Grey stealing the pesidential dollars missing the edge lettering and selling them for 2.4 million
here's an excerpt from a CoinWorld article
Yes, and William Grey was "Employed" from 1996 until 2011
He stole from 2007 onwards
above two referenced from https://www.justice.gov/archive/usao/nj/Press/files/pdffiles/2011/Gray, William Information.pdf
There were no Edge Lettering machines at the Mints in 1996.
As mentioned, that was starting in 2007.
It doesn't matter where it's from. It's apparent that you don't know what you're doing.
He quickly read the article cherrypicking dates to create a correlation to his 1996 Quarter. William Grey starting working at the mint in 1996. He started stealing in 2007 with the Presidential Dollars. No edge lettering machines were at the mint in 1996.
Isn't this a common thing to "read" stuff at lightning speed but not really read it. Then create the correlation on false facts ?
That is why I suggested that he not read Craigslist.
Ok Thank You
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