US Mint Releases New Fort Knox “Audit Documentation”: First Critical Observations In response to a FOIA request the US Mint has finally released reports drafted from 1993 through 2008 related to the physical audits of the US official gold reserves. However, the documents released are incomplete and reveal the audit procedures have not been executed proficiently. Moreover, because the Mint could not honor its promises in full the costs ($3,144.96 US dollars) of the FOIA request have been refunded. Thanks to my readers that donated to the crowdfunding campaign I’ve been able to force the US Mint through a Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) request to hand over documents related to the physical audits of the US official gold reserves stored at the Mint; also referred to as Deep Storage gold. Although the PDF-package digitally sent to me is redacted, incomplete, includes pages copied twice and materials I didn’t ask for, it’s the closest thing that I’ve ever seen to physical audit documentation of gold at Fort Knox and the other Mint depositories drafted in between 1993 and 2008. What is worrying is that the reports now in my possession reveal the audit procedures have not competently been executed. Combine that with the fact the documents are incomplete and redacted, and the result is suspicion of fraud. In this blog post we’ll have a first critical look at the reports and the problems to be found within. Well since the FOIA request is being reported as not being honored by the US Mint, we can only bet they are leaving out the info about the gold that is either inside or doesn't exist. It's obvious since this report from the US Mint is not fully being honored by the FOIA request, it's easy to assume no gold exist at Fort Knox. So your guess is as best as mine that no gold does exist in Fort Knox, and the gold that was once in Fort Knox is likely in foreign nations. However we have the best President in American history that could change all of this, since President Trump personally is a lover of gold. Now if this news of the US Mint giving out Fort Knox documentation due to an FOIA request, if I were you I would really pay attention to precious metals and companies who mine them on the stock market.