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Why Legendary Investor Jim Rogers Is Bullish on the Dollar

At Freedom Fest in Las Vegas, legendary investor Jim Rogers explained that he is currently betting on the dollar, but expects a big dollar bubble in the medium term. At Freedom Fest in Las Vegas, legendary investor Jim Rogers explained that he is currently betting on the dollar, but expects a big dollar bubble in the medium term. He sees no future for the euro.
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Legendary investor Jim Rogers bets on the dollar and sees no future for the euro

Legendary investor Jim Rogers explained at a conference in Las Vegas this week that he is currently betting on the dollar but expects a big dollar bubble in the medium term. He sees no future for the euro. Rogers was speaking At Freedom Fest, the largest libertarian conference in the US, which is running from 13-16 July 2022 in Las Vegas with around 2,500 attendees. (https://www.freedomfest.com//about-us/) Roger's call to back the US dollar is surprising at first glance, says Berlin-bas...
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‘Firing Them Isn’t Truly Enough:’ Family Of Jim Rogers, Community Still Calling For Justice After His Death

By: Shelley Bortz/KDKA-TV PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Since the death of Jim Rogers last fall, the subject of peace between communities and police has taken center stage in Pittsburgh. It was the focus of a forum today seeking answers but there was one issue. The family of Jim Rogers wasn’t asked to join the forum today, even though a lot of what was discussed was about his death. They said it seems to them the police aren’t interesting in what they have to say. “We’ve been asked to do things that we’re not trained to respond to,” Pittsburgh Police Chief Scott Schubert...
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Family of Jim Rogers files civil lawsuit against city, police officers

Pittsburgh Mayor Ed Gainey (photo courtesy WPXI-TV) Gainey fires five city officers for their involvement in Rogers’ arrest. A week and change following the City of Pittsburgh’s decision to fire five of its police officers for their role in the arrest and subsequent death of 54-year-old Jim Rogers, Rogers’ family has filed a federal civil lawsuit against the city and the 11 officers involved, the New Pittsburgh Courier has learned.
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Officers fired in death of Jim Rogers appealing decision

PITTSBURGH — The five officers fired in the death of Jim Rogers are now fighting that decision. The president of the Fraternal Order of Police told Pittsburgh's Action News 4 that the union has filed for arbitration in the case. Rogers died back in October, one day after police...
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Family of Jim Rogers sues city, officers over stun gun death

PITTSBURGH — The family of a man who died after a stun gun was repeatedly used on him by Pittsburgh police has filed a lawsuit against the city and multiple officers and EMS personnel. The incident happened last year in Bloomfield when police responded to a report that Jim...
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Civil Lawsuit Filed Against City Of Pittsburgh Over Death Of Jim Rogers

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A lawsuit has been filed over the death of Jim Rogers. Rogers died in October a day after being tased by Pittsburgh police officers at least nine times in Bloomfield. The lawsuit names the city and the officers involved. The lawsuit, filed by Rogers’ brother, says Rogers died as a result of “excessive, unreasonable and unnecessary force.” It also argues that Rogers’ civil rights were violated. Rogers’ uncle, Billy Joe Jordan, told KDKA-TV on Monday that the family is focused on criminal charges. “We are heartbroken because we loved him,” he said. “He was real close to us like a son.” “I’m...
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