Greek Australian miner allegedly discovers more than $2 trillion in precious metals 


Greek Australian miner David Catsoulis has allegedly discovered over $2.3 trillion worth of silver and other precious metals at a Queensland mine.

But according to The Australian, although Mr Catsoulis said he has found trillions of dollars worth of metals, his company Warwick Gold does not have the rights to mine or explore those tenements.

Warwick Gold
David Catsoulis’ Warwick Gold Texas mine in Queensland. Photo: The Australia.

Queensland’s Mines Department also refuses to accept and process the application for him to mine.

The Australian reported that Mr Catsoulis has also allegedly been bankrupt in the past and is currently being investigated by ASIC as Warwick Gold was briefly placed in administration twice this year.

Source: The Australian.




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