keep in mind this is just a fraction of the exploration that will come [year old below]

SilverCrest Begins Drilling at Cruz de Mayo Reports on Santa Elena Norte Drill Results

VANCOUVER, BC – September 20, 2011

These holes have confirmed a near-surface broad silver zone averaging an estimated 20 metres in thickness with grades ranging from 30.0 gpt to 111.0 gpt silver with multiple, narrower higher grade zones ranging from 489.0 gpt to 967.0 gpt silver



Jul 17, 2012
SilverCrest Reports 50m @ 151.8 gpt Ag Eq* at La Joya  
Main Mineralized Trend Continues to Expand 
SilverCrest Mines Inc. (the “Company”) is pleased to announce the result...

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got a lot more but no time


bottom link is 1st of 3 parts, worthy read over the weekend

Jeff Nielson of Bullion Bulls Canada has written a series of three short commentaries, "Silver's Smoking Guns," identifying the strange anomalies of the silver business, which add up to powerful evidence that the silver market has been under price suppression for many years and that the metal remains dramatically underpriced.

Nielson's first commentary is headlined "Mining Paradox":

Part II is headlined "Investment Paradox":

Part III is headlined "Market Paradox":



and what gets me with Andy Maquire, a point totally buried, was that the name of the Driver, though he was caught, was Never released



1:24p ET Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold (and Silver):

In commentary posted at Turd Ferguson's Internet site, the TF Metals Report, London monetary metals trader and silver market rigging whistleblower Andrew Maguire explains how the gold and silver exchange-traded funds, GLD and SLV, are used by the major bullion banks for price suppression. The commentary is headlined "Price Suppression Mechanics of GLD and SLV" and it's posted at the TF Metals Report here: