Wilfred v China, Clintons' "Collaborator"
In 1999 Harmon was approached by two Taiwanese agents in Ontario, finding himself chosen to be in competition with China for the hidden Chang Kai-Shek Ming Dynasty treasury. The treasure consists of boxcars of gold, silver, jewels and ancient artifacts, as well as trillions in US gold bonds provided to Chang for gold bullion to the US to finance WWII. In a Toronto meeting with President Clinton’s attorney, Gregory Craig in November 1999, he presented the US gold bonds to be confirmed by the US Treasury. This was done by Craig and the race to transact the bonds began!