Associate Editor Steve Roach reports from the courtroom that the
federal jury has rendered an unanimous verdict in favor of the
government in the 1933 double eagle trial. A press conference is in
progress. The Langbords left immediately upon hearing the verdict.
The verdict establishes that the government is the owner of the 10
1933 double eagles. The Langbord family turned over to the government
the 10 coins in 2003 seeking an opinion on authenticity. The
government confiscated the coins instead of returning them to the
family. The Langbords had filed suit claiming ownership rights.
In-depth story to follow Thursday morning.