Could something like this happen to Bitcoin? FTA: "In a criminal case sure to make programmers nervous, a software maker who licenses a program used by online casinos and bookmakers overseas is being charged with promoting gambling in New York because authorities say his software was used by others for illegal betting in that state. New York authorities say that about $2.3 million that Robert Stuart and his company, Extension Software, received in cash and money orders for licensing his software constitutes direct proceeds of illegal, U.S.-based bookmaking operations."Read more »
The Nutz Poker League, which was running a free game open to the public at Louie’s Grill and Sports Bar at the time of the crackdown, said on its Facebook page that some of the police were in “full riot gear” and had their “weapons drawn.” The tournament’s 140 players reportedly were told to stop what they were doing, and when the dust settled, six were arrested and accused of being involved with a “gambling house.” Felony charges have been filed, according to the league. Under Florida law, the felonies would be in the third degree and could carry a prison sentence of up to five years.Read more »
The 5 largest banks in the US are conspiring to not have to pay on the Credit Default Swaps they wrote, by using a shadowy organization called the "International Derivatives and Swaps Association". The problem for these bankers is that if they do, they will be insolvent and will make the 2008 economic crisis look like a warmup. They know that they will be blamed for the collapse and are desperate in their attempts to keep it from happening.
This article explores how the bankers will call on their hired politicians, police enforcers, and militaries to distract the public from their crimes.Read more »
"Clients of EwalletXpress started realizing after days and days of no change in their accounts that the days of EwalletXpress were coming to an end because the “big bad wolf” huffed and puffed and confiscated their money! That’s right, the Federal Government once again seized a payment processor and yes Virginia, kept all the players money!"Read more »
Times review finds that in more than half of the state's casinos and gaming rooms, welfare recipients can get cash from state-issued EBT cards. Officials say they're moving to block such transactions.Read more »
An Ocala, FL. woman wants a jury to decide if the Florida Lottery was wrong to dismiss her winning ticket as a misprint.
Ann Marie Curcio claims the Lottery is in breach of its contract with buyers because it will not pay $500,000 she says she is owed for her winning Gold Rush ticket.Read more »
It seems area senior citizens are running a local gambling ring... And the police and prosecutor claim they are not able to use discretion.Read more »
Gov. Bob Riley's gambling task force uses hundreds of state troopers to raid, intimidate, and steal these legal business's money costing the tax payers hundreds of thousands of dollars in an already broke state. The Governor has been accused of taking Mississippi Casino money for his campaign and in return promised to shut down all these bingo halls. This action has caused almost 3,000 people to be unemployed. http://www.rileyswebofdeceit.com & http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMyPrpTV8JkRead more »
Gamblers at an Attica restaurant who plunked down a combined $30,000 on the Super Bowl already know they'll be losers no matter who wins on Sunday.
State Excise Police made sure of that, busting up action on the Colts-Saints game and accusing the owner of Robie's Restaurant & Lounge of operating an illegal gambling operation in his business.Read more »
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