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Imprisoned Philippine Senator Speaks Out Against Chinese Casino Kidnappings

The Philippine casino sector is thriving and so is Chinese tourism — facilitated by closer relations between the two countries, fostered by President Rodrigo Duterte’s pro-China policy after years of squabbling over disputed territories in the South China Sea. Philippine Senator Leila de Lima was imprisoned in 2017 on drugs…

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North Florida’s Racetrack Bingo Ordered to Forfeit $6 Million Over Illegal Gambling Racket that Defrauded Local Charities

The owners of Racetrack Bingo in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, have been ordered to forfeit $6 million to the federal government after being convicted last month of operating an illegal gambling business that bilked local charities out of $8 million over eight years. Florida has some pretty strict gambling laws…

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Indiana, Pennsylvania Gamblers Arrested For Leaving Children Unsupervised and in Danger

Three sets of gamblers in two states — Indiana and Pennsylvania — were arrested in separate incidents over the last week after allegedly leaving young children unattended and, in one case, left to fend off extreme cold. 29-year-old Jarad Elsen allegedly left his girlfriend’s two toddlers alone while he went…

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Mohegan Sun Restaurant Manager Allegedly Embezzled $103K To Support Gambling Habit

An ex-assistant manager showed up in court this week to face a charge for allegedly embezzling over $100,000 from a restaurant in Connecticut’s Mohegan Sun casino. Former Ballo Mohegan Sun Restaurant Assistant Manager Adam G. Johnson (not pictured here) has been charged with embezzling over $100,000. Co-workers said he used some…

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Ukraine Court Blunder Reveals Alleged Owner of Russia’s Biggest Black Market Online Gaming Site

A court in Kyiv, Ukraine, has accidentally leaked the name of the suspected owner of Azino777 – the biggest single illegal online gaming operator serving the Russian market. Illegal gambling website Azino777 has become the biggest video advertiser on the Russian internet in recent years, outstripping the likes of Pepsi…

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Angry Gambler Attacks Bayou Casino Slot Machine

Top Online Casino Sites Reviews A gambler — sporting a camouflage jacket — entered the Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel apparently ready to do battle. The Cypress Bayou Casino Hotel was the site of a rather bizarre attack on a slot machine by a gambler. (Image: Raymond Partsch/Daily Iberian) Tribal police…

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Congress and the Wire Act: How US Legislators Could Affect the Fate of Online Gaming

Following the controversy generated this week by the Justice Department (DOJ) in revising its interpretation of the Wire Act, there is a chance — however remote — that the 116th Congress could decide to update the 57-year-old far-reaching law that threatens to limit (or even bring down) the American online…

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Iranian Hacking Collective Suspected of LVS Attack May Have Been Shut Down for Running Gambling Sites

Top Online Casino Sites Reviews An Iranian hacking collective that was likely to have been behind 2015’s massive cyberattack on Las Vegas Sands Corp. was shut down last year by the government in Tehran, possibly because some of its members were operating online gambling sites, a report by cybersecurity intelligence…

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Dishonorable Discharge: Navy Officer Swipes $2.7M From Government for High Stakes Poker Habit, Gets Four Years

Top Online Casino Sites Reviews A 27-year Navy veteran was sentenced to four years in federal prison for running a racket which saw him steal $2.7 million from the federal government to feed a high-stakes poker lifestyle. Technicians in the Navy’s Explosive Ordnance Disposal Division are used to high-risk situations…

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BC Money Laundering Case Collapsed Because Prosecution Accidentally Blew Police Informant’s Cover

Top Online Casino Sites Reviews What would have been British Columbia’s biggest ever money-laundering case was botched because federal prosecutors accidentally sent the details of a key police informant to the defense. British Columbia Attorney General David Eby described the collapse of the Silver International prosecution as “disturbing.” The operation…

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