Friday, January 16, 2015

California Losing MILLIONS Because BROWN and AG HARRIS Can't Run Gaming Compliance

Blogger Dave Palermo has a story up at the Sacramento Bee revealing that:  

Million-dollar gambling investigation in California reveals need for better regulation

YA THINK?  Hey, Pechanga's former chairwoman, Jennie Miranda has been disenfranchised for absconding slot machines from the tribe.   Have you seen the indictment?  NO, of course not.  Jerry Brown's people ain't going that deep.

Here's Palermo:
The nation’s gambling industry was stunned last month when California Attorney General Kamala Harris accused the state’s former casino enforcement chief of engaging in a conflict of interest on behalf of a San Jose card club targeted in a $119 million skimming investigation.

Bob Lytle, who resigned from the Bureau of Gambling Control in 2007 to work as a compliance officer for Casino M8trix, received confidential information on the Casino M8trix investigation from a bureau agent in 2013, according to the complaint filed by Harris.

“(Lytle’s) receipt of such information and documents potentially compromised the effectiveness, and undermined the integrity, of the bureau’s investigations,” Harris said in the complaint filed Dec. 23 with the state Gambling Control Commission.

The formal accusation against the onetime top casino enforcement officer is a rarity in gambling regulatory history.
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A. Nony Mous said...

And that crook Anthony Miranda was the head of CNIGA while involved as well. Regulation of Indian Gaming is only imaginary.

Anonymous said...

Maybe he will name others involved to help save his own butt.

Anonymous said...

Chukchansi leaders must of took a few pages from this book.

White Buffalo said...

You do realize that it is federal law that JM broke, and it is the FBI and Treasury who investigate and the DOJ enforce those laws.