FBI Hints at Corruption Angle in N.C. Video Poker Probe

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In a case with heavy political overtones, state and federal officials announced yesterday that a Johnston County, N.C., video-poker operator pleaded guilty 13 months ago to running an illegal gambling operation and agreed to forfeit $5 million in illegal profits, reports the Winston-Salem Journal. Frank Perry, the supervising agent in the FBI’s Raleigh office, called
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