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Holder Plays Strip Poker

JasoBob Wrote: Jul 10, 2012 11:21 AM
Online poker came under attack due to the UIGEA (Unlawful internet gambling enforcement act). It was drawn up by Kyl and Frist, and tacked on to a port security bill in the last session before Congress broke in 2006. It was signed into law by Bush. Many sites left the US, some risked staying. The DOJ under Obama didn't attack these sites or the players. What eventually happened was that the sites bribed banks to hide their transactions. That's when the DOJ stepped in. It then turned out that some sites (like Full Tilt) had been lying all along and hadn't kept player money separate from company money. So different charges are levied against Full Tilt than against PokerStars. Please don't make things up to fit your argument.
Strip poker is one of Attorney General Eric Holder’s favorite games. As in, he evidently enjoys stripping online poker entrepreneurs of their Fourth Amendment rights.

Holder is the head of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), which is currently stripping online gaming entrepreneurs of their intellectual property rights. Technically, online gambling has never been declared “illegal” in the U.S. and yet the DOJ is citing a hazy law in order to allege that online gambling is a crime.

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