BAIL EXTENDED FOR NETELLER FOUNDERS

25 January 2007

Online Gambling News:
According to eGaming’s Snapshot for 01/25/07, February 14th has been set for the preliminary hearing of Neteller Co-Founders Steven Lawrence and John Lefebvre who were arrested 1/16/07. A hearing was held yesterday in New York for Lefebvre, and bail was extended to the new court date. Vincent Marella, Lefebvre’s lawyer, said the government has to file formal charges before that date. Marella has been quoted as saying “He is going to be contesting everything we know about the charges right now” and the only comment Lefebvre had was “end global warming”

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