BetOnSports Case: Three Plead Guilty

12 August 2008

In a Federal court on Wednesday, three Florida men plead guilty to gambling related charges.

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Note the part about, The RVs had computers and mobile phone so gamblers could place bets, and one was parked at a Ram’s home game on Oct. 20, 2002. THAT Makes it Illegal Bookies!!! BetOnSports once was one of the largest gambling companies in the world.

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