I believe there are a number of countries that can actually join in on this issue, but the question is, is it really worthwhile for them peeving the US for this?One would hope that other injured parties, such as Britain and the countries whose banks have been ordered to disclose client information, would join Antigua's complaint.
I don't think they will drop the online horse racing for the east coast would go down in flames and that includes Washington DC and Richmond (where our govenment rules from) which are 2 places that were brought up on raising thoroughbreds and horse racing. Too much "old money" pulling strings to have that removed.it would be to drop the carve outs for lotteries and horse racing.
Link Removed ( Old/Invalid)Could you give a source for this? Who reported it.
Could you point out exactly when and where? I'm on the site, but I can't find a damned thing....I should also point out that it is being reported that the Port Security Act Signed by the degenerate bush boy in October of last year has been set to be 'Reviewed' by Congress. If there is going to be a review so soon after being signed, it is going to be all about complying with the WTO Decision.
A group representing U.S. casino operators such as Harrah's Entertainment Inc. and MGM Mirage has pushed Congress to fund a study of whether online gambling could be regulated, as a possible way to get into the business themselves.
To contact the reporter on this story: John Rega in Brussels at [email protected] .
Last Updated: January 30, 2007 12:08 EST
Michael Devlin is being charged with counts of kidnapping young defenseless boys. John Lefebvre is being charged with running a third party money transfer service similar to that of PayPal that helped facilitate online gambling transactions to and from willing US citizens.