Business owner thrilled cops raided alleged gambling ring
(KUTV) Midvale business owner Kim Mangalindan says he was thrilled when he saw a line of police officers raid The Mouse Pad computer center Thursday morning.
He runs a payday loan company next door and says The Mouse Pad has been trouble since the business moved in.
Unified Police allege that The Mouse Pad was a front for an illegal gambling operation that allowed patrons to play games of chance and receive cash payouts.
Source: Kutv Website
Nephew of Macau gambling kingpin Stanley Ho picked sex workers for Lisboa Hotel vice den, court told
Former sex workers at the historic Hotel Lisboa in Macau say they were “interviewed” by a nephew of casino kingpin Stanley Ho Hung-sun before being allowed onto the premises, a court in the former Portuguese enclave has heard.
Thirty women who use to work as prostitutes at the hotel were giving evidence at the trial of Alan Ho who is facing charges that he headed a vice racket that sexually exploited women as an executive director of the 46-year-old establishment.
Source: Scmp Website
Pastor runs bars, gambling shops empire
Munyeza has been running News Café — an upmarket and elegant bar — in Harare’s posh suburb of Borrowdale and another one in the capital’s avenue areas.
He is also a shareholder in gambling firm Mega Bet.
Although the former African Sun Limited chief executive’s empire is operating legally and creating employment in a country where unemployment rate is estimated over 80 percent, critics say it is immoral for a cleric to preach righteousness during the day and promote debauchery, heresy, fornication and drunkenness at night.
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Wyoming continuing to ignore problem gamblers
As a mental health professional and one of the many advocates in Wyoming for a person’s wellbeing, I am baffled.
The discussion continues by the governor and the legislators on how funds from the rainy-day fund totaling $1.8 billion should be distributed for the benefit of its residents and families.
Meanwhile, no action has been initiated for mental health services for thousands of Wyoming problem gamblers and their families. This is happening despite the fact that the mission of our state Department of Health states: “to promote, protect and enhance the health of all Wyoming residents.
Source: Wyomingnews Website
ESPN's NFL gambling expert nailed the Wild Card games — here are Cousin Sal's picks for the divisional round
Sal Iacono is a writer for "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and better known among sports fans as "Cousin Sal" on Bill Simmons' podcasts. He's also making a name for himself as ESPN's NFL gambling expert.
After going 19-2-3 over the final eight weeks of the 2014 season, Sal is rolling again, going 14-4 this season on his "Best Bet" and 3-0 in the Wild Card round of the playoffs.
Source: Businessinsider Website