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US Newspaper Reports Federal Probe into Bodog

The Baltimore City Paper of the US has reported the latest developments regarding the US federal probe into illegal transfer of gaming funds to casino websites such as Bodog US and Full Tilt. A federal case filed against one Kenneth Wienski of Missouri reveals a lot of information about this investigation, the details of which have been kept secret.

The newspaper says that federal authorities charged Kenneth Wienski, who hails from Missouri, on May 19 in Maryland for money laundering and gambling, a move that has leaked out a lot of interesting information regarding this investigation, which has been so far kept top secret in accordance with judges’ orders to seal related documents that support most of the seizures. Wienski stands accused of helping process online gaming funds by moving them through a check processing company and a medical billing company for which he worked.

The federal complaint against Wienski shows how top secret informants have been associated with this probe, which commenced in 2006 following the passing of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) in America, targeting payment processors associated with Bodog. One of the informants has been personally associated with fund processing for these online gaming and blackjack sites.

This blog entry was posted on Wednesday, May 26th, 2010 at 9:20 pm and is filed under Blackjack News.

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