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PokerStars’ Dire Straits End: Money for Something, No Chips for Free

A reinterpretation for the law by the DoJ could open the doorway for PokerStars to enter the New Jersey market at last.

Just when you can’t possibly become anymore cynical how justice is meted out in the world, a brand new boomerang gets tossed that hits you square in your head. Such is the latest in the U.S. Department of Justice’s ability to bend, rotate, mutate and really rewrite what the law states when they can possibly fit some more income out of it to increase their coffers.

Of course, we would never imply that any backhanded deals are happening, however you can arrive at yours conclusions with this one.

Justice 2.0

Unnamed sources are rumored to have admitted that the DoJ is suddenly available to an interpretation that is new of law, one that basically lets non-American citizens and any organizations they may be involved with off the hook with any criminal fees. Word is the federal justice agency encourage corporate fines which we’re pretty sure won’t be chump change along with pleas that could kill any pending fees, so long as those companies haven’t any U.S. physical presence whatsoever.

Is not it just so convenient that this takes place to encompass the situation that is exact would allow PokerStars until now saddled with the dreaded ‘bad actor’ designation that has kept the main on line site out from the running in both Nevada and nj-new Jersey to reunite into the Internet ga (more…)