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BETED&#039;S NOT MINE, EITHER SAYS CANADIAN ACCUSED
05th June, 2011 at 05:28:25
Just who does own ThrillX-BetEd?
Darren Wright, the second of two Canadians accused by US federal investigators of being the men behind alleged illegal online gambling activities at ThrillX-BetEd (see previous reports) has denied any ownership, implying that the feds are mistaken.
Wright has engaged the legal services of Californian law firm Ledger & Associates to assist in his defence.
Earlier this week (see previous report) his co-accused, Canadian David Parchomchuk, engaged prominent US lawyer Jeff Ifrah to present his defence that he was merely a supplier of software, and not the owner of the gambling companies targeted in the federal investigation.
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