Leader of New York Gambling Ring Sentenced

Leader of New York Gambling Ring Sentenced Readers may recall the US federal authorities busting a multi-million dollar New York online gambling ring in 2013. The leader, 52-year-old Phillip Gurian, has recently been sentenced in a federal court.

U.S. District Court Judge Mae D'Agostino considered time served and surrendered cash when sentencing Gurian to three years of supervised release plus a $100,000 fine for conspiracy to launder money.

Gurian is also restricted from entering gambling establishments and owning a computer or web accessible device or any kind.

"I am going to live a productive and peaceful life," said Gurian in court.
  • The sentence doesn't seem to be so bad. He is not allowed to own a web accessible device or any kind. I am finding that unthinkable for myself, I wonder what he thinks ? I also wonder how long that no internet accessible device will be for?
  • I bet he will,when pigs fly. If he was a small fry he would have gotten fried but being he was a big fish he got away. That is the way things work when your rich and can buy yourself out of a jam.
  • Good he got busted. But what a joke he should had been locked up for many years behinds bars. Only $100,000 fine sounds strange as well.

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