Colorado Pleads Guilty to Lesser Gambling Charge

Colorado Pleads Guilty to Lesser Gambling Charge A man in Colorado was indicted by a grand jury on charges of racketeering charges for his involvement in an online gambling operation and entered a guilty plea on Wednesday on a lesser charge.

62-year-old Larry Kyle Richardson pleaded guilty to gambling information which is a Class 6 felony indicating that he "knowingly transmits or receives gambling information by telephone, telegraph, radio, semaphore, or other means or knowingly installs or maintains equipment for the transmission or receipt of gambling information."

Additional defendants involved were Richard "Dick" Hancock, Teddy Mitchell, Gary Gibb, Dryden Mitchell and Roger "Dodger" Antablin. Richardson is currently out on bond.
  • Colorado is one of several states in the forefront to legalize marijuana for recreational use, so they do understand the term recreation. Gambling is nothing more than another method of recreational entertainment, Now that the marijuana issue has been resolved, Colorado needs to move ahead, legalize online gambling and remind the rest of the states that their are real crime out their and that is where all governments focus should be on.

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