Attempts to Extradite Calvin Ayre to US Continue

The Malta news publication, The Independent has reported on US attempts by Maryland law enforcement officials to extradite online gambling entrepreneur Calvin Ayre.

Over the weekend, an article was published regarding Ayre's Bodog group connections in Malta.

US officials recently revealed that they’ve not yet finalized Ayre’s extradition with his lawyers but the attempts continue and will likely take time to complete.

The Independent’s article is available
here.

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    They are still trying to get this guy? Well there is a lot of people US tries to extradite people and countries that don't get along with the US rarely see's it through. I agree with trpschick " no clue what the citizens of this country want nor do they care unless it affects their bottom line" She has the right point. It's all about greed and truthfully is really makes me sick to my stomach.
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    They will NEVER catch him.
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    The United States is the most ass backwards country. Putting our freedoms in the rich elite's pockets is no way to live. We need to clean house and the people need to take back our country from these idiots. They have no clue what the citizens of this country want nor do they care unless it affects their bottom line. I am sick of all the nonsense that goes on here!
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    oh come on give me a break, this guy has sent out to US gamblers at least US$100 million by wire and cheque from 2005 to 2012. Were was I? LOL I thought that only certain states did not allow internet gambling? After readying the article it seems like they say all of US? They revealed that MPS Processing had received funds from the Malta-based Stratham Finance, which would then be transferred to an American money processing company. The US company would then, according to court filings, print and mail payout cheques as directed by invoice from Stratham. Is'nt that they way it goes all the time? At least I always got paid like that....Oh wait a second no I never got paid like that my mistake. Well I wish him and four of his other buddies good luck. Because the only reason why they are pursuing this is because the US did not make any money off taxes. That is the only reason why they put NO in place of anything that they can not control involving money. Another NO America is not free statement.
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    Smart assessment catapultaudio. Everything in the US that turn out to be profit that comes into existence via the middle class, goes to the rich elite. Now if by terrible circumstances Ayres is extradited back and prosecuted, now that bill falls under the category of paid by the American middle class taxes.
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    The Americans are really overstepping their boundaries with this garbage, just because they want to take the next 10 years regulating online gambling in their country in order to make sure all the profits go to their rich elite, why should other countries have to also accept that view? It's garbage and I hope they never get their hands on Calvin.
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    I remember when Bodog's American site was switched to a European domain shortly after federal authorities shut down three major online poker sites in spring 2013. It was later shifted to a Latvian domain name. Back then Ayre denounced the case as an "abuse of the U.S. criminal justice system for the commercial gain of large U.S. corporations."

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