Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Alabama Supreme Court Justices Deny Improper Contact

Alabama Supreme Court justices deny alleged allegations by Tuscaloosa businessman Stan Pate and others that Governor Riley intervened in the electronic Bingo case. According to reports, Pate and others allege that Riley intervened to get the case assigned to Justice Glenn Murdock. Victoryland issued a statement repeating Pate's allegations. Casino officials also indicated that they were told by Republican insiders that Riley contacted members of the Supreme Court and influenced the assignment of the case.

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