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Piece mealing some information: AL Gov Bob Riley forms a Task Force on Illegal Gambling to investigate gambling in the state during 2009. The head of the the Task Force is John Tyson, Mobile County District Attorney, class of 1978 UA lawschool, and owner of Tyson & Tyson Law Firm in Mobile. (Everyone knows about Mobile and it's past and present connections to uat on the BOT and the athletic department). The Task Force works in conjuction with the FBI in the investigation of the alleged Milton McGregor bribery case in paying off politicians. The Task Force is probably privy to the information that is on the wire taps. "Sources" came out saying that MM is invloved with a PFP scheme to AU players and it was on the wiretaps. AU supporters are asking who is leaking this information (if it is indeed true and creditable)? Is is possible that the PFP allegations being leaked could be coming from someone on this Task Force? Is Tyson or anyone on the Task Force a uat booster, season ticket holder, or possibly a member of the REC? Call me a conspiracy theorist but I just find all this "leakage" of something supposedly on those wire taps coincidental and convenient. JMO
This post was edited by LittleE4AU on 11/19/2010 at 12:25 PM
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Leaked where? Is this out there now or is it still just on rival message boards?
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I have some credible information about the wiretaps. I have good reason to believe the AU football stuff is not on them.
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