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US: NY state Senators eyed in alleged casino bid-rigging scheme

 |  January 8, 2013

According to an exclusive report, federal officials eyeing two New York Senate Democrats regarding their involvement in an alleged bid-rigging scheme by Aqueduct Entertainment Group. According to reports, officials are questioning then-Senate Democratic leaders John Sampson and Malcolm Smith over the alleged scandal that led to Aqueduct Entertainment Group winning a casino contract worth billions of dollars. New York reportedly retracted the contact in 2010 due to the investigation into bid-rigging; the contract ultimately went to Genting.


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