10:27am

Thu January 6, 2011
WVAS Local

Feds say gambling probe in Ala. continues

Montgomery, AL – Federal prosecutors say in court papers
that their gambling investigation in Alabama has grown beyond the
legislators, lobbyists and casino owners who have already been
indicted.
The disclosure comes in court papers involving notes from
interviews the FBI did with Country Crossing casino lobbyist Jarrod
Massey, who has pleaded guilty to bribery and conspiracy.
Federal prosecutors say they have provided other defendants with
copies of the FBI's interview notes, with some material blacked
out. They said the undisclosed material pertains to an ongoing
criminal investigation involving facts beyond the scope of the
indictment issued against 11 people in October.
Prosecutors say in the court papers that disclosure of the
material at this time would risk exposing details of the
investigation.