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Re: McAfee 2020

Post by Fife » Wed Jan 23, 2019 8:09 am

He can't keep getting away with it.

I mean, what kind of evil heartless bastard does the IRS wrong?

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Re: McAfee 2020

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Re: McAfee 2020

Post by GloryofGreece » Wed Jan 23, 2019 9:13 am

McAfee reminds me of the Bodog billionaire dude. Maniac. And he is free in the Caribbean , living life and working for "economic development"...haha.

In July 2017, US federal prosecutors dropped the remaining charges against Ayre and Bodog[32] after Ayre pled guilty to a single misdemeanor charge and admitted to an accessory after the fact charge related to the transmission of gambling information in violation of the federal Wire Act.[1] The Bodog.com domain has since been returned to its owners with an accompanying payment of $100,000, after it had been seized by US federal prosecutors as part of the criminal case.[33] Judge Catherine Blake sentenced Ayre to one year of unsupervised probation and a $500,000 fine.[1]

In September 2017, think tank Democracy Institute published Patrick Basham's case study [34] slamming US trade hypocrisy over online gambling dispute with Antigua-Barbuda. The report calls the US government's prosecution of Ayre highly irregular, ill-advised, and unsuccessful.[35] The study states that Ayre's conviction ran afoul of the WTO's ruling as to America's General Agreement on Trade in Services obligations. The WTO's Appellate Body Report found America undertook a commitment to provide open and nondiscriminatory market access for recreational services, "including online gambling services." [36]

Critically, it found that The Illegal Gambling Business Act, which made it illegal for anyone to conduct a gambling business, was explicitly in conflict with America’s commitment under subsection 10D. Hence, the Appellate Body Report concluded that America was in violation of its obligations under its GATS Schedule by maintaining and enforcing these laws.[34]

The review claims that law enforcement officials tried to intimidate Ayre years before the indictments against him were filed, and that prosecutors "…covertly reached out to Ayre through respective third parties … including Ayre’s known business associates and industry contacts, to ‘encourage’ Ayre to make a US$350 million payment to the US Treasury." [37]

The government of Antigua and Barbuda welcomed Ayre’s vindication as part of the failure of the US to comply with World Trade Organization ruling on Internet Gaming.[38] The twin islands government said in a statement, "In light of the WTO ruling in Antigua and Barbuda’s favour, prosecutions by the United States of licensed gaming entities and their principals in Antigua and Barbuda, such as Calvin Ayre, are completely contrary to binding international agreements. In this context, Calvin Ayre and all other Antigua and Barbuda licensed gaming operators, who were indicted in the United States on Internet Gaming charges, are victims not culprits."

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GloryofGreece wrote:
Wed Jan 23, 2019 9:13 am
McAfee reminds me of the Bodog billionaire dude. Maniac. And he is free in the Caribbean , living life and working for "economic development"...haha.

In July 2017, US federal prosecutors dropped the remaining charges against Ayre and Bodog[32] after Ayre pled guilty to a single misdemeanor charge and admitted to an accessory after the fact charge related to the transmission of gambling information in violation of the federal Wire Act.[1] The Bodog.com domain has since been returned to its owners with an accompanying payment of $100,000, after it had been seized by US federal prosecutors as part of the criminal case.[33] Judge Catherine Blake sentenced Ayre to one year of unsupervised probation and a $500,000 fine.[1]

In September 2017, think tank Democracy Institute published Patrick Basham's case study [34] slamming US trade hypocrisy over online gambling dispute with Antigua-Barbuda. The report calls the US government's prosecution of Ayre highly irregular, ill-advised, and unsuccessful.[35] The study states that Ayre's conviction ran afoul of the WTO's ruling as to America's General Agreement on Trade in Services obligations. The WTO's Appellate Body Report found America undertook a commitment to provide open and nondiscriminatory market access for recreational services, "including online gambling services." [36]

Critically, it found that The Illegal Gambling Business Act, which made it illegal for anyone to conduct a gambling business, was explicitly in conflict with America’s commitment under subsection 10D. Hence, the Appellate Body Report concluded that America was in violation of its obligations under its GATS Schedule by maintaining and enforcing these laws.[34]

The review claims that law enforcement officials tried to intimidate Ayre years before the indictments against him were filed, and that prosecutors "…covertly reached out to Ayre through respective third parties … including Ayre’s known business associates and industry contacts, to ‘encourage’ Ayre to make a US$350 million payment to the US Treasury." [37]

The government of Antigua and Barbuda welcomed Ayre’s vindication as part of the failure of the US to comply with World Trade Organization ruling on Internet Gaming.[38] The twin islands government said in a statement, "In light of the WTO ruling in Antigua and Barbuda’s favour, prosecutions by the United States of licensed gaming entities and their principals in Antigua and Barbuda, such as Calvin Ayre, are completely contrary to binding international agreements. In this context, Calvin Ayre and all other Antigua and Barbuda licensed gaming operators, who were indicted in the United States on Internet Gaming charges, are victims not culprits."

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Re: McAfee 2020

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Re: McAfee 2020

Post by TheReal_ND » Wed Feb 20, 2019 7:51 am

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Mon Feb 18, 2019 8:01 pm
I still can't believe he claims to have hacked the government and to have found out they are human trafficking as well as drug running. Is this satire?