Joined: Apr '11
Age: 52 (M)
Chris Ferguson's dealings with the DOJ look set to come to a conclusion in February following recent "extensive settlement conversations". The prosecuting attorney Preet Bharara has asked for more time to consider Ferguson's case for a dismissal. February 19 is the new date and it's expected that the former Full Tilt boss will learn if he's liable for any fines then. In other news, the DOJ has also hinted that US players will soon know how and when they will get their bankrolls back. In a statement to PokerNews, after announcing in November that a system would be in place by the end of January 2013, the DOJ has said a resolution will be coming "very soon”.
Joined: Nov '12
Age: 50 (M)
Ok so that was just wrong on so many levels. I am not sure Chris Ferguson really did all that much wrong. I have seen on a couple different forum where people say he tried to stop Howard Lederer from doing a couple things which he felt was wrong. The DOJ has even been thinking about dropping all charges against him so there must not be to much evidence against him.
Perhaps we should wait to see what actually comes down against him before trying to get him raped.
Just an idea to be considered.
good luck to all mobster both on and off the felts.