Still waiting for NC BOE to probe campaign money from Chase Burns

And since the mainstream media doesn't seem to be concerned, we'll have to keep you updated ourselves (huge pdf):

Between January 2008 and March 2012, IIT has received over $68.6 million into this account from the AVOTW Enterprise gambling operation. IIT also received funds from North Carolina and South Carolina Internet Cafes (which some of these are being operated by the same members of the AVOTW Enterprise previously mentioned in your affiants Master Affidavit) and other states which totaled
approximately $98.4 million through March 2012.

Just to refresh your memory, the Allied Veterans operation in Florida was one of the biggest ripoffs in the name of helping veterans that has ever been perpetrated. The sheer volume of money and money-laundering transactions is staggering, and over $400,000 of those ill-gotten gains ended up in the campaign coffers of the NC GOP, including that of the now Governor McCrory. And considering there are direct ties between McCrory and Burns, the state BOE should have been all over this. And the NC DOJ might be interested in these fellows, as well:

From January 1, 2010 through December 31, 2010 over $48 million was deposited into Bank of America checking account At least $18.3 million appears to be gambling proceeds directly from the AVOTW gambling centers.

$18.3 million was directly from the Affiliates of the gambling operation.

$2.2 million dollars consisted of proceeds of North Carolina based Gambling Centers. These three Gambling Centers are Cyber World-owned by Anthony Parker and Cyberlynk owned by Reggie Medlin, and Fannco Inc owned by John Fannin—these three individuals run AVOTW Gambling Centers in Florida.

$27.7 million dollars consist of proceeds from other North Carolina based Gambling Centers not included in this investigation.

From January 1, 2011 through December 31, 2011 over $47.3 million was deposited into Bank of America checking account At least $17.5 million appears to be gambling proceeds directly from the AVOTW gambling centers.

$17.5 million was directly from the Affiliates of the gambling operation.

$2.4 million dollars consisted of proceeds of North Carolina based Gambling Centers. These three Gambling Centers are Cyber World-owned by Anthony Parker and Cyberlynk owned by Reggie Medlin, and Fannco Inc owned by John Fannin—these three individuals run AVOTW Gambling Centers in Florida.

$26.9 million dollars consist of proceeds from other North Carolina based Gambling Centers not included in this investigation.

Yes, these men are facing RICO (and other) charges in Florida, yet they're still profiting from the quasi-legal Internet gambling operations taking place here in NC.

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You'll be waitin' a lonnnnnnnnnnng time

IOKIYAR

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We are not amused.

No doubt

And the wait will be even longer in the absence of pressure from the MSM.