Former Online Gambling Executive Remains in U.S. Custody
As reported by the Associated Press: "Former online gambling executive David Carruthers remained in federal custody Tuesday as his attorneys hammered out technical details of his release with federal authorities. "Carruthers' bail is set at $1 million. If released, Carruthers would be required to stay in the St. Louis area until his trial on racketeering and fraud charges. "Carruthers' attorney Scott Rosenblum said late Tuesday Carruthers wasn't released because a dedicated telephone line must be installed in the residence where Carruthers' will stay in St. Louis. All other conditions had been met, including the payment of $1 million, Rosenblum said. "...Carruthers was arrested nearly a month ago as part of a 22-count indictment against London-based BetOnSports PLC being prosecuted by U.S. Attorney Catherine Hanaway in St. Louis..."