Online Gambling Has No Connection to Bovada

Published Thursday, March 01, 2012 -, the long defunct online sports book web site that was recently seized by the Department of Homeland Security did not cause any financial stress because there were no accounts associated with the location. Becky Liggaro or as some call her Bodog Becky a spokesperson for the Calvin Ayre empire Bodog Brand says there isn’t any thing to worry about.  Bovada she maintains has nothing to do with Bodog Brand. It is ‘business as usual’ according to the message board Becky puts up. Bodog related brands that are located in Europe and Asia are unaffected by the latest developments in America.

The iconic business man Calvin Ayre doesn’t seem to be over reacting to the news that he could face some serious time in the slammer should the American authorities manage to put their hands on him.

On Calvin Ayres' web site one of his writer contributors produced Mr. Ayres’ statement as a reaction to the indictment and allegations, he said, “I see this as abuse of the US criminal justice system for the commercial gain of large US corporations. It is clear that the online gaming industry is legal under international law and in the case of these documents is it also clear that the rule of law was not allowed to slow down a rush to try to win the war of public opinion.
These documents were filed with Forbes magazine before they were filed anywhere else and were drafted with the consumption of the media as a primary objective. We will all look at this and discuss the future with our advisors, but it will not stop my many business interests globally that are unrelated to anything in the US and it will not stop my many charity projects through my foundation. You can also follow this story here on the number one global online gaming news and entertainment site and the only site I will be doing interviews with for the next while…”


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