A reinterpretation of the law by the DoJ could open the doorway for PokerStars to enter the New Jersey market at last.
Just when you can't possibly become anymore cynical about how exactly justice is meted out on the planet, a boomerang that is new tossed that hits you square in your head. Such is the latest within the U.S. Department of Justice's capability to bend, rotate, mutate and rewrite the law essentially when they can potentially fit some more money from the jawhorse to increase their coffers.
Needless to say, we would never imply that any backhanded discounts are going on, but you can arrived at your own personal conclusions on this one.
Unnamed sources are rumored to have admitted that the DoJ is suddenly ready to accept an interpretation that is new of law, the one that basically lets non-American citizens and any companies they might be involved with off the hook with any criminal charges. Term is the justice that is federal encourage corporate fines which we're pretty sure won't be chump change as well as pleas that could kill any pending fees, so long as those companies have no U.S. physical presence whatsoever.
Is not it simply therefore convenient that this occurs to encompass the exact situation that allows PokerStars until now saddled with the dreaded 'bad actor' designation that has kept the main online site out of the operating in both Nevada and New Jersey