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The following is a news release. 

Victoryland Response to Middle District Lawsuit

In response to the latest filing, Victoryland attorney John Bolton said, "These latest allegations are both ridiculous and impossible.  These lawyers, who have filed several baseless lawsuits against VictoryLand in the past, have already failed to prove their allegations.  Same harassing tactics, same frivolous effort, different court."

Victoryland attorney Mark White added, "We anticipate not only defending and winning the case, but also taking action against those who are part of a concerted effort to deny the people of Alabama a chance to vote on the gaming issue.  We will be advising the plaintiffs and their counsel to put their insurance carriers on notice and that we will be seeking damages for these silly allegations."

Attorney Mark White

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