The Case - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

The Case

The civil suit between 15 Macon County Charities and Lucky Palace LLC. against Macon County Sheriff David Warren, Milton McGregor and VictoryLand started litigation in federal court on Monday, May 7, 2012.

The suit (originally filed by 17 charities) alleges that Macon County Sheriff David Warren worked with VictoryLand attorneys and Milton McGregor to draft rules and regulations for the conduct of electronic bingo in Macon County to give VictoryLand a monopoly.

'The Charities' all attempted to apply for Class B bingo licenses to operate at Lucky Palace. These applications were denied by Sheriff Warren due to the lack of a 'qualified location' as stated in the rules. These plaintiffs are suing for lost profits associated with the denial of the licenses to the charities to operate at Lucky Palace.

The plaintiffs allege conspiracy, tortuous influence and violations of the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

Read the full lawsuit HERE.

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