VictoryLand's Response to Lifted Restraining Order

By: Press Release
By: Press Release


-Nothing has changed as a result of the Macon County Circuit Judge’s order today.

-VictoryLand does not operate electronic bingo and has not since August 8, 2010. The Judge’s order dissolving the injunction does not give the Task Force the right to raid VictoryLand.

-If the Task Force wishes to enter VictoryLand’s premises it must obtain a valid search warrant from a neutral and detached magistrate with jurisdiction. Any application for a search warrant must be supported with probable cause, which the Task Force cannot establish.

-We received a copy of Justice Murdock’s statement this afternoon. In our opinion, Justice Murdock’s statement, and the Supreme Court’s statement in its Order dated September 3, 2010 raises more questions than they answer.

-In light of those statements, we renew our request for the appropriate authorities to investigate the issuance of opinions related to electronic bingo, the manner in which those opinions have been procured, and allegations concerning the lack of impartiality of certain members of the Court.

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  • by Joe Location: Elba Al on Sep 8, 2010 at 05:14 PM
    Why did Victory Land operate for years with no threat from the task force?Even while the task force was shutting down Country Crossing,Victory land was not mentioned.Now,all of a sudden,they are the target.
  • by josey Location: chipley on Sep 8, 2010 at 11:17 AM
    why don't they get 3 machines from wind creek and 3 from cross country and 3 from victoryland and compair them and they will see that all 9 machine operates the same I have been to all three place and they are PLAYED the SAME except the ones @ wind creek does not pay as well as the others. go figure money must go in someone elses pocket right?
  • by Steven Location: Dothan on Sep 8, 2010 at 07:45 AM
    Please, victoryland knew the judge was going to do it before he told anyone else. That is why they aren't upset about it. The judge gave them enough time to remove all the illegal and incriminating evidence so that the property couldn't be seized. What a joke. Another thing, they released a statement that said the task force can't get probable cause because they don't have electronic bingo anymore. This is reaffirming what the task force has said the entire time. They are admitting that there is probable cause to believe that the slot machines are illegal.
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