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"Machines At Country Crossing Will Be Seized"

Task Force chief indicates troopers will wait as long as it takes
The leader of the governor's illegal task force left little doubt the electronic bingo machines at Country Crossing are history in his opinion.  John Tyson said if Country Crossing reopens its doors---state agents will go in and seize the machines.  Country Crossing closed about three hours before well over 100 state troopers rolled in ready to raid.

"These machines are illegal and we're going to seize them if Country Crossing reopens for business" stated Tyson. He went on to say that he has been unable to obtain a search warrant from a Conecuh County judge assigned to hear matters regarding the machines at Country Crossing.  Tyson  said Judge Jeff Brock has left the courthouse in Evergreen and would be unavailable until Monday.     

Tyson said he's also hoping to seize machines at Victoryland unless a restraining order is issued preventing a raid. Victoryland has over 6000 machines---Country Crossing about 1700.

Tyson said he was told to get rid of illegal gambling in Alabama and that's what he's going to do.
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