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Caesars Investigated For Money Laundering
Caesars Investigated For Money Laundering

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AIR DATE: October 23, 2013

The news seems to be getting worse for Caesars Entertainment. The company abruptly pulled out of a luxury project to renovate Bill's Gambling Hall and turn it into a boutique luxury resort. But Caesars found that money from some less than reputable sources was funding the project. Now officials are looking at the possibility that Caesars was involved with money laundering. So how did this project go so wrong and create so many problems?

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Howard Stutz, Gaming Reporter, Las Vegas Review-Journal

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