Unlawful Russian Casinos Just Role of the Gaming Picture

Unlawful Russian Casinos Just Role of the Gaming Picture
The old coal mining adage that ‘I owe my soul towards the company shop’ has taken on bizarre meaning with the recent discovery of a underground immigrant slave garment manufacturing ‘village’ in Moscow, replete with a similarly unlawful casino. The underground city which held 200 Asian workers held captive against their might was found by police in just one more raid, one of hundreds to occur throughout Russia; a country where gambling, like vodka, seems to take the genes (and of course, jeans).
Just State Nyet to Gambling
Massive police raids of the nation’s underground (not necessarily literally) casinos have led to some 662 shutdowns to date, while the Russian Interior Ministry’s Moscow workplace says that an ancillary special ops task force has slammed the doors on 4,747 joints which were providing illegal moonshine liquor, to your tune of 31 a great deal of booze in all. Your livers will later thank you, Russkies.
The casino Prohibition-style cloud that hangs over Russia started right back in summer of 2009; that’s when gambling in all but four significantly hard-to-access designated gambling regions were pronounced as illegal gambling areas. (We’re pretty booze that is suren’t illegal anywhere there, but perhaps nothing short of ethyl alcohol will give their jaded livers a jolt anymore).
Hey Big Spender
And while Russia’s average-guy take house pay just under $21,000 is underneath the typical American’s ( even i