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Yet another suspect from Black Friday pleads guilty

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Yet another suspect from Black Friday pleads guilty
Written by François Debruge on Friday, February 17, 2012

Ira Rubin is managing a group dealing with remittances from online poker rooms in the United States. Accused of money laundering and wire fraud, he just pleaded guilty to the charges against him, like the Absolute Poker co-founder, announced in this recent post.

The role of Ira Rubin’s company

The firm managed by Ira Rubin worked with Pokerstars, Fulltilit Poker and Absolute Poker, three poker sites whose domain name have been blocked by the FBI during the infamous Black Friday. The company was covering up payments from these poker sites into clothing and jewelry sales. Ira Rubin faces up a 55 years sentence in jail. The verdict of his trial is due on May 17th.

Thanks from the DOJ

On April 26th 2011, Ira Rubin was arrested in Guatemala although he was living in Costa Rica since 2008. The General Attorney from the Department Of Justice (DOJ) has congratulated the diplomatic service within the Service of Foreign Affairs of the United States. Indeed, it was a crucial help during the arrest of Ira Rubin and his repatriation.


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