Top Internet Gambling Arrests
John Campos was actually a banker by trade, but desperate times for the struggling Utah bank where he worked as Vice-Chairman. In exchange for accepting dirty poker deposits, Campos and company received stacks of much needed cash.
Unlike a lot of Black Friday players, Campos tried to fight the charges as long as he possibly could. Sensing, correctly, that he was fighting a losing battle Campos eventually agreed to a plea deal and plead guilty to a couple minor bank fraud and gambling counts and was sentenced to three months in prison.