The fact that the machine kept changing the win amount suggests to me that there actually was a malfunction but it would be nice to have more information.
Um, not so fast there...Quote: Wizard
The fact that the machine kept changing the win amount suggests to me that there actually was a malfunction.
That final number is just triple the first.Quote: article
The bingo machine indicated a jackpot of $459,000, then $918,000, and finally settled on a "payout multiplier" of $1,377,000.
The second is double the first.
So "payout multiplier" sounds legit.
Particularly since only members of the tribal bar are permitted to appear before a tribal judge and tribal courts are notoriously inept at resolving disputes and do not award punitive damages.Quote: DJTeddyBear
But I agree that trying to sue a tribe in tribal court will get you nowhere.
I say get rid of the tribal land, sovereignty, immunity, and all the other BS that goes along with it. Don't let them make up their own laws and have their tribal courts.
Tribal properties report to the federal government. This particular casino advertises across state lines: I've seen their billboard in Biloxi.
I'd be trying to get into federal court with interstate fraud claims.