Sunday, March 18, 2007

Interesting Information About the Cato Casino

According to a 2004 article in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the Lac du Flambeau Chippewa tribe, along with some Chicago investors, bought a floating casino to be called the Dream Catcher. Then according to another article in 2006

"the tribe - which has spent years scouring the country in search of an off-reservation casino deal - found a buyer that was willing to pay $3 million 'in cash or other consideration' for the Dream Catcher. The other consideration appears to have been a chance for the tribe to buy into a casino being developed near Natchez, Miss."

According to the same article, apparently the tribe is trying to get rid of its Chicago investors, who sued the tribe.

Now read Natchez - The Beginning or the End posted today by a tribe blogger, and you'll see some funny things may be happening with this deal.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Absolutely frightening! But, not suprising. Greedy men (and women) are looking out for anything to fatten their bank accounts...even if it's rotten meat lying at the base of the bridge, below or atop the bluff. Vultures come to mind.

DietLysol said...

Oh, Casey....you had better check all your links...hypertext is easily high-jacked...better be careful...lmao!

DietLysol said...

Hey, maybe I'm the one being duped here! Everytime I visit the link for the last referenced article in this post, I get a porn advertisement. Is it just me? Maybe someone is messing with ME!..lol

Casey Ann said...

The link works for me on two different computers.

DietLysol said...

This is the link address that I see on your blog:

http://ldfnews.com/article.php?story=20070314222310940

Is that the address you are visiting when you click? Someone must have sent me a silver bullet.

Maybe I've got a Trojan on my puter....not that kind of trojan

Casey Ann said...

That's the correct link.

DietLysol said...

Must be my problem. I just got a casino ad for the same link. Time to go rootin' and deletin'.

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