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ClubsNSW wants to silence a whistleblower, but their move could backfire

ClubsNSW may have inadvertently drawn attention to allegations of money laundering through state slot machines in search of a gag order for a former employee turning into a whistleblower.

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This is an extraordinary move by one of the country’s most powerful lobby groups, which can eventually backfire and draw attention to the issues they were trying to hide.

ClubsNSW is seeking a gag order against Troy Stolz, a former employee and whistleblower, today. “Alarm” scale For money laundering in slot machine rooms in local clubs and pubs throughout the state.

Lobby group is trying to stop him Talk to a journalist While suing him for whistling on suspicion of money laundering through a state poker machine.

Details of Money Laundering Claims Through Slot Machines …

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