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Jury deliberations continue in illegal gambling case

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Jurors continued deliberations today in the illegal gambling case against Jennie Pau and William Perez.  Jurors received jury instructions on Friday and began reviewing all of the evidence and testimony presented in the case.

The two, along with Wai Kam Ho (who is being tried separately), are accused of having illegal gambling games at the former MGM Spa in Tamuning and then laundering the proceeds to avoid being detected.  Jury deliberations are expected to continue on Tuesday.

Ho, meanwhile remains in China, caring for his fugitive wife, Betsy Tang, who is reportedly on her deathbed.

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