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Japanese Lawmaker Pleads Not Guilty in Casino Kickback Scandal Despite Fingerprints on CashWritten by: Philip Conneller

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A Japanese lawmaker who was a key figure in shaping policy for the country’s recently legalized casino market has pleaded not guilty to accepting bribes from a prospective operator. This is the preliminary hearing in the trial of Tsukasa Akimoto, 49, in Tokyo’s District Court.  The politician is accused of receiving ¥7.6 million ($72,000) in
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