The Whistler - Chapters 9-11 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 9, Lacy met with Eddie Naylor, the director of the Florida Gaming Commission, in his office. He told her that he had very little control over the Indian casinos. He was not allowed to inspect the operations in an Indian casino or even inspect the books. They were required to turn in a quarterly report of gross revenue but the gaming commission has to take the word of the accountant that they are telling the truth. When Lacy told him what she was investigating, Naylor said he was not surprised since the casinos had the ingredients perfect for that sort of corruption.

Naylor did add that the threat that they could be punished by the FBI generally kept the Indians in line. He was not sure if even the FBI could demand a casinos account books. He asked if it was the...

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