Gambling machines to be destroyed
A judge has ruled that the state attorney general's office can destroy the gambling machines seized in Alabama's first casino raid in 2009. Circuit Judge Bob Vance ruled Monday after American Gaming Systems, Eclipse Gaming, Bally Gaming and Nova Gaming said they no longer wanted the machines because they are outdated.
Former Governor. Bob Riley's gambling task force seized about 100 machines from White Hall Entertainment Center in Lowndes County on March 19, 2009.