Some e-bingo defendants wanting wiretaps dismissed as evidence

MONTGOMERY, AL (WBRC) - Some of the defendants in the e-bingo corruption case are seeking to suppress electronic wiretaps as evidence.

According to court documents, Victoryland owner Milton McGregor, Country Crossing Owner Ronnie Gilley, Montgomery Sen. Quinton Ross, Gadsden Sen. Larry Means, Talladega Sen. Jim Preuitt, lobbyist Bob Getty, lobbyist Tom Coker and PR executive Jarrell Walker all want the wiretaps suppressed.

The defendants contend the wiretaps exceeded judicial authorization and violated certain constitutional rights.

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