G-Crook Crooks in Stir
By Earl
Adolph “Junior” Williams, 69, from Scott Township, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty again in a federal court to “running a gambling operation that netted him as much as $2.5 million annually, according to prosecutors.” Williams confessed to his part in organizing a gambling racket and to violating federal tax laws.

But not for the first time. Williams first came to crime prominence eight year ago when he and his five brothers and sisters were prosecuted for running an illegal gambling operation then. Adolph Williams served a short prison term in 1996 and one brother, Eugene, went along with him. Adolph Williams, though, kept running the business even through his “indictment, hearings, appeals, pleas and imprisonment,” according to IRS agent Jean Seneway, reporting on his information received from an informant.

 
 
 
 
 
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