reasons for concern
INSIDE VEGAS by Steve Miller
October 29, 2007
The following two documents were
never meant for public view, but I believe the public needs to be
familiar with their contents in order to protect the public's
safety in regard to who will be allowed to reopen the Crazy Horse Too.
The first document dated August
13, 2007 indicates that U.S. Attorneys want Rick Rizzolo
-- from his prison cell -- to SECRETLY be allowed to
approve the buyer.
Thank God United States Federal
Court Judge Philip M. Pro denied their MOTION!
The second document dated
October 4 indicates that a buyer is using Rizzolo's lawyers to try to
get Steve Wynn to invest in the strip joint.
The letter from Mark Hafer
of the highly prestigious law firm Patti & Sgro also
states that the three "approved" buyers have "failed to perform,"
and now one would like Wynn to invest $34.2 million to keep them in the
It also reiterates the U.S.
Attorney's position that "the seller" (Rick Rizzolo) will have
control of who is the approved buyer.
I don't recall reading that he
would be given such a privilege in news stories about Rizzolo's
conviction and the subsequent seizure of his assets.
I can't imagine why Steve Wynn
would give Hafer's solicitation the time of day. Maybe it's because
he's possibly interested in buying the infamous "Crazy Horse Too"
name, and then, when they get out of prison, hiring Rick Rizzolo, Vinny
Faraci, Al Rapuano, and Rocco Lombardo as "cast members" like the
actors who dress up as Micky, Donald, Pluto and Goofy at Disneyland?
Its not that far fetched that a
"Crazy Horse Too" could open inside the Wynn Las Vegas with "cast
members" Rizzolo, Faraci, Rapuano, and Lombardo greeting guests as the
club's hosts. I don't think hosts have to be licensed, and they already
have their costumes. The only thing missing would be the GHB, bogus
credit card bills, stained seat cushions, and steroid bouncers waiting
to beat the shit out of anyone unwilling to sign inflated tabs.
reality. Take a look at the following documents exclusively shared with
INSIDE VEGAS, and you be the judge of whether the Rizzolos et.
al. are still involved in who is about to be selected by the
government to purchase the Crazy Horse Too.
My suspicious nature caused me
for the second time to take this opportunity to share these self
explanatory documents with my readers because both clearly indicate a
willingness and desire by the government to allow a convicted racketeer
to remain in a position to determine who will operate his former
business -- something never allowed until now by the United States
Government in forfeiture cases.
We should know the answer by the middle of November.
Copyright © Steve Miller