Jesus Attorney Soliciting Questions Regarding Full Tilt Poker Via Facebook

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Jagajeet Chiba
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Chris “Jesus” Ferguson’s attorney has made himself available via his Facebook page, but as some poker players have quickly discovered, many of their questions are not staying up for long.

“Why are so many questions getting deleted?” asked Tim Cobia.

Dion Renno wrote:  “My comment was deleted as well, I asked why FTP lied and said our funds were safe when there were no funds at all.”

Ian J. Imrich represents Mr. Ferguson, who was named in a civil complaint last week by the US Justice Department.  They claim he took part in a ponzi scheme.

The positive questions are being answered it seems.

Giuseppe Polichetti asked:   “(What) do you think will be a good solution for FTP? it will came again online or not?

“ I think it will. My client is doing everything in his power to make that happen and to get every player who is owed money repaid.

The next question asked received no answer.

Christy Luke Keenan wrote: 

 “Do you think that it is morally acceptable that your client(s) were drawing multi-million dollar salaries even when the FT bosses were aware of the payment-processor-induced shortfall that would result in us, the players, getting screwed out of $MMs? What job warrants an 8figure salary and yet allows you to be so out of touch with the goings-on at your company? And what about the silence, which translates as nothing short of a middle-finger to us? Do you honestly believe that Mr Ferguson et al is/are doing their BEST to get us repaid? Talk is cheap...I am out of pocket and your client claims to be doing 'his best'. Either he is lying or he is so unbelievably incompetent and impotent that his pedigree as a mathematician/borderline genius must be a fallacy.”

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- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

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