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Eyewitness News Investigation Shuts Business Down

Eyewitness News Investigation Shuts Business Down



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(KSL News) South Salt Lake City is taking action to shut down a business exposed in an Eyewitness News investigation.

Three weeks ago, reporter Debbie Dujanovic went undercover inside an "Internet cafe" to expose what's really going on there.

The clerk says she's selling time on the Internet, but the people are using their time to play games called "sweepstakes." When you win, you win money.

We took our video to South Salt Lake attorney Dave Carlson. At the time he said, "Gambling is not legal, and if that's their business it needs to be shut down."

Now it's starting to happen. Carlson says the city has revoked the business license and conditional use permit of Fast Action Internet and Bingo because of what we uncovered.

The company can appeal.

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