A 65 years old killed a casino manager
A 65-year-old will spend the rest of his life in jail for fatally wounding a casino manager in a Nevada casino dispute.
Without possibility of parole
For some players, the tables in land-based casinos are a place where they can get rich, such as the blackjack player at the Paris Las Vegas we reported recently. For others, however, it is not a place of happiness, as today's case shows. This story is about a certain Frederick Douglas Borden, who has just been sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole.
With a single punch
The player lost a lot of money at the Eldorado Resort Casino on September, 2016. He was very angry about this loss and decided to grab all the chips off the table and run to the exit of the casino. Casinos manager James Bryant, 52, tried to stop him, but he was struck down with a single brutal blow and died a few days later.
The defendant was very aggressive
Frederick Douglas Borden, known for his impulsive behaviour, had no criminal record. During the trial he showed no remorse or regret and did not admit guilt. Instead, he behaved very aggressively during the process. All this prompted Judge Scott Freeman to sentence him to life imprisonment without probation.