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Autotote reveals attempted betting scam in 1999

Updated: November 23, 2002, 9:20 PM ET
By Matt Hegarty | Daily Racing Form

NEW YORK -- Autotote, the bet processing company that employed Chris Harn, the confessed ringleader of the Breeders' Cup pick six scam, fired an employee in 1999 for attempting a counterfeit ticket scheme similar to one employed by Harn, racing officials said Friday. According to the officials, the fired employee, whose identity could not be confirmed, obtained serial numbers for uncashed tickets and attempted to use the serial numbers to cash the tickets. In the guilty plea he entered Wednesday ...

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