New York attorney Ted Wells, the primary author of a textured investigative report into allegations of pervasive bullying involving Miami Dolphins players, probably never envisioned penning a document that included some forth of the word “bitch” 23 times.
Daniel Dobson attained his 15 minutes of fame in the spotlight last month during the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne. Dobson, a British national, was arrested on-site and accused of “courtsiding” in violation of a new law centered on betting integrity. The practice of courtsiding in tennis dates back to at least 2008 and involves the clandestine transmission of real-time data. The recipients of such transmissions are often those involved in high-stakes sports wagering.