CHICKASHA, Okla. (AP) _ Grady County Sheriff Kieran McMullen and three others are named in a multicounty grand jury indictment unsealed that accuses them of conspiring to convert the Chickasha Elks lodge into a mini-casino.

The indictment follows a yearlong investigation and a September 6th raid of the lodge. The indictment says illegal gambling included slot machines, poker, blackjack and lotteries.

So, on a scale of 1-10, which is more hypocritical: A) a sheriff who runs an illegal casino, or B) a state, that makes hundreds of millions of dollars from gambling, shutting down a tiny little casino operating out of an Elks Lodge?

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