Casino Cash Fuels a Rash of Tribal Feuds

Across the country, Native Americans are raking in big bucks from gambling. But the lucre has spawned greed, scandals, and lawsuits

Seminole Indian Chairman James Billie lost a finger three years ago to a six-foot alligator. But the wounds from his brutal feud with fellow chieftains over the tribe's $400 million in annual gambling revenue hurt worse.

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