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“I do, but I'm not going to answer to that," he said. "I'm just not going to answer to that.”
While Maskel wouldn't tell, a Villa Park resident claimed credit for exposing the VFW's Queen of Hearts game. Kathy Gilroy, 67, said she read about the Morris Queen of Hearts, checked the Morris city code and emailed the city along with calling the gaming board's hotline.
Gilroy, 67, says she has been advocating against gambling — especially illegal gambling — on a voluntary basis for the last 20 years.