The owner of gamblingforums.com is Michael Emilio Rodriguez. He is a bankrupted and failed businessman, with a criminal record and long history of deceptive business practice, who lies to his forum members. He censors anyone that reveals the truth while claiming to run an uncensored and independent forum. We hired a private investigator who confirmed our suspicions. We will publish the information soon. The proof includes government records, and other verifiable information from impartial sources that confirm Michael owns gamblingforums.com. There is much more to come, but here’s some brief information. Michael was born 2nd September 1982 (parents are Olivia and Emilio Rodriguez). He is originally from Florida. He has long history of failed businesses and deceptive business promotion. He was sued three times, for a total of $23,697.88. Unable to even afford a payment plan, and without anyone’s assistance, he was forced to declare bankruptcy. He has numerous criminal records including malicious damage to property, failing to appear in court, resisting arrest and more. He is also a registered fugitive. We will provide case numbers and full details. We have detailed information about his businesses, finances and criminal records. Most of Michael’s employment has been in real estate although he has a very broad range of failed businesses. His known associates, at least one of which he lived with, has an even more extensive criminal record. A few years ago, Michael lived with his mother in Florida (and with the other criminal), but now lives in Spain. Some of the information that links Michael to the gamblingforums.com includes the domain registration address near Michael’s (and his mother’s) Florida address. Although he now hides the address with a domain privacy service, historical domain data reveals it. There’s a lot more. He tried, and failed, to hide. Further validation is possible with subpoenas for multiple recipients, although the evidence is already conclusive. We are aware he falsified some information, but billing and other records are more revealing.