Investors would pocket nearly three times as much as the Mashpee Wampanoag each year if an Indian casino is ever built, a deal that tribe leaders say is unfair. A previous tribe administration acted too hastily and ignored the advice of a national Indian gambling expert in closing an agreement with casino moguls Sol Kerzner and Len Wolman, Tribal Council chairman Cedric Cromwell and vice chairman Aaron Tobey said yesterday.
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