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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Mark Harrison
Sharp-eyed dog walkers along the San Francisco Bay waterfront may have spotted a strange-looking plane zipping overhead recently that that looked strikingly like the U.S. stealth drone captured by Iran in December.
The head of management company IMG told tennis' anti-corruption group that he hasn't bet on the sport since current rules barring gambling were enacted nearly two years ago.
"It's just like flying without all the trouble of having to be up in the air," Harrison said.
"Forstmann has confirmed that he understands and accepts this," Harrison wrote in an e-mail, "and advised that he has not gambled on tennis since the Uniform Tennis Anti-Corruption Program came into effect from January 2009."