Anti-gambling activist Kathy Gilroy poses for a photo in Villa Park, Illinois. She entered a free sweepstakes and won US$25,000 through a gambling parlour. Photo: AP Anti-gambling activist Kathy Gilroy poses for a photo in Villa Park, Illinois. She entered a free sweepstakes and won US$25,000 through a gambling parlour. Photo: AP
Anti-gambling activist Kathy Gilroy poses for a photo in Villa Park, Illinois. She entered a free sweepstakes and won US$25,000 through a gambling parlour. Photo: AP

Anti-gambling activist wins US$25,000, will keep the cash because ‘it’s God showing his grace’

‘I called a pastor friend … He said, don’t feel guilty, you just got paid for all your volunteer work against gambling’

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Anti-gambling activist Kathy Gilroy poses for a photo in Villa Park, Illinois. She entered a free sweepstakes and won US$25,000 through a gambling parlour. Photo: AP Anti-gambling activist Kathy Gilroy poses for a photo in Villa Park, Illinois. She entered a free sweepstakes and won US$25,000 through a gambling parlour. Photo: AP
Anti-gambling activist Kathy Gilroy poses for a photo in Villa Park, Illinois. She entered a free sweepstakes and won US$25,000 through a gambling parlour. Photo: AP
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