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A civil contempt charge and hundreds of millions of additional penalty dollars would be most likely, said former U.S. attorney and State Attorney General Dennis C. Vacco, who reviewed the non-relocation language at the request of The Buffalo News.
And in the highly unlikely circumstance that a new Bills owner were charged with criminal contempt after moving the team, the penalty would be even worse.
“It’s possible imprisonment,” said Deputy Erie County Executive Richard M. Tobe, the county’s point man in last year’s stadium lease negotiations.
Bob Gaughan joins today’s podcast to discuss the latest revelations about “secret” terms of the Bills lease, the value of pre-NFL draft quotes from anonymous sources, a familiar face winning The Masters, and the most forgettable season in Buffalo Sabres history.