3 The accused ring leaders in the Allied Veterans of the World internet café investigation are expected to go before a judge for arraignment tomorrow in Seminole county. Kelly Mathis, Jerry Bass, Nelson Cuba and Robby Freitas have all been arrested in the racketeering case Channel 4's Scott Johnson joins us live with more on the case. 3 3 :00- :05 :22-:27 the next step in the massive allied veterans case will be tu es day morning in a seminole county courtroom where the leaders in the alleged racketeering ring are scheduled to face a judge for arraignment.I met up with gene nichols a local attorney who says right now it looks like kelly mathis , the attorney for allied vets who was labeled " the mastermind of the operation " has the most charges against him... GENE NICHOLS/ATTORNEY 13:32:06 - he has a tremendous amount of not only the gambling charges but also money laundering charges. Nichols says in cases where there are various defendands the prosecution often looks to make deals with some of the people who didn't have as much involvement ... so they can build a stronger case against the others.13:33:38 - you're going to see some defendants... folks don't wanna' go to prison. And if they have an opportunity to get out of something.Are they going to potentially testify against someone? Sure.But in the grand scheme I think what we will see is the state attorney's office knows everything. They have everything they've seized bank accounts. Got t en warrants for records.So now the question is, who are they going to go after most? In an interview with channel 4 when mathis was first released from jail he said he was totally innocent and should never have been charged. Nichols says this case will likely ultimat el y come down to whether or not the gaming machines that allied vets was using were in fact illegal gambling machines. 13:32:14 - if the machines were not illegal which was the question. We know what the legislature just did... but before that if they were legal there's no money being laundered. The state attorney's office believes these machines were illegal and should not have been runnig in the state of florida.