Reading articles like this makes me think that the United States needs to get its ass kicked a few more times. By Pete Harrison LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. prosecutors have delivered a severe blow to online gambling companies that are flouting a U.S. ban on Internet gambling by arresting two founders of payment processor NETeller. Britain's NETeller closed its U.S. Internet gambling services on Thursday, wiping out over 65 percent of its business, after two of its founders were arrested there this week. NETeller is the latest target of a U.S. crackdown on online gaming, which began with the arrest of BETonSPORTS Chief Executive David Carruthers in Texas last July. NETeller's two founders, Canadians Stephen Lawrence, 46, and John Lefebvre, 55, have been charged with handling billions of dollars in illegal gambling proceeds. Both face a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison.