The Free Burnside group $G=B(2,665)=\langle a,b|g^{665} \rangle$ is infinite, by the work of Adyan and Novikov. Furthermore, the centralizer of any nonidentity element in $G$ is finite cyclic, and so the group is an i.c.c. group and the associated left group von Neumann algebra $LG$ is a type $II_{1}$ factor. It is a fact, due to of Adyan, that this group is not amenable, so the group von Neumann algebra is not injective.

A type $II_{1}$ factor $M$ with trace $\tau$ has Property $\Gamma$ if for every finite subset $\{ x_{1}, x_{2},..., x_{n} \} \subseteq M$ and each $\epsilon >0$, there is a unitary element $u$ in $M$ with $\tau (u)=0$ and $||ux_{j}-x_{j}u||_{2}<\epsilon$ for all $1 \leq j \leq n$. (Here $||T||_2=(\tau(T^{*}T))^{1/2}$ for $T\in M$.)

I should mention that if a group is **not** inner amenable in the sense described in

Is there an i.c.c. nonamenable simple group that is inner amenable?

then its left group von Neumann algebra does **not** have property $\Gamma$. (There exist i.c.c. inner amenable groups whose group von Neumann algebras don't have $\Gamma$, as recently shown by Stefaan Vaes: http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/arxiv/pdf/0909/0909.1485v1.pdf.)

My question is:

Does the group von Neumann algebra $LG$ have Property $\Gamma$?