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April 16, 2010, 8:59 pmtypo lotterygate NJ correction

should be ten years not to years

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April 16, 2010, 6:33 pmLotterygate NJ final chapter

Our AWOL 2006   5 million "dollah"  "winnah" scratch was cashed in by Woodbridge Township and a few others in cops pockets.  $13,500 later in legal fees, 4 lawyers leaning to police conversations,  a meeting with the Deputy Attorney General NJ representing the NJ Lottery commission 2009,  a daily log of conversations, clues, and events, a confiscated photo of me at the counter paying for lotteries, our pockets and our bank account is still at a minus.   I purchased the scratch at a QuickChek store.  I thought it was tossed accidently.  The garbage men did not find anything, the sanitation department manager and the public works director, the town clerk, the district senators both state and federal knew nothing, neither did my counciilman, neighbors or my son, the police refused to take a report on a missing ticket until I could say for certain our home had been entered.   QuickChek kept silent. Hey, I had a previously installed alarm in place.  However, I did not know then or when our home was arsoned several months later, the bell sounded, it was not going into the central site and the cops could have it turned off for entry.   We were being stalked and we did not know it.   The NJ security person said if we could say it was a theft in house he would pay us on a theft.  I did not know our alarm was amiss.   That is how our home was entered several months later and burned with detonator, wire and solvent. And, there was no chance find  by passerbys of a ticket. 

I went to NJL. Yes, there was such a similar ticket purchased same day at QuickChek, claimed a mile from our home in a local drugstore not selling that particular game, and validated in Trenton by NJL.   There were scratched out signatures and a final one on top.  Did not stop it.  I asked for an audit as last ticket on roll or pack.  Match.  Head of Security reversed it.  No winner, no claim.  Too bad, but it was still paid out and rushed through the NJ Treasury lottery computer as a winner with no social security numbers and no names.   Save it for  my County as claimed winners.  Who cares about 2 women on SS.   Lottery retail agents wondered what happened to that listed  winning ticket.  It disappeared just as quickly as they saw it go in.    Even my ex beau whom I had not seen in to years was put on the ticket.  Sold his soul against me.    Unverified, my offspring got involved.  Everyone wanted a quick fix for ready free money.    Everyone.

I started asking for records through Open Public Records Act NJ for a winner's list.   I know I was being shut out because of the importance of the players.   I sought records August 23, 2006.  Was asked to wait Sept 1 until Sept 8 for list.  Got letter:  one winner 2005, another July 2006, and conveniently on Sept 2, 2006 a third winner was proclaimed in Essex.  Hey, what about our ticket!  I can tell you what the winning symbol looked like.  There supposedly were the  3 winners to the 8,100,000 tickets printed.  Another one, hidden figures.

OPRA kept falsifying documents to keep me away from ticket.  How can one claim something if the NJL said no winner, no more tickets, sorry.

October 2006, I called  a lottery aide dolling out checks.  She sensed it was ourticket, saw something amiss,  They changed our ticket batch, all five million dollars in account and a tax ID number.  I learned of names I suspected,  Said she was stopping the checks and would send me the residual.  Could not let this get out.  It was not what I would have won on a structured settlement.  Let it grow.  The check in my name was sent certified.  Never reached me.   Interepted, signed for certified.  Stolen. Was given to the same ex beau on ticket to lie about us to cash and give some back.  Supposedly, he put some money in an account in my name somewhere to make it seem as I got money from somewhere.  It was removed and police got it.  It is all covered up now.  Company  is mum and will not give me the tracking number from that ghost site.  Can't prove it.  Some area people said thought I got money. NJL mum.  Was over a million dollars, well over a million.

I filed a complaint November with the Attorney General's office who sent the file down to the DA.  They found no crime. It was an open secret.  Relection times and other political aspirations.   December 27, 2006, our home was victim to a very suspicious fire.  We lost money, valuables, a pricless coin collect sis had not insured as she did not know value.  False report.  Someone wanted to silence me.  I tried to sue NJ for wrongful payout; everything was burned or stolen.  I finally met with NJ in 2009 in Trenton under a claim the Government Records Council denied me accurate records from NJL, but all my original correspondences were ashes or removed from our house.  The lawyer we hired never had hold of the meeting.  Both sides went around in circles, and still denial of a fourth winning ticket.  Defeated.  I was told I did not prove claim but it was only for denial of documents not an arbitration.

The DAG had seen our ticket sitting in the lottery computer and the other payout fraud.  He wondered if he had to give us our ticket.  Everyone signed affidavits of convenience for no knowledge of anything even the police.  That check to me was downplayed later when I called Security again.  Put all the NJ ducks in a row.   I learned in Jan 2010 from the street and from a lottery agent, NJ quietly had just paid out the original ticket of ours which they said did not exist to the same man who had in fraud cashed my NJL million plus check Oct 2006.   It was easier to cover the crime than to put it out in the open.  The police here, as said, signed no knowledge.  They had the ticket number, and gave it to the ex boyfried so he could claim this ticket.  They had to teach me a lesson for going up against the local government. 

I never saw the "winnah" standing beside me in the store as I paid my good money.  Sis never saw the "winah" in her room as she was rubbing out her ticket.  One NJL security employee said they knew it was my (her)  ticket, but he now  had the  numbers QuickChek would not give me.  NJ never called me to contest payout, just slipped it through.  Now.  the ticket was purchased by me Aug3, 2006 and closed out that day by retail agent.  The game ended Feb 05, 2007.   The last date to claim the ticket for anyone was Feb 5, 2008.   Fall 2009, it was still sitting in computer as winner  I heard with my name.  After mediation which was turned into a mock trial, it was paid again in fraud.  The mediation lawyer who had many conversations with police, did not try to negotiate the ticket for us at any point.   He dropped our expensive cause. THe NJL ticket was paid out of  time frame to make the crime go away.

I called the DAG, who told me now the "winnah" had played this ticket and a man from NY could play anything in NJ. It did not matter if he had cashed an over a million dollar NJL check in my name and was allowed to keep the cash.  It was from a cash account then.   Nothing mattered anymore.  It was easier to make a winner for a cover up than to risk exposure of public trust. We really believed in the Justice System.  It may have fallen in the cracks.  It may have fallen into pockets.  It may have fallen on the floor not to be investigated.   When Sis and I went to the FBI a while ago, she sat in her wheelchair in front of an agent who had ties to our area.  She told of her theft of her coins worth a small fortune and her ticket.  His reply was they had our lottery money and they now had her coin collection and she could kiss them goodby.  She left crying and during that night she had another small stroke. 

I was told it was a State issue, but when someone in the State is involved, how can there be fairness?   Finders keepers; losers weepers.  Someone left my sister sitting in her wheelchair in the rain. 

UnhappyIf I had know our alarm was being shut off and our  home was entered, I would have said so.  We would have had our claim and our home would not have been deliberately burned and all the rest of the horrors we endured.  We are still being robbed and we are still being harassed and those in the game scam got richer while we still spiral financially downwards.

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February 24, 2007, 3:27 pmarson fueled by lottery

Sis and I were the 2 women with the AWOL $5 million instant scratch off in Aug 2006 which was paid out in Oct 2006 to officials and uniforms and people  in our community who had touched our lives in some way.  We took the matter to Trenton, proving there was a lot of too much coincidence.  The people to whom we turned to for help, helped themselves.  We were threatened, robbed and burned out of our home on December 27, 2006 just four nights after I asked the police to remove a wire in our home which I was told they had installed.  Somehow the Slomin's alarm was being shut off and our home was entered at whim.  There was a solvent and wire and an electrical fire in the upstairs room where I had been on my computer composing my pointing finger letters.  Minutes after I went downstairs to check on my sister, a wall fire broke out in the room upstairs. I got my paralyzed sister out of the house, that small fire turned into one that destroyed the entire upstairs, my computer, our clothing, $10,000 in cash was missing, and my sister's medications were opened and exposed to heat making them toxic before they were returned to us.  Someone told our doctor that the meds were unsafe.  The sheet rock from the ceiling fell onto my head and shoulder when AI reenter the premise and I have a hairline shoulder fracture. Sis had a mild TIA and was taken from the hospital and placed in a long term care center with the forgotten as Social Service would not let me take her to the hotel or get her released until I found temp living arrangements.  She watched in silence as her home burned while I was screaming.  She is still suffering from post traumatic shock and instead of being a millionairess she was in a respite center with a catheter up her bladder.

There is some evidence the ticket was found in the house. 

What was not burned  and was left in the house was further stolen. The arson  is being smothered.  We did prove our purchase of our ticket.  Someone in Lottoland made a comment to me to proceed with caution.  Someone with a badge told me I was getting too close to the truth and people wanted us out of the house and out of the community.

Someone broke into this temp house.  The electric garage door fell on its side and the cable didn't snap.  The outside standpipe didn't seem to freeze, seemed to blow up causing a flood to the basement and street.  The garbage disposal had a foreign object in it  suddenly that was not of the house and Sis' handicapped sticker disappeared from the car parked in the garage.  All within 30 days.

There is still lotto money missing from the  payout as it was paid through a bank and tax sheltered account.  Clever.

NJ Lottery is still under consideration to be privatized.

Yes, it was stupid to have money in the house, but someone was accessing our accounts through the Internet. Hard lesson not to have put it in the safe box.  I know who took it.  Finders keepers, losers weepers.  They got our lottery ticket, our cash and burned us out of  our home. 

It was just one bad luck day after another since that $5.00 scratch.  Remember, the big money is usually at the end of the rolls because they want you to spend the bucks on the games.  Serious players check the stats every week to see remaining prizes.  Good luck.  May you not have our bad luck after rubbing out a ticket and remember to sign the back.  Our ticket even had the name crossed out and a second signature over it and it did not void the payout.

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October 29, 2006, 10:37 amOur Town Without Pity

An open letter to “Our Town Without Pity”

 

 

Prior a devastating stroke rendering my sister Marilyn unable to use her left side and with little vision in her left eye, she was a true friend to many of you, a loyal customer to your local businesses, and she supported your annual donation drives.

For four years Marilyn has struggled daily in an uphill battle to remain as independent as one can in a wheelchair in a body that seemed to ignore her pain medications and in one that recognized only her right side.

Since August, almost three months ago, she has dealt with a downhill hope and spirit. Having the good fortune to rub out a winning instant Lifetime Riches game that produced one big LIFE with $5,000 a week for life underneath, was it true!!! Her pain was paramount and the ticket was not secured.

When sometime later, realizing the ticket was AWOL after frantic searches, the wastebasket next to the bed seemed logical always wrapped and discarded separately. We called the Director of Public Works and the Superintendent of Sanitation, and after a thorough investigation, they assured me neither the boys nor the driver found anything. The police ignored us.

The ticket was taken out of the NJ State's computers as a winner, and eveyone wondered where was the payout.

Accidentally, I learned a large winning ticket was claimed in August at a local pharmacy which did not sell that game. I called NJLottery with details of Sis’s ticket, and a ticket batch audit produced a winner matching all details. However, the validation site and the claimant changed. It was a winner, then before our purchase, then after our purchase, finally to the ticket never existed. Even another name was superimposed over the scratched out original name. The total number of tickets printed, sold and still remaining for sale on that game did not add up per Public Records figures from NJL.

Supposedly this non-existent ticket has recently been straddled with some County officials’ names, that local pharmacy, a restaurant, our annual donation recipients and even a neighbor or two with whom I spoke about the ticket and some other people known or unknown to us. There seemed to be deep pockets from our home via the circuitous route of Colonia and County and straight to the NJLottery to the Treasury Department, metamorphosing en route. It was a bad ticket and covered up.

Some reading this may have joined in a deceptive claim that was not a prepaid group effort, only group greed. Some may know what happened and are unwilling or afraid to buck those who claimed it. And, some had the principles to pass. Or, it is a first time awareness.

Perhaps someone or two will have the courage to come forward to give my sister back her life and her prize to help her as a handicapped woman challenged in a non-handicapped world.

Life is not written in stone, and paralysis is not selective. Finders, keepers; losers, weepers! You left my sister sitting in the rain.

LMM and MAY

Colonia, October 27, 2006

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September 3, 2006, 3:34 pmfinders keepers losers weepers

 I purchased ain instant $5.00 Lifetime game for my sister in a convenience store in NJ Aug. She scratched off a winner, we hoped.  Saw one large multicolored LIFE symbol in middle of card.  Sis asked if she needed three as we play NJ Win for Life.  Sister is left sideparalyzed, left eye optic atrophy.   I said we would take it back to store and check as only 1 winning symbol, not three as in win for life game.  Looked like a winner; never played that game before. It was inadvertantly tossed in wastebasket  and taken to trash in small bag with tissues outside collection night.  Could not find it in house anywhere.  Looked on website still 3 remaining prizes during time I misplaced tkt, but then down to 2 on Monday Aug 14.

Someone locally, perhaps  employee of county found tkt and validated during time I was dealing with NJ Lottery commission security.  I knew all details of ticket where bought, timeframe purchased,number upper left hand side of ticket, what winning symbol looked like.

I really did not think about the ticket for a few days.  I am up 24x7 with an ill sister and limited help from the County in the mornings, and when I realized we did not check it at the store, it was gone.


Audit came back from  NJL ticket printing company tkt was a match that time frame, that roll from store.  I even tried to get tape from store to prove I was in at time frame. They said it looked like a winner, but then did a 360 turnaround.

You got it, NJLC gave to bearer 2 of them who found ticket on our property. $5,000 big ones a week for life-guaranteed 5 Mill payout.  They're going to announce it this week.

Wasn't signed.  We offered to split 1/2 with finders as we thought we proved our case.  They wanted it all. We got denial letter from NJL.  Oddly, another convenience store said there was a winner on that game locally but could not  find out who winner was and was not named on banner in agent's computers.  Finders live not to far from us: is a small town.  Sis needs a new wheellchair, brace, nore PT, all necessities to help her as a stroke
survivor.  The NJL would not even give us the confirming data to prove myclaim we originally had winning ticket in hand.

The finders took tkt to a local store, not where I purchased tkt.  Store does not even sell that game.  I just happened to go there for something for my sis, and counter gal said they had a big winner on a scratch game.  Would give me no information, then later denied saying anything to me.  I got suspicious.

Aug 20, 2006, got a denial letter from NJL as unsigned tkt.  I went to another convenience store to purchase my second ticket.  The LIFE appearing under numbers were same type face.  Owner sai there had been a big winner in my home town, but winner did not want anyone to know and it was not put in lottery's computer. It still has not been posted, but will this week.  I filed a Title 59 claim against NJ, but have no reprsentation as the NJL will not give me supporting documentation of the audit from ticket company. 

Mu sister and I are devistated.  We offered by word of mouth to split the winnings with the finders.  They were greedy and wanted it all.  Some people knew.  Sis said she would rather be known in life as a good person who had helped others rather than a lottery winner.  But, it would have improve her life quality. 

While someone now can join a better gym or a better country club, sis coul dhave had more physical therapy as medicare will not pay for maintenance and a new brace as they will pay for a leg brace every five years.

While someone will have better, faster cars, Sis could have gotten a new wheelchair and we could drive in a more comfortable disable adapted car.   

Life is not fair.  Being in a handicapped world for fous years and a stroke survivor is hard.  Some one not caring and finding $5,000, 000  a disabled person lost is tougher. 

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September 3, 2006, 3:34 pmfinders keepers losers weepers

 I purchased ain instant $5.00 Lifetime game for my sister in a convenience store in NJ Aug. She scratched off a winner, we hoped.  Saw one large multicolored LIFE symbol in middle of card.  Sis asked if she needed three as we play NJ Win for Life.  Sister is left sideparalyzed, left eye optic atrophy.   I said we would take it back to store and check as only 1 winning symbol, not three as in win for life game.  Looked like a winner; never played that game before. It was inadvertantly tossed in wastebasket  and taken to trash in small bag with tissues outside collection night.  Could not find it in house anywhere.  Looked on website still 3 remaining prizes during time I misplaced tkt, but then down to 2 on Monday Aug 14.

Someone locally, perhaps  employee of county found tkt and validated during time I was dealing with NJ Lottery commission security.  I knew all details of ticket where bought, timeframe purchased,number upper left hand side of ticket, what winning symbol looked like.

I really did not think about the ticket for a few days.  I am up 24x7 with an ill sister and limited help from the County in the mornings, and when I realized we did not check it at the store, it was gone.


Audit came back from  NJL ticket printing company tkt was a match that time frame, that roll from store.  I even tried to get tape from store to prove I was in at time frame. They said it looked like a winner, but then did a 360 turnaround.

You got it, NJLC gave to bearer 2 of them who found ticket on our property. $5,000 big ones a week for life-guaranteed 5 Mill payout.  They're going to announce it this week.

Wasn't signed.  We offered to split 1/2 with finders as we thought we proved our case.  They wanted it all. We got denial letter from NJL.  Oddly, another convenience store said there was a winner on that game locally but could not  find out who winner was and was not named on banner in agent's computers.  Finders live not to far from us: is a small town.  Sis needs a new wheellchair, brace, nore PT, all necessities to help her as a stroke
survivor.  The NJL would not even give us the confirming data to prove myclaim we originally had winning ticket in hand.

The finders took tkt to a local store, not where I purchased tkt.  Store does not even sell that game.  I just happened to go there for something for my sis, and counter gal said they had a big winner on a scratch game.  Would give me no information, then later denied saying anything to me.  I got suspicious.

Aug 20, 2006, got a denial letter from NJL as unsigned tkt.  I went to another convenience store to purchase my second ticket.  The LIFE appearing under numbers were same type face.  Owner sai there had been a big winner in my home town, but winner did not want anyone to know and it was not put in lottery's computer. It still has not been posted, but will this week.  I filed a Title 59 claim against NJ, but have no reprsentation as the NJL will not give me supporting documentation of the audit from ticket company. 

Mu sister and I are devistated.  We offered by word of mouth to split the winnings with the finders.  They were greedy and wanted it all.  Some people knew.  Sis said she would rather be known in life as a good person who had helped others rather than a lottery winner.  But, it would have improve her life quality. 

While someone now can join a better gym or a better country club, sis coul dhave had more physical therapy as medicare will not pay for maintenance and a new brace as they will pay for a leg brace every five years.

While someone will have better, faster cars, Sis could have gotten a new wheelchair and we could drive in a more comfortable disable adapted car.   

Life is not fair.  Being in a handicapped world for fous years and a stroke survivor is hard.  Some one not caring and finding $5,000, 000  a disabled person lost is tougher. 

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