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Police: Fla. Lotto winner buried under concrete

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Posted: January 29, 2010, 9:17 pm - IP Logged

This indeed is a sad story.  It just goes to show how people will take advantage of you when it is obvious you can not help yourself.  Sad that his "advisor" advised him out of his assets and he could not see it.  It would be good to remain nameless.  But that law WILL NOT change sooo.....be creative as you claim.  BEFORE you claim:

1. Have arrangements made to have your present home cleaned out and loaded on a moving truck!

2. Tell NO ONE, absolutely no one that you have won.  PERIOD!

3. When you do tell, make sure that the ones you tell are worthy---will not kill you for your winnings.  Stipulate in your will that if you disappear under strange circumstances, their assetts are IMMEDIATELY frozen.  Better yet, freeze the assets or something, then before they can enjoy, it must be proven that they had nothing to do with your demise.

4.  Moving to a "safer" neighborhood would not have helped Mr. Shakespeare.  His inner circle was the cause of his ultimate demise.

 

I am not sure, but isn't there a law where family can claim assets if the assets were swindled from a person who did not understand what they were doing?  Maybe that is a will that can be contested.  Dee Dee was a shark, heh!?  She will get your just rewards if she has had ANYTHING to do with this.  All scoundrels do---eventually.

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    PA
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    Posted: January 29, 2010, 9:56 pm - IP Logged

    Sad indeed. This is exactly why WHEN I win the lottery, I'll move my family from PA to North Dakota or Wyoming...

      Bondi Junction
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      Posted: January 30, 2010, 12:39 am - IP Logged

      I would like to ask all of you to email the Florida lottery and the Governor of Florida and raise the issue of anonymity.

      We all get a lot out of lotteries!

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        NH
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        Posted: January 30, 2010, 1:12 am - IP Logged

        I hope he can now RIP...However staying anonymous would have not helped this poor man...It was the people he chose to bring into his circle that most likely was his own demise...The world is full of unconscious animals...Whether we are dirt poor or filthy rich, we have to take the necessary precautions to protect ourselves AT ALL TIMES...

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          NH
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          Posted: January 30, 2010, 1:16 am - IP Logged

          And the media gets on the filthy rich Athletes for carrying a weapon with them at all times...I'm not saying its right to carry a weapon in a locker room or whatever...But I do understand the argument...

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            Posted: January 30, 2010, 1:29 am - IP Logged

            Hey Dee Dee, I hope you meet some nice people who know what you did and you get yours. I say let God judge her and her brother but right away. Sparky is easy. A chipper/shredder would be more of a deterent. You could also bury her alive like she and her brother did to this naive but nice man. I'm going to go look you up now Dee Dee, so I can recognize you and spread the word. Hope others do the same and you read this post.Mad See you later Dee Dee, I hope.

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              Monkey Butt, USA
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              Posted: January 30, 2010, 3:59 am - IP Logged

              After following this story here at LotteryPost, I am reminded of a thread I posted 9-4-09 Identity Withheld Identity Revealed http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/199983/1396014 and a thread posted 12-04-09 by rdgrnr Should Lottery Commission Be Obligated to Maintain Your Anonymity?  http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/204799 .

              As we all dream of winning a lottery jackpot, we should seriously do an if-then plan for the safety and welfare of ourselves and our loved ones. Believe it or not you're not safe just because you move to another place where no one knows you.

              I tell my significant other all the time how I admire stalkers for their tenacity. I always say if you want to be completely successful all the time, develop the personality of a stalker. I admire the stalker not for being able to strike fear/concern into the intended target. But for the discipline required to learn everything about the intended target. Even with the threat of jail/prison a stalker pursues the intended target.

              Unfortunately, this young man ended up as worm food because of the people he chose to surround himself with. We need to be vigilant in the thought that money changes people. Not just the person on the receiving end but the person on the losing end.

              We read every year where people are killed over their own money. Wheather it is a child killing a parent, spouse killing spouse, parent killing child, relative killing relative, friend killing friend, co-worker killing co-worker, stranger killing stranger, the list goes on and on. It happens every year. This is a very sad fact in this world.

              So my message to all of the future big time winners here at LotteryPost, please be very very careful when you win. I don't any of you to suffer this fate or anything along this line. As far as I'm concerned your win is a very well deserved win, and it should be a time of celebration and thanksgiving for you and your loved ones, not the beginning of fear or terror.

              My heart is grieved for this young man but my heart would be broken should it ever happen to any of my extended family here at LotteryPost. So don't make me cry. BE SAFE AND TAKE NOTHING FOR GRANTED!!!!!

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                Sunny California
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                Posted: January 30, 2010, 8:19 am - IP Logged

                Gee..........buried in cement........hit and killed by a car...........sure looking forward to winning that Jackpot soon,lol.

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                  Posted: January 30, 2010, 9:30 am - IP Logged

                  Thank you for your words of encouragement!

                  See Ya!-- Bye, bye!  When you win, may you glow as brightly as theSun Smiley

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                    Posted: January 30, 2010, 3:50 pm - IP Logged

                    Gee..........buried in cement........hit and killed by a car...........sure looking forward to winning that Jackpot soon,lol.

                    Green laughI Agree!   Green laugh

                     

                    Roll EyesStay sober and make new trust worthy friends .... whats sooo hard about that ??Roll Eyes


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                      Posted: January 30, 2010, 8:06 pm - IP Logged

                      Very sad. I hope justice is served in this lifetime.

                       

                      play pick3, pick 4 and have fun. You may not win a huge jackpot but your not likely to get your name plastered all over the place. No doubt there are those who seek the monthly jackpot winners out from what records are available. For some desperate souls this may be a full time obsession to aquire wealth. Having seen open obsession here at LP, I am sure there are well hidden and masked desperados on the lookout for an easy mark.

                      You have to understand when it comes to self preservation, some people have no values, rules or bars to hold them back. The hungrier they are, the more ugly it gets. The greater the temptation for huge amounts of free wealth, the greater the risk that will be taken to aquire it.

                      The first ten minutes of 2001 A Space Odyssey shows self preservation and murder for resources.  Don't kid yourself thinking all people are anymore evolved than Moonwatcher. Not winning a jackpot may be the best thing that ever happened to you. Your wealth will freak some people out to the point that they become obsessed to get it for themselves.