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Photos, evidence released in case of murdered Florida lottery winner

Topic closed. 18 replies. Last post 6 years ago by rukiafae.

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Posted: November 27, 2010, 8:25 am - IP Logged

What, I don't understand is why she had to kill him, she got him to give her One million dollars she bamboozled him out of a house  could she not be satisfied with that???!! She is a poor excuse for a human being...Death does not become her that is too Quick, LIFE will take care of her!!! LIFE!! !

forget what "they" say about youWhat you say about you?...

Now, does it count??

 

 

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    Posted: November 27, 2010, 11:42 am - IP Logged

    I've always said I would elect the cash option if I ever won big, but cases like these are causing me to rethink my position.  Maybe we should be lobbying for a change in the prize structures of lotteries to produce more winners of smaller amounts.  It might even be wise to eliminate the cash options altogether and require everyone to legally designate, up front, what happens to their, say, "$2000 a Week for Life" payments when they die.  And how about a provision that beneficiaries only receive 1/2 of the principal's annuity payments.  This way, "friends" and relatives would have an incentive to keep their cash cow alive! Smiley

    I know this would end all the "fun" of buying multi million dollar villas and other extravagances, but wouldn it also be fun to be alive, and have a lot more people winning and enjoying the smaller prizes?

    Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!

    --Jimmy4164

    Years ago when Ohio had the most successful lottery in the area and was generating jackpots of $60M+ mainly because players were coming from other states to play, they decide to reduce the amount one ticket could win to $20M and more than half of the people stopped playing.  Ohio lottery never regained that level of interest again and never will because since then surrounding states improve their lotteries and added PowerBall and/or MegaMillions which Ohio had to do eventually to keep Ohioans playing in Ohio. 

    If lotteries didn't offer chances to win a large jackpot, half of the people that play wouldn't play, they don't care about spreading the wealth.

     * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
       
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      Posted: November 27, 2010, 12:42 pm - IP Logged

         Anonymous is the only way to claim. It must be available in all lottery states. For those who love more prizes with smaller amounts Scratchers are available at all retailer stores. And if the guy has an option to stay anonymous but still gives out his name - Mother Nature laws prevail and natural selection applies.

      The state of Florida does not allow anonymous claims. They release your name, your city, information about the game you won, and even hold a press conference for Powerball winners. As a Florida resident, I can definitely say I'm not too happy about the whole idea. :(

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        Posted: November 27, 2010, 8:15 pm - IP Logged

        The state of Florida does not allow anonymous claims. They release your name, your city, information about the game you won, and even hold a press conference for Powerball winners. As a Florida resident, I can definitely say I'm not too happy about the whole idea. :(

        NC is the same way, which is why we will move before the sheet hits the fan.... even if its just to some relatives house (with a different last name) for a time...