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Lottery winner faces murder trial in Detroit landlord's death

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Posted: May 29, 2011, 8:05 am - IP Logged

This guy is lower than ghetto. $1.5 million in the bank and he lives in a $15,000 house, but, goes out and buys $100,000 in cars (Corvette and Avalanche). Then when his daughter his getting evicted for 2 months back rent he shoots the landlord when he could have bought 100 apartment buildings just like it.

Having worked at that facility and and a few other Postal Service offices around the area,  I may have even met the guy. Most others that work there are good people and don't deserve to be compared with him.

Hopefully, the lawyers will leave enough to properely compensate the widow. He will lose his job, his freedom and be bankrupt when this is over, all deservedly so.

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    Posted: May 31, 2011, 9:07 am - IP Logged

    This guy is lower than ghetto. $1.5 million in the bank and he lives in a $15,000 house, but, goes out and buys $100,000 in cars (Corvette and Avalanche). Then when his daughter his getting evicted for 2 months back rent he shoots the landlord when he could have bought 100 apartment buildings just like it.

    Having worked at that facility and and a few other Postal Service offices around the area,  I may have even met the guy. Most others that work there are good people and don't deserve to be compared with him.

    Hopefully, the lawyers will leave enough to properely compensate the widow. He will lose his job, his freedom and be bankrupt when this is over, all deservedly so.

    He was mentally and morally bankrupt from the start.

     

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      Posted: May 31, 2011, 11:13 am - IP Logged

      He was mentally and morally bankrupt from the start.

      I Agree! Yep, and apples don't fall far the tree.,

      Did you exchange a walk on part in the war ?

      For a lead role in a cage?

       

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