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Wife questioned in lottery winner death

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Factorem's avatar - candle

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Clearly a plot from our government to discourage any future gambling activities.

The wife being questioned, is merely a smokescreen to deflect any attention to the covert activities that were carried out.  Patriot

McGinnin, is that really you that wrote this?, as I am a bit doubtful it was comming from you.

I thought that you of all persons understands like you rightly used the correct word, the covert spririt of the Federal Governments and the State Governments departments of Treasury. These bodies spend no red cent on a lottery ticket but consistently collects millions in tax revenues practically every day, and not just when there is big money in the pots of PB and MM

So why would they wanna act against thier bread and butter and practically maintenance free pipeline for $$ millions. They get most of their money upfront

I would think that if anything else, they would want to see the entire nation loose all their money to gambling because at the end of the day, its more money from then, though a drop in the bucket, that is still good useful money towards keeping the Chinese pacified, in making at least the weekly billions or millions in interests payments alone, on a debt that WILL NEVER EVER be paid off and will be settled in war and by war some day.  Unless there is a conversion of heart  in the governments, which I believe will happen at the same time that the weather man reports ice in Gehenna, and unlikey event either.

 

    Factorem's avatar - candle

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    To shed a little light about myself, when and if I should ever win the lottery, I would start a charity group of physicians to commence a stem cell research to help family members overcome the stigmas relating with schizophrenia and mental illnesses and to help the poor in my midst and - currently poor myself... have the basic needs and to have the simple responsibilities of life be met... without trying to take the whole world into my shoulder as some millionaires do... I simply request to be at equitable peace and standing with my family at my custody! and would make the sacrifices to be sure that they are remaining safe... I do not tolerate violent people - and often at times the potty mouth people like to crowd me, and try to overwhelm jealousy around me when good prosperity come my way... I would like to own a house in a place where I am more likely to be respected by others and what I truly stand for... I do not like for people to harass me, or to stonewall false lies about me - that is my true personality about my character... I have no desire to hurt anyone in this world because to how the country and world has to be so involved and or solicited in "money" I would choose to rather help the inlaws, that ran false accusations about my identity of character from the past few years ago who trialed me away from my son wrongfully by accusing me of hurting him/them. I am true to my word, my wife and myself in this matter- and that I pray that no more psychiatrists bother me about this matter... If I were to become wealthy by sudden chance I wish to settle all my claims, and drive a new car for the road of Liberty, and Justice. I am a married man and deeply respect the women of my livelihood - I know nothing about stalking anyone, Leave that word to describe a corn field.

    Harold, Welcome to the Lottery Post!

    I hope too, that you can find some Peace in this Forum.

    In reading your post, you appear to want the best for the marginalized of our world, and that is magnanimous. I encourage you not to wait on the lottery, because at the end of the day, Lottery money is not exactly blessed money. It is money created from millions of dashed hopes, by the greed of the governments that run and operate the lotteries, and the states that use such money for education are not transferring any blessings whatsoever to the young pupils in schools, and in effect ensuring some of the many problems that we see at grassroots education across America.

    The greedy government are in effect inept entities, and lacking in better ways to raise funds to support the educational programs of their states from other ways other than lotteries. These governments are never, and have been and will never be on your side. The governments are a tool of the professional politicians

    I believe that lottery money should be better used in senior programs, homelessness, health-care and the sorts, but not Children's education.

    Education is not a human welfare problem like homelessness, old age, and unsolicited health issues to name but a few.

    There is more than enough money in the coffers of the United States Federal Goverment to take care of the education of young people across America if the USA government will stop hypocritical war mongering and defense of tyrants in middle Eastern oil nations of the world and other places of the  world with strategic mineral interests for the USA

     

      Factorem's avatar - candle

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      This will end up being a sharia law case........

      You are very observant

      It appears that Sharia law has already being carried out on Urooj Khan

       

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        Poor Khan He is so lucky to win the lottery but success is not for him whoever killed this Guy you must repent now God is watching you..


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          Don't all wives want to kill their husbands?

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            Don't all wives want to kill their husbands?

            I think a large percentage of mine did at one time or another.

            And I'm sure a few still do.

            And I ain't even gonna get into the mothers in law.

            Mean, vicious, straight razor totin' wimmins...

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              I think a large percentage of mine did at one time or another.

              And I'm sure a few still do.

              And I ain't even gonna get into the mothers in law.

              Mean, vicious, straight razor totin' wimmins...

              There is a great story by Ruth Graham.

              They asked her (Ruth Graham) did she ever think about divorce and she said, 'No, I've never thought of divorce in all these 35 years of marriage, but,' she said, 'I did think of murder a few times
               

              Je vous salue, Marie, pleine de grace.  We will rebuild!

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                Don't all wives want to kill their husbands?

                LOL

                Patriot

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                  I hope they asked her which pot/pan she cooked that meal in and what exact

                  plate w/utensils he ate it with, if any of those are missing you know something is up with her!


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                    I still think the clerk did it.


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                      LOL

                             LOL

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                               LOL

                        LOL

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                          this is a big case I think the suspect that murdered her husband is aftering the money.

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                            I think a large percentage of mine did at one time or another.

                            And I'm sure a few still do.

                            And I ain't even gonna get into the mothers in law.

                            Mean, vicious, straight razor totin' wimmins...

                            LOL Got some sister in laws like that.

                            Winter is coming !   Ned Stark.

                              rdgrnr's avatar - walt
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                              If it's the wife, they oughta lock her and Drew Peterson up together in the same cell.