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Prosecution calling last witnesses for $5M lottery theft trial

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Posted: April 28, 2013, 6:05 pm - IP Logged

He could not have given up his right because the person that bought the ticket from him is a liscenced personel with authorization to faithfully sell and reedem tickets for custormers if on the other hand he went out on the street and bought crack with his ticket then I will agree with you but he did not do that . lottery officials or representatives have a higher code of conduct just like you saying a police officer will tell you you have the right to remain silent and then shoot you in the head is that fair no.

Correctomundo! Well put.Hurray!
Time for these guys to get their toothbrushes and
soap on a rope together. They're going to get a long stay.

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    Posted: April 28, 2013, 10:29 pm - IP Logged

    "Her story makes perfect sense and sounds completely believable."

    Sure it does, Floydie. LOL

    Sure it does.

    Makes perfect sense and sounds completely believable. Thumbs Up

    You're too stupid to even know you're stupid.

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      Way back up in them dadgum hills, son!
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      Posted: April 29, 2013, 12:44 am - IP Logged

      You're too stupid to even know you're stupid.

      Ooooooooooooooooooh, did somebody get up on the wrong side of bed today?

      Yeah, KY Jelly Man, maybe someday I'll be as smart as you. LOL

      But in the meantime, snuggle up and put your nose where you usually have it on somebody and inhale deeply.

      Are ya ready, son?

      Pffffffffffttttttttttttt!!!

      There ya go little buddy! 

      How was that? LOL

      And when you get time, little floydie poo, the miserly cheapskate who breaks the bank spending a whole $20 a year on PB, expound a little more on how innocent those poor shopkeepers are who kept the winning ticket for 5 years and then didn't want to sign it. Yeah, tell us more how perfectly reasonable that was, you insufferable moron.

      That's your assignment for today, Clownboy.

      UH-OH! 

      Pucker up again, KY Jelly Floydie!

      Pfffffffffffffffffffffffffttttttttttttttttt!!!  LOL


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        Posted: April 29, 2013, 11:24 am - IP Logged

        You're too stupid to even know you're stupid.

        Im sure being stupid is not all that bad KY. Can you give us some pointers on livin the stupid life?

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          Posted: April 29, 2013, 1:24 pm - IP Logged

          Correctomundo! Well put.Hurray!
          Time for these guys to get their toothbrushes and
          soap on a rope together. They're going to get a long stay.

          I hope so.There are some cases where an example has to be set, and you looking at one right here Ladies & Gentlemen. Andy " crossed the line" when Miles after legitimately buying a $5 mil scratcher has it taken away by force and Andy claims ownership.

          Had Andy paid Miles $4 mil for that ticket, we would not be hearing about this case. But the fact that he paid him $4,000 and pocketed $4, 996,000 is gross & reckless behavior and he should be rewarded with jail time.

          Time for Andy and company to make " New Friends"

           


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            Posted: April 29, 2013, 4:46 pm - IP Logged

            I hope so.There are some cases where an example has to be set, and you looking at one right here Ladies & Gentlemen. Andy " crossed the line" when Miles after legitimately buying a $5 mil scratcher has it taken away by force and Andy claims ownership.

            Had Andy paid Miles $4 mil for that ticket, we would not be hearing about this case. But the fact that he paid him $4,000 and pocketed $4, 996,000 is gross & reckless behavior and he should be rewarded with jail time.

            Time for Andy and company to make " New Friends"

             

            I think $4000. is more than fair, for a crackhead who is stupid enough to say: "What could I did against a big strong important shop owner?"..... I say the brothers get a least half the money and drop all charges.

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              Posted: April 29, 2013, 5:10 pm - IP Logged

              So this is how one thinks when the desert heat takes it toll on the brain?

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                Posted: May 3, 2013, 9:06 pm - IP Logged

                I'm sure the statement of the witness will aid them in concluding this trial. I wonder if the real winner can still claim his prize.