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Decision in $5 million lottery ticket theft trial in Judge's hands

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Posted: April 30, 2013, 5:10 pm - IP Logged

Your starting to sound like an idiot, Nose. The child's toy clearly belongs to the child on the right hand side of the photo that you failed to notice. (hand and foot pictured) Perhaps youre the handicapped crackhead here?

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    Posted: April 30, 2013, 5:13 pm - IP Logged

    That's why it was called "a family photo" crackhead.

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      What are you 12?  Grow up.


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        Posted: April 30, 2013, 5:15 pm - IP Logged

        What are you 12?  Grow up.

        I'm not the crackhead. Are you also a card carrying pot head.


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          Posted: April 30, 2013, 5:16 pm - IP Logged

          Looks like the news in NY is expecting a verdict at 10 am. in the morning.

          http://www.cnycentral.com/news/story.aspx?id=891661#.UYAwjbXU8pU


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            Posted: April 30, 2013, 5:17 pm - IP Logged

            What are you 12?  Grow up.

            You got served.

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              Posted: April 30, 2013, 7:22 pm - IP Logged

              Too bad the dope head couldnt prove that he recieved $4000. Perhaps his dealer didnt want to show up?

              We can only go by the reports we read and if they are correct, the only thing Miles proved is that he is/was a crack head and apparently so are most of his witnesses. Did any of Mile's witnesses say for a fact they saw the ticket and it was a $5 million winner?

              That doesn't mean he didn't actually buy the $5 million ticket, but if the Judge believes him, look for other cases with more credible people and witnesses. If you read where a store near you sold a scratch-off jackpot winner, tell the authorities you bought a ticket you thought won the jackpot, but the clerk said it was a Free Ticket. Tell your Pastor and the choir you thought you won millions so they can testify you said it.

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                Posted: April 30, 2013, 7:33 pm - IP Logged

                What are you 12?  Grow up.

                I Agree!

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                  I also agree. (Ronnie316) The guy was told he won 5K when he asked to check ticket at the store. He was a idiot for believing that if he thought it could be worth more. But he was on drugs not in his right mind.

                  Did anyone ask those brothers about the 4K that was "given" to him as his winnings? Did they admit to that or no? I sure hope someone asked them. And if they really did give him 4K then CLEARLY they would not do it unless that ticket was worth more.

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                    Posted: April 30, 2013, 8:18 pm - IP Logged

                    That's why it was called "a family photo" crackhead.

                    Family Photo?

                    This is what people call FAMILY PHOTOS.

                    Having one person in the picture while others are cowering to the side is not a " family photo"

                     

                    l will not indulge in countering with insults.Its not worth my time.

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                      Posted: May 1, 2013, 9:28 am - IP Logged

                      Lock up the brothers and their 5 million dollar lottery stealing daddy to. You don't hold a 5 million dollar lottery ticket until the statue of limitation has almost expired for your crime. Ashkar validated the ticket in 2006 but tried to cash it in 2012. Now had he not validated the ticket  he wouldn't have been able to cash it  6 years later.

                      Andy Ashkar said he was affraid for the safety of his family, isn't he still affraid now? Ashkar said he didn't want to tell his wife because he didn't know her that well because it was a contract marrage. Two months later he wins the lottery, I would love to see his passport. 

                      As I see it he stole Miles ticket and his unemployed self and his mother hopped a plane to Palestine to buy his wife ( contract marrage ). Since dad knows he stole the ticket I'm sure he was good for a loan.

                      While he was waiting for the statue of limitation to expire on his crime his wife got preggers so he applied for medicaid so tax payers could paid for his baby because he's worried his family may be harmed. So he didn't mine stealing from the State.

                      Ashkar stole tax payers money just like he stole Miles lottery ticket. He thought this crack head won't know any different.

                      This is not the first time the seller has tried to steal the buyers winning ticket. Iowa had a lawyer try to cash a million dollar ticket on the last day you could cash it, but wouldn't say who won, so the lottery wouldn't pay.

                      I have two problems with this case, first validating the ticket but not cashing it, second waiting 6 years to cash the ticket and having someone say that the ticket is his. By waiting 6 years there is no video  showing who bought the ticket. DNA is likely gone.

                      I hope Miles win.

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                        Posted: May 1, 2013, 9:47 am - IP Logged

                        Family Photo?

                        This is what people call FAMILY PHOTOS.

                        Having one person in the picture while others are cowering to the side is not a " family photo"

                         

                        l will not indulge in countering with insults.Its not worth my time.

                        Whatever you big baby. Your the one who looked at the photo and tried to use it as proof that miles is a "handicapped" crackhead. Green laughYour also the one who continued with the insults even after I clearly stated that I was only offering my opinion. No No

                        Now you and your new crybaby friend are acting like I said it was a family photo, when in reality it was in the caption. Sad your to childish to read and comprehend what is being posted before your crying eyes.

                        Robert Miles, of Syracuse, says he bought a New York Lottery scratch-off ticket worth $5 million in 2006 at the Green Ale Market, but was tricked by a son of the market's owners into believing it was worth only $5,000. Miles is shown in a family photo. An Onondaga County grand jury indicted brothers Andy and Nayel Ashkar in November 2012 on attempted grand larceny and conspiracy charges one month after they tried to cash in the $5 million ticket.Supplied photo

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                          Whatever you big baby. Your the one who looked at the photo and tried to use it as proof that miles is a "handicapped" crackhead. Green laughYour also the one who continued with the insults even after I clearly stated that I was only offering my opinion. No No

                          Now you and your new crybaby friend are acting like I said it was a family photo, when in reality it was in the caption. Sad your to childish to read and comprehend what is being posted before your crying eyes.

                          Robert Miles, of Syracuse, says he bought a New York Lottery scratch-off ticket worth $5 million in 2006 at the Green Ale Market, but was tricked by a son of the market's owners into believing it was worth only $5,000. Miles is shown in a family photo. An Onondaga County grand jury indicted brothers Andy and Nayel Ashkar in November 2012 on attempted grand larceny and conspiracy charges one month after they tried to cash in the $5 million ticket.Supplied photo

                          Well Ronnie: Your support for Andy failed. The judge found this Crook guilty this morning and he was led off in handcuffs.
                          Perhaps in the future you will think more clearly before backing criminals.

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                            Posted: May 1, 2013, 11:25 am - IP Logged

                            Sounds pretty cut and dried.

                            If it wasn't Miles' ticket, what the hell did Ashkar give him the $4.000 for?

                            He waited until the last minute hoping Miles would be gone or dead or wouldn't connect it with his ticket because of the time frame.

                            There's no justice if those lying thieves get so much as one penny out of this man's jackpot.

                            It was Cut & Dried Rdgrnr..

                            This Just In..

                             

                            Syracuse, NY - A judge convicted one brother accused of stealing a winning $5 million lottery ticket from a convenience store customer but threw out conspiracy charges against his brother.

                            Andy Ashkar, 35, was found guilty by Judge Joseph Fahey of criminal possession of stolen property. He was handcuffed and taken to jail immediately following the verdict.

                            His brother, Nayel, who was acquitted on charges of conspiracy, was free to leave.

                            Andy Ashkar faces a minimum sentence of 1 to 3 years in prison and a maximum of 8 1/3 to 25 years for possessing stolen property. The brothers signed a waiver last week allowing the judge to rule from the bench.

                            The brothers' father, Nayef, is also charged with conspiracy and has a separate trial date scheduled for September. Defense attorney Kevin McCormack, who is representing Nayef Ashkar, said the judge's verdict today "may be helpful" to his client.

                            Andy Ashkar's sentencing has been scheduled for May 29. Defense attorney Robert Durr said he respected the court's decision, though he felt there was enough reasonable doubt to acquit his client on all charges.

                            He said he would be speaking soon with the Ashkar family about Andy's right to appeal.

                             

                            Appeal?- Right.

                             

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                              Well Ronnie: Your support for Andy failed. The judge found this Crook guilty this morning and he was led off in handcuffs.
                              Perhaps in the future you will think more clearly before backing criminals.

                              For the third time, ass wipe. I was posting an opinion. Congratulations on your big win.