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Florida to reveal winner of $590.5 million Powerball lottery

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Posted: June 5, 2013, 11:45 pm - IP Logged

so 2 lawyer double team it

and she bolts right atfer the claim

"she won't be at media press"

she must of already been packed,and has left the building 

by time media try to find her, she be Long gone?

so long big winner

be intresting to watch to see how fast the media will get to her.

 "We hope that everyone will give us an opportunity to maintain our privacy for our family’s benefit."

this odd lady is out of her mind to think this

u just won biggest amount 1 ticket ever won,and U THINK u have the opportunity to maintain the privacy u had before

your out of your mind lady.  "we hope".  that says it all, she "hopes"  hope don't do jack, ask obama about hes hope

, it takes action not words fool.

and she just given away her privacy by going public,  she didn't want to use ever loophole to bypass public records

no instand, she: hopesNo Nod for privacy

i don't care if florida demanda name, it could of been bypassed via all kinds of tricks/legal middle etc

i won't feel sorry for this lady when ever begger on earth shows up /plus media looking for news story comes nocking

she won't have her privacy to media gets there pound of flesh

also biggest CASH jackpot winner  is also one of oddest of all time?

also the moral of the story, is never let a odd person cut u off

 

Prior to the drawing, Mackenzie agreed to split any proceeds with her son,
will this kid is mega rich thanks to hes mom

now that is parent taking care of her kid, massive respect

How is it oddest of all time? Also can you stop writing paragraphs in all your posts? lol

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    Posted: June 5, 2013, 11:49 pm - IP Logged

             They were there 2 hours and lottery officials didn't call the media ????

              There must been a plan to slip out of there that quick . No offense ,

               84 year old can't run that fast .

               Always said .........Have a plan and 1/2 packed ........

    They don't have to "call the media" if the media shows up they have to give them the name. But they don't have to go calling the media that's crazy.

    Also those lawyers, and her are idiots. YOU CAN CLAIM WITH OUT BEING PUBLIC!!! Even if your state does not allow it there are ways around it. I can't believe her lawyers would not help her get around that. I am just speachless. I am guessing she did not even want to / try.

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      Posted: June 6, 2013, 12:09 am - IP Logged

      They don't have to "call the media" if the media shows up they have to give them the name. But they don't have to go calling the media that's crazy.

      Also those lawyers, and her are idiots. YOU CAN CLAIM WITH OUT BEING PUBLIC!!! Even if your state does not allow it there are ways around it. I can't believe her lawyers would not help her get around that. I am just speachless. I am guessing she did not even want to / try.

      Given her age, she might already have her children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and immediate family members all set up. It is hard to keep secret with such large recipients. It would take a large conspiracy like some people here like to say.

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        Given her age, she might already have her children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and immediate family members all set up. It is hard to keep secret with such large recipients. It would take a large conspiracy like some people here like to say.

        True, but I still feel with the right people they could have come up with "something" blind trusts, LLC w.e.........SOMETHING lol

        But that is just me. I just think even more so with this kind of amount your asking for trouble not doing that. This is the LARGEST SINGLE TICKET EVER. I would suggest the same for small jackpots like 40 mill even.

        It's like her family does not care. At her age she probably did not even think about it. Her family won't have to deal with the crazy & get it all pretty much at her age. This poor older woman does not need the stress she is about to deal with being public.

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          Posted: June 6, 2013, 4:23 am - IP Logged

          True, but I still feel with the right people they could have come up with "something" blind trusts, LLC w.e.........SOMETHING lol

          But that is just me. I just think even more so with this kind of amount your asking for trouble not doing that. This is the LARGEST SINGLE TICKET EVER. I would suggest the same for small jackpots like 40 mill even.

          It's like her family does not care. At her age she probably did not even think about it. Her family won't have to deal with the crazy & get it all pretty much at her age. This poor older woman does not need the stress she is about to deal with being public.

          Somebody pointed out that if you had a blind trust, you would have less control over it. You wouldn't know how and where the money is invested.

          I seem to recall a few years ago where somebody claimed his winning through a trust but through Freedom of Information Act or through other legal means, the media finds out who the winner was and published his name.

          It seems that the only sure way to remain anonymous is if you buy your winning ticket in a state where you are allowed to be anonymous. We still don't know the name of  The Three Amigos who shared MM record jackpot last year in Maryland.

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            Posted: June 7, 2013, 3:35 am - IP Logged

            Somebody pointed out that if you had a blind trust, you would have less control over it. You wouldn't know how and where the money is invested.

            I seem to recall a few years ago where somebody claimed his winning through a trust but through Freedom of Information Act or through other legal means, the media finds out who the winner was and published his name.

            It seems that the only sure way to remain anonymous is if you buy your winning ticket in a state where you are allowed to be anonymous. We still don't know the name of  The Three Amigos who shared MM record jackpot last year in Maryland.

            hmm really? I would like to read that story if you find it. I don't see why claiming through a trust/LLC wouldn't work a lot have done it.

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              Posted: June 7, 2013, 12:57 pm - IP Logged

              With the lady being 84 years old and fraile, the live long part may not be an option, but I'm sure her family is gonig to prosper greately though.

              Following the trends and patterns means following the money!Banana

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                Posted: June 24, 2013, 6:56 am - IP Logged

                I guess the woman already followed the 6 steps before claiming her prize. It seems like she already planned on how to handle her finances before she claimed her prize.  She's indeed fortunate to win such huge amount of prize.