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Convicted murderer Dee Dee Moore denies killing lotto winner

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Posted: September 11, 2013, 11:31 am - IP Logged

I Agree!

 

 

Everytime   I   see    that   woman    I    want   to       Puke 

 

What   A   Piece   Of   Work

 

 

Rest   In    Peace     Mr.     Shakespeare  (  you  had  too  good  a  heart  for  this  old  world  )

I know Astekblue, I am not a violent person but I wanted to jump through the tv and knock that  smile off her face (my hubby was like calm down). Then she was talking about the movie offers she has receivedBang Head. I sure do hope she is not able to prosper from this.

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    Posted: September 11, 2013, 1:32 pm - IP Logged

    well if it can be proved he owed it,   the guy being murdered doeant cancel th debt, its still owed to his estate. of course being illiterate   shakespear wouldnt have got a   loan agreement signed . but if that debt is aknowledged.  even the cops cant just forgive it for turning states evidence.  if i wwas the estate lawyers, i would pursue it.

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      Posted: September 11, 2013, 3:01 pm - IP Logged

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        Posted: September 11, 2013, 4:46 pm - IP Logged

        Now, maybe you know why people in states that have ANONYMOUS claiming, have it better than states that do not!


        Only FOUR STATES in this country have laws that allow winners to remain anonymous from the media.

        Ohio and Virginia are Two of them...

        Can you help me name the OTHER two States...

        PS: Arizona, at recent report, was ALSO considering passage of Anonymous claiming, and whether or not they passed and approved it yet, that will probably wait until the next report.

        Virginia has NEVER been an anonymous state.  If you have any basic google skills, you can find the 4 states easily. Some other states do allow you to claim via a trust like DC. Virginia does not.

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          Posted: September 11, 2013, 5:02 pm - IP Logged

          Now, maybe you know why people in states that have ANONYMOUS claiming, have it better than states that do not!


          Only FOUR STATES in this country have laws that allow winners to remain anonymous from the media.

          Ohio and Virginia are Two of them...

          Can you help me name the OTHER two States...

          PS: Arizona, at recent report, was ALSO considering passage of Anonymous claiming, and whether or not they passed and approved it yet, that will probably wait until the next report.

          Kansas is an anonymous state and I think that Louisiana is too,but I'm not sure.

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            Posted: September 11, 2013, 5:06 pm - IP Logged

            I'm angry that I missed most of the special, but I did catch her epic interview! This is woman who changed her story many times. Before the trial she calimed her then 14 year old son killed Shakespeare. She claimed her own lawyer killed Shakespeare! She texted his family pretending to be him. What witnesses? Where is big bad drug dealer Charlie? The drug dealer story doesn't even make sense. She killed Abraham. Killers can also like Disney, Ms. Moore.

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              Posted: September 11, 2013, 5:14 pm - IP Logged

              I watched the interview and was at a disbelief when she made the statement she had only known Mr. Shakespeare for a few months before he was killed.  My opinion is people have different motives for doing what they do.  They don't have to know the person for a long period of time if there is a motive for murder.  Money changes people, some for good and some for bad; therefore, Ms. Moore's intentions were for bad.  After carefully watching her reactions (eg. smiles, change of emotions, etc.), I believe she was capable of doing or took part in Mr. Shakespeare's murder.  Ms. Moore seems to have multiple personalities and create her imaginary life characters as she conversate with others.  In Ms. Moore's last statement she replied, "Dee Anna."  Hmmm, it took her a while to pull that character out of the sky, but she managed.  One thing she did not lie about is only God knows what happened but the evidence at hand does not lie.  I end with this: Ms. Moore was Moore (yes, that is correct, "Moore") excited about the letters from movie producers than admitting the truth to having either killed Mr. Shakespeare or being an accomplice to his murder.   Unhappy

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                Posted: September 11, 2013, 5:23 pm - IP Logged

                Besides.....if you bought your ticket with CASH, and you appear over 21 (or is it 18) You're not forced to show ID when you take out the BET at the convenince store....(Plus, they don't let you use Plastic to buy lottery tickets, anyway) 

                So, there's a degree of ANONYMITY when making the BET.

                So, why does that degree of ANONYMITY have to be stripped away from you, during the process of making the CLAIM when you win?

                If Only Abraham bought that ticket in OHIO....sure, his taxes would be a little higher, but...THEN he'd have that degree of anonymity, that would have prevented a Dee-Dee Moore from ever approaching him, because She would not have known he was a Powerball winner!




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                Here in NC it is illegal for them not to ask for ID when purchasing lottery tickets.  And there are lots of people that look over 18 but are still minors.  Also, many stores in my town allow you to use debit cards to purchase lottery tickets.

                 

                I definitely think that all states should have a law that allows a person to claim their ticket anonymously. If they don't want to grant full anonymity then they should at least allow a person to claim anonymously for 30 to 60 days before their name is released to the public.  That way they can at least have enough time to get to a safe place and maybe get settled down out of the public eye. 

                 

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                  Posted: September 12, 2013, 12:06 pm - IP Logged

                  Why is this ugly B...h still talking . The only thing am having problem with is deciding who l hate most between Dee Dee moore and Jodi ARIAS maybe this two will have a singing contest in jail . when is NASA  going to build a space jail station for inmates like this with a note just kicked out of the planet earth for good destinantion anywhere but earth with enough food supply not to exceed your jail time limit lol.

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                    Here in NC it is illegal for them not to ask for ID when purchasing lottery tickets.  And there are lots of people that look over 18 but are still minors.  Also, many stores in my town allow you to use debit cards to purchase lottery tickets.

                     

                    I definitely think that all states should have a law that allows a person to claim their ticket anonymously. If they don't want to grant full anonymity then they should at least allow a person to claim anonymously for 30 to 60 days before their name is released to the public.  That way they can at least have enough time to get to a safe place and maybe get settled down out of the public eye. 

                     

                    Re: allowing a person to claim anonymously for 30 to 60 days - I think that's an excellent compromise. Like you said, it gives people time to deal with some of the initial, crucial things without pressure or fear.

                    Once your name is out, things can get crazy, although with a delay, the excitement would probably die down a bit and it might not be as crazy.

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                      Posted: September 13, 2013, 11:18 pm - IP Logged

                      I Agree! Still...I think the better compromise would be to claim in the name of a TRUST or a Corporate Entity, as some states allow.  That way we wouldn't care whether or not the 30 to 60 days expire...

                      Can anyone make up a list of states that...

                      Have Anonymous Claiming....

                      States that allow winners to claim through a trust or corporate entity...

                      and states that just throw you to the dogs, and tell you to deal with it!

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                        Posted: September 14, 2013, 10:09 am - IP Logged

                        Dee Dee, is one scary woman

                        Did you exchange a walk on part in the war ?

                        For a lead role in a cage?

                         

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                          Posted: September 15, 2013, 12:54 pm - IP Logged

                          Dee Dee, is one scary woman

                          I Agree! Her story should be required reading for every brother who wins a lottery jackpot in the future.

                           * you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket * 
                             
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                            Posted: September 15, 2013, 1:03 pm - IP Logged

                            I Agree! Her story should be required reading for every brother who wins a lottery jackpot in the future.

                            Skeptical I wouldn't say that ......

                            but I do believe that you need to be @ least smart enough to ask and triple check one's references

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                              Posted: September 15, 2013, 2:38 pm - IP Logged

                              Virginia has NEVER been an anonymous state.  If you have any basic google skills, you can find the 4 states easily. Some other states do allow you to claim via a trust like DC. Virginia does not.

                              "If you have any basic google skills"

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