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New docu series on hulu-1st episode is about Abraham Shakespeare
Not that it would have helped (possibly) in the Shakespeare case but this is a prime example why EVRY state should allow the winner of any lottery amount the opportunity to remain anonymous. I live in 1 of 10 states that does not afford the winner of a lottery any opportunity to remain anonymous. The state lottery will print your name and city where you live. I'm retired from law enforcement and can't imagine the the lawsuits that would come out of the woodwork if it was announced that I won
Jul 11, 2023, 9:03 pm - BicD - Lottery Discussion Forum

Arrested for buy too many Lottery tickets?
Police do not have to file charges or even establish guilt in these cases before seizing and keeping property and there is no limit to what police can seize. In addition, these seizures often take place in instances where law enforcement have engaged in discriminatory profiling people Soundz like Vladimir Putin iz a Member of The U.S. Congress..!! ..and if ya protest about it, they might just blow yo Plane you're on right outta da Sky... So, bend ovah, so they can stick it in az far az
Aug 29, 2023, 8:02 pm - Stat$talker - Lottery Discussion Forum

$2B Powerball winner spotted in $250,000 vintage Porsche 911
I wonder exactly how much cash is in that fat envelope of cash he's holding while exiting the bank. Not that it's any of my business (because it's not) and I don't care either, but.... If he withdrew more than $10,000 in cash, the bank is required by law to ask him what's he going to do with it. Depending upon the answer given to the bank, it could result in the bank electronically submitting a SAR to the U.S. Treasury Department's FinCEN (Financial Crimes Enforcement Network) for their
Apr 28, 2023, 10:23 am - GiveFive - Lottery Discussion Forum

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