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01-22-08, 06:37 AM #1
Man on probation who illegally played the lottery and won $1 million allowed to keep money
BARNSTABLE, Mass. -- More good luck has come to a convicted bank robber who won $1 million Massachusetts lottery prize.
A judge said Timothy Elliott can keep his winnings even though he violated probation when he bought the scratch-off ticket.
Elliott was put on five years probation after pleading guilty in 2006 to robbing a Cape Cod bank. Part of that probation included no gambling or buying lottery tickets.
His lawyer called the violation minor.
Elliott has already gotten his first of 20 yearly $50,000 checks.
He will now have to pay a $65 monthly probation supervisory fee, which had been waived because he was indigent.
01-22-08, 06:40 AM #2
Damn straight he better pay now! Why cant I be so fricken lucky... and they say crime doesnt pay.....
01-22-08, 07:48 AM #3
Id revoke his sentence and send his ass back to the poker."When you stop learning, you deny yourself the opportunity to grow." ~TDSA Tulsa~
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"We're entirely surrounded, those poor bastards. They've got us right where we want 'em. We can shoot in every direction now." ~General Chesty Puller~
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01-22-08, 09:25 AM #4
Isn't that just like the fruit of the poisonous tree as it pertains to throwing out illegally obtained (tainted) evidence in court? F that F'er... and the crook.Those who live by the sword... get shot by those who don't.
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