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Saturday, February 16, 2008

Sex Offender Wins Lottery

No, no, no, no - it wasn't Bill Clinton...he's an unregistered sexual offender and sexual predator.

From BBC News:

    A convicted sex offender has won $10m in the Massachusetts state lottery in the US, but could face jail for failing to tell police he had moved.

    Daniel Snay's win attracted the attention of the police in Connecticut, where he had lived for many years. They say he never informed them of his move.


    Snay paid $20 for his "Billion Dollar Blockbuster" scratch ticket at a suburban convenience store in Massachusetts, where he has lived since 2004.

    The 56-year-old was convicted several times of indecent assault and battery in the 1970s and 1980s, with two of the assaults involving a child under the age of 14.

    But he is not banned from gambling.

    He is classified in Massachusetts as a Level 3 offender, which puts him in the category of most dangerous or most likely to reoffend.

"That jackpot should've been mine, mine! All mine! I'm entitled to it!"


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