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Youngstown man sues to get portion of $99M Ohio Lottery winnings

@unionforever, You could not have said that no better.

September 8, 2011 at 11:23 a.m. suggest removal

Judge: Set aside $2.8M in lottery suit

First of all people let's really think about this, No. 1: Who really has money set aside for people who are on sick leave in the case they might hit one day, now that is funny. For the record the whole story is not being told. This guy been off from work since May 2011 and not one time did this guy check to see if his numbers were being played, never requested a copy of his ticket and far as money set aside, when he was at work to my understanding he always borrowed money from other co-workers just to play the number that he never paid any of the workers back. Now for those who don't know Mr. Ed, let me tell you a little about this manipulator, We are talking about a guy that was getting paid from the company for disability but yet continued to DJ and host nightclub parties but yet claiming to having back problems but was seen carrying heavy equipment. This guy has a daughter that is now in good health but yet still collecting money from outside organizations such as Make a Wish and other organizations when she is not sick anymore. I am letting the public know this information because this guy is just someone who missed out and yes I would be a little mad at myself too if I had not played. This sound like a story his attorney had him get together but his attorney really knew he did not have a case. Bottom line if you did not pay, honey you do not play. One other thing why is he the ONLY ONE in the company that know about this non-verbal agreement? Why is that NO-ONE ELSE is trying to sue? Mr. Ed need to just drop this bitter madness and be a congratulater not a hater. I am sure he never thought that they would win and I just find it mighty funny that they would pick the month of August to exclude one person. (lol)

September 8, 2011 at 11:21 a.m. suggest removal

Probes focus on city cop, brutality || AUDIO

For all those who felt like the office had probable cause let's dig into officer Joliff's past behavior as someone who is suppose to protect and serve.

WKBN: During the conversation, the dispatcher asks Officer Aaron Coleman what happened to Daniel.

Coleman: We had to take the guy to the hospital.
Dispatcher: Why you guys beating up on handicapped people?
Coleman: I didn't put a hand on him, why who told you dude?
Dispatcher: I know things. He will be alright.

The department is currently conducting an internal investigation on the incident.

A public records for Jolliff's prior discipline showed 12 prior internals in the past eight years. The internals ranged from conduct unbecoming to an officer and excessive force. He was cleared on at least half. The outcomes of some are unknown.

Now it sounds to me officer Coleman never said no one put their hands on Mr. Daniels he just wanted it known he didn't. But never said once Joliff didn't neither. Since the dispatcher seem to act like he know so much his ass need to be subpoenaed to tell what he know since he know things.

March 11, 2010 at 10:26 p.m. suggest removal

Probes focus on city cop, brutality || AUDIO

First of all let's just stick with the facts, bottom line NO ONE still have not explained why the tow truck guy assumed this guy had a gun but yet when the truck was searched there was no gun. That sound like racial profiling to me ya think. Point #2 What would provoke a COP to hit a person in the face weather they were paralyzed or not if the cop felt he was wrong about something they were suppose to do their job by simply putting the cuffs on him and taking him to jail if they felt they really had a case. This gentelman's past has NOTHING to do with THIS particular situation. It's a shame some things just don't change and THIS case proves just that. This is just one of many situations where you have a cop that mixes his own personal feelings with business. P.S. valleytransplant now I am not sure EXACTLY what you mean when you say "these folks","it always happen to them" Don't get it twisted for a split second Down in the Valley, Folks do have a job. I am also glad you understand "Yes it does always happen to us" the racial profiling that is. Oh yeah, by the way do you have insurance ? Oh yeah did anyone listen to the 911 call made by the dispatcher today ?

March 11, 2010 at 10:02 p.m. suggest removal

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