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A convicted sex offender in Florida became an unlikely millionaire over the weekend when he purchased a Super Millions scratch-off lottery ticket at a 7-Eleven.
Timothy Poole, who was arrested in 1999 following the allegation of sexually battering a 9-year-old boy, took home nearly $3 million. The Mount Dora native cashed out his ticket on at Florida Lottery headquarters in Tallahassee on Monday. He got a one-time, lump-sum of $2,219,807.90.
originally posted by: PsychoEmperor
a reply to: Indigent
That's enough money to move to some down trodden country somewhere and abuse as many underprivileged kids as he sees fit.
Don't hate me for saying it what you were all thinking.
As to "why is this news" I think some would argue, that he should be serving life in prison right now, not free to abuse more children in the future.