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so many years after the fact? If they had no choice? For alll we know they're worse than dead in some concentration camp waiting for the rest of us!!! :shk:
Originally posted by kro32
Sounds like they haven't received the proper paperwork to list them in the system. Not really seeing the conspiracy at all as you know how horrible the government is at stuff like this.
I doubt all those people would just follow along while leaving their families grieving.
The SSDI does not include death records for everyone who has been issued a Social Security Number (card). Common reasons for exclusion include the following:
The death was not reported to the Social Security Administration (SSA).
The death occurred before the Death Master File was maintained in a computer database. About 98 percent of the deaths in this database occurred between 1962 and the present.
The person did not participate in the Social Security program.
Survivor death benefits were (are) being paid to dependents or spouse.
A recent death may not be indexed yet.
Human error. (Before you give up, read the section titled "Missing Entries in the SSDI.")
Originally posted by roboeAnd that of course requires that the deceased had a SSN in the first place. They weren't mandatory until 1988.
....have been told "maybe you mistook the passenger jet, and it was a missile"....