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Article inside Man 'Deserts Wife After Winning Lottery' But She Claims Half Of Winning Are Hers

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| By talisman11 - 21 hours ago

A Canadian couple have described how a winning lotto ticket ended their marriage. Denise Robertson and Maurice Thibeault's split began with the $6.1m (£3.6 million) he won and ended up in court.

"Together we dreamed about winning the lotto," Denise from Chatham, Ontario said in a sworn affidavit obtained by CBC .

"We both love muscle cars, we would each buy one and buy a large property in the country and build a large shop to work on our cars."

Yet, just four days after Maurice had secretly won in excess of $6 million he had packed his bags, taken his passport and left their home. The couple had at that point been living together for over two years.

"When I look back, I recall that he did approximately 15 loads of laundry of all his clothes the night prior...as if he was preparing to pack up and leave," Denise wrote in the affidavit.



Maurice had openly denied having the winning lottery ticket after Denise told him that he should check his numbers. And now Denise has filed a court injunction to prevent her husband collecting his winnings, claiming that half of the money is rightfully hers.

"I am greatly saddened and disappointed by what has happened here," Ms Robertson said in a statement from her legal firm, Colautti Landry Pickard.

"This could have been a very happy and exciting time for us, a couple, to do things we could only dream of doing."


All prizes of $10,000 or more are subjected to a review process. This includes a in-person interview where a claims investigator determines ownership of the ticket.

"If, for any reason, our prize claim review team cannot confidently determine the ownership of the ticket from the answers to the questions from the interview, then the claim is sent to OLG general investigations for further review," wrote OLG's senior manager of media relations Tony Bitonti in an email to CBC News.



"This further review can include interviewing other individuals with relevant information surrounding the prize claim," he wrote.

Bitonti said OLG can't provide a timeline for when the prize claiming process will be completed, but that once a winner is determined their photo will be released "as we do with all big lottery winners."

 
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Article inside New York's Island of Lost Souls: The largest mass burial site in America

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| By You Hater - 21 hours ago

Hart Island is a small strip of land off the coast of the Bronx which has functioned as a New York City burial ground for nearly 150 years
The island has hosted everything from a rehab center to a workhouse to a Nike missile site during its history
Hart Island is run by the Department of Correction, and inmates from Rikers Island are driven over from the prison to bury the city's dead - earning 50 cents per hour
Trenches are left open until they are filled with the coffins of 150 adults or 1000 babies buried in pine boxes
The island has been plagued by vandalism and erosion, resulting in exposed bones; the government allocated more than $13million after Hurricane Sandy to facilitate a cleanup
Access to the island is severely restricted; relatives of the dead are only allowed to visit on one designated day per month and must register beforehand, sign a waiver and relinquish phones and digital devices
Many New Yorkers have no idea that Hart Island exists, and many people do not realize that their relatives ended up in mass graves at the burial site
The identities of those buried on Hart Island reflect New York City's diversity, ranging from drug addicts to academics to stillborn babies and accident victims
Artist Melinda Hunt has spent decades advocating on behalf of the Hart Island dead, starting a nonprofit that aims to strip away the anonymity and memorialize the people buried there
The Hart Island Project's Traveling Cloud Museum lists the dead and maps their burial plots, offering families a chance to share the stories of their lives

The plain wooden coffins are lowered, one by one, from the back of a morgue truck into the hands of waiting inmates, men standing in a pre-dug trench already filled with other bodies on a small, narrow strip of land off the coast of the Bronx. The only other people on the island – beside the inmates and the dead – are armed Department of Correction officers, overseeing this New York City burial as the rest of the nation’s largest metropolis – almost wholly unaware this place exists – get ready for work.

This is just a regular Thursday on Hart Island, essentially the city’s potter’s field – though not all who end up here, it turns out, are destitute or unknown. The bodies are collected from the city morgues several times a week, ferried to a dock at the end of a residential street by a truck driver who alternately naps and drinks Dunkin Donut’s coffee as he awaits the arrival of inmates from Rikers Island. Then the morgue truck and the inmates take a boat across the Long Island Sound, disembarking to drive along unpaved roads to open grave sites. Trenches ten feet deep are left open, week after week, until they’re filled with 150 adult coffins, stacked three high, or 1,000 tiny pine boxes holding babies. Once the trenches are filled, the graves are covered in and eventually marked with nothing more than a stark white stake. The dead, on Hart Island, are nameless. It’s the largest mass burial site in America.

Hart Island was purchased by New York City nearly 150 years ago, and its use as a potter's field began the following year; the Department of Correction has been in charge of island burials for much of that time. New York residents being interred today by inmates earning 50 cents an hour join more than one million city residents who represent snapshots of the city’s history, from Civil War veterans to casualties of 1960s drug abuse – including child star Bobby Driscoll – to early victims of the AIDS crisis, buried 14-feet deep amidst fear and confusion about the deadly virus.

The island itself has served a range of functions, hosting at different stages a workhouse, a tuberculosis hospital, an asylum, even a Nike missile installation during the Cold War. The last occupied structure, a rehab center, closed in the 1970s, and the abandoned buildings are now crumbling and filled with rubble. Vandalism by adventure seekers – who flout the law and take their own boats or dinghies to the island – has been a consistent problem over the years.


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Article inside Man stole $1.2 million worth of fajitas for nine years

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The Cameron County District Attorney’s Office has beef with one Juvenile Justice Department employee, alleging he stole $1.2 million worth of fajitas during the past nine years.

The Cameron County Juvenile Justice Department does not serve fajitas.

“If it wasn’t so serious, you’d think it was a Saturday Night Live skit. But this is the real thing,” District Attorney Luis V. Saenz said.

On Aug. 7, Gilberto Escamilla took a day off to go to a medical appointment. A driver from Labatt Food Service in Harlingen — the Juvenile Justice Department’s meat vendor — called the kitchen to inform it of an 800-pound delivery of fajitas.

The woman who answered the phone said the driver was mistaken, and that the kitchen did not serve fajitas. That was when the driver told her he had been delivering fajitas to the Juvenile Justice Department for the past nine years, Saenz said.

“The receiver of the call rushes off to the supervisor and conveys to her the discussion that had been had, and that breaks the case,” Saenz said. “When Mr. Escamilla reports to work the next day, he is confronted with the discussion and he admits he had been stealing fajitas for nine years.”

He was fired Aug. 8 and arrested Aug. 9 after the DA’s Office Special Investigations Unit obtained a search warrant. When officers searched Escaramilla’s house, they found packets of fajitas in his refrigerator.

At the time, the value of the order had been between $2,500 and $30,000, a state jail felony. Escamilla was booked into jail and made bond. But the DA’s Office kept digging.

After gathering documents from Labatt Food Service and the CountyAuditor’s Office, which included invoices, vouchers and purchase orders, the investigations unit concluded that Escaramilla had stolen $1,251,578 worth of fajitas.

“He would literally, on the day he ordered them, deliver them to customers he had already lined up,” Saenz said. “We’ve been able to uncover two of his purchasers, and they are cooperating with the investigation.”

Escamilla was arrested Tuesday on a first-degree theft felony.

All county juvenile justice departments are given a menu by the state. The Cameron County Juvenile Justice Department’s menu mirrors the San BenitoConsolidatedIndependentSchool District’s menu. The county services about 100 detainees each year, Saenz said.

In a statement, Chief Juvenile Probation Officer Rose Gomez of the Cameron County Juvenile Justice Department said Escamilla’s actions have led to a review of department policy.

“The Juvenile Justice Department is working closely with the Auditor’s Office to institute procedures, controls and safeguards to avoid a recurrence of this type of situation. The Department expects that wrongdoers will be punished and assures that procedures and protocols have been established,” Gomez said. “The Department will continue to strive to provide necessary and appropriate care, custody and protection of those juveniles in its custody as well as protection of public moneys (sic).”

The investigation showed a “total failure” of the chain of authority, especially since the Juvenile Justice Department had been exceeding its line item budget consistently, Saenz said.

“Up and down the chain of authority, people were signing off on these things,” Saenz said. “It’s upsetting because the auditor gets a detailed invoice where it states the breakdown of what’s delivered, so they should’ve seen it.”

Cameron County Auditor Martha Galarza declined to comment because the investigation was ongoing.

“What do you tell the taxpayers? What do you tell the housewife and the blue collar worker that pay their county taxes, when paying their taxes takes a big bite out of their paycheck? How do you explain that? They’ve got the right to be upset. It is upsetting,” Saenz said.

 
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23 hours ago

look what energy drink abuse did to this man :imout:

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A new mother has bravely come forward to tell the story of how energy drinks almost cost her husband his life, and changed hers forever



Austin had picked up the habit to cope with a hectic work schedule, never imagining they would land him in the hospital



One tragic brain hemorrhage and multiple surgeries later, Austin was left with an irreparable hole in the front of his skull, and a wife on the verge of giving birth to their first child



Still under the stress of dealing with Austin’s recovery, Brianna faced the monumental task of bringing their son into the world

Miraculously, Austin awoke from his traumatic experience shortly after the birth, and finally met his baby boy 2 months later

Brianna now spends each day caring not only for her new son, but for her permanently disabled husband, a role she accepts with strength





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UPDATE - 10/17/17


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CLAIM: Energy drinks caused an expectant father to lose a large portion of his skull.

VERDICT: Unproven

More than a week after it was published, a 3 October 2017 Facebook post purporting to depict the aftermath of an expectant father’s brain hemorrhage and surgery went viral. The post, which was subsequently deleted from the Facebook page of photography company Endres Photography, described the testimony of a client named Brianna, who asserted that this life-altering event was caused by her husband’s excess consumption of energy drinks:

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The doctors concluded (after running his tox screen and ruling out drugs) that this horrible event was due to his recent excessive energy drink consumption (a habit he had built when he started working longer hours and commuting)
Fox News was among the sites that picked up Brianna’s click-friendly story, but no one reporting on the topic appeared to look further than her Facebook post to verify whether the details were accurate or correct. Dates, locations, and other information necessary to verify her husband Austin’s purported diagnosis were missing from news accounts; instead, those reports incorporated quotes and screenshots from a single secondhand Facebook post. Articles on the subject did not even include statements from doctors verifying that the information presented was credible or medically plausible.

We reached out to three medical experts to assess the plausibility of the scenario described by Endres Photography but had not received a response by press time. A search of medical literature suggests that a hemorrhage caused by an energy drink is plausible but unlikely, and, if a connection between the two were present at all, it would be poorly understood.

The primary link, if there is one, would likely come from caffeine’s effect on blood pressure. Caffeine, by constricting blood vessels, increases a person’s blood pressure, which can ultimately increase the risk of hemorrhaging in the brain. A number of analyses have reached conflicting conclusions about the reality of this scenario, however.

A 2016 paper purports to present the first case report in medical literature suggesting a connection between energy drinks and brain hemorrhaging. That single report, concerning a 57-year-old who consumed an energy drink called Redline, does not provide much outside of speculation, however:

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It is not immediately clear what component of the drink led to the hemorrhage in our patient. The high caffeine content is likely to have contributed, given its association with hemorrhagic strokes.

Caffeinated energy drinks have also been shown to have effects on platelet aggregation and endothelial function. […] The other components of this drink, such as yohimbine and 5-hydroxytryptophan, have also been associated with elevated blood pressure, and there may be interactions between the various ingredients that lead to new effects.

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So while it's not 100% proven that energy drinks caused this man's head to look like a deflated basketball - it may have played a part

so for all you fat lazy caffiene addicted bottom feeding trash bag whores - i suggest you put down the sugary bullsh*t drinks and pick up something natural aka water or something of the sorts


 
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