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Friday, June 03, 2016

how does the IRA Sinn Fein terrorist mafia subvert the irish national lottery

It has been a bad week for the Rah.
One of their old timers keeling over dead in his vegetable patch on a one way ticket to that great H Block in the sky; Another couple of Capos convicted in court by an IRA mafia Judge no less (although a couple more were let off at the same time by the same Judge); Yet another Capo Sean Quinn being once more forced out of the companies he originally used to help the IRA stage the burglarisation of its own bank Anglo Irish Bank (through illegal billion dollar "loans" to Quinn himself); A manager at the former Quinn controlled company defying an IRA assassin who attempted to intimidate him into reinstating Sean Quinn, said defiance according to newspaper reports including the classic line: "Pull the f--king trigger or f--k off." A Black Jacket IRA disruptor at a ceremony of reconciliation between Ireland and Britain getting bundled out of the park by the Canadian ambassador: IRA skang gangs shooting each other to death on the streets of Dublin; And so on.
But it hasn't been all bad news for the heroic drug dealing murderers of the IRA and their proxy political party Sinn Fein.
Today the National Lottery announced it would pay out an eight million Euro prize for last week's Draw, a sum it had initially refused to pay for reasons it still refuses to publicly clarify. The winner collected his money this afternoon. Understandably he has chosen to remain anonymous.
Previous gangland winners made the mistake of allowing their identities to be published, which in turn led many to realise that the IRA and its gangland associates have found a way to rig the National Lottery.
Actually they've found several ways.
How does the IRA fix the National Lottery?
These are the salient methodologies we should consider.

1. A ticket issuing machine is altered so that it can issue tickets after the Draw takes place but dated and timed to before the Draw taking place. This is the method that the National Lottery believed the IRA had used to win this week's eight million prize.

2. A machine at Lottery Head Quarters is compromised so that the actual winning numbers can be programmed into it. This is the method some observers suggest was used by the Limerick City gang banger who won a Ninety Million prize in the European Lottery.

3. The False Claim Method. For this to work, the conspirators require a lowly member of staff selling Lottery tickets in a local shop to be willing to cooperate with them. The conspirators purchase a Lottery ticket each week. It is only necessary for them to buy one ticket. They must now wait until a single winner of a large Jackpot is announced with the ticket having been purchased at the shop where the ticket clerk is cooperating in their scam, They then claim to have had the winning numbers and to have been given the wrong ticket by the collaborating ticket clerk, and to have only discovered their collaborating clerk's error when the winning numbers were called out on the television. The ticket clerk says: "Gee yeah, now that I think of it, I did give them the wrong ticket." The IRA scammers now have a stateable case against both the Lottery and the shop that handles the ticket sales. Naturally enough they will not be suing the lowly teenager who works on the till and who is in fact their accomplice in this part of the scam. In one memorable example of this methodology, the IRA scammers made their false claim, initiated court proceedings, and were rewarded outside the court with a settlement worth a million Euro, ie they were given half the Lottery prize by the legitimate winners who were nice people and believed the nonsense story the scammers were peddling. By the way, not content with cheating honest people and the National Lottery, the scammers continued with their court case against the local shop that sold them the ticket. This shop has of course since closed. None of this is a victimless crime. The scammers using the False Claims method were close relatives of a gangster who was shot to death on his doorstep by other gangsters. I had a particular interest in the case because I formerly worked with a daughter of the scammer family in a now defunct newspaper. I thought she was a nice girl.


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