Ohio Lottery Rolling Cash 5ohio rolling cash 6

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5-20-17 Every time the Rolling Cash 5 is over $200K the Lottery reports that the winning numbers have been won in a predominantly Caucasian establishment! Most recently it had grown to over $600K and 3 winning Rolling Cash 5 tickets were won in ONE Caucasian establishment!
Last week the Rolling Cash 5 grew to over $200K! That jackpot was won in Newark, Ohio! Only Caucasians live there!

It is NOT fair that Caucasians win ALL the money when it is Black people that play the most money in all the Ohio Lottery Games! How can I submit for an investigation and a Class Action Lawsuit?

E. Crump
Lottery player for over 20 yrs!


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    Floyd Ellis Sr. Aug 10, 2017
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    I think those patterns are beginning to fade.I am waiting on responses from complaints I filed.Those patterns will be back.I am going to Columbus soon to talk to people.Floyd Ellis Sr

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    tjgabes May 27, 2017

    The Ohio Lottery: Somebody's Gotta Win...but only if its a white guy!

    So, Newark, Ohio only has white people living in it? No black people ever win the Ohio Lottery? And you're asking a website how to file a class-action lawsuit against an NGO?

    Okay, on so many levels, this is the worst example of stupid available on the internet.

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