The story features a mystery meat turd store owner, Lounes Issaad, pictured above, who has won millions of dollars playing the D.C. lottery. He appears to be a North African Muslim, bringing his unique brand of cultural enrichment to Amurkistan, the former USA.
““One in 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,0000,000,000,000,000,000,0000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,” is how the professor estimates the odds of someone having Issaad’s luck. “Larger than the number of electrons in the universe.””
Economically and politically, as Paul Craig Roberts has written, the former USA is already a third world country. The level of third world incompetence and corruption is so bad that Issaad has not been investigated by D.C. authorities, but only by TV station WUSA.
WASHINGTON (WUSA9) – A man who sold himself a $1,000,000 winning D.C. Lottery ticket is just one of many retailers a WUSA9 investigation found winning the lottery at rates statisticians say border on impossible.
At least three retailers won the lottery around 100 times according to an analysis of D.C. Lottery records obtained under the Freedom of Information Act.
“$10,000, $5,000,” Lounes Issaad said about some of his 27 payouts that averaged $30,000 each. “I don’t have nothing to hide.”
He seemed quite open to discussing the wins, but D.C. Lottery is not open about discussing the jackpots or his actual identity.
While D.C. Lottery will not, Issaad does acknowledge – despite the Lottery’s news release on his win that portrayed him as a pizza worker – in reality, he owns the store where he bought that $1,000,000 prize.
In the WUSA9 review, we analyzed all prizes of $600 more – which are high enough to be reportable income – over an eight-year period.
Our investigation found lottery retailers make up at least three of the top five D.C. Lottery frequent winners – all with about 100 wins or more.
UPDATE: ‘Suspicious pattern’ detected at DC Lottery after WUSA9 report
“It is important to note that frequent wins by individuals, including lottery agents, do not definitively mean improper activity has occurred,” said D.C. Lottery spokesman David Umansky. “It is important to note that the information provided to you on frequent winners does not, and cannot show how much money an individual spends playing.”
Statisticians who reviewed the numbers at WUSA9’s request said the numbers stack up in astounding ways.
“The chance that the top three occupations are all lottery retailers is 1/10,000,000,000 [that’s 10 zeros]” said Dan Naiman, a statistics professor at Johns Hopkins University, using a formula assuming the odds of finding someone’s occupation is a lottery retailer. “Around the chance of getting heads in 33 consecutive coin flips.”
In Issaad’s case, Lottery documents and officials have not indicated any disciplinary or legal action, but he acknowledges there were suspicions about missing tickets and lottery money exceeding $50,000.
He said a charge card machine may have played a part in the missing cash.
“Believe me I was playing, I was scratching a lot,” Issaad said describing why he won so frequently. “I was addicted. Whatever I won, I always put back.”
“What are the odds? Slim,” said George Washington University Statistics Professor Dan Ullman. “Very slim.”
“One in 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,0000,000,000,000,000,000,0000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,” is how the professor estimates the odds of someone having Issaad’s luck. “Larger than the number of electrons in the universe.”
“That is statistically ridiculous. It just doesn’t happen,” says University of Illinois Professor Emeritus John Kindt, an expert in gambling and lottery practices. “With the computer software available to lotteries, these statistical red flags should have alerted lottery regulators as far back as 2012.”
How did this corrupt store owner get to own a store? I don’t own a store. You don’t own a store. The answer is simple. As an immigrant bringing his cultural enrichment, the US government provides him with a $250,000 loan that with the loopholes involved NEVER has to be repaid.
We, the white citizens of Amurkistan, are so f*cked, we’re even asking our masters how many times they want us to bend over and take the big one.
One day us slaves are going to revolt. The sooner the better.