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Ohio man remains legally dead despite his recent court plea

09.10.2013 02:05

Consider northwest Ohio man Donald Eugene Miller Jr. the walking dead - as he has been since 1994.

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Robin Brooks Miller 11.10.2013 23:52

This is the Ex! I was told "back then" from the judge that he had not used his social security # for 8 yrs. Therefore he didn't pay taxes! Obviously he hasn't paid taxes since. He only was ordered to pay $50 wk for both kids! If he didn't use his social then how can he claim "they were taking his check"? Oh, & we only received his death benefits from age 14 & 16 until they were 18. We surely did not get rich since he didn't make much money when he did work (however many yrs that was). Or did he have a fake ID? IDK? I paid for a lawyer the first time, now again! & I do feel sorry for him but I do not want to pay more!

 

zofty 10.10.2013 05:17

If he's dead then they can't prosecute him. He can go and rob a bank or do whatever he likes. Gov and law can't put a penalty on a dead person. He is a real-life zombie.

 

Sharn Sutherland 10.10.2013 04:01

Mike Littlefield 09.10.2013 04:19

If he loses his status as a dead person, he will be unable to vote in Chicago, Illinois.

  


that's IF if the elections aren't already a rigged farce anywaze

 

jhnxx100 10.10.2013 02:24

Ean x 09.10.2013 15:00



Tho ugh he won't have a social security number legally registered to him. They are made inactive when someone dies.

  


Except for Obama

 

Steven 09.10.2013 21:28

Ean x 09.10.2013 09:53

Just a though but if this guy is legally dead then surely he can't be held accountable for any crime under law?

  


I say he should go out and start robbing banks, stores, and the 1%.

 

Forrest Phelps-Cook 09.10.2013 20:17

I do believe this is poetic justice. He avoided paying child support for children he produced, leaving the entire burden on their mother and leaving those children without benefit of a father. So now let HIM struggle for the rest of his life as a punishment. Sounds good to me.

 

NSA 09.10.2013 16:52

Only in American

 

SSD7 09.10.2013 15:34

Ridiculous stupidity! Having this man's family and his ex-wife testify that he is a family member, should be sufficient proof. Blood tests could be taken on family members and his children to proof he is related to them.

 

Ean x 09.10.2013 15:00

Jason W 09.10.2013 13:14



He is trying collect social security, so it does not sound like he is trying to find work and pay taxes to begin with.

  


Though he won't have a social security number legally registered to him. They are made inactive when someone dies.

 

Elma Riachi 09.10.2013 14:38

Will it be illegal to kill him.......again?

 

Elma Riachi 09.10.2013 14:37

Will his partner be charged with necrophilia.

 

Jason W 09.10.2013 13:14

Adam Porter 09.10.2013 12:31

@Ean x: He shouldn't have to pay taxes, either.

  


He is trying collect social security, so it does not sound like he is trying to find work and pay taxes to begin with.

 

Adam Porter 09.10.2013 12:31

@Ean x: He shouldn't have to pay taxes, either.

 

Ean x 09.10.2013 09:53

Just a though but if this guy is legally dead then surely he can't be held accountable for any crime under law? Laws works on a legal entity identified by a name and birth certificate. That legal entity does not exist now as defined by law and stated twice by a judge. If he was arrested, who would they charge in legal terms? "Mr. Miller, you have been charged...". "I'm not Mr.Miller, I can prove legally that I'm not, that person is dead and I have the courts to verify this". Being legally dead has to have some implications, not only in his personal life but in his legal standing and accountability too?

 

Trevor Thornton 09.10.2013 07:53

Typical America how stupid the law's can get, just like the government, I really pity the people

 

Eric Swinson 09.10.2013 04:28

If I were him I would look closely at all the laws that can not be applied to a person who is legally dead. Perhaps being dead would leave him untouchable for robbing a bank.

 

Mike Littlefield 09.10.2013 04:19

If he loses his status as a dead person, he will be unable to vote in Chicago, Illinois.

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