Thursday, October 10, 2013

Court certified walkng dead

It's not a zombie horde. But the walking dead are with us.

Ohio man remains legally dead despite his recent court plea 9 October 2013 (hat tip: NC)
Consider northwest Ohio man Donald Eugene Miller Jr. the walking dead - as he has been since 1994.
Miller was ruled legally dead by a court in 1994, eight years after he disappeared from his home in Arcadia. His appeal Monday in Hancock County Probate Court to rescind his “death” didn’t earn a change of status in the view of the law.
Of course, the reason he is wanting to come back to life is so that he can start collecting on social security.

And the reason there is resistance is that the ex-wife and two children had been able to collect on his social security death benefits after he ran out on his child support payments. So the zombie here is not an innocent victim as it were.


PioneerPreppy said...

Well at least he will be one dead Democrat voter that can get to the polls under his own power.

But seriously no one should be so devastated by child support payments that they are forced to flee and become dead.

russell1200 said...

Pioneer: He doesn't sound like a person who cares enough to register for anything.