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Lottery hopes to pay winnings to ex-convict

Timothy Elliott, who won a $1 million lottery prize, leaves Barnstable Superior Court after a hearing yesterday. Timothy Elliott, who won a $1 million lottery prize, leaves Barnstable Superior Court after a hearing yesterday. (Steve Heaslip/Cape Cod Times via Associated Press)
By Andrew Ryan
Globe Staff / December 8, 2007

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Timothy Elliott already got lucky. Now the Massachusetts State Lottery wants him to get a break. (Full article: 275 words)

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