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Post by Nama on Tue Mar 16, 2010 9:09 pm

A Florida woman, charged with first-degree murder for killing a lottery millionaire, pleaded not guilty Monday at a Hillsborough County court hearing, according to reports.

Dorice "Dee Dee" Moore is accused of murdering 43-year-old Abraham Shakespeare, a truck driver who won a multi-million dollar lottery.

According to authorities, Moore befriended Shakespeare in 2006 after he won a Florida lottery grand prize of $31 million. Police considered Moore a person of interest after Shakespeare's disappearance.

Police found Shakespeare's body outside a Plant City home in January after a tip came from an acquaintance of Moore's, reports stated. Police suspect Moore committed fraud to get access to Shakespeare's fortune, and tried to enlist the help of someone to dispose of his body before authorities found it.

According to reports by the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Department, Shakespeare was killed April 6 or April 7, but Moore tried to convince his family he was still alive by writing letters to them posing as Shakespeare, and getting accomplices to call his family using his cell phone pretending to be him.

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Normal Dorice "DeeDee" Moore got a new lawyer

Post by Nama on Tue Mar 16, 2010 9:15 pm

Dorice "DeeDee" Moore got a new lawyer Monday to defend her against charges that she killed Lakeland lottery winner Abraham Shakespeare.

A grand jury indicted Moore, 37, last week for first-degree murder.

She had been represented by the Hillsborough County Public Defenders Office, but it withdrew from her case citing an unspecified conflict of interest.

During a brief Monday hearing, Circuit Judge Daniel H. Sleet appointed a lawyer from the Office of Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel.

That group represents indigent defendants when the public defenders office cannot because of a conflict, such as if a witness in the case is being represented by the public defender.

Dressed in orange jail clothing, Moore listened as prosecutors indicated that they hadn't yet reached a decision about whether to seek the death penalty against her.

This is the fourth lawyer who has represented her since the investigation began. She had two private lawyers before she was charged when the Public Defender's Office took over her case.

The State Attorney's Office in Hillsborough County reported Monday that Moore has pleaded not guilty to the charges against her.

In addition to first-degree murder, she also faces a charge of illegal wiretapping.

She remains in the Orient Road Jail in Hillsborough County, where she is being held without bail on the murder charge.

Meanwhile, court records indicate investigators are continuing to search for evidence in the case.

An affidavit for a search warrant filed Friday states detectives are analyzing a laptop computer and a removable "thumb drive" for financial-related data.

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Normal Lottery winner Shakespeare feared for safety, brother says

Post by Nama on Wed Mar 17, 2010 10:31 pm

Lottery winner Shakespeare feared for safety, brother says.

Abraham Shakespeare was scared and nervous.

Mostly, he was fed up with people asking for money.

That's how his half-brother Robert Brown remembers April 3, 2009.

The two, says Brown, were hanging out at the Super Choice Food Mart in Lakeland, one of Shakespeare's favorite haunts. They spent about two hours that morning talking about life, death and the pressures of being constantly besieged by people who would not take no for an answer.

"He kept looking over his shoulder as we were talking," says Brown, who has the same mother as Shakespeare. "He said, 'bro, I got to leave, because they are out to get me. I don't feel comfortable. I feel someone is going to kill me.'"

Shakespeare never said who was after him, says Brown.

But the words would be prophetic. Brown never saw his brother again.

It wasn't the first time that Shakespeare - who took home nearly $13 million after taxes from winning the Florida Lottery in November, 2006 – talked about his own mortality, says Brown.

On March 12, Shakespeare drew up a will, leaving his assets to their mother, Elizabeth Walker.

"I wrote the will," says Brown. "He wanted the will so our momma would be taken care of. But she didn't want it. She called it the devil's money."

Walker could not be reached for comment for this story, but in previous interviews, she has talked about not being impressed by money.

Many people, though, were well aware of Shakespeare's money and weren't shy about reaching out to Shakespeare, says Brown said.

He said Shakespeare spent $2 million on cars and yachts for others and more millions for houses he gave away, Brown says. He bought one person a new Lamborghini, another a new Lexus, another a Mercedes, Brown said – about 20 vehicles in all.

Shakespeare was one-man economic stimulus plan for Lakeland, Brown said. He paid for funerals, electric bills, rent. He gave out $100 bills to homeless people camped outside the Salvation Army.

Many of the transactions, says Brown, were recorded in a big blue book, where a woman acting as Shakespeare's bookkeeper jotted down a record of what Shakespeare spent and whom he spent it on.

Shakespeare kept the logbook in the trunk of his 2009 BMW 750, says Brown. The car, says Brown, was eventually taken by Dorice Donegan "Dee Dee" Moore, who is now charged with killing Shakespeare.

Neither investigators nor prosecutors will comment about Brown's statements, but a police report backs up his contention that Moore took control of Shakespeare's finances and was collecting money and property owed to Shakespeare.

Moore told investigators she was doing this "out of the goodness of her heart" because so many people were taking advantage of Shakespeare.

Brown says his brother gave him $2,000 that April day at the Super Choice. He says he told Shakespeare he would be headed to the Seminole Hard Rock Casino that night. Shakespeare, he says, told him he would meet him there.

"I was playing the slot machines till 4 a.m.," says Brown. "I was supposed to meet him there, but he never showed up."

A few days later, investigators say, Shakespeare was killed, shot twice in the chest, then buried in a hole on property in Turkey Creek registered to Moore's boyfriend. Moore previously told The Tribune she paid for the property.

Brown says he was told by investigators that Shakespeare was wrapped in plastic, then a blanket, then a rug and dragged from the house where he was shot to the hole, where his body was dumped.

Brown says he is paying close attention to this case and hopes justice is served.

Monday morning, he says, he was in court for Moore's arraignment. He says he was told there were others involved in killing his brother and that there will be more arrests.

Others, he said, will be arrested for stealing from his brother.

"I want the rest of them to be locked up," he says. "But (Moore) needs to get the chair for what she did to my brother."

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Normal Shakespeare's brother, Robert Brown, says investigators say that is just the tip of the iceberg.

Post by Nama on Sat Mar 20, 2010 6:54 pm

The brother of a murdered Polk County lottery winner says more arrests are on the way.

Last month, Dee Dee Moore was arrested for the murder of multi- millionaire Abraham Shakespeare. Shakespeare's brother, Robert Brown, says investigators say that is just the tip of the iceberg.

"What they are telling me is that they have three more warrants," Brown said. "But they are going to have more warrants coming. They say this thing is a long way from being over."

Brown says investigators are looking into the possibility of perjury, forgery and more.

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Post by Nama on Sat Mar 20, 2010 6:55 pm

She is innocent.

She would never hurt Abraham.

She has been unfairly portrayed in the media and prays that the "person guilty of this crime" is caught.

These are the words of Dorice Donegan "Dee Dee" Moore in a four-page letter sent to The Tampa Tribune.

Postmarked March 17 and titled "Moore Speaking Out," Moore talks about her relationship with Abraham Shakespeare - the Florida Lottery winner she is accused of killing - the hard life behind bars and her desire to improve the lot of her fellow inmates through education.

Moore is accused of siphoning off $3.5 million of Shakespeare's remaining lottery winnings, then killing him, burying him on property she owns and setting up an elaborate scheme to cover up the killing.

In her letter, Moore says she is being unfairly portrayed.

"I have an impetuous notion to let my voice be heard," she writes, "because there's got to be a reason for this life-altering trauma happening to me. I inwardly chastises myself for opening up so please don't criticize me. The picture you paint of me in the news, I would not want to hang around myself."

The media, she writes, have treated her harshly.

"You twist and alter one bad situations that happened in my life," she writes. "You don't emphasize all the things I've done to make a difference in the world."

Several pages later, she writes, "I have helped people since I was 18 years old. I've paid peoples light bills, house payments, phone bills, car payments and etc."

Moore writes that she has a message for whoever killed Shakespeare, who investigators say was shot twice in the chest in April then buried on property registered to Moore's boyfriend, which Moore says she bought.

"God knows the truth, let him be the judge," she writes. "If you pray for me and I had something to do with it, God will punish me for that. I know it sounds crazy but something compels me to speak out to him. Anyone who knows him I beg of you to let him know how wrong this is. You know you are going to get caught. There is to much media."

God is a big theme of Moore's statement.

"I know I did not have anything to do with Abraham's death and God will not let me be convicted of anything. I did so much for so many people for my life to end this way. Abraham was good to me and I did what he ask of me. I had no reason to hurt him."

The Orient Road Jail, where Moore is an inmate with no bail set, is not a nice place, she writes. It's cold and the food is bad.

"Jail is the worst place on earth ever to be," Moore writes. "I sleep on concrete with a hard plastic mat. Some people go to jail that are really innocent, like all the people finding out that their DNA does not match. No amount of money replaces their time spent in jail."

Moore is not being singled out for harsh treatment, Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Debbie Carter said.

"Ms. Moore is treated like all of the other inmates within our Hillsborough County jail system," Carter said.

Moore closes her letter by asking people to send her books that she would share with other inmates.

"They already have Bibles and love stories," she writes. "They need learning books to help them improve their skills. How to improve your grammar, words you need to know, sign language, how to learn Spanish, new NIV (New International Version) Bibles to help them understand the Bible more and any learning or skills books."

Carter would not comment about Moore's proclamation of innocence. Prosecutor Jay Pruner could not be reached for comment.

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Normal Others blamed in Lotto winner slaying

Post by Nama on Sun Apr 11, 2010 2:01 am

Others blamed in Lotto winner slaying

Though Dorice Donegan "Dee Dee" Moore is the only person accused in the slaying of lottery winner Abraham Shakespeare, "there were other people involved," according to her lawyer.

"From my review of the probable cause affidavit and my investigator's review, I see plenty of room for further investigation to develop evidence that Mrs. Moore was not involved in the murder or not the primary person involved in the murder," said attorney Stephen B. Fisher.

Fisher was appointed to represent Moore after the Hillsborough County Public Defender's office said it could not represent Moore because of a conflict of interest.

In a Feb. 1 interview and in a letter to The Tampa Tribune last month, Moore maintained her innocence. She gave investigators at least five versions of who killed Shakespeare, including herself, in self-defense. The common thread was that in each case, Moore said she was there, investigators say.

"There is no credible evidence linking anyone other than Dee Dee Moore to the homicide of Abraham Shakespeare," according to Moore's probable cause affidavit.

Fisher, however, said Moore was not alone the night Shakespeare was killed.

"It appears to me that there were other people involved in Shakespeare's murder," Fisher said. "I think it is quite possible from the evidence I have seen that someone else pulled the trigger and did so without Mrs. Moore's knowledge."

Fisher would not say who else he thinks was inside the house with Moore the night Shakespeare was shot, nor would he name anyone else he thinks might be involved in killing Shakespeare, burying him or taking his money.

Elizabeth Walker, Shakespeare's mother, said that shortly after Moore's arrest Polk County investigators told her there would be other arrests in connection to the slaying.

Walker, who was befriended by Moore, said that although she believes it is possible Moore shot her son, she does not believe Moore acted alone.

Investigators do not want to comment about Fisher's assertion that someone other than Moore pulled the trigger.

"We are plugging away," said Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office Col. Albert Frost, who is leading the investigation into Shakespeare's slaying. "This is kind of a complicated case and we are slowly digging. We are looking at all angles and not ruling out that possibility, but we are not going to comment on it."

Nearly a year to the day since investigators say Shakespeare was killed, Walker remembers the last time she saw her son.

It was Feb. 16, 2009, her 68th birthday.

Walker said her CD player wasn't working so Shakespeare brought his over so she could listen to Blind Boys of Alabama and other gospel groups.

"He didn't stay too long," said Walker, who was having trouble figuring out how to use the CD player after her son left.

She was hoping he would come back to show her how it worked, but he never did.

A few weeks later, investigators said, he was killed.

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Normal Dee Dee Moore waives court appearance in murder of Florida lottery winner Abraham Shakespeare

Post by Nama on Tue May 11, 2010 7:01 pm



Dee Dee Moore has been charged with first degree murder in the death of Florida lottery winner Abraham Shakespeare. Shakespeare won the lottery in 2006 then mysteriously disappeared. Shortly after he won the lottery, sheriff deputies say that Dee Dee Moore befriended him, offered to help him manage his money and said she wanted to write a book about his ‘rags to riches’ story. Authorities also state that Dee Dee Moore spent his money, transferred his property into her name, and finally shot him to death before burying him underneath a concrete slab in her then Plant City, Florida home.

Moore was expected to appear in court this morning to enter her plea, but her new attorney waived the court appearance.

Dee Dee Moore is the only suspect in the case and the only person who has been arrested for Abraham Shakespeare’s murder though she maintains her innocence. She has given police several scenarios depicting what occurred when Abraham Shakespeare was murdered and in every instance, she placed herself at the scene of the crime.

At one point, Dee Dee Moore told authorities that her 14-year-old son murdered Shakespeare.
Dee Dee Moore remains in the Orient Road Jail without bond.

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Post by Wrapitup on Tue May 11, 2010 10:32 pm

We all know she is guilty - and to blame it on her 14 year old son? What a horrible human being!!!

Has she taken a poly??

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Normal Court hearing for Dee Dee Moore, woman accused of murdering lottery winner Abraham Shakespeare

Post by Nama on Fri Jul 16, 2010 11:45 pm

The woman accused of murdering lottery winner Abraham Shakespeare last year headed back into a Hillsborough County courtroom Thursday morning.

Dee Dee Moore's attorney wants extra time to review "voluminous" evidence the prosecution has against his client.

There are 20 to 30 hours worth of audio and video recordings that would normally become public when the defense gets it. Instead, a judge ruled today that once the defense has the materials, they will have 20 days to review it and object to its release.

The matter will go back before a judge on September 27.

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Post by Nama on Fri Jul 16, 2010 11:52 pm

Dee Dee needs a bleach job


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Post by Nama on Fri Jul 16, 2010 11:57 pm

Attorneys for a woman accused of killing a Florida Lottery winner will have additional time to review investigative documents before making them public.

Circuit Judge Daniel H. Sleet on Thursday approved an agreement hashed out between prosecutors, the media and an attorney for Dorice Donegan "Dee Dee" Moore.

Moore is charged in the death of Abraham Shakespeare, the Lakeland man who won a $30 million lottery jackpot in November 2006.

Stephen Fisher, Moore's attorney, said giving him extra time to review the information would protect Moore's rights to a fair trial.

The information normally becomes public at the same time prosecutors turn it over to the defense.

The information - called discovery - includes evidence related to the case such as police reports, forensic tests results, video and audio.

Fisher said he hadn't officially requested the material from prosecutors because he wanted to shield it from immediate public scrutiny.

The order gives Fisher 20 days to review the material. If he wants to prevent its release, he must petition Sleet for a private judicial review. Sleet scheduled another conference for Sept. 27.

Between April 6 and 7, 2009, Shakespeare, 43, was shot twice in the chest inside a home near Plant City, investigators said. His body was buried under a concrete slab on the property next door owned by Moore and her boyfriend, Shar Krasniqi, investigators said.

Shakespeare's body was found Jan. 28. Moore was arrested Feb. 2 and eventually charged with first-degree murder. She is at the Orient Road Jail with no bail set.

In a Feb. 1 interview and in a March.

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Post by Wrapitup on Sat Jul 17, 2010 12:56 am

BJ in OR wrote:Dee Dee needs a bleach job

At first, I thought it was a man in the pic. shocked3

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Post by Nama on Thu Aug 26, 2010 10:28 pm

Six months after her arrest on charges she killed Florida Lottery winner Abraham Shakespeare, Dorice Donegan "Dee Dee" Moore continues to inadvertently give investigators leads in the case.

This month, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office obtained a search warrant to view data on a video camera Moore used to record a conversation with Shakespeare, investigators said.

Moore has been jailed since her arrest Feb. 2 in connection with the death of Shakespeare, whose body was found Jan. 28.

Investigators obtained the camera in January from Moore's mother, according to a search warrant application. The request came after investigators recorded a telephone call Moore made from jail to a former associate, according to the application.

Moore made five calls June 30 from the Orient Road Jail to Debra Munguia, who took over Moore's nursing business, according to the search warrant application, which was filed Aug. 4.

During one of the conversations, Moore told Munguia she videotaped Shakespeare talking about "leaving Lakeland and what he wanted done with his money," according to the application.

After learning of the video, investigators asked for a warrant to search the Sony Handycam high-definition camera, which was previously turned over to investigators by Linda Donegan, Moore's mother.

The camera will reveal "evidence of the personal relationship and financial transactions which led to the transfer of Mr. Shakespeare's wealth and his ultimate death," according to the application.

Investigators said that Moore befriended Shakespeare - who won nearly $13 million in a lump sum cash payment after winning the lottery in 2006 - then siphoned off more than $3 million in cash and assets before shooting him twice and burying him on property owned by Moore and her boyfriend.

The phone call about the camera is not the first time Moore unwittingly provided investigators with clues about the case, officials said.

As investigators were interviewing Moore before and after Shakespeare's body was discovered, she gave at least five different versions of what happened.

But each version included one similarity, investigators said.

"In conclusion, Ms. Moore has provided several accounts as to how Abraham Shakespeare was killed," a criminal report affidavit states. "In every account, Ms. Moore has admitted being present when Abraham Shakespeare was killed. There is no credible evidence linking anyone other than Dee Dee Moore to the homicide of Abraham Shakespeare."

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Post by Wrapitup on Fri Aug 27, 2010 4:09 am

BJ, thank you so much for keeping up on this case. It really is so sad to think this poor man won the lottery and his short life changed forever.

Money certainly IS the root of all Evil!

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The LOVE of money is the root of all Evil.

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Normal Story of Murdered Lotto Winner Shakespeare to Air on E!

Post by Nama on Wed Sep 08, 2010 1:24 am

Story of Murdered Lotto Winner Shakespeare to Air on E!

Published: Tuesday, September 7, 2010 at 2:36 a.m.

The story of murdered Lotto winner Abraham Shakespeare will be included in the show ‘‘E! Investigates, Curse of the Lottery 2'' scheduled to air at 10 p.m. Wednesday.

Ledger reporter Merissa Green is interviewed about the Lakeland man who won a $17 million lump-sum payment from the lottery in 2006.

Dorice ‘‘DeeDee'' Moore was arrested for first-degree murder after his body was found Jan. 28 buried under a concrete slab behind a Plant City house at 5802 State Road 60.

He had two .38-caliber bullet wounds to the chest.

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8:00 PM The E! True Hollywood Story: Jenna JamesonTV-14
10:00 PM E! Investigates: Curse of the Lottery 2TV-14
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Cool and thanks. Is that EST??

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Post by Nama on Wed Sep 08, 2010 2:03 am

by Wrapitup Today at 2:00 am
Cool and thanks. Is that EST??
I don't know. Check your tv listings.

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LMAO. You sound like a television promo!!!! ROFLMAO

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Post by Nama on Mon Oct 04, 2010 12:50 am

Prosecutors released more than 4,000 pages of documents Thursday detailing their investigation into the murder of Lottery winner Abraham Shakespeare.

Shakespeare won $31 million in 2006. He was last seen in April 2009. Investigators say Dee Dee Moore is the person who killed him.

On the day she was arrested, Moore told reporters she didn't kill Shakespeare and she has since pleaded not guilty. Yet the 4,000+ pages of documents released Thursday clearly suggest otherwise.

In fact, even Moore's father admits his daughter can't be trusted. When a detective said, "She's not always been the most truthful of children?" Moore's dad replied, "That's correct. That's correct."

Investigators also learned during interviews with Moore's parents that Moore tried getting her dad to take the fall for Shakespeare's murder.

Moore's mother told detectives, "Then she come over... said she's very upset, she didn't wanna go to jail, never see her son again and all. And she asked Dad something like, 'Would you really, you know, take my place or something? Because I'll have to go away the rest of my life if it's, you know, capital one murder.'"

The documents also include interviews with people who say Moore told them Shakespeare was killed by drug dealers. Still others say Moore told them her son murdered Shakespeare.

According to officials, by the time Shakespeare was murdered in 2009, Moore had gained control of all his assets and remaining funds. Interviews suggest Moore killed Shakespeare when he started asking questions about his money.

But during the time between Shakespeare's disappearance in April 2009 and when his body was found in early 2010, Moore told people Shakespeare didn't want to be bothered and didn't want anyone to find him. She told people Shakespeare simply wanted to get away from everyone trying to borrow money from him.

Documents suggest Moore used Shapespeare's cell phone to text people, even paid a man to call Shakespeare's family and pretend he was Shakespeare telling them he was okay.

Interviews also reveal Moore spent Shakespeare's money on trips to New York and California. She also bought a Hummer, Corvette and lots of jewelry.

Ultimately, documents suggest Moore was caught when she tried hiring an undercover officer for $50,000 to tell authorities that he killed the lottery winner.

But within a few days of telling the undercover officer where Shakespeare's body was buried, Moore landed behind bars.

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The woman accused of killing a lottery winner said a jail deputy beat her, but an inquiry revealed her story to be unfounded, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office said.

Dorice Donegan "Dee Dee" Moore made a complaint Monday morning at the Orient Road Jail that a jail deputy kicked, struck and squeezed her knee.

Moore was charged in February with first-degree murder in the death of lottery millionaire Abraham Shakespeare, whose body was found on property owned by Moore.

Moore alleged that just after 3 p.m. Sunday a jail deputy took her into an isolated room and beat her, the sheriff's office said.

Two detectives from the sheriff's office internal affairs interviewed Moore and eight other inmates on Monday. They also watched a video that showed Moore walking into and out of the room. There is no video recording inside the isolation room, said Col. Jim Previtera, who is in charge of the sheriff's jails.

Moore emerged from the room without a sign of distress or injury. She didn't request medical attention, Previtera said.

"Zero signs of distress," Previtera said. "She's reading the papers that she's been given back."

Previtera said that this was a move by Moore and two other inmates to get a strict jail deputy moved to another detention area. Previtera said he plans to separate Moore and the two other women.

Moore showed investigators a bruise on her knee. But Previtera said investigators told him the bruise doesn't correlate with her story.

"Based on what I heard from the investigators today, it is my opinion Ms. Moore is craving attention and determined this was an appropriate means to gain attention," Previtera said.

Moore was taken into the isolation room to review contraband items that she was allowed to keep in her jail cell, Previtera said.

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Post by Wrapitup on Wed Oct 20, 2010 8:54 am

This girl is as bad as Casey. The truth and Dee Dee Moore are strangers.

I probably quoted what Strickland said incorrectly but you all get the point.

This girl is something else.

And, that poor man. All he did was win the lottery and trusted the wrong person.

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Post by Nama on Sat Nov 20, 2010 5:50 pm

Prosecutors say they won't pursue the death penalty against Dorice "Dee Dee" Moore, accused of killing lottery winner Abraham Shakespeare, taking his money, and telling his loved ones he was alive and in hiding.
Meanwhile, he was really buried under a concrete slab in Plant City.
Hillsborough County prosecutors announced the decision during a hearing Wednesday.
Moore, 38, has been in jail since she was arrested in February, after authorities say she told detectives conflicting stories about the April 2009 slaying.
Stephen Fisher, Moore's court-appointed attorney, also told the court that he is reviewing 61 computer discs that contain surveillance video, recorded statements by Moore and several hundreds pages of bank records.

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Post by Nama on Fri Nov 26, 2010 6:41 pm

Gruesome photos of the mummified body of a slain Florida lottery winner are among mountains of evidence released this week by the Hillsborough County State Attorney's office.

More than 20 discs containing photos, videos and other documents were released in the case against Dorice "DeeDee" Moore, who is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Abraham Shakespeare of Lakeland.

Moore was indicted by a grand jury in March after Shakespeare's body was discovered last January. The remains were found buried under a five-foot deep concrete slab behind a home in Plant City, a rural town east of Tampa.

Detectives said the 43-year-old Shakespeare was killed in sometime April 6 or 7, 2009. Authorities said the man was buried on a property that had been bought by Moore and listed in the name of her boyfriend, according to county records.

Many of the records released by Hillsborough County prosecutors this week revolve around that home and the concrete grave. In one videotaped interview, Moore's ex-husband describes how she asked him to dig a hole on her property with a backhoe in April of 2009 so she could hide chunks of concrete from a building inspector.

"She called me one afternoon, wanted me to come dig that hole, she told me she was going to put the concrete and stuff in it," said James Moore. "I left, she called me back later asked me to come and fill it and that's what I did."

Moore said he knew nothing about Shakespeare's murder or details of his ex-wife's relationship with Shakespeare.

"I've never met the man," he said. "I've never seen the man I never put no body in a hole."

Crime scene photos show details of the properties — everything from close-ups of Shakespeare's desiccated body to seemingly insignificant shots of brown towels.

Moore had befriended Shakespeare after he claimed the $30 million winning ticket in 2006 and took a $17 million lump sum payment. Before winning the lottery, he was a truck driver's assistant who lived with his mother.

She said she wanted to write a book about Shakespeare, but officials said she actually scammed him out of money and homes. Property records show she bought a $1 million home from Shakespeare for $655,000 and she acknowledged moving $2 million of his money into her bank account.

Investigators said Moore wrote a letter to Shakespeare's mother, claiming to be him — even though the lottery winner was barely literate. Detectives also said Moore had an unnamed witness make a cell phone call to Shakespeare's mother, pretending to be him. They also said Moore told many lies about Shakespeare, including that he was ill and that he fled the country.

In an interview with The Tampa Tribune, Moore said she anticipated being arrested — but that she never hurt Shakespeare.

"I would never take another human's life. No amount of money in the world is worth that," she said.

Prosecutors have declined to seek the death penalty against Moore, who is being held at the Hillsborough County Jail.

Shakespeare had suspicions

In the weeks leading up to his death, Shakespeare knew something wasn't right with the way Moore was handling his money.

That's according to Judith "Judy" Haggins, a longtime friend of Shakespeare who had power of attorney over his affairs. Taped conversations of Haggins are among the recordings released Tuesday.

Haggins was his assigned power of attorney at Shakespeare's request on April 3, 2009. The Polk County Sheriff's Office has a record of Shakespeare's signature in front of a notary public, according to audio recordings from the Hillsborough state attorney.

Through her lawyer, Larry Hardaway, Haggins has declined to comment.

In one of the recordings released by prosecutors, Moore told another inmate at the Orient Road Jail that she was upset that Shakespeare had given Haggins power of attorney.

Angelina Marshall, who shared a cell with Moore, took notes of her conversation with Moore and shared it with a Hillsborough sheriff's detective June 10.

Marshall said in the recording that Moore told her she had been given power of attorney for Shakespeare in January 2009 "when she obtained houses, car and money but she got a little upset when she found out that he gave a lady named Judy power of attorney of his money."

According to friends and reports released about the investigation, Haggins knew Shakespeare for 15 years and assisted him with collecting debts he was owed. After Shakespeare's disappearance in April 2009, Haggins began working for Moore, collecting on Shakespeare's debts and providing transportation for his mother, Elizabeth Walker.

Haggins can be seen in photos and heard in audios released by prosecutors. She told prosecutors what Moore had said about how Shakespeare died, and during a meeting with Gregory Todd Smith, who was an informant on the case, she talked about how Moore interfered with Shakespeare's finances.

"When Abraham got ready to go to the bank one day to see about his money, (Moore) immediately called me on the phone," Haggins said in the recording of her conversation with Smith. "You've got to stall him, Judy. He can't go to the bank."

Haggins had received money from Shakespeare's account to pay her for her services, she told Smith, according to the recording, "It was a little bit of money for me. (Moore) felt like Abraham should pay me to take his mama."

During the conversation with Smith, Haggins also said, "Abraham used to come to me and say, 'Now you know that white woman got my money, she can do anything to me.' I said, 'Abraham, you can go get your money.'?"

As the investigation heated up with Moore at the center, Haggins wanted to distance herself from Moore. "I'm trying to get me some money out of her now because the simple fact, they are coming to get Dee," Haggins said in the recording.

Haggins also told Smith that Moore tried to get her to lie to investigators.

Haggins talked to Smith about her doubts about what Moore was doing and said several times to Smith that Moore was "a liar."

"Dee forgot she need to be on my team. I'm ... the one she told all this ... too. Once these people start putting all this stuff together, they'll build a case against her. I said why ... does Abraham got me as power of attorney and he don't talk to me. That don't look right."

Friends and family of Shakespeare said they can't understand why Haggins didn't speak up sooner when she became suspicious of Moore.

Shakespeare's mother said she hasn't seen or heard from Haggins since she was told by Polk County sheriff's detectives to not communicate with her again. Even so, Walker said she is "very disappointed" with Haggins and has questions for her.

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Post by Nama on Tue Dec 14, 2010 11:42 pm

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New information has been released today in the murder case against Dee Dee Moore in the death of lottery winner Abraham Shakespeare.

Two dozen discovery discs are filled with phone calls, video and pictures between Shakespeare, Dee Dee Moore and their associates.

An informant interview with one of Shakespeare's closest friends, Judy Haggins, seems to show how she worked with Moore to possibly scheme Shakespeare when she revealed, "When Abraham got ready to go to the bank one day to see his money, [Moore] immediately called me on the phone and says, 'You gotta stall him, Judy, he can't go to the bank.'"

Shakespeare disappeared in 2009. Deputies say he was murdered in April of 2009. In January of 2010, his bullet-riddled body was found buried in a hole sealed with concrete on a Plant City property.

Close friends and family told detectives they did not think he went missing because Moore always seemed to have a reason he wasn't around.

"[Moore] fed us real well," Shakespeare's friend, Greg Massey, told detectives. "She fed us filet mignon. It went from, 'He's out of town' to 'He has AIDS' or 'He's in the hospital up somewhere.' That he's sick."

Also included in the discs is surveillance video at a Wal-Mart store that shows Moore buying trash bags, duct tape and plastic sheeting.

Deputies say Moore orchestrated the lotto winner's murder after she drained him of all his winnings.

Shakespeare's body was found buried in a hole sealed with concrete on a Plant City property back in January.

While Moore has told many different stories in the past two years, a deputy interview with her mother, Linda Donegon, during the week Shakespeare's body was found sheds light on a different story.

"[Moore] said what happened that night was Abraham was strangling [her] because [she] wouldn't take the money out of the safe that he wanted to give to the drug dealers. So, one of them, when Abraham started strangling her, shot him in the shoulder and then she said they took his body out, this guy Johnny says, 'Don't worry, he's alive.' I said, 'If he was alive, why was you digging the hole?' And she just went blank."

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Post by Nama on Tue Dec 14, 2010 11:44 pm

For the first time, we're seeing exactly what detectives found in Plant City when they discovered the remains of a missing lottery winner.

There are hundreds of photos; many are from the crime scene, including grisly shots of Abraham Shakespeare's mummified body.

Investigators spent days meticulously searching for Shakespeare, who seemed to vanish into thin air months after he won the lottery.

Detectives eventually found him buried beneath a concrete slab on the sprawling property along route 60 in eastern Hillsborough County.

Prosecutors say Dee Dee Moore befriended Shakespeare, stole his money and murdered him in April of last year.

"It was probably four or five foot wide," said James Moore, Dee Dee Moore's ex-husband, in witness interviews just released.

During the recording, he tells detectives he used a backhoe to dig a large hole on the property but had no idea Shakespeare would eventually be found there.

"She called me one afternoon," he said. "Wanted me to come dig that hole. She told me she was going to put the concrete and stuff in it. I left. She called me back later, asked me to come fill it back over and that's what I did."

Prosecutors also released surveillance video from several stores, where investigators say Moore later bought supplies to dig up Shakespeare's body.

All the while, they say she conned his family and even her own into believing he was still alive.

"She's been buying all kinds of fancy cars and all and I kept asking her was where she got the money," Linda Donegan, Dee Dee Moore's mother, told investigators.

Moore's own parents told detectives their daughter had lied to them before and in the days before her arrest, they say she even asked her father to take the fall for her.

"I said I wished I could just take all of it for you," Patrick Donegan, Dee Dee Moore's father, told investigators.

"Meaning, you wish you could take the burden off your daughter?" asked a detective.

"Yeah, off of my daughter. And she said, 'would you dad?' And I said, 'uh,'" replied Donegan.

There are dozens of other DVDs and CDs that still haven't been released yet, including interviews with Moore's boyfriend. A hearing on whether to make that information public will be held next month.

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Post by Nama on Tue Dec 14, 2010 11:47 pm

Dee Dee Moore sits in the Orient Road Jail, apparently with a lot of time on her hands. For two days now, FOX 13 has received handwritten letters from Moore.

Much of this latest letter includes her expressing anger about the way she says people have turned on her.

"They have punctured my heart and turned my whole life into a horror story," she writes.

Moore included transcripts of recorded conversations between her and Greg Smith. Smith was a friend but was also working with investigators on this case.

They talked about bribing "Ronald."

Moore said she wanted to find out where Ronald buried Shakespeare -- but investigators have said there is no Ronald. They said Moore made him up, along with another man, as the one's responsible for Shakespeare's death.

Moore goes on in the letter about being framed.

"I am such a cowered (sic), wrapped up in injustice and being written out of life," Moore maintained she was only helping Shakespeare with his money.

She says "Abraham acted like I was doing him a huge favor." She goes on to say, "he begged me."

Moore said she has spent her life helping others, but now: " I feel unloved, unwanted and imprisoned by my own thoughts."

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Post by Wrapitup on Wed Dec 15, 2010 4:35 am

Close friends and family told detectives they did not think he went missing because Moore always seemed to have a reason he wasn't around.
Who does that remind us of??

This girl is one evil person. I have to wonder how many other people she has conned out of money before REALLY crossing the line and murdering poor Abraham.

Her ex husband is clueless as is her "boyfriend". And, her father would take the rap for her? Did I read that correctly? WTF, This is just sick. And very, very sad. All the "poor" man did was win the lottery and got taken and killed by this bitch. I am sorry if I offend anyone but there is really no other word to describe her. Look at her mug shot. She doesn't even look sad. "One step closer to crazy"? I think she might try to go for the insanity plea.

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Post by raine1953 on Wed Dec 15, 2010 1:11 pm

Wrapitup wrote:
Close friends and family told detectives they did not think he went missing because Moore always seemed to have a reason he wasn't around.
Who does that remind us of??

This girl is one evil person. I have to wonder how many other people she has conned out of money before REALLY crossing the line and murdering poor Abraham.

Her ex husband is clueless as is her "boyfriend". And, her father would take the rap for her? Did I read that correctly? WTF, This is just sick. And very, very sad. All the "poor" man did was win the lottery and got taken and killed by this bitch. I am sorry if I offend anyone but there is really no other word to describe her. Look at her mug shot. She doesn't even look sad. "One step closer to crazy"? I think she might try to go for the insanity plea.

I agree

This female is one cold person and god forbid if she doesn't get life w/o parole, otherwise she'll continue to do this to other people and if she ever gets out, next time she just might get away with it. huge waste
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Post by Nama on Fri Dec 31, 2010 5:27 pm

Shouting and pacing in a cramped interview room, detectives confronted Dorice "DeeDee" Moore about how Lakeland lottery winner Abraham Shakespeare was killed.

"It's time to come to grips with the truth," said Polk County sheriff's Detective David Wallace, one of two investigators questioning Moore during an interview recorded on video. "That man died on April 6 (2009) because of something you did."

Prosecutors released the video Monday. It was recorded on the evening of Jan. 29, 2010 -- a day after Shakespeare's mummified corpse was found buried underneath a concrete slab behind a home in Plant City on State Road 60. Shakespeare's body was found two months after he was reported missing by his cousin.

Moore said in the video that she didn't have a motive to kill Shakespeare. The detective replied that Moore was after his assets.

"Let me tell you something, honey, you're never gonna see God," Wallace said. "You are the reason he's dead. Nobody has benefited from this but you."

The video was among more than 30 computer disks related to the death investigation that were released Monday by the State Attorney's Office in Hillsborough County

Stephen Fisher, a lawyer representing Moore, had objected to these items being released to the public, including Moore's statements to detectives.

The Ledger and other news outlets requested a hearing Monday to argue that the records should be open.

But Fisher withdrew his objection and the remaining information was opened to the public.

Dressed in red jail clothing, Moore told the judge Monday that she was happy with her lawyer's advice so far and was "just waiting to go home."

In the recorded interview, Moore anticipated her arrest. She had important telephone numbers written on the bottoms of her feet, including her lawyer's number.

"Everybody told me I was going to be arrested for this so they told me that they take away all your papers," she said.

Investigative reports accuse Moore, 38, of taking control of the remnants of Shakespeare's fortune and killing him. Shakespeare won a $17 million lump-sum lottery payment in 2006.

He was last seen in April 2009. For months, his whereabouts remained unknown. Moore told The Ledger and Polk County sheriff's investigators that she was helping Shakespeare disappear so he could avoid people bothering him for money.

An informant, Gregory Smith, worked with detectives to build a case against Moore and, eventually, located Shakespeare's body. An autopsy showed the 43-year-old man had been shot twice in the chest with .38-caliber bullets.

A Hillsborough County grand jury indicted Moore in March on a charge of first-degree murder. Prosecutors are not seeking the death penalty. If convicted as charged, Moore faces life imprisonment. A trial date hasn't been set.

Monday's release also include jail telephone calls. In a conversation with a woman named Debbie, Moore says, "Why would I kill him? He was worth more to me alive than dead -- and I would have gotten rid of everything he owned."

During the investigation, Polk detectives were able to show how Moore took control of Shakespeare's assets, including a BMW and his million-dollar Lakeland home at 9340 Redhawk Bend Drive. In another jail call, Moore said, "I wouldn't have to kill him for it." "That man would give me anything and everything he wanted. I'm so sad that he's gone."

Debbie tells her, "you're there DeeDee because you covered it up."

Investigators say in an affidavit that Moore has given several accounts of how Shakespeare was killed, including by herself in self-defense and by her 14-year-old son. It also states that she met with an undercover Lake Wales police officer and was willing to pay him $50,000 to say he killed Shakespeare.

Moore insisted throughout the recorded interview that a drug dealer named "Ronald" was responsible for Shakespeare's slaying.

During the interrogation, Wallace tells Moore, "all along you've told so many stories and lies."

"It's because I was scared," Moore responds.

Investigators threatened to arrest her ex-husband, James Moore. An affidavit states he dug the hole where Shakespeare's body was found. James Moore told detectives that he thought he was burying bits of concrete, not a body. He hasn't been arrested in the case.

In the interview, DeeDee Moore begged detectives not to arrest her ex-husband. She said he had nothing to do with the killing.

"Why can't I go to jail and take the charges," she told detectives. "Just say I did it."

Investigators said the financial records and Moore showing Smith where the body was located were proof of her involvement in Shakespeare's killing.

While Moore said in her interrogation she doesn't know the name of the person who killed Shakespeare, she changes her story in a taped telephone call with another Polk County sheriff's detective, David Clark.

"DeeDee, you told me several different ways it happened," Clark said in the phone interview. "Do you want to talk to me or do you want to talk to your attorney?"

Moore tells Clark during the phone call that a man name Fairy Gay shot Shakespeare. She also said Shakespeare's cousin, Cedric Edom, and another man were there when Shakespeare was shot.

Moore said when Shakespeare was shot, he was sitting in a chair in the house next door to the one where his body would be found.

"The bullet went through the shoulder," Moore said.

At one point during the conversation Moore tells Clark that she and Shakespeare were handcuffed by drug dealers involved in his murder. She said she was willing to show Clark where the evidence is located and tried to persuade him several times to not file a search warrant or to search the one-story, red-brick house at 5732 SR 60 E. next door to the two-story house where Shakespeare's body was found.

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"I'm going to go to prison for something I didn't do and sit on a mattress with no pillow," replied Moore, during the video recorded interview in January, shortly before she was arrested.

But detectives told her that she'll get pillows, linen, blankets and shower shoes. They also corrected Moore's assumption that life in prison was just 25 years.

"Life in prison is when you go in and you don't come out," said Hillsborough sheriff's Detective Greg Thomas. "Kinda like that roach motel thing. Roaches go in, and you don't come out."

"You're the roach," said Polk County sheriff's Detective David Wallace.

Prosecutors just recently released about 30 disks filled with information related to the case against Moore, 38.

The Ledger has been reviewing the numerous video and audio files. Excerpts of her interviews with detectives can be viewed at theledger.com/video.

Detectives pressed Moore to explain what happened to Shakespeare and who was responsible.

Wallace, the Polk detective, accused Moore of telling "so many different stories" and spinning "so many different lies."

Investigators have said Moore has given several accounts of how Shakespeare was killed, including by herself in self-defense and by drug dealers.

In one of the recorded interviews, Moore gave a detailed story of Howard Stitzel's involvement in the case. Stitzel, a Plant City lawyer, performed legal work for Moore and Shakespeare. He operated his law firm from the nearby two-story house where Shakespeare's body was found.

Moore claimed Stitzel had a drug habit and was constantly asking her and Shakespeare to give him money. When Shakespeare threatened to drop him as his lawyer, Moore said Stitzel became irate and shot Shakespeare.

After she finished telling her story, Wallace dropped a bombshell and told her they had another problem with her story.

"I think I told you I'm pretty good at my job, and I've been doing this for a while," Wallace said. "I've already found out where Howard Stitzel was that night. He was in a hotel, and I have video on the other side of the state."

Moore told the detectives to interview other people connected to the case to figure out who killed Shakespeare.

"I've had to lie because you don't believe me," Moore said. "I told you the same story over and over."

Wallace told Moore she was selfish, especially because she had even raised the prospect that her teenage son had been involved. Moore denied that.

Wallace told Moore that they interviewed her son for two hours and he cried the entire time.

The detective said her son was being ridiculed at school by classmates because of her actions.

Toward the end of the interview, Moore told the two detectives that they can charge her for being responsible for Shakespeare's death but she didn't kill him.

"How can you charge me with first degree-murder when I didn't pull the trigger?" she said.

An affidavit states Moore met with an undercover Lake Wales police officer and was willing to pay him $50,000 to say he killed Shakespeare.

Shakespeare won a $17 million lump-sum lottery payment in 2006. Detectives say Moore got close to Shakespeare by saying she wanted to write a book about him and then seized control of his fortune.

He was last seen in April 2009 and remained missing for months. Moore told The Ledger and Polk County sheriff's investigators that she was helping Shakespeare disappear so he could avoid people bothering him for money.

His mummified corpse was found Jan. 29 buried underneath a concrete slab behind a home in Plant City on State Road 60.

An informant, Shakespeare's friend Gregory Smith, worked with detectives to build a case against Moore and to locate Shakespeare's body. An autopsy showed Shakespeare had been shot twice in the chest with .38-caliber bullets.

Investigators secretly recorded a conversation between Moore and Smith just a few days before the body was found.

Smith warned Moore on the recording that detectives were preparing to execute a search warrant on the Plant City property.

He urged her to show him where to dig and to give him the handgun so he could grind off the serial numbers.

In the recording, Moore said she wanted to first "cut a deal" with authorities so they wouldn't touch any of her assets.

"While you trying to cut a deal, we need to be digging," Smith said.

Originally, Moore was arrested on charges of being an accessory after the fact. But a Hillsborough County grand jury indicted her in March on a charge of first-degree murder.

The State Attorney's Office in Tampa is not seeking the death penalty. To secure a death sentence, prosecutors must argue "aggravating circumstances" exist to establish a legal basis for the punishment.

Mark Cox, a spokesman for the State Attorney's Office, said he couldn't comment on specifics of the case. He said a committee of experienced prosecutors reviewed the case, and did not find sufficient "aggravators" existed to seek the death penalty.

If convicted as charged, Moore faces life imprisonment. A trial date hasn't been set. A status hearing is set for March 7.

After her arrest, Moore maintained her innocence during recorded jail telephone calls to her mother and a friend.

Her mother, Linda Donegan, expressed disgust at allegations that her daughter helped bury Shakespeare and tricked his mother into thinking he might still be alive.

"I didn't say you killed him," Donegan said. "It's what you did afterwards. It was horrible."

Moore said the real culprit -- a drug dealer called "Ronald" -- forced her to keep quiet. Moore said he pulled off her toenail and tried to yank out her tooth.

"I have the dental records where he tried to pull my tooth out with a pair of pliers," she said. Moore claimed a dentist had to pull the tooth because it was cracked.

Linda Donegan told her daughter that she never should have gotten involved with Shakespeare.

"You're always looking for a quick buck, and there's no quick buck out in the world," said Donegan. "You got to pay for it somehow -- one way or the other. And you're paying the ultimate price."

Moore told a friend named Debbie during another call that "Ronald" wasn't the killer's real name. "I'm sure that's his made-up name," she said.

She said she feared for her son's life, and detectives weren't taking her seriously.

"They thought I was crazy in the head, and they can keep thinking that and they can prosecute me and send me to prison," she said. "But they will be convicting an innocent person."

Moore said she would "go in the world's record as the dumbest criminal alive" if she really did kill Shakespeare, bury him and then not run away.

"It would make no sense," she said. "I had everything already before he passed away. I wouldn't kill the man. He was worth more to me alive than dead."

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She sure does look like a Happy Camper, doesn't she. Her roots show how long she's been in jail. I wonder if you can get your hair colored/bleached when your're incarcerated?

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Although in jail on charges of murder, Dorice "DeeDee" Moore isn't giving up the home of slain Lakeland lottery winner Abraham Shakespeare without a fight.

Shakespeare's estate is seeking to regain ownership of the home, saying he wasn't paid for it and the signature on a quit claim deed isn't his.

Moore has written numerous letters filed in the civil dispute to argue that the residence is her's.

"If you steal my home with false accusations, I will sue you," she wrote.

Lakeland lawyer Stephen Martin, who represents the estate of Shakespeare, did not return calls seeking comment.

Court records show Martin has been working to reclaim assets for Shakespeare's two sons, 9-year-old Moses and 2-year-old Jeremiyah.

Last week, Martin filed complaints claiming several mortgages on properties were fraudulently transferred from Shakespeare to Moore's medical staffing company, American Medical Professionals.

Moore is accused of killing Shakespeare, 43, whose body was found Jan. 29, 2010, underneath a concrete slab behind a Plant City home. He had been shot twice in the chest with .38-caliber bullets.

Authorities say Moore befriended Shakespeare by saying she wanted to write a book about him and then seized control of his remaining fortune, including his home.

Shakespeare, who won a $17 million lump-sum lottery payment, bought the home on Red Hawk Bend Drive for about $1.07 million in 2007.

Legal documents show ownership of the home was transferred in January 2009, from Shakespeare to Moore's company.

Martin filed a complaint last year to declare Shakespeare's estate is the rightful owner of the home. Within her mostly handwritten letters, Moore professed her innocence of Shakespeare's killing and insisted she paid for his home.

Moore, 38, has sent many letters to Circuit Judge Neil Roddenbery, who is handling the civil case, asking him to postpone hearings until her trial ends.

A judge is not allowed to respond to such one-sided communications from litigants, according to ethics rules governing judges. Roddenbery has not been communicating with Moore. The judge has been posting her letters in the court file.

"The home has everything I ever worked for in it," Moore wrote in one letter. "20 years of work for nothing. I worked all my life to have it all stolen from me. Please don't let evil win."

Moore included with her letters copies of documents from her criminal case in Hillsborough County.

She wrote in comments, underlined portions of the documents and spoke about strategies of her defense.

Investigative reports in her criminal case say Moore gave detectives several accounts of how Shakespeare was killed, including by herself in self-defense and by drug dealers.

Moore told detectives in video recorded interviews that the real killer is a drug dealer called "Ronald" who forced her to keep quiet or he would harm her son.

Moore maintained in her letters to the judge that she was trying to protect her son and claims to have a photograph of the killer.

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Post by Nama on Sat Aug 20, 2011 8:02 pm

Dorice "DeeDee" Moore is getting some legal help in her fight to keep the home and other assets of slain Lakeland lottery winner Abraham Shakespeare.

Circuit Judge Daniel H. Sleet appointed the Office of Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel to mount her defense.

However, court records show she has secured a ­Tampa-based lawyer to ­represent her in various civil lawsuits.

Randall O. Reder confirmed he does represent Moore as well as her company, American Medical Professionals PEO Inc.

Reder said he couldn't discuss whether Moore is paying him for legal services, citing the confidentiality between lawyers and clients.

"There are certain things I can't reveal," he said.

Reder's website describes the main focus of his law practice as foreclosure cases.

The State Attorney's Office in Tampa, which is prosecuting Moore for first-degree murder, did not wish to comment on her hiring of a lawyer for civil lawsuits.........

........With the criminal case pending, Shakespeare's estate has been seeking in civil court to reclaim assets from Moore on behalf of Shakespeare's two sons, 10-year-old Moses and 2-year-old Jeremiyah.

So far, five lawsuits are pending before three circuit judges.

Those lawsuits claim mortgages were fraudulently transferred from Shakespeare to Moore's medical staffing company without payment given to Shakespeare.

One property at stake is Shakespeare's $1.07 million home on Red Hawk Bend Drive in Lakeland.

Moore has submitted numerous handwritten letters in the cases, maintaining her innocence of Shakespeare's killing and insisting she didn't steal the properties.

Last week, Reder filed an emergency motion seeking access to the home. Shakespeare's estate has changed the locks and has installed a security system.

Reder wrote that Moore wants to obtain jewelry and other items seized by the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office and needs receipts from the home to prove she owns them.

In another case involving three other properties, Circuit Judge Michael Raiden ruled July 27 in favor of Shakespeare's estate because Moore hadn't hired a lawyer to represent her company.

Moore sent a handwritten letter to the judge on Aug. 8, criticizing his decision as "unfair" and proclaiming that she has hired a lawyer.

"You will see at my trial, I'm far from guilty," Moore wrote.

Reder filed a motion asking Raiden to reconsider his ruling in favor of Shakespeare's estate.

He described how Moore's incarceration made it difficult for her to communicate with the outside world and to secure a lawyer to help her.

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Post by Wrapitup on Sat Aug 20, 2011 10:10 pm

Dee Dee is FOS! She sounds like TLS w/the "difficult for her to communicate w/the outside world because she's locked up." She scammed that poor man out of his lottery winnings and either killed him or hired someone to do it. I hope she Frys!

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Post by Nama on Mon Oct 10, 2011 5:55 pm

A judge refused Monday to hear Dorice "DeeDee" Moore's request to reclaim jewelry and other valuables so she can pay private lawyers.

Moore, 39, is accused of killing Lakeland lottery winner Abraham Shakespeare and faces life imprisonment if convicted of first-degree murder.

Moore has been declared indigent, and her criminal case is being handled by the Office of Criminal Conflict and Civil Regional Counsel. In August, she indicated that she wanted some items seized by the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office returned so she could sell them to pay for legal services.

Randall O. Reder, a Tampa lawyer, has been representing Moore in civil lawsuits filed by Shakespeare's estate against her and her medical staffing company. The lawsuits claim Moore fraudulently transferred mortgages from Shakespeare to her company without paying for them, including his $1.07 million home on Red Hawk Bend Drive in Lakeland.

At a previous court appearance, lawyers indicated that Reder hasn't been paid yet for his legal services in the civil lawsuits, but could be paid if Moore can reclaim some jewelry and other assets seized by investigators that she claims belong to her.

Reder attempted to have a hearing Monday to argue that those items should be returned to Moore.

Circuit Judge Daniel H. Sleet expressed "great concern" about going forward without Moore's court-appointed criminal lawyer in the courtroom.

Prosecutors warned that Moore could make statements at the hearing and open herself to possible perjury charges.

The judge told Reder that the stakes were too high for Moore to not have her court-appointed criminal lawyer present. The hearing was rescheduled to Nov. 21.

This is the second time that the judge refused to hear Moore's request. In August, the judge noted that Reder didn't give notice to the Sheriff's Office, and a representative from that agency wasn't present.

Moore's criminal trial is set to begin March 19, 2012.

Investigators say Moore befriended Shakespeare by saying she wanted to write a book about him and then seized control of his remaining fortune, according to an affidavit.

Shakespeare won a $17 million lump-sum lottery payment in 2006, and he was last seen alive in April 2009.

The 43-year-old man's body was found Jan. 28, 2010, underneath a concrete slab behind a Plant City home. He had been shot twice in the chest.

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Post by Nama on Sun Feb 26, 2012 1:58 pm

A circuit judge in Hillsborough County has delayed Dorice "Dee Dee" Moore's first-degree murder trial until July 16 to give her lawyer time to take statements from new witnesses.

Stephen Fisher, Moore's court-appointed lawyer, told the court Thursday that some witnesses had come forward in civil lawsuits related to Moore's murder case, and he needs to schedule them for depositions.

He declined to say who those witnesses are or what information they offered.

Moore, 39, is accused of killing Abraham Shakespeare, a lottery winner from Lakeland, after taking control of his fortune.

Lawyers representing Shakespeare's estate have filed lawsuits against Moore seeking to recover money they said she'd swindled.

One of the lawsuits disputes who owns Shakespeare's $1.07 million house in Lakeland.

Lawyers for the estate said they're seeking the assets for Shakespeare's two sons.

Shakespeare won a $17 million lump-sum lottery payment in 2006. Authorities allege Moore later befriended him and seized what remained of his fortune by saying she wanted to write a book about his rags-to-riches story.

He was last seen alive in April 2009.

The 43-year-old man's body was found Jan. 28, 2010, beneath a concrete slab behind a home in Plant City. Authorities said he'd been shot twice in the chest with a .38-caliber gun.

Authorities said the Plant City house was owned by Moore's former boyfriend.

Moore was arrested as an accessory to Shakespeare's death six days after his body was found. The charges were upgraded to first-degree murder Feb. 19, 2010. She has pleaded not guilty in the murder case.

Her trial had been set to begin March 19 in Tampa, but Circuit Judge Ronald Ficarrotta agreed to delay it until July.

Prosecutors aren't seeking the death penalty against Moore.

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Post by Nama on Mon Sep 17, 2012 1:22 am

On Monday, a judge set a date for the murder trial of Dee Dee Moore.
Moore, who is accused of killing Abraham Shakespeare in 2009, will stand trial March 19 of next year.
Moore wants to regain access to some of her assets that the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office seized during their investigation. Her lawyer asked a judge Monday to allow her to reclaim those assets, which include jewelry, electronics and cash.
The judge denied the request, saying he was not provided with a copy of the motion prior to the hearing, which is standard procedure.
Moore’s lawyer said he wants all assets that won’t be used for evidence returned to Moore. He does plan to try again.
The judge also questioned Moore’s ability to hire an attorney. Moore, who claims to be indigent and unable to afford a criminal attorney, has hired a civil attorney to represent her in civil matters.
Judge Daniel Sleet questioned whether Moore had lied about her financial status, considering she was able to hire a civil attorney. The civil attorney responded by saying he was currently not being paid, but expected to be paid later, once Moore had regained her assets.

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Post by raine1953 on Mon Sep 17, 2012 2:16 am

She wants to reclaim some of HER assets? I don't think she should be allowed to touch anything since she ripped off Abraham Shakespeare so bad before she murdered him!
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