This is Ricky Ricko from Dorchester.
And he’s a registered sex offender who was convicted of indecent assault and battery on a child under 14 years of age in the 90’s.
Last week the Mass Lottery Commission announced that the Dorcehster resident was the latest winner of $1 million scratch ticket winner on the state run gambling monopoly.
Giving $650K cash to a guy who likes to diddle kids. What could possibly go wrong?
He was a former resident at the Massachusetts Treatment Center for sexually dangerous persons.
But he’s fixed now, thanks to the sweet, angelic melodies of Alicia Keys.
Which is why he posts so many links featuring little kids.
Not sure why he got out, but it looks like he thinks Nathaniel Simmons should get the credit for that.
He’s also looking for his transgender classmates from yesteryear.
Bragging about how good he looks for 65 in August.
And showing off his interior decorating skills.
Man got skills….
It’s not easy to wheel a broken down computer chair and Grandma’s chesterfield into your living room.
I believe in God, but stuff like this makes that difficult. I’ve never broken the law, I don’t touch kids, and I don’t waste money on scratch tickets because they are a scam. For that I’m rewarded with bills and more bills. Meanwhile this guy diddles young children, gets out of jail, wastes his money on scratch tickets, and is rewarded with $1 million. Life isn’t fair.
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