Every once a while I come across a situation which indicates that someone did something just because they could and because they convinced themselves there was nothing wrong with what they were doing. Oh, one more thing. They decided it was such a good thing that they really shouldn't tell too many people about it. They probably believed that if the wrong people found out about it, they would misconstrue their intentions. So, let me tell you about the situation I just came across.
Camelot Music purchased life insurance on all of its full-time employees, including Filipe Tillman. When he died, Camelot received approximately $340,000 in life insurance proceeds. The personal representative of Mr. Tillman's estate brought suit pursuant to the Oklahoma Insurance Code to recover the proceeds.
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