Donald Miller, 61 was declared legally dead in 1994, eight years after the alcoholic disappeared from his Ohio home.
In 2005 he returned from his decade long drunk to find out from his parents that he was declared dead so that ex and his two children could receive Social Security death benefits.
This week a judge ruled that the 61-year-old can't legally be brought back to life. He cannot obtain a driver’s license or a Social Security Number.
Dead is dead, pulse or no pulse.
His wife opposed his legal resurrection because she would be on the hook for tens of thousands in Social Security benefits if he were not dead.
Color me confused