January 24, 2015
Corrupt courts, Guardianship Abuse
BAR Association, corrupt courts, corrupt probate judges, estate looting, Florida, grifters, Guardianship Abuse, juducial immunity, lawyers, predatory guardians, probate, Senator Passidomo
This is no different than if bank robbers formed a union and then voted to give themselves immunity from prosecution, based on the idea that without immunity they might be afraid to rob any more banks.
To [grift] is to obtain money or other assets through swindle or fraud. That brief definition accurately describes what is practiced routinely by members of the BAR Associations across the country. And no where is it more prevalent than it is with regards to the insidious guardianship/conservatorship venues.
More money is stolen from the disabled, children and seniors ,conserved and/or guardianized, than can actually be calculated and much of that theft is going directly into the accounts of lawyers who use the probate and family courts as personal ATM machines.
Hiding behind self-protecting statutes and codes they themselves constructed through various state BAR Associations, and while our state legislators turned a blind eye, the trafficking of the disabled, children and seniors with assets, goes on unabated. All of it facilitated by specially constructed statutes that recognize no wrong doing by attorney’s or judges, much less by the professional vultures euphemistically called “guardians”. More
January 1, 2015
dangers of psychiatry, Guardianship Abuse
anti-psychotic drugs, APS, brain damage from pharmaceuticals, corrupt attorneys, corrupt probate courts, dangers of psychiatry, drugging the elderly for profit, elderly human trafficking, Guardianship Abuse, Lewy bodies, neuroleptic drugs, parkinsons, predatory guardians
Marti Oakley _________________________________________________
“This arrangement will terminate upon your death which will most likely occur right about the time your estate has been bled dry of every penny. If an autopsy was performed at this point with the necessary tox screens, there would no doubt be an unexplainable overload of neuroleptic drugs in what was left of your system. Drugs that your estate, medicare and medicaid will be billed for long after you take your last breath. Only a tox will never be done, in any event.”
Over 60? Got assets? You could be the next victim of a predatory guardian and a cadre of attorney’s, APS agents, social services agents, all looking to fill their quarterly quota’s or their personal bank accounts. Your crime? Aging with assets! And they want them!
While there is a concerted effort to convince the public that family or friends are abusing and exploiting an elderly person, the fact is that 3-5 billion is estimated to be stolen from seniors via professional fiduciary’s and those they work with, every year. These people are strangers to the family and the victim and their only real interest is availing themselves of as much of the estate as possible in as short amount of time as possible.
Every effort is made to make sure the public believes that in these instances of involuntary guardianship, no family member was willing to accept the care of the elder victim. This might be true in some cases, but for most it is the refusal of the probate judge to allow a family member to assume this position. After all, if a family member is guardian, the professional predator is not able to access the assets.
Abduct, Isolate, Medicate, Terminate
September 25, 2014
financial exploitation, Guardianship Abuse
abusive guardianships, elder abuse, elder financial exploitation, elder isolation, guardianship limitations, involuntary seclusion, looting estates, unreasonable confinement, Washington DC
“Bill 20-710 would amend Title 21 of the DC Official Code to protect the well-being of incapacitated individuals from unreasonable confinement or involuntary seclusion by a temporary, limited, and general guardian;”
September 24, 2014
Government, Guardianship Abuse
a Korean and Vietnam War veteran, Bev Cooper, Chicago, Cook county, Cooper's Corner, Guardianship Abuse, Memphis Tennessee, Michael Volpe, NASGA, Norman Hughes
Investigative journalist joins Bev Cooper to detail his recent investigations into guardian abuse both in Chicago and in Memphis, Tennessee.Volpe is the author of two books, “Prosecutors Gone Wild” and “The Definitive Dossier of PTSD in Whistleblowers”, and Volpe will talk about Norman Hughes, a Korean and Vietnam War veteran who is being held against his will in a nursing home in Memphis, and Mildred Willis, whose family recently lost their home on the order of the Cook County Public Guardian.
T.S. Radio: Tonight A Special Show With Reporter Michael Volpe: Systemic Corruption in Family and Probate Courts
Korean Vietnam War Vet Inside VA System Held Against His Will
Korean War Veteran Norman Hughes Makes Passionate Plea to Go Home. He is Being Held Against His Will in Assisted Living
How the Cook County Public Guardian’s Office Can Take Your Home