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November 24, 2013
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November 2, 2013
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Arizona – -(Ammoland.com)- It has become common for liberal fascists to proclaim that “only the Supreme Court” can interpret the Constitution.
Nothing could be further from the truth.
Every legislator, every elected politician, every police officer and person in the military takes an oath to uphold the Constitution and defend it against all enemies, foreign and domestic. They do not take an oath to follow orders given by the Supreme Court.
It is a myth that only the Supreme Court can interpret the Constitution. It was not always so, and legislators and juries commonly interpreted the Constitution in the United States before the “progressive” era. One of the strongest checks on government power is the power of the jury. A jury has the power to decide that a law is unconstitutional or that a particular application of a law is unjust.
In Florida, an elected Sheriff released a prisoner when the Sheriff believed the prisoners constitutional rights had been violated. A disgruntled deputy lined up another job, then accused the Sheriff of corruption. From wkzo.com:
BRISTOL, Florida (Reuters) – A Florida sheriff was acquitted on Thursday of charges that he committed misconduct and falsified public records when he freed a jailed man who carried a loaded gun without a permit.
Suspended Liberty County Sheriff Nick Finch, 51, had testified that he released Floyd Parrish from jail because he had a constitutional duty to uphold the Second Amendment right to bear arms.
Conservative organizations and activists opposed to gun control rallied to the sheriff’s defense after Governor Rick Scott suspended him last summer. Scott reinstated him shortly after the jury delivered its verdict.
So we have a very interesting case where a Sheriff acts on his principles, and is upheld in them by a jury of his peers.
Perhaps we will see the start of a trend.
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December 30, 2012
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December 16, 2012
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December 15, 2012
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Florida zero-tolerance for human trafficking intentionally omits professionals who prey on the elderly for profit.
In tracking the rampant organized criminal activity across the country with regards to the abuse of elderly individuals [with assets] who are targeted by professional predators working within the probate system, Florida jumps to the forefront in the abuse, exploitation, and looting of personal assets of the elderly. While Florida may have been at one time, the most desired state to retire to, it is now the preferred hunting grounds of professional predators who operate within and with the cooperation of the probate court system. This is human trafficking for profit.
From the Attorney General’s website:
“Contrary to some misconceptions, human trafficking crimes do not require any smuggling or movement of the victim,” says the Department of Justice on its website.
“It’s important to me because this is a crime against humanity, it’s truly modern-day slavery,” State Attorney General Pam Bondi said in an interview.
These should be comforting and reassuring words, and for the most part I presume that most find them so. Still, I wonder why Attorney General Bondi refuses to even acknowledge another form of human trafficking rampant not only in Florida, but across the nation. The trafficking of the elderly who committed what must be the new crime of, aging with assets. This is also a massive crime against humanity and which not one attorney general in the United States, including the US Attorney General, Eric Holder, will address.
Human trafficking professionals
Human trafficking affects human beings of all ages under numerous guises. We are all familiar with the global sex trade involving men, woman, and children, both male and female, of all ages. Florida it seems is a hot bed of human trafficking and not all of it is for sexual exploitation. In the mix of perverts, pedophiles, sadists, rapists and torturers and willing traffickers is a little known group of active predators known as professional fiduciaries, attorneys and probate judges whose stock and trade is the trafficking of the elderly w/assets] with one objective: looting the estates of the elderly while violating the civil rights of the targeted individual and regardless of the emotional or physical cost to the victim. These known predators are at work in every state targeting individuals under the guise of “protection” and then availing themselves of the victims assets.
Florida is not an isolated incident of elder abuse for profit. The GAO reports that across the nation, predatory fiduciarys steal an estimated 2.6 billion annually from aging seniors, laying claim to estates and all the financial and personal assets of the now imprisoned and isolated victim. Adult Protective Services, a national collection of state agencies, is supposedly there to protect vulnerable adults from abuse, neglect, exploitation and other threats. Instead, it is predicated upon a quota system that is directly linked to their agency expenses. Federal and state funding is formulated based on the number of victims claimed as “clients” in every quarter. And each and every quarter the quota is increased.
“If the real intentions of APS was to protect vulnerable adults or the elderly, the streets are full of homeless people of all ages who need help. These agencies step over these individuals to get to those who have assets and who can be exploited for profit”. Quote: Linda Kincaid, Elder Advocate, California) More
November 25, 2012
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November 19, 2012
Bradenton Herald Bradenton.com
Published: November 15, 2012
Florida’s mistreatment of incapacitated children is identical to its heartless care of elderly wards warehoused in institutions, as detailed in a Nov. 12 Bradenton Herald article.
Poor Marie Freyre, just a child, was brutally taken by the state hundreds of miles from her loving family to be confined to a nursing home with a known reputation of problematic care. Hours later, sweet Marie, traumatized by the separation and abrupt isolation from her family, screaming to go home, died of a heart attack.
To anyone who has ever seen a child or an elder ripped from his family, the sight and the haunting sounds are indelible in your memory. I have seen both.
In Bradenton, my 89-year-old father was taken from my arms and put into lockdown — for three weeks, with a no-contact order on him. As a state ward, no court hearing was held to release him to his family, despite Florida law requiring prompt hearings or automatic release within 72 hours.
How simple it is to follow the money trail. For this lockdown of my father, a Holocaust survivor with post-traumatic stress disorder and 456 hours in isolation, the hospital charged well over $40,000 to Medicare.
Marie’s nursing home was paid $506 a day but her stay was ended by her death, one half day after her admission.
Can a child or an elder die from state-imposed emotional trauma of isolation from her loved ones? Marie knows that for sure.
Beverly R. Newman, Ed.D.
July 27, 2012
The “My Word” column in yesterday’s (July 26, 2012) edition of the Orlando Sentinel brings out an interesting point regarding the use of facts and science in allowing property owners to enjoy and use their land.
The Adena Springs Ranch near Silver Springs, Florida is comprised of nearly 25,000 acres. It is located in northeastern Marion County between Ocala and Ocala National Forest and they plan to grow cattle. Their website says they are committed “to raise and harvest the animals in a way that protects his neighbors and the environment.” For the details on their proposed operations visit: www.adenaspringsranch.com
Part of the permitting process includes applying for a water use permit. Last Sunday, the Sentinel wrote an editorial attempting to create fear that the granting of this permit would be gambling with the environmental purity and water resource of Silver Springs. Click HERE to read the article
The author of the “My Word” column responded by stating this fear is not based on any scientific evidence. None has ever been offered. In fact, the homework done by Ranch owner, Frank Stronach, led them to issue the following statement regarding the permit, “We know that it will not harm environmental or water resources or our neighbors.” You can read his response HERE More
June 26, 2012
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October 16, 2011
By: Rusty Ray
(Editor’s note: Since we first aired this story on a live broadcast in January 2011, we learned that Mrs. Arlene English passed away on April 8 at the age of 89. New details about English’s quality of health care, provided by her son, Neil Roe, have been included in this article.) More