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
June 22, 2014
Corrupt courts, Guardianship Abuse
corrupt courts, elder abuse, estate theft, FL 670 protecting nursing home owners, Florida, Florida politicians, Guardianship Abuse, medicare fraud, nursing home abuse, nursing home neglect, Rick Scott medicare fraud
The Florida House and Senate recently passed a clearly protectionist bill. Fl 670, meant to shield the owners, investors, managers and other employees and individuals from liability for their failure to protect, and to ensure the well-being and rights of home residents, is a clear violation of federal code regarding these same individuals.
Rick Scott, Florida governor and holder of the largest Medicare Fraud Scam on record, dutifully signed this bill into law knowing full well that the abuse, neglect and deprivation of individual rights of nursing home residents would explode as a result.
Scott, apparently not remotely concerned with what is an obvious conflict of interest, or, against the best interests of nursing home residents, signed FL 670 into law. This despite his active construction of the largest Medicare scams in US history.
Miami officials exposed the fraud in June of 2009. Five states were involved and several fake businesses were found operating with the intent to defraud Medicare and Medicare Advantage for non-existent drugs and treatments for cancer and HIV. Scott, and seven other defendants were identified in the scam.
Guess how much time any one of them served for this fraud and theft? If you guessed “0“, you would be correct. Instead of going to prison for grand larceny, theft by deception or any other relevant charge, they paid 1.7 billion in fines and settlement and got a “get out of jail for 1.7 billion” pass. Of course, we can find no evidence that the fine was actually ever paid in part or full. More
May 2, 2014
financial exploitation, Guardianship Abuse
Barbara Stone, corrupt courts, elder abuse, financial exploitation, Florida, Guardianship Abuse, human trafficking, looting estates, predatory guardians
“Judges all over the country participate in this scam. The transfer of funds and real property is done under “color of law” through “court order” where a judge orders the isolation of the elderly from their loved ones and then allows falsified, fraudulent and extortive fees and expenses to guardians and their attorneys.” ___________________________________________________________________
Rampant abuse of and atrocities against the elderly, children and other vulnerable Americans is occurring all over America.
The arrest of family members in this situation is commonplace as they are desperate to remove their parents from corrupt guardians and unlawful courts
The abuse of the elderly by guardians is dependent on their ability to operate their enterprise in secrecy. They do this by filing fraudulent lies and slanderous allegations against family members to colluding judges to obtain unlawful orders under “color of law” that prohibit family members from seeing their elderly loved ones. By isolating vulnerable elderly people from their family members, the abuse and atrocities are done insidiously and without any eyes by the family on their abuse.
These guardians count on secrecy to deprive their “wards” of all services. They then divert the assets from the people whom they are entrusted to provide care to, to their own enterprise. They sell their homes from under them, they loot and sell their possession, they engage in a feeding frenzy of their assets. More
April 28, 2014
aquifers, CS/SB 1576, Dan Peterson, Florida, Florida Property Rights Coalition, Florida water rights, springs, springs protection, water rights
On Friday, the latest version of The Florida Springs and Aquifer Protection was posted at http://www.flsenate.gov along with an analysis of the bill.
The bill is scheduled to be heard by the entire Senate on Wednesday, April 30.
While much improved, the bill continues to put property owners in a very vulnerable position. Following is the CPR Bill Analysis:
The Florida Springs and Aquifer Protection Act
Analysis of CS/CS/CS/SB 1576
The issue of protecting and preserving water in Florida must be addressed on two levels: water quantity and water quality. This bill addresses one of those issues: water quality.
The best vehicle for addresses the water quality issue is the Department of Environmental Protection’s Basin Management Action Plan (BMAP) process. It allows local stakeholders to address any and all potential pollution sources and remediate them in a site-specific manner. Only a lack of funding limits its speed and progress.
Problems with CS/CS/CS/SB 1576
After substantial, last minute changes in last Wednesday’s Senate Appropriations Committee, this bill still has the following problems which renders it ineffective in achieving springs and aquifer protection. More
April 9, 2014
Families for Better Care, financial exploitation, Florida, HB 569, human trafficking, nursing home abuse, nursing home neglect, SB 670, shielding nursing homes
By Brian Lee of Families for Better Care
Fact #1—Culpable decision makers would be immunized from accountability in cases of resident abuse and neglect
For those residents who are harmed and seek a lawsuit, they would lose any and all ability to seek punitive damages against a corporate owner. Immunity for culpable decision makers would be in all cases, regardless of the severity of the injury and almost regardless of the actions of the corporate shell investor. Residents would also lose the ability to even sue the corporate owner that fundamentally makes the decisions on how a nursing home is run, how budgets are set and how much is skimmed off for profits.
Fact #2—Residents would be prohibited from accessing records
Nondisclosure of medical records will become commonplace under this compromise deal as the entire records section would be unenforceable. If residents wish to examine their records and nursing homes refuse to furnish requested copies, then residents would be forced to hire an attorney to subpoena their records. Since the vast majority of nursing home residents are Medicaid recipients who are unable to afford legal services, this bill disenfranchises them of their federally mandated right to inspect and request copies of records at anytime without hindrance.
Fact #3—Families expect Florida to keep staffing promise
The last time the Legislature gave the nursing home industry comprehensive tort reform (2001), Floridians got a strong staffing standard in return. But in recent years, the Legislature has dropped those staffing requirements. This downturn has negatively impacted resident care as 20 percent of Florida’s nursing homes now sit atop the state’s watch list for dangerous care. Residents and families expect Florida to keep its staffing promise before considering any new tort reform.
#4—Investment capital is pouring into nursing homes
The nursing home’s bull market continued to rage through 2013 by stampeding market averages on its way to an unprecedented fourth consecutive year of strong growth. Investment analysts raved about the booming market, saying:
- “Skilled nursing stocks outperform … companies beat market averages in a bullish year.
- “Senior housing sector … made it through the Great Recession in better shape, and with better returns, than any other real estate type.”
- “Surging market and acquisition … a record year for number of publicly announced [transactions]. . . for the first time ever surpassed 200 announced transactions in a single year.”
- “The breadth of the market is about as deep as we’ve seen it as the number of players does not appear to be shrinking.”
#5—Aon’s lawsuit study is flawed, not “independent”
For the second year in a row, Aon’s Long-Term Care General Liability and Professional Liability Actuarial Analysis is little more than a morass of self-reported nursing home data.
Aon used shrouded, unverifiable records supplied solely by the large nursing home chains in response to a data call (fewer than 10 percent of Florida’s facilities participated in the so-called study). Aon willingly admits that data are “inherently uncertain” and have not been independently examined, which “could have a significant effect on the results of [Aon’s] review and analysis.”
Not surprisingly, Aon is a company that offers professional liability insurance for long-term care providers, making Aon part of the nursing home industry.
Protect elderly nursing home residents and their rights! Call your legislators and demand a “no” vote on (SB 670 and HB 569).
Brian Lee is executive director for Families for Better Care, based in Tallahassee.
March 18, 2014
Agenda 21, WATER
Agenda 21, Bureau of On-Site Sewage, Coalition for Property Rights, EPA corruption, Florida, Florida’s springs and aquifer, pollution, property owners, PROPERTY RIGHTS, Suwanee, water, water rights
The latest threat to property rights, not to mention just bad government policy, is
SB 1576 entitled, “An act relating to springs.”
It is scheduled to be heard in the Senate Committee on Environmental Protection and Conservation Thursday, March 20, at 8 AM. You can see the bill by going to
www.flsenate.gov and inserting the bill number in the search engine.
Many, if not most, Floridians recognize the need to protect water quantity and quality. And, that certainly means protecting Florida’s springs and aquifer. Politicians know this and some want to join the stampede to pass “something” to “protect” springs. But, don’t be fooled…SB 1576 will not do that. Here’s why
SB 1576 needlessly targets septic systems as a significant contributor to nitrogen pollution. More
March 9, 2014
financial exploitation, Guardianship Abuse, radio
corrupt probate courts, financial exploitation, Florida, Guardianship Abuse, looting estates, Marcia Southwick, Marti Oakley, predatory guardians, theft of estatees, TS Radio
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March 2, 2014
Guardianship Abuse, radio
Doug Franks, elder abuse, Florida, Guardianship Abuse, human trafficking, Marti Oakley, TS Radio
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November 24, 2013
Corrupt courts, financial exploitation, Guardianship Abuse
corrupt probate courts, Dr. Sam Sugar, due process, elder abuse, financial exploitation, FL SB412, Florida, guardian abuse, Hipaa, looting estates, Marti Oakley, NASGA, patient rights, senior rights, theft of estates, TS Radio
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November 2, 2013
2nd amendment, Constitution
Ammoland.com, Dean Weingarten, Florida, Gun Watch, jury nullification, oath of office, Second Amendment right to bear arms, sheriff, uphold the Constitution
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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
Guardianship Abuse, radio
corrupt probate courts, elder abuse, elder financial exploitation, Florida, Guardianship Abuse, judicial corruption, Marti Oakley. Beverly Newman, predatory guardians
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December 16, 2012
financial exploitation, Guardianship Abuse, radio
elder abuse, elder financial exploitation, elder isolation, Florida, Florida state Attorney General, judicial malfeasance, looting estates, Marti Oakley, organized crime in elder abuse, probate courts, TS Radio
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December 15, 2012
financial exploitation, Guardianship Abuse
corrupt probate courts, elder abuse, elder financial exploitation, Florida, Florida attorney general, Guardianship Abuse, human trafficking, human trafficking for profit, Marti Oakley, NASGA, organized criminal activity, professional predators
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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.
Florida’s status as a hub for human trafficking has state officials pushing a “zero-tolerance” policy toward criminals who exploit others for profit.
“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
Guardianship Abuse, radio
Beverly Newman, California, corrupt probate courts, elder abuse, elder advocates, estate theft, Florida, Linda Kincaid, Marti Oakley, predatory guardians, property theft, TS Radio
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November 19, 2012
Guardianship Abuse, Uncategorized
APS, Beverly R. Newman Ed. D, Bradenton, CPS, elder abuse, Florida, heartless care of elderly wards, incapacitated children, Marie Freyre
Bradenton Herald Bradenton.com
Published: November 15, 2012
Letters To The Editor
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.