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TS Radio Network: #2 on What are “Courts of Record”..What courts are NOT!

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Join us this evening September 25, 2018 at 7:00 pm CST!

 

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Hosted by Marti Oakley with Brian Kinter and special guest David Jose

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Please join me with Brian Kinter of Judicial Accountability Movement, and David Jose who is one of the foremost experts on the system used to illegally steal children from their parents for profit.  This show is  important to all families out there who have been targeted by the human trafficking of children, the disabled and the elderly through these abusive and unconstitutional contract courts.   You would know then better as tribunals.  No crime, no wrongdoing, NO JURISDICTION! But lots of federal and state funding to make it a very lucrative business.

Judicial Accountability Movement

https://www.facebook.com/CoachDavidJose

Child Protective Services and the abuse of these so-called courts will be front and center.  Listen in as David explains what kind of “court” you are actually being subjected to.  As he will explain …it is NOT a court of record.  Neither is probate!  This will explain why they do not adhere to due process, rules of evidence or codes of civil procedure as they would be forced to in a court of LAW.

David will be discussing the use of Title 42 USC statutes used to deploy this system and other resources specifically created to facilitate this system of trafficking on all levels.

Please be sure to tune in and have paper and pen handy to take notes.  The show will be available in Archive also and can be downloaded as an MP3

 

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TS Radio Network: California Update with Linda Kincaid of CEDAR, Legislation, Research, and Media Coverage of Elder Abuse

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Join us this evening September 24, 2018 at 7:00 pm CST!

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California Update with Linda Kincaid of CEDAR:

Legislation, Research, and Media Coverage of Elder Abuse

It was an eventful week in California. Our guest is Linda Kincaid of the Coalition for Elder & Disability Rights (CEDAR). Linda will bring us up to date on:

1. Groundbreaking legislation in California,

2. Research from UCLA School of Law, and

3. Media coverage of predatory conservatorship (guardianship) in California.

Part 1: California Senate Bill 1191 Mandates Improved Law Enforcement Policies

On September 18, Governor Brown signed Senate Bill 1911. For the first time in any state, law enforcement elder abuse policies will be required to inform officers that elder abuse is a crime, not a civil matter. Senator Hueso’s fact sheet on SB 1191 explained:

Senate Bill 1191 mandates that all law enforcement jurisdictions in the State of California have policies and training manuals that contain and include reference to existing elder and dependent adult abuse laws. This would allow officers to properly identify instances of elder and dependent adult abuse crimes. This issue arises as a result of the frequent outsourcing of the task of writing officer training manuals to private organizations such as Lexipol, who are contracted by law enforcement to draft training policies and manuals. (Emphasis added)

Here is the full text of SB 1191. https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billTextClient.xhtml?bill_id=201720180SB1191

Part 2: Lexipol The Privatization of Police Policymaking UCLA School of Law – Article by Ingrid V. Eagly and Joanna C. Schwartz

UCLA School of Law found that Lexipol law enforcement policies focus on protecting police departments from law suits, rather than instructing officers to protect the public. The authors stated:

In California, where Lexipol was founded, as many as 95% of law enforcement agencies now rely on Lexipol’s policy manual. … However, reliance on this private entity to establish standards for public policing also raises several concerns arising from its for-profit business model, focus on liability risk management, and lack of transparency or democratic participation. (Emphasis added)

Here is the full text of the article. https://texaslawreview.org/lexipol/

Part 3: Money-draining probate system ‘like a plague on our senior citizens’

Orange County Register – Special report by Tony Saavedra

Elinor Frerichs has been imprisoned and isolated in a locked dementia facility since 2012. What was Elinor’s crime? A wealthy white woman married a Black man. Linda Kincaid has followed the case since 2014. Kincaid shared her records with investigative reporter Tony Saavedra at the Orange County Register. Saavedra reported:

Love landed Elinor Frerichs in a secured facility for people with dementia.

Twelve days after the death of her husband, 95-year-old Frerichs married a friend 26 years her junior, a man who watched the same TV shows and made her feel “happier than ever.” But shortly after saying “I do,” Frerichs was placed under a court conservatorship at the recommendation of a psychologist and Adult Protective Services. She was hospitalized and her marriage was annulled, partly to shield her estate, estimated at $1 million.

Despite concerns over her mental capacity, Frerichs appeared lucid in a transcript of a rare visit with friends, vowing, “I’m not going to sit there and rot and die in that damn room.”

Read the full story here. https://www.ocregister.com/2018/09/23/money-draining-probate-system-like-a-plague-on-our-senior-citizens/

BIG TECH AND THE LAST STRAW: Plastic Drinking Straws in California Are Getting The Boot

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Chuck Frank

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     So Governor Brown has now appointed himself as the “straw-boss”, by signing a piece of legislation that bans plastic straws because of environmental concerns.  I would have hoped that he would have chosen an unbiased investigative journalist or a commission to clean up the corruption in the California State Legislature, in order that news worthy stories and findings would be printed in the S.F. Chronicle, the Sacramento Bee and the LA Times, “unedited.”

  So while the politicos are so wildly concerned about plastic straws, the deep state noose of tyranny tightens its grip, while the swamp deepens in the great late state of California.  So in the meantime, “favored” attorneys dwell on an endless host of details helping legislators concoct a thousand more unconstitutional laws, all the while, the new present day muckrakers of America that are left exposing it, become censored by Big Tech.  Hopefully, other ways to share the truth will be found, even if stories must be written on scrolls and placed in jars of clay and then hidden in caves to be found many years later by a shepherd boy.  And at that time when the archaeologists make their great discovery, will these scrolls be referred to as the “Deep State Sea Scrolls?”  

   The muckrakers’ of days gone by, and their best work provided hard-hitting, factual revelations of wrongdoing in the nation’s most powerful institutions. What distinguished the muckrakers from previous reform-minded writers was their emphasis on concrete details.  In those days of the late 1800’s and the early 1900’s, these journalists and writers were a welcome site to the populous when one considers the revelations of corruptions have gone unreported by the mainstream news.

   Hopefully, it appears that the Deep State is in a free fall because it is running out of ways to hide all of the corruption and the protection racket that accompanied their agenda for the last 40 some years, MSM included.  May the truth be known and may justice be served for the sake of the people who have struggled because of all the injustices that were laid upon them which was comprised of unbridled power, fake news, the love of money,  and numerous back room deals which enriched those persons who were all involved.

What The… I’m Verklempt!

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The Abduction of Anastasia Adams

Seriously? Inova sent my sister a survey asking if her “experience with our doctors, nurses and caregivers was a positive one?”

Putting aside the fact that she was killed by their contracted guardians, it is beyond astounding that they would have the audacity to ask if she/we thought their abducting her and keeping her from her family would be a positive one in anyone’s book in any way shape or form.

I’m just verklempt.

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491,000 Children Paralyzed Over 17 Years, Indian Polio Vaccine Program Study Suggests

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The WHO declared India “polio free” in May 2014, so why are close to half a million young Indians experiencing polio-like paralysis?

A new study titled Correlation between Non-Polio Acute Flaccid Paralysis Rates with Pulse Polio Frequency in India has recently been published in the Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. Using data obtained from the National Polio Surveillance Programme (NPSP) as reported by the Government of India, the findings corroborate well over a decade of research showing a strong link between rates of non-polio acute flaccid paralysis (NPAFP) and India’s oral polio vaccine (OPV) campaign. The incidence of polio acute flaccid paralysis (AFP) in India has decreased. However, the NPAFP rate has increased since 2000.

In 2005 there was a sharp increase, more than doubling, in India’s national NPAFP rate which coincided with the introduction of a high-potency monovalent vaccine. The new vaccine contained five times the number of Type 1 viruses compared to the previously used one. Pulse polio immunization refers to periodically vaccinating all children under the age of five years against the polio virus. The study’s authors previously showed in 2012 that the subsequent ‘pulses’ sharply increased the rate of NPAFP when more than six rounds of pulse polio are used in the year.

In the recent study, NPAFP rates in Indian states from 2000 to 2017 were examined and again found a high correlation between the number of pulse polio rounds conducted and the NPAFP rate in the state. The researchers state:

“For each round of pulse polio there was an increase of 1.4 cases of NPAFP per under-15 population of 100,000. The highest NPAFP rates were seen in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, where there was an increase of 2.7 cases of NPAFP per under-15 population of 100,000 for each round of pulse polio.”

India has been considered ‘polio-free’ for over 6 years. In the absence of wild polio transmission, it was expected that the AFP rate would reduce to around 2/100,000 however that has not happened. The exaggerated NPAFP rates of anywhere between 6.43/100,000 to 35/100,000 found in the new study fall well above the expected rate of 2/100,000.

A total of 640,000 children developed NPAFP in the years 2000–2017, suggesting that there were an additional 491,000 paralyzed children above expected numbers for children with NPAFP according to the new study. The authors state:  “…our findings suggest that the increase in NPAFP (and the later decrease in such cases) was indeed an adverse effect of the pulse polio immunization programme.”

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