Danielle Rene Murphy: Victim in Ohio abused by APSI & DODD


NASGA  National  Association to Stop Guardian Abuse

Danielle Murphy is a mildly autistic disabled adult. She lived with her aunt, Nancy Vallone, in Arizona. Nancy provided the best of care and medical treatment for Danielle and even moved to Ohio so Danielle could receive treatment from a the Cleveland Clinic Medical Center in Cleveland, OH. Shortly after the move, the Ohio’s Advocacy and Protective Services Agency (APSI) took control of Danielle’s case. They placed Danielle in a group home where she has been physically and sexually abused. APSI denies Danielle the treatment that Nancy moved to Ohio to receive.

Worst of all, APSI isolates Danielle from receiving any visitors, including her Aunt Nancy.

Following is an open letter to all media and elected representatives in Danielle’s behalf:

To Whom It May Concern:

We are contacting you to shed light on what really occurs in the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD) and their subcontractor, Advocacy & Protective Services, Inc. (APSI). Unfortunately, this story does not yet have a happy ending because it involves a 24-year-old woman, Danielle Rene Murphy, who has autism and numerous health concerns. She is being held in isolation, segregated from family, friends, school, church, and proper medical care for 5 years. We are fearful because, as we raise questions, her care is not being improved. Unfortunately, the opposite is taking place. Rather than address the facts of her care, we are personally being defamed, and Danielle is being denied care and intimidated by her caretakers at APSI and representatives from the DODD. Danielle’s health is rapidly declining, and we cannot get resolution fast enough from the bureaucracy of government (there are two open investigations T#12-000983 and T#CU12-14778). This is not a theoretical case to debate, but the life of a young woman hangs in the balance. Her aunt, an RN, BSN, MSN, is asking to take Danielle home and properly care for her, but that request is being denied. More

TS Radio’s Ruthie Hendrycks: “Talk Show of the Year” award

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It is with great pleasure that we announce the “Talk Show of the Year” award given to Ruthie Hendrycks who hosts our own TS Radio show “The Ruthie Report”.  Ruthie received this award from Red State Radio that picks up her shows for airing on their channel.

Ruthie has been a diligent reporter on the sad state of affairs regarding the encouraged illegal immigration into the United States and the correlating rise in violent crime that has resulted.  Her reports also include the effects on the economy, the political aspects and the failure of the Federal government to secure the Southern border in defense of the United States.

Ruthie works continually with law enforcement on the border and fully supports our border patrol.  She has led several campaigns to free border patrol agents from prison who were sent there for doing their jobs.  She has exposed on numerous occasions the efforts of HSD, the Department of Justice, and others to construct fictional cases against our border patrol agents to appease the Mexican government.

Thank you to Red State Radio for recognizing Ruthie’s efforts and a big thank you to all of those listeners at Red State who voted for Ruthie.

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