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TS Radio Network: Australia’s Public Guardians–A license to steal

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Join us this evening May 20, 2019 at 7:00 pm CST!

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Its a global plan to disinherit future generations:  Guardianship and the theft of estates.

Join us this evening as more victims of the Australian State of South Australia’s Attorney General’s Department Public Trustee and ‘sister’ Tribunal Offices speak out.  And it is this system of “public guardian/trustee” that is being quietly implemented here in the states.  And of course, everyone involved in this theft and abuse of the elderly, will have total immunity from liability or prosecution.

From Australia:

‘Why is it acceptable for SA Public Trustee to lie to a Parliamentary Committee and for Parliament to knowingly promote those lies on its website?’

‘Why is transparency and accountability not being practiced by the (SA Statutory Authorities Review Committee) SARC?’

Ten years after the last SA Statutory Authorities Review Committee review of the Public Trustee Office when an earlier Member of Parliament and Committee Member raised: ‘In addition clients and the families tell stories of delays, belligerence, financial mismanagement and being excluded from the lives of their loved ones who have come under the “protection” of the Public Trustee.’ Parliament raised complaints of SA Public Trustee ‘poor administration of people’s finances and possible abuse of public office and authority’. Experiences confirm little to nothing of significance has changed in 10 years other than the latest so claimed inquiry was a sham that chose to protect its Public Trustee cash cow and facilitate public deception.

Any of this sound familiar America??

 

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TS Radio Network: Australian & American Guardianship Systems Comparison

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Its a global plan to disinherit future generations:  Guardianship and the theft of estates.

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TS Radio Network: Unfit to serve as guardian? Pennsylvania will hire you!

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Arizona Supreme Court Denies Review of ACC “Smart” Meter Decision Information & Perspective

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by Warren Woodward
Sedona, Arizona ~ April 27, 2019
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          Yesterday I received notice that the Arizona Supreme Court denied my Petition for Review of the Arizona Corporation Commission’s (ACC) “smart” meter decision made in the last APS rate case. Among other things, that “smart” meter decision allows APS to charge customers who refuse “smart” meters an extortion fee, and it completely disallows solar and commercial customers to refuse a “smart” meter when in the past they always could.

         My Petition for Review also challenged the inherent discrimination of two other aspects of the APS rate case. One was the so-called “90-day trial period” whereby new APS customers cannot take the regular R-Basic rate for 90 days but instead have to be on a Demand or Time Of Use rate. Another was the so-called “grandfathering” of APS’s R-Basic Large rate, which is no longer available to customers even though some customers are still on it.

         Regarding the 90-day trial period, the Court of Appeals (from which I was appealing to the AZ Supremes) was so dumb that the Court of Appeals actually ruled the 90-day trial was not discriminatory because new customers could choose from among all the available plans. Except they can’t! If new customers could chose from all the rate plans then there wouldn’t be a 90-day trial period. That’s the kind of sheer idiocy the Arizona Supreme Court has endorsed by letting the Court of Appeals’ decision stand.

         Numerous lawyers who specialize in utility law had told me the 90-day period was blatant discrimination, so my argument was not that of some ignorant layman. But I was not surprised the AZ Supremes blew me off. They are an extremely lazy lot who only hear 3.5% of the civil cases brought before them. Long time readers may recall when they blew off my case against ACC commissioner Bob Burns. While a commissioner, Burns was a registered lobbyist for companies regulated by ACC. That’s completely illegal (and I had caught Burns and his pals telling about 5 different stories in their lame attempt to create an excuse). But the AZ Supremes didn’t care that Burns broke the law. They refused to hear my case then too.

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“YOU HAVE NO MORE AUTHORITY THAN A HORSE’S ASS”….said the guardian with a chuckle.

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Finally! News you can use for seniors!

From the Silver Standard’s Elder Abuse Reform Project

By Marcia Southwick

In most states, if you are deemed incapacitated by a court, it will hand your rights over to a professional or family guardian who then will make all decisions for you.  Given that state courts are backlogged, and judges are faced with stacks of papers, it’s no wonder that a tendency to treat every case with uniformity has developed.   Unfortunately, one size does not fit all, and many elders and persons with disabilities are not being treated as individuals with dignity but rather as second-class citizens without equal protection under the law—as a non-person.  The descriptions of how removal of rights has caused suffering are heartbreaking.

Now that someone (often a complete stranger) has been appointed Dictator over your life and assets, and now that this Dictator has almost no supervision and little accountability for how your assets are spent, how are you feeling about it?  Not too great.   How is the guardian feeling?  Power drunk.

Even though guardians can control every aspect of people’s lives, they aren’t monitored by outsiders.  They pay themselves out of your estate in addition to having the right to claim that anything they do is in your “best interest.”  If that means selling your house and throwing you into a lock-down unit, so be it. If your spouse of 50 years fights for your freedom, they will simply, on your behalf and “in your best interests”, get you a divorce from that pesky spouse.  If your family doesn’t like it and wages a court battle, the guardian can use YOUR money to hire a lawyer to battle back, quickly exhausting your estate. And, what are your families chances of winning if you are in one of the many jurisdictions where the judge, the guardian, who was very possibly appointed by the judge, and the guardian’s lawyer are old pals?

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