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Political-Govt Violence Towards Elderly (Australia)

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Publically funded political-govt violence towards the elderly is lower than any nation
can go. Such violence includes physical violence, forced chemical drugging, starvation,
torture, mental & emotional violence, cutting off family members, premature death.
Hard core evidence enabling federal & state police to jail & de-register liberal, labor,
greens, & nationals politicians, senior govt, and corporate directors profiting, involved.
We want justice. ABS 2017 govt death data report published;
https://www.facebook.com/groups/austr… voterightsparty.com Mobile: 0400409771

 

TS Radio Network: Betrayed by Hospice # 17

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Join us live Wednesday September 11, 2019 at 7:00 pm CST!

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Florence’s Story -Shenanigans in the Montgomery County, PA, Courthouse

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Published on Apr 1, 2017

 

Are you safe from abuse if your paperwork is in order, i.e. a trust? Decide for yourself.
This video features Judge Lois Murphy, attorney Robert Slutsky, professional guardian
Louis Horvath and his company Intervention Associates.

TS Radio Network: Terri LaPoint of Real News Spark

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Join us Tuesday evening, September 3. 2019 at 7:00 pm CST!

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TS Radio Network: Coz & Marti ..The Predators Walk Among US!

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Join us Friday evening August 30. 2019 at 7:00 pm CST!

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“They’ve Killed Her” – Retired Alabama Schoolteacher Dies under State Guardianship

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“She’s gone.” The call came in Monday from Nancy Scott regarding her mother, Marian Leonard, who had been taken from her family and placed onto hospice care against her will. Nancy was in tears when she told me that her mother died on Saturday, August 24, but nobody bothered to notify her until Monday.

Marian Leonard died in a nursing home that she was forced into by a judge in early 2018. Last month, her court-appointed guardian Sidney Summey restricted her from having any visitors except a token hour and a half visit twice per month from her daughter – the woman that Mrs. Leonard had designated as her chosen power of attorney, not just once, but 3 different times over a 30 year period.

She died alone. No family or friends were permitted to be with her in her final weeks. The guardian had even taken her away from her roommate, whom Nancy viewed as her mother’s “guardian angel.”

Nancy, who has been fighting the court since custody of her mother was seized by the state, is devastated.

It’s like being in the middle of a horror story.

All her mother’s planning to ensure that she would live out her elderly years on her own terms vanished with the stroke of a judge’s pen, at the request of social workers from the Alabama Department of Human Resources (DHR) and St. Vincent’s Hospital. The simplest request, that her only daughter be with her at the end, was denied.

Nancy’s voice cracked as she cried:

I couldn’t save her. I tried so hard to get her out of there.

Marian Leonard was known to her former English students as “Mrs. Gregory.” Yearbook photo provided by family.

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Old Age Seen as Justification for Forcing Woman onto Hospice

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By Terri LaPoint

August 23, 2019

The admission sounded like something out of “Logan’s Run” or other dystopian sci-fi movie, not an explanation one would expect to hear from legal associates. Nancy Scott and others who joined her in a peaceful prayer vigil for her mother’s life on Tuesday, August 20, were stunned when representatives from the court-appointed guardian’s office explained that the reason that retired Alabama schoolteacher Marian Leonard was on hospice was because she was old.

According to Medicare.gov, hospice care is supposed to be for people who are certified by a hospice doctor and the patient’s regular doctor that they are terminally ill with a “life expectancy of 6 months or less.” Hospice care is palliative, or “comfort” care, rather than curative care, and it is supposed to be a choice that the patient makes, not a decision thrust upon them without their consent.

That is not what has happened with Marian Leonard. When the state seized guardianship of Mrs. Leonard in February 2018 at the request of St. Vincent’s Hospital and the Department of Human Resources (DHR), she was forced into a nursing home, Diversicare of Riverchase, and forced onto hospice care, against her will and that of her designated Power of Attorney, her daughter Nancy Scott. More

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