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Minnesota Probate Watch

 

“It was once said that the moral test of government is how that government treats those who are in the dawn of life, the children; those who are in the twilight of life, the elderly; and those who are in the shadows of life, the sick, the needy and the handicapped.”

 

Hubert H. Humphery

 

 

 

Probate Watch is made up of group of people whose lives and loved ones have been impacted by probate court guardianships. We are looking for others to help lobby our legislatures and state organizations to drive change. We need help to show the need for additional legislation to protect our seniors, respect their rights and show how existing laws are being violated.

 

Please take our guardianship survey:

 

We are collecting data through an on-line survey to identify areas where there needs to be reform in the guardianship/conservatorship system. The survey is designed to collect statistics supporting the need for reforms and also provide details on how seniors and families have been affected. Your input is valuable to us and we encourage you to participate.

 

Survey: Guardianship and Conservatorship in Minnesota

 

Note: Our survey uses google form documents. Some company IT systems block access to these documents. If you have problems accessing the survey, please try using a different computer or smart phone.

 

 

Contact us: ProbateWatchMN@gmail.com

 

Additional Information:

 

For more information on the forms of guardianship abuse we recommend contacting the National Association to Stop Guardian Abuse (NASGA).

 

NASGA Website: stopguardianabuse.org

 

 

Rense & Marti Oakley – Guardianship – Theft, Looting And Murder

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It happens everyday in every state.  Elderly or disabled individuals are kidnapped under the guise of “guardianship” by predatory guardians who then begin bleeding off the estate.

Corrupt probate judges, attorney’s, social agency workers, nursing home operators, doctors and the ever present predatory guardian, all begin hammering away at the vicitms assets until nothing is left.  The family is restrained from visitation while hearsay charges  are levied against them by the predators.  No evidence required.

[Interview on Jeff Rense]

https://ppjg.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/rense_oakley_062911.mp3

“06-29-11 – HR3 – Marti Oakley – The Guardianship Nightmare” from http://www.rense.com by Jeff Rense. Released: 2011.

IF you think this can’t happen to you, think again.  Congress is well aware of this crime.  Your state agencies, police departments, state attorney’s general, the FBI, the DoJ …all are fully informed and yet refuse to do anything to stop this theft and looting while holding an elderly or disabled victim hostage.

There is money to be made by converting a human being to chattel property!

And if a victim escapes the prison of the nursing home?  A warrant is issued for “escaped human property”…….It could happen to you.

Is Guardianship Simply the “Legalization” of Slavery?

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Angela V. Woodhull, Ph.D. /licensed private investigator

© 2011 AV Woodhull

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“since the Thirteenth Amendment abolished slavery and slave codes, how is that guardianship codes that are identical to slave codes can possibly be legal? “

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The United States is a country that legalized slavery for more than 300 years through its United States Constitution, United States Supreme Court, and individual state slavery codes.    Any country that has legitimized an institution, such as slavery, will certainly have remnants of that philosophy in its present day thinking.

Enter United States Guardianship—a system of legally stripping a person of his or her civil rights without due process.  In fact, the similarities between the U.S. Slave Codes and the U.S. guardianship statutes are striking.

Slave Codes and Guardianship Codes

1.     Slaves were denied rights and coercion was used to maintain the slavery system (Noel, 1972).

“Wards” are denied rights and coercion is used to maintain the guardianship system.  For example, “wards” are frequently isolated from their family members and friends.

(See, for example, Order Setting Visitation Conditions in the case of The Guardianship of Louise A. Falvo 08-GA-0509, Seminole County, Florida)  No one except the guardian was permitted to visit Louise A. Falvo unless the guardian was present and watching and being paid for being present and watching.  

2.A slave could not legally buy or sell anything.

A “ward” cannot legally buy or sell anything.  

3.  A slave could not marry

A “ward” cannot marry. More

The Probate Murders: Part Three “The War on the Disabled”

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Janet Phelan (c)copyright 2010-2011 All Rights Reserved

Website: JanetPhelan.com

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Nancy Golin took a walk. It was a chilly November evening in 2001, and she walked all night. A lovely breeze had come up, and the moon hung low in the sky. When she returned the next morning, her life had changed.

Unbeknownst to her, these were her last hours of freedom.

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The Probate Murders: Part Two Melodie Scott and the State of California–In the Business of Death?

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Janet Phelan (c)copyright 2010-2011 All Rights Reserved

WEBSITE: JanetPhelan.com

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“Oceania is not at war with East or Eurasia.
Oceania is at war with you.”—George Orwell, “1984”

“THIS CAN’T HAPPEN HERE”

On a quiet tree-lined street in Redlands, California, in a low, architecturally unremarkable beige building, the war has come home. Nestled behind the Redlands Police Department, the Redlands Superior Courthouse is housing a systematic and covert assault on the lives and life-savings of San Bernardino County’s elderly and disabled.
A smiling, bespectacled security officer, sporting a platinum blonde ponytail, runs the visitors through a metal detector as they enter. One walks into a lobby area, with two courtrooms off to the side: Department E1 and Department E2. Only traffic and probate are now heard in the Redlands Court. At the far end are the filing windows, where smiling and attentive clerks will retrieve files and accept court filings. In the California Superior Court system, one must pay a filing fee in order to enable the court to dismantle one’s life and estate. More

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