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Massachusetts Bill H3027….Objective? To cloak financial exploitation of the elderly

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Marti Oakley

Comment:  If ever there was a valid reason for disbarring the BAR, making it unlawful for individuals in this closed union to assemble or to attempt to influence laws affecting the public, Massachusetts H 3027 surely has to be one of those reasons. MJO

 

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Note to Mr. Harshbarger: What exactly is “ordinary negligence?”

The first thing we need to clarify is that probate tribunals (and these are tribunals) operate only under a intentionally constructed system of statutes, rules and regulations that exist only to avoid the common law and access to courts of law. You cannot use the Constitutions, neither state or federal to defend yourself from the predatory activities of these tribunals and the predators who access them for the specific purpose of exploitation and self-enrichment. You have no rights in these tribunals. You have no protections.

Gloucester Times

Harshbarger on Monday asked the Judiciary Committee to throw its support behind a bill that would establish a state office of adult guardianship as a public-private partnership that would handle the appointment of guardians for adults who cannot make their own legal decisions and lack family, friends or access to volunteers who could step into the role.”

At issue is the bill H 3027 currently in the Massachusetts Judiciary Committee. What is clearly a bill meant to legitimize and provide immunity for the predators in the guardianship-for-profit system, the former AG of Massachusetts, Mr. Harshbarger, now newly installed with the Boston lawfirm of Casner & Edwards, is hawking this bill which has no other purpose than to provide protection to the predators.

The first question we all need to ask is:

Who comprises the private part of this so-called “public/private partnership” (ppp)? And why would they be willing to fund a public agency that will supposedly only cost the state about $400 thousand a year to operate?

Sounds tantalizing doesn’t it?! Doesn’t it just give you the warm fuzzies to think there are actually individuals out there who are so altruistic, so philanthropic, that they would fund a public agency dedicated to protecting vulnerable people while saving the state a bucket of money at the same time!! Does it get any better than this? Apparently it does if you are part of the system!

Not so fast.

From Section 3 (c) in the bill: More

TS Radio: Out of the Closet: Sharmian Worely & The Guardianship of her Mother

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TS Radio: Involuntary Guardianships and the Human Trafficking of America’s Elderly with Rick Black

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Rick Black joins us from Nevada to talk about the abuse of “wards of the state” across the country.  Targeted for exploitation by professional predators operating through probate tribunals, the trafficking of the elderly “with assets” is non-stop.  Millions upon millions of dollars and property is stolen from victims of the probate system, all of it enabled and facilitated not only by the administrative executives we laughingly call “judges”, but by state agencies and others who should intervene, but don’t.

No one who is said to be incapacitated and needing a guardian should be subject to being stripped of all their natural rights and liberties as guaranteed in the Constitution, yet this is exactly what happens across the country every day.

Join us as we discuss several aspects of this corrupt system of human trafficking for profit.

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