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TS Radio Network: Australia Talks Back 8/19

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Coalition of Organizations for Reform and Ethics

Join us this evening August 19, 2019 at 7:00 pm CST

This show airs at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday morning in Australia.

5:00 pm PST…6:00 pm MST…7:00 pm CST…8:00 pm EST

Listen Live HERE!

Call in number 917-388-4520

Hit #1 immediately when Blogtalk answers to speak to the host.

Hosted by Marti Oakley

All shows are archived and available 24/7 so you can listen at your convenience.

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The Australians are back!  The last few weeks have seen major activity behind the scenes.  The first Australian Summit on trustee (guardianship) abuse and estate theft was held.  Approximately 100 victims attended and spoke.  With media, the shadow Attorney General Mr David Jantezkin in attendance, the 3 hour planned summit was extended to 5 hours to allow everyone to speak.

Highlighted at the Summit were the:

  • Physical & Psychological Isolation- Usually very quick
  • Bed side hearings
  • Victims drugged and moved without notice
  • Notice they do this when the victim is close to family and loved ones
  • Order placed to control visitations

In the midst of all this,  the Australian government tries to cover its tracks and close all the loopholes in what is an expanding police state.  Everything is being privatized including titles on property.  Even the banking royal commissioner is upset over the growing distrust of the government.  The efforts currently appear centered on property and financial interests.

We will also have several family members of victims calling in.

Australian Association to Stop Guardianship & Admin Abuse (AASGAA)

 

 

“Its Mr. Hanson’s Fault.” – Attorney for Jared Shafer

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  Plaintiff Jason Hanson and attorney Jacob Hafter in court, Oct. 31, 2017 (Photo by Steve Miller)
LAS VEGAS – For the second time in two weeks, attorneys for ddefendants in a Breach of Fiduciary Duty lawsuit brought by 28 year old cerebral palsy victim Jason Hanson, tried to convince the court that Hanson was in full control of guardianship hearings in 2007, therefore he is time barred from suing their clients.
Steven J. Parsons, attorney for embattled private guardian Jared Shafer, tried to convince Clark County District Judge Tierra Jones that Hanson, in 2007, upon reaching his 18th birthday, took charge of Guardianship Commissioner Jon Norheim’s court, and from that point forward controlled his own destiny, a destiny that allegedly cost Hanson his entire inheritance at the hands of court appointed guardians, trustees, and attorneys that Hanson believes bled over a quarter of a million dollars of his inheritance in unnecessary fees and costs.
Based on today’s testimony, it appears that the defendant’s main defense is that the statute of limitations ran out in 2009, and Hanson himself shirked his responsibility to personally file lawsuits against his court appointed caretakers in a timely manner.
However, had Hanson been aware of the draining of his estate, and was able to afford to hire an attorney after reaching the age of maturity in 2007, he would have had to sue his court appointed guardians, trustees, and attorneys whom he relied upon for his well being under an unneeded guardianship that lasted until 2015.

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