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Washington D.C.: Anita Bond’s Limitations of Guardianship Amendment Act of 2014

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“Bill 20-710 would amend Title 21 of the DC Official Code to protect the well-being of incapacitated individuals from unreasonable confinement or involuntary seclusion by a temporary, limited, and general guardian;”

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TS Radio with guest: Linda Kincaid

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Join us at 7:00 pm CST!

Call in# 917-388-4520

We will take calls the last half hour of the show. 

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Linda Kincaid, MPH is nationally recognized as an authority on civil rights of the elderly and disabled.  She has presented training at conferences across the country.  At the Aging in America conference in March, Linda will present a 90-minute workshop on Isolation: Elder Abuse in Long-term Care.

Tonight, Linda will discuss two cases of elder abuse by Public Guardians in California.  ABC7 in San Francisco recently covered the story of Reta Cook, who fled the Santa Clara County to escape conservatorship.  Although Reta was no longer in the county, the Public Guardian continued deplete her assets for services that were not provided.  Listeners are encouraged to view the segment and post their comments to the story.

Linda will introduce listeners to the Margarita Zelada conservatorship in Monterey County.  While visiting her daughter in Pacific Grove, Margarita was forcibly taken from the daughter’s home and placed in a facility where she is allowed no visitors.

Advocates pointed out that false imprisonment and forced isolation are violations of Margarita’s civil rights.  The Public Guardian retaliated by going to court to strip Margarita’s right to have contact with advocates.

The Public Guardian recently filed a motion that could permanently strip Margarita’s right to have any contact with her daughter.  The motion appears to be retaliation for continued media coverage of the civil rights violations.

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Alternatives to guardianship: what they won’t tell you

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Elder abuse in Florida: Theft via probate court

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Florida is a Zero-Tolerance State for Human Trafficking? Not really!

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new-logo25Marti Oakley               (c)copyright 2012 All Rights Reserved

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Florida zero-tolerance for human trafficking intentionally omits professionals who prey on the elderly for profit.

In tracking the rampant organized criminal activity across the country with regards to the abuse of elderly individuals [with assets] who are targeted by professional predators working within the probate system, Florida jumps to the forefront in the abuse, exploitation, and looting of personal assets of the info 2elderly. While Florida may have been at one time, the most desired state to retire to, it is now the preferred hunting grounds of professional predators who operate within and with the cooperation of the probate court system. This is human trafficking for profit.

From the Attorney General’s website:

“Contrary to some misconceptions, human trafficking crimes do not require any smuggling or movement of the victim,” says the Department of Justice on its website.

Florida’s status as a hub for human trafficking has state officials pushing a “zero-tolerance” policy toward criminals who exploit others for profit.

“It’s important to me because this is a crime against humanity, it’s truly modern-day slavery,” State Attorney General Pam Bondi said in an interview.

These should be comforting and reassuring words, and for the most part I presume that most find them so. Still, I wonder why Attorney General Bondi refuses to even acknowledge another form of human trafficking rampant not only in Florida, but across the nation. The trafficking of the elderly who committed what must be the new crime of, aging with assets. This is also a massive crime against humanity and which not one attorney general in the United States, including the US Attorney General, Eric Holder, will address.

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Human trafficking affects human beings of all ages under numerous guises. We are all familiar with the global sex trade involving men, woman, and children, both male and female, of all ages. Florida it seems is a hot bed of human trafficking and not all of it is for sexual exploitation. In the mix of perverts, pedophiles, sadists, rapists and torturers and willing traffickers is a little known group of active predators known as professional fiduciaries, attorneys and probate judges whose stock and trade is the trafficking of the elderly w/assets] with one objective: looting the estates of the elderly while violating the civil rights of the targeted individual and regardless of the emotional or physical cost to the victim. These known predators are at work in every state targeting individuals under the guise of “protection” and then availing themselves of the victims assets.

Florida is not an isolated incident of elder abuse for profit. The GAO reports that across the nation, predatory fiduciarys steal an estimated 2.6 billion annually from aging seniors, laying claim to estates and all the financial and personal assets of the now imprisoned and isolated victim. Adult Protective Services, a national collection of state agencies, is supposedly there to protect vulnerable adults from abuse, neglect, exploitation and other threats. Instead, it is predicated upon a quota system that is directly linked to their agency expenses. Federal and state funding is formulated based on the number of victims claimed as “clients” in every quarter. And each and every quarter the quota is increased.

If the real intentions of APS was to protect vulnerable adults or the elderly, the streets are full of homeless people of all ages who need help.  These agencies step over these individuals to get to those who have assets and who can be exploited for profit”. Quote: Linda Kincaid, Elder Advocate, California) More

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