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ADVOCATES PETITION FOR U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AND SENATE SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON AGING TO INVESTIGATE PREDATORY GUARDIANSHIP INDUSTRY

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For additional information, contact Teresa Kennedy at 212-901-6913 or email elderdignity@hotmail.com.
Calls for more aggressive prosecution and the acceleration of federal reform
March 3, 2021 – Flagler County, FL – The number one Netflix movie this past week was I Care a Lot and its star Rosamund Pike just won a Golden Globe. The fictional film exposes exploitative aspects of the guardianship industry which may give you chills, but the real-life case of Dr. Lillie Sykes White is worse. Her family and other advocates have launched a petition for the U.S. Department of Justice and Senate Special Committee on Aging to investigate this predatory industry, aggressively prosecute and accelerate reform at the federal level. The petition and a video statement by Dr. White’s sister and only living sibling, Janie Sykes-Kennedy, as well as Dr. White herself, can be viewed at: https://www.change.org/StopPredatoryGuardianships
“I grew up under Jim Crow laws and the unjustness in this guardianship system reminds me of that,” said 85-year-old Sykes-Kennedy. “Families don’t stand a chance when the court itself is facilitating the exploitation and appeals are based on false statements in court records,” she added.
After spending eight years in a fraudulent guardianship in Florida and over four years isolated from loved ones, former Montgomery County Maryland school supervisor Dr. White died alone on December 30, 2020 of COVID-19. Her abduction and forced isolation by the court-appointed guardian and attorney ad litem silenced her voice, facilitated constructive fraud and put her in harm’s way. No official helped despite substantiated violations of Florida statutes by court agents.
“I’d like to go to the judge and talk with the judge and let him know my circumstances, and I can do it better than anybody else,” Dr. White said one month before she was abducted. “Nobody else can do it like I can do it because you see I’m a victim of it,” she added.

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A MEDICARE FRAUD STORY (ONE DOCTOR’S FIGHT FOR YOUR LIFE)‏

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new-logo25By Douglas K. Kinan

                Updated to include documents.
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“For decades we have listened to FBI and DOJ pronouncements such as, “If you see something, say something,” “no one is above the law,” “equal justice under the law”, all Americans are entitled to “due process” and the all elusive “rule of law” claim, which oftentimes is manipulated by administrative and legal jujitsu.”___________________

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PAIKOS MOTION TO DISMISS – MEMORANDUM

the FRAUDULENT Termination Letter from CHA Nov11

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America is now at a stage where public corruption has reached pandemic proportions and, in my view, is the new normal in the court system and in America.

However, the general category of “public corruption” is too kind and discounts the fact that it’s really about the people who are corrupt, for motives that are truly bizarre. The collective propensity to knowingly break the law, abuse their power to harm innocent people, make a few bucks and/or ingratiate themselves with like-minded individuals is remarkable. Bad acts and law breaking can be covered up for a while, but they don’t go away.

Most Americans believe the court system is supposed to be the last line of defense to “serve and protect” the people. Most people also believe that they have a right to report crime with the expectation that an objective investigation will occur. However, when the court system is used to complete crime and cover up fraud, waste and abuse, it’s a sure sign that things are backward. Media silence only makes it worse.

Witness the case of Dr. Bharani Padmanabhan (“Dr. Bharani”).

Dr. Bharani was a Staff Neurologist at the Cambridge Health Alliance (“CHA”) from July 2007 to November 2010.

Without any hint of embellishment, Dr. Bharani’s humanitarianism with regard to his patients and with risk to his own self-interest, exposed patient neglect and Medicare fraud within the hospital in which he worked.

Dr. Bharani is one (1) of less than fifty (50) Neurologists in the world with 2 fellowships and a PhD in Multiple Sclerosis (“MS”). His patients will tell you that his credentials, ability, integrity and character are impeccable.

Dr. Bharani single-handedly cared for 750 MS patients who are extremely pleased with his care. Despite all of what Dr. Bharani has continued to endure, he still maintains a case load of 50 patients and sees them for free because, he said, “they are my responsibility.” MS patients cannot afford to pay him out of pocket. Dr. Bharani’s medical posture is clear: “Poor patients are welcome.”

On November 11, 2010, at approximately 3:30 pm, Dr. Bharani was paid a surprise visit by the Chief Administrative Officer, the Neurology Division Chief and a hospital Security Guard and escorted out of the hospital. This surprise visit only allowed Dr. Bharani to take with him a reflex hammer that his father gave him when he was 17. More

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