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The Abduction of Anastasia Adams: My last visit with Anastasia

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by FrugèGirls

This was sent to members of the Virginia legislature during the 2018 General Assembly. Their response (not all), or lack there of, shows how morally bankrupt Virginia government has truly become. Nothing has changed since.

“I am broken by the events over the last year culminating in the horrific death of my precious sister Anastasia.   My faith has been shaken to its core and faith in my fellow man no longer exists. I know we are told, or it is said, we should not question God but I awake each morning and go to sleep each night with the questions “God why did you let them kill Anna? Why did you allow them to isolate her and make her die alone?”  Every day and throughout the day I ask “why”? As I awake with these questions and the pain and sorrow that instantaneously come with the opening of my eyes, with the realization that my beloved sister Anastasia is no longer on this earth, my body is tense and ridged – sometimes to the point of shivering. I want to hide under the covers and not emerge. I know I cannot so each day begins with a heavy and weeping heart that remains with me until my body takes over and sleeps again however briefly.

I see the ever-present image of my sister Anastasia and what they did to her, how they tortured and tormented her. I see how her body collapsed into itself when they took away her food source and water. I see how her eyes void of moisture dulled and her eyelids stuck frozen mid-blink so the lower third of her left eye was exposed in a dull perpetual stare; and how the eyeball itself showed no moisture, dry like a dehydrated sunny side up egg – the yolk her pupil. I see my sister Anastasia trying to see me, her right eye frozen shut, her hands – so dehydrated – literally skin and bone, her body emaciated not even able to hold up her head.

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Guardians from Hell: Part 2 Update into Investigation of systemic guardianship abuse in Northern Michigan

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Gretchen Rachel Hammond
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“June 27 was petition day at the Oakland County Court. As soon as people saw my press badge, I was approached by at least 15-20 different families all begging me to write about their case. It was as if I had carried a loaf of bread into a village of starving people. Midway through the morning, I was escorted out of the building by at least a half-dozen sheriff’s deputies who were acting on orders of the courts judicial attorney Ryan Deel’s claims that I had not been given permission by the clerk of the court to be there.”
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After the above article was published detailing elder abuse by professional guardians in Northern Michigan, I visited the Oakland County Probate Court to watch a June 27 hearing on a petition for visitation brought by Mimi Brun who has not seen her mother Virginia Wahab for the two-years since Mimi’s power of attorney was tossed out Wahab had been assigned a professional guardian Jon Munger.What is happening in Oakland County is systemic and in literally hundreds of pages of documents I have already collected, I am seeing the same pattern in multiple cases involving at least six professional attorney/guardians there and three out of the four judges.

The guardians are alerted to a new admission by a nursing home with whom they have a downstream relationship. The nursing home then files a petition for guardianship which is granted by an Oakland County judge regardless of an existing power of attorney or whether or not the senior or his/her/their family is represented by counsel. The guardian then immediately halts visitation by the family members. In complete control of his ward’s medical and financial life, he proceeds to strip the estate, sell the house at far below market cost and bill the ward thousands. Within months, the ward has been declared both incapacitated and destitute. The guardian then applies for Medicaid benefits on behalf of the nursing home. Both the guardian and the nursing home make a tremendous profit while the ward is left to rot, often in a substandard facility.

In the Wahab case, detailed in the article, the reason that Munger had been assigned was stated as a past due-bill owed Lourdes and a need for the organization to apply for Medicaid benefits for Wahab. There is no Michigan statute that allows for a petition to be made or a guardian to be assigned because a nursing facility is owed money. 

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