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Remember the documentary Edith & Eddie?  Edith’s daughter will be our guest this evening to talk about how this all ended. Rebecca Wright will be talking about the documentary and how it exposed this corrupt system of guardianship. Produced by Laura Checkoway, the documentary revealed the devastating effects of the system of guardianship.  Treated like property, no regard is given to the crushing pain and devastation that results from tearing people away from those they love and who love them.

When they took Edith away, they promised Eddie she would be back in two weeks.  Separated from his precious Edith, Eddie collapsed when he realized she would not be coming home as promised. Please tune in to hear how this all ended, and what happened to Edith after Eddie’s death.

Directed, produced and edited by Laura Checkoway Produced by Thomas Lee Wright Co-producers Karina Rotenstein and P. Corwin Lamm Executive Producers: Steve James, Gordon Quinn, Betsy Steinberg, and Cher A production of Kartemquin Films and Heart is Red http://www.editheddie.com

Guardianship Commission to ask for criminal investigations

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National Association to Stop Guardian Abuse

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Guardianship Commission to ask for criminal investigations

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Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) – Amid tears and calls for , the Nevada Supreme Court Guardianship Commission took substantial action today.

Chief investigator Darcy Spears was there to see the unprecedented steps in fixing a broken system.

When it comes to your civil rights, being put under guardianship is worse than being sent to prison.  Those words from a judge who sits on the commission.

Plus, the state Supreme Court’s chief justice called some of what’s been going on in our guardianship system just plain crazy.

One of those crazy things is how people can be deemed incompetent by a physician’s assistant.  The same physician’s assistant whose name appears on case after case handled by private guardian April Parks.

“Later my aunt was examined by a neurologist who determined she was competent,” Brenda Ralphs told the commission, through tears.  “My aunt was victimized based on a defective document and incorrect diagnosis by an unqualified person!” More

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