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Aging Family Services threatens daughter for exposing elder abuse of war hero

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“Ginny complained to Theriault over and over. She emphasized that Seroquel is not approved for use in elderly patients, and Hugh was having severe adverse reactions. Theriault ignored Ginny’s complaints, just as she ignored Hugh’s welfare and his wishes.”
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The National Association to Stop Guardian Abuse posted a memorial for war hero,

Hugh Johnson. NASGA honored Johnson’s service in World War II and recounted the horrors of being a German prisoner of war. The memorial also recounted the greater horrors of Johnson’s last months in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Horrors of war and POW camps did not prepare Hugh for the horrors of guardianship in Wake County, North Carolina. A healthy active man who still enjoyed golf at 95, Hugh deteriorated rapidly under Guardian Cheryl Theriault of Raleigh based Aging Family Services.

Aging Family Services’ cautions “the last thing you want is for them to end up in a nursing home.” Family never imagined the nightmare Theriault’s guardianship would bring.

Theriault immediately removed Hugh from his upscale home, isolated him from family, and chemically restrained him with the anti-psychotic drug Seroquel. Five months after being taken from home, Hugh was frail, bedridden, and incontinent. His legs and feet were covered with sores that would not heal.

Denied the personal care of a loving daughter, Hugh languished at The Covington. The facility advertises “truly affordable assisted living.” Our Parents website gives The Covington 2 out of 5 stars. Daughter Ginny Johnson called it, “NASTY. NASTY.”

Comparing The Covington to his time as a POW, Hugh said, “My German captors kept me better.” Meals were missed. Rooms were filthy. Hugh suffered 28 falls, a broken rib, and his partial plate was lost.

Theriault responded by moving Hugh to Blue Ridge Nursing Home. That facility lost its eligibility for federal funding and was assessed a $4,550-a-day civil penalty for 6-weeks in spring 2012.

Geriatric Care Manager Heather Joyner of Aging Family Services so neglected Hugh that she was removed from his case. Geriatric Adult Guardianship Social Worker Karen Johnson replaced Joyner. Ginny described both Joyner and Johnson as “so, so, so HATEFUL.” More

The Ruthie Report: with James Johnson from NCFIRE

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Nevada SB 412 to make felons out of natural health practitioners

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 “This bill, just as in  North Carolina and other states is the implementation of Codex Alimentarius guidelines criminalizing anything other than Codex approved healthcare.  And if the Codex committees hate anything more than natural health therapies, vitamins and supplements, we don’t know what it would be.  We do know they just love the Republican’s right now.”

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Here’s another piece of the steamroller being perpetrated by those God-fearing, bible quoting, God is moving on my heart, Republican’s.   Another state under siege by Republican legislators as they do their part in the nationwide assault on natural healthcare practices and implement a backdoor Codex Alimentarius. 

“Dirty Harry” Reid(D) did his part by passing the fake food safety bill with one “unanimous” vote,  on the Federal level, accomplished with every Democrat and Republican Senator other than himself voluntarily exiting the Senate chamber before the vote.   That bill included the query of “How and whether to implement Codex Alimentarius”. 

Well, now we know how they will do it.

Not quite successful in handing our right to choose the healthcare of our choice over to international interests including Codex Alimentarius, “Dirty Harry” is now stepping aside in this assault on our rights and handing the next assault over to Republican’s who are happily complying.   (And you thought there were two political party’s!)

In virtually every state simultaneously, are bills criminalizing anything but state sanctioned and approved healthcare choices, brought to you by the Republican party with a few stray Democrats thrown in.  (Have to make it appear “bi-partisan, you know)

Of course, this bill in Nevada is a mirror of the bills in other states and requires “registering, licensing and FEES”.  These are not only revenue raisers, but this one establishes a committee to oversee the practitioners of natural therapies, manned by …you guessed it…. a Board of Complementary and Integrative Medicines; the same people who will hand you prescriptions for toxic medications that can kill you.  The same people who perform needless surgeries or just plain mess up thousands of them and who are held blameless for their missteps. 

 This bill, just as in  North Carolina and other states is the establishment of Codex Alimentarius guidelines criminalizing anything other than Codex approved healthcare.  And if the Codex committees hate anything more than natural health therapies, vitamins and supplements, we don’t know what it would be.  We do know they just love the Republican’s right now.

The bill does one other very important thing; it controls who can access the healthcare market, very successfully ending competition for anyone other than big medical campaign donors…like the AMA and local doctors who resent the competition.  More

North Carolina not the only state trying to criminalize alternative health services

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Turns out all our suspicions were correct.  The bill was intended as a broad catch-all that would by agency regulation be implemented to criminalize anything but state approved, registered, licensed and fee paid, health activity. 

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A closer look at the attempt by North Carolina legislators to criminalize anything other than state sponsored health care is quite revealing.  Below is the bill text, sort of, with some observations about the language, or lack thereof, defining what this bill is actually intended to do. 

What is apparent is that it is the first step in implementing various aspects of Codex Alimentarius which excludes any health practice not listed in the Codex.  Codex specifically targets and intends to end the use of alternative therapies and also vitamins and supplements. 

Please note that this bill does not contain any statement of legislative intent.  In other words, what is the intention of this bill, exactly?  More

North Carolina SB 141 NIB : The Right To Conceal Carry For Special People.

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Left: Citizen Right: Government Employee

Lynn Swearingen (c) copyright 2010 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Arrogance abounds in the halls of North Carolina Legislature. All citizens are special, but according to SB 141(pdf) – some are “more special” than others

State lawmakers last week introduced a bill that would allow North Carolina district attorneys, assistant DAs and investigators to carry concealed weapons while on official business. Sen. Debbie Clary, R-Cleveland, said some prosecutors fear falling victim to violence.

“They want the right to protect themselves,” said Clary, a co-sponsor of the bill. “They have a very dangerous job just as all of our law enforcement does.”

Partial Text:

A BILL TO BE ENTITLED
AN ACT TO PROVIDE THAT ANY DISTRICT ATTORNEY, ASSISTANT DISTRICT
ATTORNEY, OR INVESTIGATOR EMPLOYED BY THE OFFICE OF A DISTRICT
ATTORNEY WHO EITHER HAS A CONCEALED HANDGUN PERMIT THAT IS
VALID IN NORTH CAROLINA OR WHO HAS BASIC LAW ENFORCEMENT
TRAINING CERTIFICATION IN NORTH CAROLINA IS EXEMPT FROM THE
GENERAL PROHIBITION AGAINST CARRYING A CONCEALED WEAPON AND
FROM THE PROHIBITIONS AGAINST CARRYING A WEAPON ON CERTAIN
PREMISES OR IN CERTAIN CIRCUMSTANCES.

Here is an interesting question to ask the Sponsor(s) of SB 141 – why can’t Defense Attorneys be granted this special status along with Government Employees? More

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