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TS Radio Network: Australia’s Public Guardians–A license to steal

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Its a global plan to disinherit future generations:  Guardianship and the theft of estates.

Join us this evening as more victims of the Australian State of South Australia’s Attorney General’s Department Public Trustee and ‘sister’ Tribunal Offices speak out.  And it is this system of “public guardian/trustee” that is being quietly implemented here in the states.  And of course, everyone involved in this theft and abuse of the elderly, will have total immunity from liability or prosecution.

From Australia:

‘Why is it acceptable for SA Public Trustee to lie to a Parliamentary Committee and for Parliament to knowingly promote those lies on its website?’

‘Why is transparency and accountability not being practiced by the (SA Statutory Authorities Review Committee) SARC?’

Ten years after the last SA Statutory Authorities Review Committee review of the Public Trustee Office when an earlier Member of Parliament and Committee Member raised: ‘In addition clients and the families tell stories of delays, belligerence, financial mismanagement and being excluded from the lives of their loved ones who have come under the “protection” of the Public Trustee.’ Parliament raised complaints of SA Public Trustee ‘poor administration of people’s finances and possible abuse of public office and authority’. Experiences confirm little to nothing of significance has changed in 10 years other than the latest so claimed inquiry was a sham that chose to protect its Public Trustee cash cow and facilitate public deception.

Any of this sound familiar America??

 

Silicon Valley tax dollars fund elder abuse: Apathy & Negligence by Law Enforcement & District Attorney

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Linda Kincaid

Elder Advocate, California

“San Jose Police confirmed that Villa Fontana isolates several residents.  However, SJPD referred management of that abuse back to the Public Guardian, the perpetrator of the abuse.”

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Part IV (Parts 1,2 & 3 are linked below)

Apathy & Negligence by Law Enforcement & District Attorney

ABC 7 News I-Team

San Jose Police Lieutenant Michael Knox is the first government employee to take any action on behalf of elder abuse victim Gisela Riordan.  For over two years, Gisela has been denied visitors, phone calls, and mail.  Imprisoned at Villa Fontana, she is not allowed contact with family, friends, neighbors, advocates or clergy.  Each day is like every other for Gisela, lonely and filled with despair.

Lieutenant Knox listened sympathetically to Gisela’s story.  Police Chief Chris Moore had already determined that SJPD’s ignoring false imprisonment and isolation was “consistent with Department policy.”    Knox committed to a review of the Department’s policy on ignoring mental abuse of elders.  Although a small step, it was the first positive step taken by any government employee in Santa Clara County.

Elder Abuse by the Public Guardian

Since early 2010, Gisela Riordan has been a victim of elder abuse by her conservator, the Santa Clara County Public Guardian Donald Moody.  California law clearly states that a guardian or conservator does not have authority to isolate a conservatee.  California law also states that isolation and imprisonment of elders are crimes.

However, the Public Guardian is not concerned with California law.  Moody imprisons and isolates conservatees to suit his whims.  Gisela is falsely imprisoned and unlawfully isolated at Villa Fontana, a secured residential care facility willing to violate the law in exchange for payment.

Keeping conservatees isolated simplifies the management of those individuals.  With no visitors, there are no complaints of neglect or substandard care.  No one sees bruises or other evidence of physical abuse.  No one knows if conservatees receive medical care or enough food to eat. More

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