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I have no idea why major news media isn’t covering this story, but you all know from my blog and FB page that Ken Ditkowsky and I have been following the Philip Esformes Trial.
Apparently, he has made a plea deal to a life sentence and to refund $1 Billion to Medicare/Medicaid.
Others were involved in this scheme and entered into plea deals.
Phillip Esformes and his family and friends operated nursing homes in the Mimi Dade area and over billed, double billed, submitted false and fraudulent bills.
The Larkin Hospital was involved, but I don’t know if the owner/operators are related to Jerome Larkin, head of the ARDC, which would explain a whole lot of why Jerome Larkin (together with Melissa Smart and Sharon Opryszek) went after me and Ken for publishing about the Mary Sykes case (a woman stripped of all her assets, forced into a nursing home…
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I am really glad someone found this out. This is completely unacceptable in this day and age that children can be removed from parents 1) without a truthful affidavit from a DCFS worker that has fully investigated the situation; 2) with a judge reviewing the affidavit (judges are highly paid and CAN work weekends) and 3) without at least Skyping the parent and an attorney to review the situation immediately
Why are we traumatizing parents and kids with this nonsense. We have Skype. Those judges could even sit on their butts at home naked and do this work.
This is inexcusable and has to end.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Kentucky social workers are failing to have courts properly scrutinize and approve the drastic step of taking some children from their homes, relying instead on blank removal orders with pre-signed judges’ signatures, which is illegal according to several attorneys and…
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professional licensed case workers abuse your kids, remove them for no reason and then claim “absolute immunity” or “limited immunity” this this has to end.!
Dozens of CPS caseworkers caught lying, falsifying documents
Misconduct cases, while rare, indicative of intense workloads and pressure to close cases
- CPS officials say such violations are rare, but they have no way to track them.
- Wrongdoing can stem from intense pressure to close cases quickly.
- CPS discipline for misconduct can be inconsistent.
When Child Protective Services received a complaint that a Harris County father had choked his teenage daughter, caseworker Michelle Robinson said…
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Why aren’t the courts doing something about the behavior of the judges? We need more oversight.
A Twitter poll carried out by this site has found that 91% of parents going through family law proceedings have been bullied by judges during their cases.
The poll was created in conjunction with our campaign to ensure that families are treated fairly and with respect during the life of their cases. Since launching the campaign we have received hundreds of messages from families saying they were abused by judges during their cases and offering details of their experiences.
The shock revelation comes after barristers complained last month that they were being bullied…
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The FDA is warning the public that the pills can cause abnormal changes in the heart’s electrical activity that may lead to a fatal heart rhythm. Not everyone is at risk. Patients with known risk factors such as existing QT interval prolongation, low blood levels of potassium or magnesium, a slower than normal heart rate, or those who use certain drugs to treat abnormal heart rhythms, or arrhythmias face the greatest risk.
“Health care professionals should consider the risk…
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