From KKD: Judge Boliker and attorneys provide their excuses for stealing approx. $7k per month in Marital Assets from Dean Sallas

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You would not believe. Dean has over the past year or so revealed to the public and to law enforcement that Judge Boliker and Byline Bank and Eve Epstein and OPG attorney Lisa Casanova have been participating in a criminal scheme to deprive Dean Sallas of all of his marital estate. They have been pretending that Amelia Sallas’ funds are not marital property and that Dean does not have the right to manage, control and spend those funds–even for his own necessities.

Prior to the guardianship, Dean had amassed some $9 million in real estate. But the Guardianship court stopped paying the mortgages (of course), threw them into foreclosure, presumably so banks and favored 3rd party entities could get a deal on them. This is common in probate and guardianship. If you complain, judges like Boliker will quickly turn a deaf ear.

So what’s the guardianship court’s excuse for stealing…

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From KKD: The Sallas Case continues to be a travesty of Justice. The Judge and attorneys on the case have commandeered Dean’s assets though he is under no guardianship

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This is exactly the point – it is also the point that Dr. Sugar, Rick Black, yours truly et al have been trying in vain to make.
The problem is that the elderly have so much money that is available to be stolen that the crooked guardians and judges cannot resist the temptation. Unfortunately when we live in a society wherein political parties sell polltical and judicial systems the most qualified and honest candidates for public and judicial office are not always placed in that office.
Looking a Cook County, Illinois is it a wonder that we have corruption. How many of our public officials are under Federal indictment? How many should be?
It is an open secret that a Judgeship is sold by the individuals within the Cook County Democratic organization for somewhere either at $150,000 or North thereof. (see John Kass (Chicago Tribune)) What can we expect from…

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From KKD: Back to now: Names of Cook County judges charged with corruption c. 1991/Greylord

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In case we never forget Greylord in Chicago where 45 judges, police and attorneys were indicted for corruption (in just one area, traffic court, other areas were not invovled) Ken Ditkowsky reminds us of the following Tribune article:

https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-xpm-1991-10-03-9103300583-story.html

20TH JUDGE CHARGED WITH CORRUPTION

Matt O`ConnorCHICAGO TRIBUNE

Three years after Operation Greylord investigators went public with stunning charges of judicial corruption, a federal indictment released Wednesday charges, Cook County Judge Adam N. Stillo Sr. conspired to fix a criminal case secretly filed by theFBI.

Stillo, 74, is the second Cook County judge to be indicted on bribery charges in the last week and the 20th indicted in federal court since Operation Greylord. Fifteen judges were convicted and two acquitted in Greylord cases.

On Friday, retired Criminal Court Judge Thomas J. Maloney, in a case stemming from the Operation Gambat probe of 1st Ward corruption, was charged with…

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From KKD: The one huge source of election fraud is nursing homes: why is there no focus on that

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https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0097334

and while this article blames one party, BOTH parties engage in it, and I have heard from numerous sources the FBI and the FEC knows about this and does nothing about it!

Wisconsin Elections Commission ‘Shattered’ Laws By Telling Nursing Home Staffers To Illegally Cast Ballots For Residents

One of the family members said his mother would ask him who he was, meaning she didn’t recognize her own son. She hadn’t voted since 2012 — yet MyVote Wisconsin revealed she voted twice in 2020.

Kylee Zempel

ByKylee ZempelOCTOBER29, 2021

Racine County, Wisconsin law enforcement blew the 2020 election integrity question wide open on Thursday after an investigation into one nursing home. It revealed not only that state election officials flagrantly broke the law and ordered health-care employees to help them, but that the problem likely runs much deeper throughout the swing state’s other 71 counties.

An “election statute was…

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From FB: charges dropped against grandmother who stayed at her daughter’s deathbed against hospital rules and regulations

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Finally, someone came to their senses. Hospitals are so used to enforcing senseless and inhumane rules, charges against and elderly grandmother have become the rule of the day. That has to end. Kudos to this grandmother

https://www.news4jax.com/news/local/2021/10/22/charges-dropped-for-grandmother-who-refused-to-leave-daughters-side-at-hospital/

A 70-year old great grandmother was hauled off to jail last month after refusing to leave her critically ill daughter’s side at UF Health in Jacksonville.

Charge dropped for grandmother who refused to leave daughter’s side at hospital
A 70-year old great grandmother was hauled off to jail last month after refusing to leave her critically ill daughter’s side at UF Health in Jacksonville.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla.– It’s a story that gained national attention.

A 70-year old great grandmother washauled off to jail last monthafter refusing to leave her critically ill daughter’s side at UF Health in Jacksonville.

On Thursday, News4Jax learned the misdemeanor charge of trespassing have been dropped.

“I was not looking at spending any time in jail,” Lynn Savage said.

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From YT: Is the govt seizing traveler’s money and threatening them? Are civil asset forfeiture laws fair?

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Cash grab, it is fair and reasonable?

Rarely do prosecutors charge anyone with a crime, but they seize large amounts of cash all the time, no trial no judicial review. Just some low life TSA agent takes the cash and threatens the traveler.

95% of the time the cash is grabbed and no charges are ever filed.

Cash grab investigation Part 2, is this the US? Robbed without out a gun, just a pen and a TSA badge and a pat down.

And more cash grab stories:

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From ISBA- Lax control over Illinois nursing homes results in elder abuse

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Like we all didn’t know this already. We know that all the time in Illinois nursing homes residents are not fed, not cared for, the nursing homes smell of urine and feces and the smell hits you right when you walk in. Friends and family reveal trays are plunked down in front of a frail, elderly patient promptly at 9 am, noon and 5 pm. If they don’t eat? so freaking what. The trays are taken away. The resident loses weight, they do a fake “swallow test” and put in a feeding tube laced with drugs at one end and a diaper at the other. A major nursing home operator in Chicago, Phillip Esformes is indicted in one county only in Miami Dade Florida for $2 billion in nursing home fraud and sent to prison for 20+ years. IQ 45 gets the requisite bribe of $2 million (chump change for…

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From KKD: Judge Boliker has problems understanding Guardianship

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From Ken Karl Ditkowsky:

It appears to me from the reports of today’s hearings that Judge Boliker has an extreme conflict of interest and in addition has a lack of understanding what her role is in these proceedings.     She is not a cheerleader, nor is she a party in the usual sense.      I quote from the Struck vs. Cook County Public Guardian 387 IllApp 3d 867

To the extent that James argues that the guardian’s decisions are causing harm to Janie, we note that the circuit court has a duty to protect a ward from such alleged harm.   In In re Mark W., 228 Ill.2d 365, 374-75, 320 Ill.Dec. 798, 888 N.E.2d 15 (2008), our supreme court explained that an individual who has been adjudicated disabled under the Probate Act is viewed as “ ‘a favored person in the eyes of the law’ ” and is entitled to vigilant protection.   Mark W…

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It’s not just Britney–family members relate gship horrors to task force

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Crying family members tell horror stories to members of guardianship task force

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On Thursday, crying, angry family members lined up to tell the first-ever statewide task force on guardianship their horror stories. Many complained that professional guardians and their attorneys are taking advantage of their loved ones, often elderly parents or grandparents.

“Shame on all of you! You all know about it! Every single one of you here knows about it,” Mitzi Perotta said.Advertisement

“My mother has been trapped in guardianship for four years,” Craig Schaeffer said.

“How long do we have before more of our wards are emotionally and financially destroyed? When will we actually see a change?” Linda DeWitte said.

A guardian’s job…

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