From Bev and Ken Cooper–Ken and I on Cooper’s corner

Bev and Ken have the links to our shows up and running.

Scott Evans said he was watching the show and all of a sudden loud jazz music came on, so I wonder if someone doesn’t like what we say.

In any case, please see below and I will publish more links as they come in.

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From Ken Ditkowsky — the financial realities of the Nursing Home business

From: kenneth ditkowsky
Sent: Mar 14, 2014 9:22 AM
To: matt senator kirk , “” , “” , “” , “” , “” , “” , “” , SUNTIMES , Chicago Tribune
Cc: NASGA , probate sharks , Jo Anne M Denison , Harry Heckert , j ditkowsky

To the elected representatives of the State of Illinois:
The family expense statute was intended by the legislature to protect families and creditors so that a rich husband could not leave his wife and children penniless.    Thus, a wife could charge her husbands account for necessaries.    Today, it appears that the following scenario occurs, to wit:
A senior citizen gets sick.    The period of the hospital stay is slim or none and the senior is hauled off to a nursing home.    As you are well aware of many…

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From Atty Michael Gearhart–important new legislation

Dear Readers;

There also seems to be a disconnect of some sort in Family Court.  For some reason, I have heard from Ms. GC that she was never declared unfit, yet she has filed motion after motion to see her children and the judge simply won’t grant a motion for visitation or parenting time!

So this bill is important, please contact Atty Michael Gearhart if you are interested in having this bill passed to protect competent, caring parents.

From: “Michael Gerhardt (GGH LAW)”
Sent: Mar 14, 2014 8:01 AM
To: ‘JoAnne M Denison’
Subject: RE: FW: Springfield or Bust – Thursday, March 20, 2014 ****VERY FRICKIN IMPORTANT****

Headed to court for myself right now.  (I have special 8:30 AM or 5:00 PM calls)  Here is a link:

Here is the synopsis:

Synopsis As Introduced
Amends the Illinois Marriage and Dissolution of Marriage Act. To the list of purposes of…

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From Ken Ditkowsky –Gloria’s arrest was a serious matter

From: kenneth ditkowsky
Sent: Mar 13, 2014 3:18 PM
To: JoAnne M Denison , GLORIA SYKES
Cc: Chicago FBI
Subject: Re: Alteration of transcripts

The criminal events are much more serious than ‘false arrest.’    As the Court never had jurisdiction in the Sykes case, and certainly had no jurisdiction over Gloria to demand that she tell them where she kept her money what we are dealing with in opinion is kidnapping, assault, battery, extortion, intimidation.     For all purposes, the Lumberman order was a final order.   735 ILCS 5/2-1401 is the only way to attack a final order after term time.   An ex-parte proceeding in the probate court does not cut the mustard!    In addition there is little thing about Illinois Courts lacking jurisdiction over Indiana businesses and Indiana citizens.
For a judge to order that a person be restrained the judge has to hold…

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Now that the trial is over……

A few impressions from the last two days.

As you may or not know, trial is always a ton of stress.  You think about it constantly, you are constantly organizing, reading, checking cases, organizing them. (Which reminds me I should be sharing the first amendment cases on gdrive with all of you).  It’s basically like running a marathon each and every day.  It is stressful for both sides.  I’m not sure how the judges do, but I did see panel members checking cell phones not infrequently during my testimony.

In any case, Kathie did an excellent job, Yolanda did an excellent job and I think this was the first time two probate victims testified in front of the IARDC.  The panel did their best to dispel the Mary G Sykes probate case as just repeated sour grapes to Kathie and Yolanda, but I don’t think that got far.

I was…

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From Kent Ditkowsky–my trial proves that it’s not over…..


from: kenneth ditkowsky
Sent: Mar 11, 2014 9:40 PM
To: Jo Anne M Denison
Subject: Farenga

The arrogance of our favorite miscreants has no bounds.   They are so used to having the court kiss their GMs that even in the Federal Court they have little problem with misrepresenting the facts.    The recitation of the facts in the Motions filed by these defendants has little relation to the allegations actually made.      The Statute of Limitations argument is almost amazing.   With the bad deeds still going on the miscreants are trying to say that we knew from day one that they were amoral individuals and therefore on day one the Statute of limitations commenced.   Further as they committed an assault on the First Amendment the tort…

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Perfect for the end of trial!–Benefits of being a Professional Fiduciary!

A little humor from a cross post by permission:

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By:  IOwn Yourmama


Is a new, lucrative career as professional predator waiting for you?  Call us at 1-800-yourascumbag  or: send your resume to “Coffin Chasers r Us” !


Are you looking for a new career?  Tired of actually having to work for a living?  Do you lack any morals, ethics, any sense of empathy or sympathy?  Are you looking to make easy money?  Would it bother you to be known as a “coffin chaser”, a predator, a vulture?  Could you sleep at night knowing you had caused so much misery and 1926745_10200877827102428_569924460_nsuffering not only to your victim, but also to the extended family as a result of your chosen profession? Your personal greed? Your lack of humanity? You could??  Have we got a career for you!

Become a Professional Fiduciary!  Take ownership of another human being!

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From Ken Ditkowsky — His thoughts on the Opening Argument of the IARDC

From: kenneth ditkowsky
Sent: Mar 8, 2014 6:20 AM
To: Eric Holder , matt senator kirk , Cook County States Attorney , “” , “” , Tim NASGA , NASGA , probate sharks , Janet Phelan , Chicago Tribune , Jo Anne M Denison , Necla Lane , SUNTIMES , Kathie Bakken , GLORIA SYKES , Tim NASGA , “” , “” , Harry Heckert , j ditkowsky
Subject: Fw: opening argument of the IARDC

I have not read the transcripts as yet, but if your analysis is accurate pursuant to 18 USCA 4 and Himmel these admissions must be reported to the law enforcement people.
Mr. Larkin is fully aware that a blog that reports corruption in the legal community is not the same as yelling fire in a crowded theatre.   Not even close!    Mr. Larkin is fully aware that jurisdiction can be attacked at any time and at…

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My opening argument — The US Consitution Reigns Supreme!

Dear Readers;

After MS’s opening argument that my blog is like yelling fire in a crowded movie theatre (and I would direct her to the Nelson case  where Harold Washington was painted in ladies’ underwear and a garter–see what Justice Possner says about that!),

you can read my opening argument.

But I am dedicated to YOU, the reader and to all the court room victims out there who see this nonsense day in and day out and are appalled by the lack of a court, a judge, a lawyer to follow simple procedures in state court.  You just don’t find all this nonsense in federal court. Federal court has its own problems, but not this.


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Yeah! We have transcripts from my IARDC hearing.

The court reporter did a wonderful job, although I do miss condensed mini’s, she sent them electronically.

Is the wonderful and amazing opening argument of Ms. Melissa Smart

In her opening she argues:


1) my blog is the same as yelling “fire” in a movie theatre
2) my blog is dangerous to the mary g sykes case (which of course cannot be relitigated)
3) my blog has seriously damaged the mary g sykes case
4) I am not allowed to criticize a court, a judge or a decision. (but that’s only because she has not read In Re Sawyer, or she read it sideways, not sure)  read In re Sawyer at

The utter mendacity!


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