From Ken Ditkowsky–Time to take action and fight the good fight to save seniors and disableds from nursing home purgatory

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Dr. Reinstein takes massive kickbacks for risky drugs..psychotropic drugs!

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Today, from the Chicago Tribune

http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/chi-reinstein-kickback-plea-20150213-story.html#page=1

$600k in kickbacks, a prolific prescriber, he once prescribed 490 prescriptions in 5 days!

And we wonder why the Tribunals at the ARDC and Jerome Larkin at the ARDC are engaged in a massive coverup.

They either knew or should have known of the kickbacks–just like Gov. Ryan went down for.

No one ever proved that Gov. Ryan took a kickback from any $200 no test CDL, but he was convicted and sent to prison for many years nonetheless.

Jerome Larkin has received dozens and dozens of client complaints of cottage industry schemes in probate, and ignores them all, sending out nonsensical letter in Sykes, Gore, Tyler, etc.  He and his staff do not file Ethics Reports under the mandatory reporting act of 2009.  If you complain to the Ill. Supreme Court, they send you to Atty Zimmerman, who I am told was placed…

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Great article on Probate Exception — why is there a probate exception and not a contract exception, PI tort exception?

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So Barbara Stone and I were wondering, what is this “probate exception” that keeps normally tough and anti corruption Federal Courts from providing a second look at what is going on in Probate Court that sometimes can only be described as utterly down the rabbit hole.

Where does this come from?  How does “probate exception” scare even the toughest of judges when the public is clamoring for a RICO presumption in probate, the Federal Court judges cower and dump anything that mentions probate as a regular course of business.

I mean, by that measure, they should dump all personal property disputes, maybe there should be a business partnership exception (probate is much like winding down a business, assets are sold and liquidated and disputes between the partners as to valuation and ethics in transactions are carefully scrutinized by Federal Court judges all the time when there is diversity, etc.)  I…

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From Tim Lahrman–a man on the inside of the diability game

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With all due respect to each and everyone of you —–  I am on the inside — I am a ward and have been for 28 years … it has been quite the learning curve and experience, and at times enjoyable being the village idiot — a few years back I tried to buy a large corner lot just off a highway/bypass ramp near my home.  I had visions of building an office building, hiring three paralegals from each state and building an legal advocacy org for the guardianship issue — of course I dream big … but that is how I built the company I lost in my guardianship those many years back —  In sum, ladies and gentlemen — if the journey through guardianship were a long winding pathway — I am well down the path in this journey … I will not look back and join in the experimentation…

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From the LA Times, if the police arrest you, first thing to ditch is the cell phone?

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From Eliot Bernstein, this article explains how some protestors, who engage in peaceful protest, work to protect citizen’s rights, are first advising to ditch cell phones when arrested.

Technically, an arrest is anytime the police start talking to you and you believe you must respond and cannot walk away.  You should always ask the officer, “may I leave now?”  If the answer is “no” at anytime, you’re under arrest.  And it’s not that I don’t love talking to strange and new police officers, but you have to be sure to talk about the weather, tell jokes, ask if you can help them with anything, ask if they’d like a free knitting or crocheting lesson, but general talk about crimes and criminality is off limits.  I just tell them I’m not a PD or prosecutor, so I don’t know anything about X so I can’t answer any questions, but if they…

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From Mr. Lanre Amu–how did this happen in the US?

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This is not North Korea, this is not the mideast or Egypt with severely dwindling human and civil rights!  In Iran they take away a woman lawyer’s children when she advocates for equal rights!

In the US, Mr. Amu was found guilty of practicing law while black!

’Lanre O. Amu

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This is a Peaceful Petition to Reinstate Lawyer Amu’s Law License Now; to Investigate Corruption in the Judiciary, the Entire Court System, the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission (ARDC); and to Reform Our Court System for the Betterment of Our Lives. Given the Impact These Institutions Have on the Lives of Everyone in Our Society, We the People Must No Longer Consent to be Held Hostage…

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Elderly Man beaten at NW memorial Hospital by security guardss – suit recently filed

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http://chicago.suntimes.com/news/7/71/349866/suit-man-beaten-guards-northwestern-memorial-cafeteria-basement

Very scary.  An elderly man eaten in the cafeteria was drug into the basement of the hospital and beaten, after he was told to leave the hospital.

One of the problems with security guards is they often have no background checks done, they have little or no training and are not certified in their jobs to prevent issues before they arise.

If anyone knows more details, please contact me.

JoAnne

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