Portsmith official sued for trying to silence a $2.3 million whistleblower



some important excerpts:

CONCORD – Auxiliary  Portsmouth police officer John Connors is suing city officials, including the police chief, alleging they violated his free speech rights by placing him under a gag order after he blew the whistle on the allegedly unethical activities by a Portsmouth police detective who inherited the bulk of the multi-million dollar estate of Connors’ elderly next door neighbor. – See more at: http://www.unionleader.com/article/20150715/NEWS21/150719486#sthash.j8LtHxk9.dpuf
On Oct. 18, 2010, Connors brought his concerns to then-police chief Lou Ferland but the chief told him he should stay out of it, according to the lawsuit. He then told DuBois, who at the time was deputy chief, but he did not respond, according to the lawsuit.

Next, Connors stopped at the home of Commissioner John Russo, who lived near him, and told him of his concerns. “I was wondering where all the police cruisers were going,” Russo responded. Russo…

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China arrests over 100 lawyers and human and civil rights activits in a clamp down



One law firm that represented many activists was deemed “a major criminal organization.”

Jerome Larkin would be proud.  And my favorite is one commentator’s quote of Mark Twain who understood this argument well: “It is by the goodness of God that in our country we have those three unspeakably precious things: freedom of speech, freedom of conscience, and the prudence never to practice either”.

In a country where cell phones and police web cams are giving us shocking footage of how the police really act when out on the streets and the adjustments that need to be made,  I am certain the international backlash to the arrests will be overwhelming.

Today the seniors still at risk and who are not currently defended by independent counsel are:  Janie Thomas of Chicago, Alan Frake at Park Ridge Sunrise Senior Living and Ms. X, who is too afraid to even provide a…

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Time to make all of the Attorneys General in Illinois Do Their Job or Else…..


Refund their salaries to the Illinois Taxpayers!  Yeah!

Read on below.  I think I made a mistake in not faxing them, emailing them and calling them as Ken has shown us the way.

Maybe if we were incessant and relentless, Mary Sykes would not be dead today (narcoticed to death), Helen Rector would not be dead (narcoticed to death).

Let’s make a stink that flooding the elderly with drugs to hold their estates ransom will not be tolerated in the US.

refund their salaries to the Illinois coffers.

see below.

To: Diane Saltoun
Executive Inspector General
fax 312-814-8444
cc: Lisa Madigan,
fax 312 814-3806
Anita Alvarez
fax 312-603-4708    From:                    Admitted Ill., N.  Carolina and Patent Bars
JoAnne M. Denison,     Pat. Atty.  Reg.  No.  34,150
Justice 4 Every1, NFP    FAX 312-553-1307
5940 W Touhy Ave, #120    CELL PH 773-255-7608
Niles, IL 60714    PHONE 312-553-1300

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From Gloria Sykes–more information on the Atty Harvey Waller tie ins in probate


Sent: Jul 13, 2015 7:02 PM
To: “kenditkowsky@yahoo.com”

RE:  Attorney Harvey Waller

Remember Harvey Jack Waller, who Toerpe hired in January, 2009, when mother learned that Toerpe stole $4000?  Well,  what I didn’t know until moments ago (a woman called me with the information) is Harvey was / is very politically connected — in fact, it is why perhaps he squeezed out of the lawsuite where the State of Indiana sued  him for soliciting elders for remodeling jobs and then causing them to get reverse mortgages, which he got a kick back, to pay him.  (See, file:///Users/shaggy7/Downloads/Harvey%20Waller%201.webarchive)
Well, here’s Waller’s new website complete with bragging rights…  See highlighted stuff… and ya wonder how or why he was able to freeze my assets, cross state lines and steal my medical account, et al.  Let me make it clear, Harvey J. Waller NEVER withdrew from the Sykes…

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From Dan Devine–an article on protecting seniors


Protection of elder rights 24 hours a day

By Richard Devine
Cook County State’s Attorney
Our job as prosecutors isn’t always easy. We not only deal with heartbreaking violent crimes, we also run across clever con artists who deliberately target victims because they’re elderly or vulnerable. We’ve seen caretakers who mistreat their charges pitifully—and steal from them in the meantime. We’ve seen cold-hearted cases of financial exploitation. And we’ve seen home repair fraud schemes that operate almost like corporate firms. A recent Sun-Times series outlined the kinds of crimes I’m talking about. I’m sure some of you read it. If you did, you learned that what we handle isn’t often pleasant. The cases are sometimes pathetic, and sometimes our work is tragically sad.
Recently, though, I had an unusual task — much nicer than the normal routine. This time, it was my job to hand out money. Let me tell…

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An Apology to my Readers–now that Mary G Sykes is dead due to Goondom


Dear Readers;

I really do owe all of you an apology.  I thought by only writing to the authorities that were interested in these cases would be the best way to proceed.  I thought Ken’s 500 emails to the Police Chief in Naperville wouldn’t help because the guy was obviously hitting the delete and/or archive key when there was theft, conversion and possible murder afoot.

Now Mary is gone, narcoticed to death in hospice, following in the footsteps of Helen Rector, Lydia Tyler, Alice Gore, Dorothy Baker, Rose Drabik, Carol Wyman was attempted murder and she escaped in the nick of time.  Currently at risk and are probably the most endangered of all endangered species are Al Frake, Janie Thomas and ALV (she escaped and fears for her life any day she can be scooped up, held down, shot up and killed narcotics with starvation and dehydration in any nursing…

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