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My review for Amazon:
Michael Volpe’s Book on Chris Mackney–describes court corruption in amazing detail.
I have just finished Mr. Volpe’s book on court corruption, and in particular the experiences of Mr. Chris Mackney-as he worked his way through a highly troubled divorce with a ex-wife with an interesting family secret that came out during his own internet research: it was there he discovered that his wealthy father in law had been convicted of murder, had likely been involved in much more criminal activity, and his ex-wife conveniently forgot to tell him during their long marriage.
As a result, the father-in-law, a Mr. Scamardo (what an apropos name), went to great lengths to fund a divorce for $1.2 million which of course involved dozens of failures of the court to simply follow the law, set reasonable child support for the father and a fair co-parenting schedule. What happened instead was…
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I would be glad to nominate anyone that sends me a short synopsis of your personal fight for truth and justice in probate or other areas of the Court System.
Tell me about how you are running a blog, writing or have written a book, have filed pleading after pleading to enforce rights against a corrupt system and I will nominate.
This is our chance to get recognition which is currently nearly impossible because the court connected and appointed attorneys threaten everyone with litigation all the time and engage is slander, libel, defamation and false light.
See below and thanks Ken, for passing this along.
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from Ken Ditkowsky:
Lawyer gets suspension for blog posts about ‘feeding frenzy’ of connected lawyers
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from M W
As you will all recall, the last time the ABA published that I was suspended because I was highly critical of the Sykes case and predicted everything would be liquidated and then some to pay only attorneys fees and she would be dumped in a tied in nursing home and more excessive fees would accrue THIS BLOG’S PREDICTIONS WERE ABSOLUTELY SPOT ON.
In its complaint, the ARDC published mostly mine and Ken Ditkowsky’s complaints to the authorties wherein we said there was fraud, theft and embezzlement of nearly $1 million in gold…
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See how this woman is treated shamefully by a local cop. The henchman for the OPG (Office of Public Guardian, I mean Greed) is standing in the backgroud.
Gayle Robinson fought off these two for over two hours! Then they took her away to a 9 day psych hold. Only problem is they did not have the paperwork so they held her in a cheap motel for 2 days and drugged her because she tried to escape.
Apparently she still suffers nightmares from the entire ordeal.
Please pray for this family, for truth and justice and peace and blessings
Apparently the ARDC does NOT read the Wall Street Journal and attorneys who try to protect the elderly and disabled are personna non grata (myself and KKD). I have been suspended for 3 years for merely telling the truth about Mary G Sykes and now she is dead, having been narcotized to death.
From: kenneth ditkowsky <email@example.com>
Sent: Sep 17, 2015 1:14 PM
To: Probate Sharks <firstname.lastname@example.org>, “JoAnne M. Denison” <email@example.com>, Tim NASGA
Subject: Anatomy of a ‘cover up’This morning the Wall Street Journal had another editorial decrying the fact that certain criminals under the mantel of their political offices were assaulting the First Amendment and the democratic process. I cried that this is what is going on in Illinois and elsewhere in the Elder Cleansing scandal and the War that the miscreants are carrying on against the Elderly and the Disabled.I do…
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To: Clifford Law Offices <firstname.lastname@example.org>; ABAJournal.com <email@example.com>; “firstname.lastname@example.org” <email@example.com>
Cc: Matt Senator Kirk <firstname.lastname@example.org>;
Sent: Tuesday, September 15, 2015 10:03 AM
Subject: Re: ABA Annual Meeting Report
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