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I have no idea why there aren’t mass protests and outrages over how we bail out the banks and they continue to steal and the Fed Reserve, our nations tyrannical oversight committee on ensuring theft via computer, has not been drummed out of town with tar and feathers on a rail. They do not protect consumers. The courts always rule in favor of big banking, when these banksters should be in prison for theft, conversion and tresspass upon our hard earned money.
Ever taken out cash from an ATM machine and gotten socked with a $3 fee (or worse)? You probably weren’t thrilled about that.
Nobody likes those fees. Except banks.
America’s three biggest banks — JPMorgan Chase (), Bank of America (
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American needs a infusion of Honesty and Honor! The Elder Cleansing miscreants have declared war on the elderly and the disabled – and our society remains silent. Some of our political elite have declared war on the First Amendment and seek to intimidate lawyers in particular and the citizens in general from speaking out freely. Here in Illinois we had an attorney who lost his license to practice law for pointing out a conflict of interest. A Judge refused to recuse herself even though she was on the Board of Directors of the defendant and her brother was an attorney in the law firm representing the defendant. A respected business newspaper (Crains Chicago Business Daily)…
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When will this every end?
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Of course it is. These people have no choice, they are stripped of all their rights and miscreant attorneys from the bar associations and disciplinary boards cover it all up–hence Jerome Larkin, Head Administrator of the ARDC has covered up a dozen cases in Illionis of murder, neglect, torture and death and put many, many seniors and disableds at risk together with James Grogin, lead counsel of the Illinois ARDC, and Melissa Smart and Sharon Opryszek and Steven Split (who is supposed to be an “ethics professor” imagine that) and Leah Guiterrez Black. All of these attorneys think that taking massive amounts of attorneys fees from estates, the life, limb and property of seniors and disableds is “okay.” Ken Ditkowsky, Lanre Amu, Candice Schwager and other attorneys find this type of “guardianship” in the nation’s probate courts to be immoral, unethical and repugnant directly to the Core Values of…
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Everywhere you turn, there is a war on the elderly and the disabled, and corrupt judges aided by organizations charged with disciplining lawyers (such as in Illinois the Attorney Registration of Disciplinary Commission, in Florida the Florida Bar ***).
The law is very clear — the Court appointed guardians are fiduciaries and thus owe the highest standard of conduct to the ‘wards.’ The highest standard of conduct does not include such activities as isolating the ward, stealing from the ward, incarceration of the ward in nursing home facilities or other facilities wherein the ward is systematically dehumanized so as to efficiency strip the estate of the ward of assets etc. Law enforcement has a duty to protect the elderly. ADA gives the Justice Department Jurisdiction as certainly…
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And in Illinois, nursing homes are particular dangerous, so why are Illinois probate courts forcing seniors into nursing homes? Why are there soooo many seniors in nursing homes that want to go home? When studies show that yoga, diet and supplements (vitamins) can reverse dementia in a few short months, why is this never any major news?
This week I faxed off my list of 30 horror guardianship stories to the authorities, again, in Illinois and of course, I have not heard a peep back from: Michael Madigan (Speaker of Illinois House), Lisa Madigan, Patrick Blachard, the Senate Subcommittee on Aging (Demanding public hearing), the House subcommittee on the Judiciary (demanding public hearing) and I do not hear a peep from anyone. Of course, I received a ton of their emails and postcards begging me to vote for them, but why? What are they doing to prevent the death and…
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From Senior Living Watch–more massive mistakes in nursing homes that kill disabled seniors and no one seems to care in Illinois
You would think that someone who reads about elder abuseand neglect on a daily basis would stop seeing red after a while. Yesterday, however, while reading an account of nursing home neglect that resulted in a death, I was struck by a statement from an Illinois official responsible for regulating nursing homes that was so out of touch with reality that my fingers shook as I hit the keys on my laptop to respond.
An investigative piece by NBC Chicago5 tells the sad story of Joseph Karney, a Chicago man who moved into The Renaissance Park South nursing home in 2005 after having a stroke and heart attack. Joseph was later diagnosed with gastrointestinal cancer and placed on a medication to which he was responding well. Over time, his sister noticed he was failing. They investigated and learned that the nursing home had failed to give him his cancer…
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It is with heavy heart I repost this. Tim was at my ARDC trial all the way from Indiana, and an ardent supporter, though we had many, many intellectual disputes.
From Atty Candice Schwager:
Thank you everyone for your prayers. Miracles happened. Tim stuck around a few days and His family and brother cried and apologized for taking 30 years of his life and rendering him dead in the eyes of the law. His girlfriend Cindy never got to marry him but she finally got a beautiful picture of them together when he started breathing again and life support removed all of those awful hoses and wires. A childhood friend wrote and said he knew he had little time due to heart and lung problems. I think his heart was broken. I should have known because the day our foundation logo was done and I had his vision, he…
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I made a Facebook friend with a man from Kenya. I have other Facebook friends in Africa and sometimes they just beg for money and sometimes they are good friends. So when Wanjala Sikulu first sent me a friend request I checked him out as I do with all new friend requests, Trolls have been a problem in the past, better safe than sorry, and he looked like he would be a good Facebook friend from what he posted. https://www.facebook.com/wanjala.sikulu
Well shortly after I accepted his friend request he instant messaged me and said hello. I thought OK here we go. He is either pushing his business, begging for money, or looking to hit on me. If I have learned anything from history that people…
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