NOW Pre Order Galley Copies of Theresa Tozzo Lyle’s Book 65 Minutes, a tale of Murder and Torture in Guardianship

Pre sales Galley copies are $25 each and you can text a check to 773-255-7608, or fax a check to 312-553-1300 or email one to or use Facebook debit card transfer to my Facebook Account.

Teresa’s story is about how she tried to lovingly care for her mother while the probate vultures churned the bills and drained her mother’s estate. Her mother wanted to live at home with Teresa in her final years, but the guardianship court in Florida prohibited it, and nasty, evil Guardians took over her life and her mother’s life.

The book contains pictures of her mother bruised and tortured until the end.

If you have relatives that don’t believe you when they say the guardianship court is just in it for the money and professional guardians are nothing but evil, this is the book for you.

The book will soon be out on Lulu, Amazon…

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From Facebook – FBI resecures 168 children and arrests 300 pimps for human trafficking in Missouri

FBI operation rescues 168 children from sex trafficking, puts nearly 300 pimps behind bars

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A crackdown on child sex trafficking hits close to home. The FBI in Kansas City revealed the results of an investigation Monday, noting that nationwide 50 percent more kids were rescued this year than last.

But authorities say the work to end trafficking is far from over. Often times people think of sex trafficking as a foreign issue, but those in the know say it happens in your own backyard more than you think.

One of the girls picked up in this sweep was picked up right here in Kansas City. Nationally, hundreds of law enforcement agencies participated, resulting in 168 children being recovered and nearly 300 pimps getting arrested.

Another victim was also picked up in Wichita and seven pimps from the region were arrested. The Justice Project assisted with the operation…

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From the ACLU–Protesters take note of limitations

Today floating around in the chat groups online seems to be some suggestions we should protest in front of the judge’s homes.

Personally, I think if you want to protest against judges you think are crooked or make the wrong decisions contrary to law, the best place is right outside the courthouse or online under the judge’s names and tag their posts with your specific complaints.

But just so everyone knows, apparently Illinois has decided it’s necessary to tailor and regulate the First Amendment right to protest.

From the ACLU:

III. C. Targeted sidewalk protests

Protesters often seek to demonstrate on sidewalks abutting a building that contains an audience that would prefer not to hear the protesters’ message. For example, a labor union might picket a worksite that uses allegedly unfair labor practices, or a citizen group might distribute leaflets critical of an elected official in front of that…

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From the Washington Times–Assisted Suicide Law prompts insurer to deny coverage for chemo and offer suicide pills instead for $1.20

The Washington Times reported that the California Assisted-suicide law prompted an insurance company to deny coverage to a terminally ill California woman.

Bradford Richardson, from theWashington Times reported that Stephanie Packer, a wife and mother of four who was diagnosed with a terminal form of scleroderma, said that her insurance company initially indicated it would pay for her to switch to a different chemotherapy drug based on the recommendation of her doctors but shortly after the California assisted suicide law went into effect, her insurance company denied her treatment.

Richardson reported Packer as saying:

“And when the law was passed, it was a week later I received a letter in the mail saying they were going to deny coverage for the chemotherapy that we were asking for,”

She said she called her insurance company to find out why her coverage had been denied. On the call, she also…

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From Ken Ditkowsky on the need for more courtwatchers

A few years ago here in Illinois the League of Woman Voters sent their members out to be ‘court watchers.’   The Court watchers reported some of the outrageous actions that were evident is some of the Courts.   The constant pressure brought a measure of reform that has since dissipated.     
The Court watcher makes the Court proceeding more open and does create a small deterrent.    Criminal prosecutions of really corrupt judicial officials is more difficult as the Judges are part of a corrupt system that protects its own; however, it is possible when particular judges are targeted.    The removal of corrupt judges is also possible if enough of a hue and cry is raised; however, the pressure has to be kept up and be unrelenting.   
To become a Judge in Cook County, the Chicago Tribune reported that a ‘cash payment’ has to be made…

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From Wikileaks–Julian Assange’s internet link cut by “state actor”

from Ken Ditkowsky
Subject: Re: Assange’s internet link cut
Date: Oct 17, 2016 4:35 PM
The only surprise in the article you forwarded is the fact that the NYTimes, CBS, NBC, CNN, et al have not been dismissing the attempt at censorship as “paranoia!”    
Maybe it is not coincidence that many of us have found our e-mail links to be slow, cut off, etc!    Certainly the Code of Silence as to the revelations of the Wikileaks release of the Clinton e-mails is analogous to the reluctant coverage of the horrendous crimes of ELDER CLEANSING.
I of course have my bias – I am much more aggreived by the fact that so little media coverage is afforded the explosive felonies of elder cleansing and the absurd fraud profits exhibited by the miscreants.   Philip Esformes stole a Billion ($1,000,000,000) dollars from Medicare and the Chicago media literally ignored…

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From FaceBook on the darker side of divorce in court rooms which have no respect for the Rule of Law and 1st Amendment

Award winning journalists have arrived on the scene to expose  issues involving California Judges acting in the state’s family court cases.  An article published on Sunday October 16 2016 in the Eastbay Times by award winning investigative journalists Thomas Peele and Nate Gartrell  may have opened the floodgates as mainstream media exposes the grave injustices found in California’s family court cases.

For decades family courts have faced criticism from  people trapped in divorces  who describe unfair support orders, legal alienation from their children and outright dismissal of property  and First Amendment Rights . Courts dismiss those who complain as disgruntled litigants, but the  complaints show something far more sinister.

Sacramento County was the first to speak up about family court matters – and investigative reporters, bloggers, activists  and social media specialists began to expose the darker side of family court judges and proceedings.

Ultimately, many of the most vocal critics were involved in the production of Divorce…

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From Ken Ditkowsky–Another nursing home operator indicted for millions!

It looks as though the feds are now finding medicare and medicaid and state funded nursing homes a lucrative source of fraud=indictments means more money returned to the state and federal government.

My only question is, what took so long and what about investigating whether not some or all of theses elders can b returned to their family members and these estate draining guardianships be ended?  Also the massive funds spent by medicare/medicaid on psychotropic and other drugs which are non FDA approved for such an usage should be returned to the source of funding.

Read on:

From Cynthia Stevens

One big answer I think is those of us with a conscience, no matter our ages or whatever, must start running for office.  Start local and keep on keeping on. Have your friends join you.  We had a couple of cousins with a conscience get elected to Chillicothe City Council…

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Response to USPTO request for information on my suspension by the IARDC

He is what I filed with the OED earlier this week.  It makes it clear the Sykes case was utterly corrupt, the ARDC is hopelessly corrupt and everyone needs to be fired there, and many, many lawyers need to be indicted.  We need not mention names.  Hundreds of you have filed perfectly valid complaints against (clouted) attorneys that were routinely dismissed and went no where.  The JIB is a joke and rarely goes after judges who are even obviously corrupt.

You know I am after them, and apparently the ARDC now wants me to help honest citizens file complaint after complaint to all the authorities–the ARDC and JIB to see how many valid complaints can be dismissed, as well as the states attorneys and the FBI.

As for me, I sit in the catbird seat now just accumulating excuse after excuse to publish, or not to publish.  Let them figure…

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From Ken Ditkowsky–how a new Yale Law Articles reinforces the First Amendment and occupational speech and the rights of lawyers who can and should speak out against improprieties in the US Court System

Trying to draw a distinction between professional speech and private speech as suggested in the article  Professional Speech

Professional Speech

By Claudia E. Haupt
abstract. Professionals speak in the course of exercising their profession.
is to create a distinction without a difference.   The unexplored portions of the 1st Amendment are an illusion in light of the cases of Citizens United, Alvarez, et al.  Government in America is ‘LIMITED’ and while it is not politically correct to mention that fact we added to our Constitution the BILL OF RIGHTS and every State has adopted something similar.   In `1865 *** with the enactment of the 14th Amendment we made certain that the limitations of the Bill of Rights applied to the States.
Many in our government would like to limit mandates of the First Amendment and create barriers to speaking out against x or y or…

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