From Paul Simmerly–The US Supreme Court and “bribes” for cases in front of them

Reposted with permission of the author:



Query: Is it legal malpractice for an attorney to fail to advise his/her client to offer payment or gifts to the Justices hearing their case?

On February 13, 2016, United States Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died at a remote, ultra-excl us ive, luxury West Texas hunting lodge, while staying there for free. The hunting lodge was owned by a busines s man whose company had recently had a matter before the Supreme Court. The businessman’s company prevailed in the matter. See the New York Times article written by Eric Lipton which was reprinted by the Seattle Times:

According to the article: “Among the court’s members, (Scalia) was the most frequent traveler, to spots around the globe, on trips paid for by private sponsors…Though that…

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From Denise Rothmeier on FB: Crime Victim’s Fund

For sure the ARDC doesn’t pay out on crime victims.  They deny the lawyers did anything wrong when in fact they clearly did, or they make up excuses why they don’t have to pay (thanks Jerome Larkin, we know what side you are on after the Seth Gillman prosecution that only happened after he turned state’s evidence).

Thank you Denise Rothmeier and FB for reminding us of this fund.

Let me know if anyone has any problems with their applications:

Today I am send two applications for crime victim compensation to the Attorney General’s Office. When these two families approached me with their situation as crime victims neither of them had been informed of victim compensation. Even though both had reported the offense to law enforcement. If you know of anyone who is a victim of crime, please inform them of crime victim compensation or refer them to me and…

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From Ken Ditkowsky–the need for an Honest Investigation of Elder Cleansing Continues

To: Chicago FBI <>, Probate Sharks <>, “JoAnne M. Denison” <>, Bev Cooper <>, Andy Ostrowski <>, “J. Ditkowsky” <>, Janet Phelan <>
Subject: How to steal a billion dollars
Date: Nov 10, 2016 4:12 PM
Many years ago I ran across a Charity scam.     It was a full proof money laundering scheme that was full proof and very simple.   The scammer would make a charitable contribution and recover the contribution by a series of mesne transactions that benefited the donor.   Let me simplify the transaction.   I give ten dollars to a charity.   The charity then buys an twenty cent apple from me for ten dollars and ten cents.    It is my recent understanding that the nursing home cabal has a wrinkle on this scam – i.e. a kickback of x % in cash for every dollar contributed.  …

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From Huffington Post: Is Guardianship nothing but Human Trafficking?

The ARDC doesn’t think so, and if you protest that it is, the Illinois Supreme Court Backs up Jerome Larkin and the ARDC by saying it’s legal to own the elderly, force them into nursing homes against their will and fleece their estates with outrageous nursing home fees and legal fees.  And I’m sure at one time, many Illinois Lawyers and Judges stood behind state’s rights to enslave Africans and keep women from taking the bar exam or even being licensed as attorneys. The past is not always right.

Let’s see what the Huffington Post has to say on the issue:

Is Elder Guardianship A New Form Of Human Trafficking?

09/13/2016 01:25 pm ET

As the 71st session of the General Assembly of the United Nations begins this week to discuss international issues that affect the lives of millions throughout the world…

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Joseph Dubow has passed over yesterday and we will miss him very much

It is with a very heavy heart I must announce the passing over of Joseph C. Dubow, CPA, the other man in my office whom I have a great fondness for.  I talked to him last Thursday or Friday of last week and he seemed well and in good spirits, as usual.

He was 85 and will be missed very much by those of you who met him.

He was always very kind and generous, sympathetic and understanding.

He will be missed by many.

The funeral is supposed to be for Friday, tomorrow, Dec. 10, 2016 and I will make an announcement on my blog soon as I know the details.

He was a great friend to Ken Ditkowsky, who rented him an office for years, and likely decades.

I know I will miss him greatly, but I know he is in a wonderful place–CPA heaven, with all the great…

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From a Blog Fan–CA Jury Awards $3.1 Million in Damages to Mother Whose Baby Was Seized Without a Warrant, Accused of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy

I know that many of you have complained your children have been stripped from you wrongfully, without due process and then the DCFS files and police files go missing or are unavailable and you have recorded what happened and what you record and what they say to your face is completely different that what goes on in court.

My prayers are with you all. Read on for encouragement.

by Monica Mears
Health Impact News

After a six-year court battle, a mother in Los Angeles who lost custody of her 15-month-old baby through false abuse charges won a major battle for parental rights last week.

When Rafaelina Duval’s son Ryan was seized by L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) in 2010, she was falsely accused of intentionally starving him. He had been diagnosed by a pediatrician with “failure to thrive,” but the doctor at the time also noted…

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From FB: Family sues over horrific abuse to grandma in nursing home

From Channel 4, New York Exclusive story:

I-Team: Photos Show Nursing Home Patient Left Sitting in Human Waste

Family of an elderly Alzheimer’s patient say photos taken inside Woodcrest Health Center in New Milford, New Jersey, show their mother was left to sit in her own feces with excrement smeared across her face.

The disturbing allegations of neglect are part of a lawsuit against Woodcrest and its parent company, Care One, a New Jersey nursing home operator with dozens of facilities across the Garden State.

“Facilities like this should not be allowed to take care of people,” said Susan Baines, the nursing home patient’s daughter.

“Every time we went there it was another issue,” said the patient’s son, Steven Paganessi. “She wasn’t being fed. She had fallen. She was covered head to toe in feces.”

Top Tri-State News Photos a spokesman for Care One, declined to address specific accusations in…

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From Ken Ditkowsky – Universal Health Care in the US threatened by Universal Fraud in Health Care

It is now getting to be very clear that America has more to fear from those in power than it has to fear even our enemies.   Our enemies are honest – they hate us and want us dead; however, the current gang of 18 USCA 371 co-conspirators not only have no respect for us (the functional equivalent of hating us) but want to destroy all that we as a Nation held dear before they destroy us (the functional equivalent of killing us).
There is nothing  from our politicians in Illinois that we can necessarily believe.   Everything is calculated to deceive.    The health care fiasco is no exception.   WHY HAS OBAMA CARE HAD PROBLEMS WITH EXPENSIVE POLICIES?    It really never had a chance as there were privileged people out there in the health care industry such as Seth Gillman, Philip Esformes, ***** who were stealing…

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From Facebook–Vimeo Film explains how the disabled are forced into institutions were they are often abused, locked up and never see the light of day

Disableds exploited in facilities

tells the story of one brain injury person showing how he was locked up, could not leave and was abused and the care facility was in the biz doing this to many others  A must see.

This is where for profit and institutions filing guardianships lead to, people without rights, without hope and it’s all assisted by the court system and their crony lawyers and GALs.

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From Facebook–Chicago Board of Ethics met with lackluster enthusiasm by Chicago aldermen.

And in an article which is of absolutely no surprise to any Chicagoan:

The city of Chicago has a well-documented, longstanding, widespreadproblem with public corruption. The latest example can be found in the 20thWard, where Alderman Willie Cochran is under federal investigation for his use of campaign funds.

For reform-minded aldermen, annual budget hearings are an opportune time to address this problem. But at the Chicago Board of Ethics budget hearing Oct. 21, a mere 10 of 50 city aldermen bothered to show up.

During the budgeting process, politicians have the opportunity to publicly question city officials charged with keeping corruption in check as those officials justify their budgets. But at the Board of Ethics hearing, aldermen did not ask a single question.

Instead, Alderman Anthony Beale, 9th Ward, played “Go Cubs, Go” from his cellphone in reference to the board’s recent ruling

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