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From FB/Elizabeth Indig–April Parks is going down-Hurray!



Finally, after over 2 years of delays in Family Court, our trial against private guardian April Parks took place.

.The honorable Judge Nancy Allf presided.  Homa and Adam Woodrum did a great job of representing my mom. I am so grateful.

After over 4 hours of testimony, Judge Allf made her ruling.



She then went on to order that Parks is not entitled to any of the $22k in guardian fees and she must return the $13k she prepaid herself.
Noelle Palmer Simpson (Park’s first attorney) is to return the $3000 she was supposedly paid by Parks.

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From ABC News-Abuse at Nursing Homes rampant



Reports of serious, physical, sexual and verbal abuse are “numerous” among the nation’s nursing homes, according to a congressional report released today.

The study, prepared by the minority (Democratic and Independent) staff of the Special Investigations Division of the House Government Reform Committee, finds that 30 percent of nursing homes in the United States — 5,283 facilities — were cited for almost 9,000 instances of abuse over a recent two-year period, from January 1999 to January 2001.

Common problems included untreated bedsores, inadequate medical care, malnutrition, dehydration, preventable accidents, and inadequate sanitation and hygiene, the report said.

Many of the abuse violations caused harm to the residents, the report said.

In 1,601 cases, the abuse violations were serious enough “to cause actual harm to residents or to place the residents in immediate jeopardy of death or serious injury,” it said.

“What we have found is shocking,” says Rep. Henry…

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From Andy Ostrowski–Corruption in Pennsylvania


When Justice Alito was still on the Third Circuit, he was on the panel before whom I appeared, and authored the an opinion in a case early in my civil rights career, I represented a man, David Chittister, who sued the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development for First Amendment retaliation and for violations of the Family Medical Leave Act.  The case was mentioned in his Supreme Court confirmation hearings – https://books.google.com/books?id=cQPWT1nb6soC&pg=PA1362&lpg=PA1362&dq=chittister+v+dced&source=bl&ots=6TSDkb3E3t&sig=FC_m5lu6P_x6joWcBjAA38UK1GY&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwi6p-fap-zQAhWD4iYKHYO9DfIQ6AEINDAE#v=onepage&q=chittister%20v%20dced&f=false.

The claim involved a scheme to circumvent an open political graft program (the “WAM” program for “Walking Around Money”) which Governor Tom Ridge eliminated as a campaign promise.  It was a significant factor in his election.  Upon the change in administration, the money earmarked for that program was funneled through a program managed by Mr. Chittister.  He denied the one-line requests for a few thousand dollars here and there for no programmatic purpose, and began to…

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From Ken Ditkowsky–Free Speech making come back on campuses


kenneth ditkowsky

7:42 AM (4 hours ago)
To: states attorneys and FBI and probate and court bloggers
It is unsafe to be old in Florida, Illinois, New York, California *****.    Too many seniors are literally taken off the street and placed into guardianships designed to strip them of their liberty, property and humanity.   As long as their is one Mary Sykes or Alice Gore case that remains unpunished and protected by the likes of Jerome Larkin and his Attorney Registration and Disciplinary commission the core values of America are in jeopardy and the First, Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments is being trampled on.    Attorneys who called for an HONEST INVESTIGATION were greeted with Kangaroo proceedings masquerading as disciplinary proceedings.  Families who complained were told that the corrupt judges and lawyers conducting the violations of our constitution were lauded.   The Guardian ad Litem who orchestrated the elder cleansing…

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From WSJ and Ken Ditkowsky–Feds arrest Corp Officers involved in Opioid drug kickbacks to docs



Of course, everyone knows that the main revenue stream keeping Elder Cleansing alive is the over use of opiods and psych drugs on the elderly and disabled.

Only one problem, the use of psych drugs and opiods in elders and disableds comes with a black box warning against such use by the FDA and is highly illegal.

Probate courts condemn the elderly to slums and ghettos called “nursing homes” who then drug the patients to death.  If they resist, they are held down and shot up with halodol (Wyman and Teichert).  No one stops this.  If Protective Family members protest, they are smeared and called felons, drug addicts (when it’s the probate judges and attorneys forcing illegal drugs on seniors and disableds) and they are threatened.

Look at this indictment and see why it is nearly impossible to stop the machine, until people get fed up and light a…

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From Huffington Post: Judges for sale !



Judges for Sale

01/20/2012 05:49 pm ET | Updated Mar 21, 2012

This column originally appeared in the Chicago Journal.

Hey bud, would you like to buy a judge? Judges in Illinois can be bought by cash or votes.

The Central Committee of the Democratic Party of Cook County buys judges with the promise of votes, naming them to the party’s official slate in exchange for implicit support. The key phrase at the slating session of prospective judges is “I am a lifelong Democrat,” which is code for saying, I’ll decide cases when I can the way the party wants.

Terry Lavin, a current slated candidate, put his credentials for judge at the slating session this way: “I have been a loyal Democrat. I voted in each of the Democratic primaries [of the] last twenty years. I helped the Speaker [Illinois House…

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From Roseanna Miller–Deaf woman wins $600k judgment for ill treatment by police under ADA


Now the real question is, why are the deaf being covered by the ADA but elders and disableds suffering abuse, bedsores and chemical restraints generally receive no protection from our state and federal court system under the ADA?


Deaf Woman To Get $750,000 For Hellish Ordeal With NYPD

“Deaf individuals have rights, and they do not have to tolerate discrimination and injustices of any kind.”

10/28/2015 01:18 pm ET | Updated Oct 30, 2015

NEW YORK — A New York City woman, who is deaf and says NYPD officers wrongfully arrested her and then ignored her pleas for an American Sign Language interpreter, has settled her lawsuit against the city for $750,000, a sum her lawyers say is the largest ever deaf discrimination settlement for a single person.

“Our client is pleased that she can now move on with her life and…

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From the American Family Physician Website–information on the dangerous use of psych drugs as chemical restraints in nursing homes.


Appropriate Use of Psychotropic Drugs in Nursing Homes

Am Fam Physician. 2000 Mar 1;61(5):1437-1446.

The Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (OBRA) of 1987 limited the use of psychotropic medications in residents of long-term care facilities. Updates of OBRA guidelines have liberalized some dosing restrictions, but documentation of necessity and periodic trials of medication withdrawal are still emphasized. Antidepressant drugs are typically underutilized in nursing homes. Tricyclic antidepressants have many side effects and thus are not preferred medications in elderly patients. Anxiety and insomnia are common problems in the institutionalized elderly. If behavioral measures are not successful, antidepressant medications with shorter half-lives may avoid drug accumulation, which can lead to excessive sedation, cognitive impairment and an increased risk for falls. In the elderly, antipsychotic medications can cause serious side effects, such as extrapyramidal symptoms and tardive dyskinesia. Newer…

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