From Ken Ditkowsky–Nursing Home Fraud and Robert Jaycox

MaryGSykes.com

The nursing home eviction are a side of the coin that also has to be addressed.    An eviction from a nursing home usually occurs when the last dollar has been extracted from the ‘victim’ and no matter what is tried the poor soul just will not die!

The Robert Jaycox case was so typical it barely raised an eyebrow.    Jaycox was the victim of an undiagnosed drug reaction.     The medication left him with severe and unrelenting spasms of pain in his legs that totally disabled him.   This was one of the side effects of the medication that his doctor prescribed for him, but no one in the hospital or the nursing home took the time to read the sheet on side effects.
Jaycox’s problems began when he invested his and his significant other’s life savings with a crooked real estate operator.   This led…

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From Ken Ditkowsky–good drivers beware, mass fraud still occurring at red stop lights

MaryGSykes.com

In case you are an Illinois resident and your strong stomach is not in a turmoil — Our Political elite are engaged in rank FRAUD and no one gives a damn!

Red-light cameras reap suburbs millions: Sun-Times/ABC7 special report

THE WATCHDOGS 05/22/2017, 11:16pm

Red-light cameras at the intersection of North and 25th avenues in Melrose Park are among the most lucrative ones in the Chicago area. | Tim Boyle/For the Sun-Times

Red-light cameras brought in nearly $67 million last year for 86 Chicago suburbs and the companies that operate the devices, an investigation by the Chicago Sun-Times and ABC7 Chicago’s I-Team has found.

Fines collected from drivers accused of running red lights in the suburbs now far surpass the amount of money reaped by the city of Chicago’s extensive and unpopular network, the Sun-Times and ABC7 found.

Between…

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From Ken Ditkowsky–time to stop the Fraud at the IARDC by Jerome Larkin

MaryGSykes.com

To: Iardc Postmaster <postmaster@iardc.org>, and 100 others…
Subject: Jerome Larkin frauds
Date: May 24, 2017 10:09 PM
Mr. Larkin and members of the IARDC
Is it not time for Illinois to enter the 21st Century and for the IARDC to end its racism!   I know that so far the media has placed a curtain of silence on your Jim Crow activities, but, let me make it very clear – hundreds of independent citizens are upset by the racism that Mr. larkin and the IARDC exhibited toward Lanre Amu and Civil Rights icon Diane Nash and rest assured one conversation at a time we will get the word out and demand Justice for all regardless of the color of their skin!
The Lanre Amu case is a blot on the integrity of the State of Illinois and the United States of America whether you are able…

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From FB: Michigan AG suspends questionable practice of acquiring homes in foreclosure from the deceased

MaryGSykes.com

Now this is an interesting practice:

http://www.wxyz.com/news/local-news/investigations/michigan-ag-suspends-probate-foreclosure-practice-in-wake-of-investigation

I can understand someone watching for homes that fall into foreclosure because the owners died, but to somehow make massive profits off of this is just unreal.

And for relatives not to be notified there is a problem and let them fix it first is also very troubling.

There are many probate practices that simply have to be done fairer and with more justice.

Let’s hope the Michigan Attorney General does something to protect the public from these vultures, although I wonder about the chances of that happening since significant numbers of the poor in Michigan are still left with brown drinking water that has not been fixed for years. That should be a crime too.

JoAnne

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From FB–Cops ask woman to show them her gun, then they shoot her for doing so, and it’s all caught on video by the family (allegedly) and the family sues for wrongful death

MaryGSykes.com

What a sad and horrible story.  See the link here.

We have a culture of everyone has a gun, but if you get near police with your gun, and you comply with their requests, you will get shot.

Prayers to the family.

joanne

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From Karen Federighi–Listen to her story 5/26 at 10 pm EST

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As many of you know, Karen Federighi is a smart nurse with advanced degrees and who was teaching CNE (Continuing Nursing Eduction) and working 2 jobs when a greedy relative produced some bogus reports and in under an hour, she was declared incompetent by the State of Florida.  No one would do anything to help her and the State “professional” guardian took all her ID’s, her bank accounts, all her personal belonging and her home, and kept her in a hotel.  The reason? She is due an inheritance. So Karen escaped to another country. She posts nearly every day on Facebook and if you think she is incompetent, then you’re for sure ready for a real guardianship.

She has been struggling every day to get out of the guardianship. But none of the lawyers, the judges and of course the “professional” guardian will let her, so she just escaped to…

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From NASGA–Univ. of Cal. study says, the more you hang out with Mom, the longer she’ll live.

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http://nasga-stopguardianabuse.blogspot.com/2017/05/study-shows-more-you-hang-out-with-your.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+blogspot%2FURWOK+%28National+Association+to+Stop+Guardian+Abuse%29

Study Shows the More You Hang Out With Your Mom, the Longer She’ll Live

Inviting Grandma over for dinner may actually extend her life — and increase its quality — a new study shows.

Researchers at the University of California, San Francisco found that loneliness plays a large role in the decline so often associated with old age. The study followed 1,600 adults, with an average age of 71 — despite controlling for socioeconomic status and health, the lonely consistently held higher mortality rates. Nearly 23% of lonely participants died within six years of the study, as opposed to only 14% of those that reported adequate companionship.

“The need we’ve had our entire lives — people who know us, value us, who bring us joy — that never goes away,” Barbara Moscowitz, senior geriatric social worker at Massachusetts General Hospital, explained to The New York Times.

The elderly…

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