Re: The Guardians documentary film on iTunesThis
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Subject: Courts Fail to Protect Elders from Abuse says Senate Committee on Aging 2018 Report released today
PDF download of full U.S. SENATE REPORT YOU PAID FOR IT
Hamilton County Ohio Probate Court
Before you vote next time please make sure you know what kind of person they are
Ralph Winkler Stop Elder Abuse and Exploitation www.TawnFichter.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy your time with your Elders and keep them out of Probate Courts ” Protection”
Love landed Elinor Frerichs in a secured facility for people with dementia.
Twelve days after the death of her husband, 95-year-old Frerichs married a friend 26 years her junior, a man who watched the same TV shows and made her feel “happier than ever.”
But shortly after saying “I do,” Frerichs was placed under a court conservatorship at the recommendation of a psychologist and Adult Protective Services. She was hospitalized and her marriage was annulled — partly to shield her estate, estimated at $1 million.
Despite concerns over her…
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So I read this, and I thought, maybe those crazy father’s rights cases do have a point.
A single mother brings home baby from the hospital and she has constitutional rights.
Dad has to get a DNA test and even then his rights are conditional?
Why the difference?
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HOUSTON (FOX 26) – “This is by far the largest sanction I’ve ever been a part of or ever heard of being imposed against CPS,” said attorney Dennis Slate.
Family Law Judge Mike Schneider says he would have made Child Protective Services pay even more but didn’t want to burden taxpayers.
The judge found CPS case worker Levar Jones and his supervisor Niesha Edwards lied in order to take Michael and Melissa Bright’s 2-year-old daughter and 5-month-old son away from them.
“I think people would be really concerned if they actually sat here and listened to all of these days worth of CPS covering up the lies they told,” Slate said.
The Brights’ 2-year-old daughter ended up being abused in foster care.
“We’ve got a little girl with a black eye…
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A retired nurse in her 90s testified how her questions helped uncover thefts committed by a west suburban financial institution account manager who was sentenced Monday to four years in prison.
Christine Lang, 48, of Summit, was sentenced Monday on a count of felony theft in DuPage County court. The former account manager at the Trust Company of Illinois in Downers Grove, stole $328,000 from the accounts of three elderly clients and spent much of the money at riverboat casinos, DuPage County prosecutors said.
One of the victims, a woman in her 90s, testified at Lange’s sentencing hearing that she called Lange in 2016 when TCI failed to mail her quarterly statements. Lange promised to send a statement but failed to do so, the woman said. TCI finally mailed her a…
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“Oh my God, we dropped her!” Sandra Snipes said she heard the nursing home aides yell as she fell to the floor. She landed on her right side where her hip had recently been replaced.
She cried out in pain. A hospital clinician later discovered her hip was dislocated.
That was not the only injury Snipes, then 61, said she suffered in 2011 at Richmond Pines Healthcare & Rehabilitation Center in Hamlet, N.C. Nurses allegedly had been injecting her twice a day with a potent blood thinner despite written instructions to stop.
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