Controversial Gship: Britney Spears. Is she ready for freedom? Was she fleeced in gship like so many others?

I have to tell you, I am only asking the questions.  As most people know, 10 years ago, Ms. Spears was in the throes of drug addiction and psychosis.  We all know that.  Her parents stepped in and guardianized her and made her live in their home and disconnected drug dealers and druggie friends. While it appears this is a success story, how much did the lawyers charge?  Obviously her kids still have a mom, but at what cost?  do you think the lawyers should have helped her for free or low cost?  I do.  Then again, how much can anyone charge to save a highly talented life?  But maybe you think otherwise.

Britney Spears may soon be released from the court ordered conservatorship that was imposed upon the Mickey Mouse Club star in 2008 after she was taken to a psychiatric hospital. It has been more than 10…

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From KD/GS–Call for Court Watchers 4/16/18 at 2pm and to do justice on the 18th floor of the Daley Center

Subject: complaint against Jerome Larkin his part in the elder cleansing felonies targeting Mary Sykes 09 P 4585. – and the thefts of Gloria Sykes’ property
Date: Apr 3, 2018 7:03 PM
The fight for Justice and in particular the fight against ELDER CLEANSING/HUMAN TRAFFICKING rages on and no quarter is being given the victims, their families, etc.   So  much  money is available to steal from MEDICARE (and other Federal Health care programs) and from the elderly themselves that the incentive to continue the felonies and the assault on America’s core values is no where near ending.
Any investigator with any competence at all would upon examination of the Cook County, Illinois Probate case of Mary G Sykes 09 P 4585 would be impressed by:
  1. the lack of service of summons (and in particular, the failure to serve a summons that complied with 755…

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From MG: Now is the time to get Equal Rights for Coparenting in Illinois


HB4113 has been assigned to the Judiciary Committee.  The Judiciary Committee is comprised of 10 lawyers and 1 law student (our only Co-Sponsor in the Judiciary Committee).  They are controlled by the ISBA (IL State Bar Association.

The Committee hearing on HB4113 is Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 8:00AM.  What you can do (And request everyone you know to do the same):

  1. Get on-line and create a Witness Slip as a PROPONENT.  You NEED to do this even if you have done it before.  Witness Slips do not carry over from one Committee hearing to the next.  If you are a member of any organization (IF, IFFE, WIFFE, LW4SP, NPO, CRC, whatever, list that you are with them.)  The Opponents have already started massive emails to their members.  (We always beat them in numbers; but we need to stomp them here.) (You can…

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From KKD–NY Judge arrested for stealing–get this–ladies dirty panties!

You know, I am always advocating for the testing of attorneys and judges for psychopathy and banning them from the bar.  This can be doe with a PET brain scan.  Of course if they did this, it would empty most of the disciplinary agencies that let this stuff happen and are mostly psychopaths themselves.


Suffolk County District Court Judge Robert Cicale. Photo: Suffolk County Police Department via APSuffolk County District Court Judge Robert Cicale. Photo: Suffolk County Police Department via AP

The New York Court of Appeals has suspended a Suffolk County District Court judge who was arrested last week and charged with burglary after he was caught with women’s underwear…

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From EB: Tramadol is widely used in nursing homes, but is it the most dangerous drug in the world?

This article says yes.

Tramadol: The most dangerous drug in the world

image (cropped) courtesy of Frankie Leon (Flickr)

Imagine a prescription medication that relieves pain just as well as narcotics like Oxycontin, but isn’t addictive. Too good to be true?

Turns out, yes.

For years, that was the case with Tramadol, a synthetic opioid drug that was released in 1995 under the brand name Ultram to great expectations. This new drug seemed to offer all the benefits of more powerful, more addictive drugs, but with fewer of the downsides of dependency — at least in clinical trials. This was apparently in part because trials examined tramadol use by injection, but it is manufactured — and far more potent — in pill form.

And if the drug was unlikely to make people dependent, it was not likely to be abused, unlike other opioid alternatives like Vicodin (also known as Norco), Percocet — let alone be…

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From AG: It’s women’s herstory month. How much do you really know about women’s legal herstory. How much do your kids know?

From Alan Greyson, Congressional Rep:

When do women face attacks on equal access to health care? Now.

When have women been denied equal pay? Now.

When have conservatives organized nationally to block the Equal Rights Amendment? Now. Here and now.

And if you’re looking for history (or herstory), look how slowly change has come: The 19th Amendment, giving women the vote, was ratified “only” 129 years after the Bill of Rights, and “only” 50 years after the 15th Amendment gave male ex-slaves the vote. Contraceptives weren’t covered under the Public Health Service Act until 1970, 26 years after the PHSA itself became law. “Female hysteria” was a recognized (albeit fictive) mental illness until 1952. (One of the baneful symptoms of female hysteria was “sexual desire.”) The states have passed more than a thousand anti-abortion laws to try to counter Roe v. Wade since 1973. And, of course, women are paid…

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