Archive for September, 2012

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September 30, 2012

Financial Exploitation of the Elderly With Guest David Kessler

Exploiting our elderly out of their life long savings and property is far more than stealing material items, it goes deeper. It is the THEFT OF THEIR DIGNITY.

David Kessler’s presentation will allow the audience to hear from the victims and how these crimes have impacted their lives and also from the predators who victimize and how they located and exploited America’s senior citizens.

The RED FLAG warning signs that are almost always present but overlooked by the family, friends, and business associates of the elderly victim will be discussed to bring quicker awareness to the victimization.

How to handle the problem once it is exposed and where to go for assistance is a major topic of the training.

If you interact with senior citizens in your personal life or in a business environment Mr. Kessler’s training is a must to bring awareness to this enormous problem of exploiting our senior citizens financially through deception and undue influence.

Being proactive on this problem is the greatest form of protecting our elderly loved ones or customer service for our elderly clients.

Source: Financial Exploitation of the Elderly, With Guest David Kesler

Lawless America Movie Trailer

September 30, 2012

Published on Sep 26, 2012 by


Lawless America Movie Trailer by Naomi Chambers

Lawless America…The Movie is all about exposing the fact that we now live in Lawless America.

We no longer have laws that are enforced because judges do whatever they want to do. America has also become lawless because government officials are dishonest and/or corrupt.

The movie will expose corruption in every state. The Movie will focus on victims. Corrupt judges and corrupt government officials will be exposed, and we will confront a number of the crooks.

If anyone has ever questioned the story of a person who has expressed the view that they were a victim of the government or of judges, this movie will prove that the odds are that the corruption report was true. In fact, there are probably tens of millions of victims in the United States who never realized what happened to them.

One feature length documentary movie is being produced. It will be shown in theaters, on Netflix, Blockbuster, and other such video places, and the movie will be presented at the Sundance Film Festival and other film festivals.

In addition, videos will be produced for each state and for each type of corruption. Everyone who is interviewed for the film will record a three-minute segment that will be done as testimony before Congress as well as a 30-60 minute on-camera interview with Bill Windsor, founder of and GRIP, and candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives. The legislators in each state will receive the testimony from those in their state, and the members of the U.S. House and Senate will receive all of the testimony nationwide.

Over 750 people are already scheduled to be interviewed for the movie.

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Psychiatric Coercion and Restraint

September 30, 2012

Today, psychiatrists’ use of physical and chemical restraints in mental institutions is a very lucrative procedure.

Psychiatric Coercion and Restraint

Pauper v. Probate: Tennessee on Trial

September 29, 2012

Pauper Case No. : PD2
Probate Court Filed: September 25, 2012

(The Biggest Business in the World)

Federal Lawsuit
So far, this federal lawsuit filed in the US District Court of Kentucky seems to be gaining traction. Considering the pro se litigant is typically summarily dismissed, it appears the magistrate has found good cause to demand responses from all Defendants. 
Also, a legal mind with a substantial cirriculum vitae has blogged about the Conservatorship of John Daniel Tate confirming that Judge Randy Kennedy “pretended to terminate” the conservatorship.
Probate Judge Randy Kennedy: Nashville’s one-man wealth redistribution machine (TN) – Estate of Denial
Gerry W. Beyer :: Texas Tech University School of La
Further orders entered in Kennedy’s court have left the conservatorship “open” and the conservator, David E. Tate, under fiduciary oath. This defies logic and common sense, shows an abuse of power, judicial retribution, and, most importantly, invokes distrust with the citizenry bringing the entire judiciary into disrepute.
Conservatorship/guardianship should never be adversarial. In the ex parte hearing, before Danny Tate had ever been in the court room, Judge Randy Kennedy announces this as a “contentious conservatorship”.
Impeach Judge Randy Kennedy: October 23, 2007 Ex Parte Hearing vs. Danny Tate- Part 1.m4v – YouTube
This reveals motive and why probate creates a legal fiction to justify their legalized racketeering. Advocate groups refer to it as “the protection racket”, i.e. looting of estates before one is in the grave under color of law and guise of protection.
Also, conservatorship/guardianship is not meant to be punitive. This, and all known conservatorships in the 7th Circuit Court, Davidson County at Nashville, TN, have exemplified just the opposite, proving egregiously punitive.
State bar association hears horror stories about problems with Tennessee’s conservatorship law

Full Article and Source:
Pauper v. Probate: Tennessee on Trial

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State bar association hears horror stories about problems with Tennessee’s conservatorship law

Chester County Man Found Guilty of Bilking Elderly Parents of $500,000

September 29, 2012

WEST CHESTER, Pa. (CBS) — A Chester County jury has convicted a man on 80 counts of theft and fraud — against his own parents and other family members.

The Davis family had a successful heating oil business.

When parents Boyd and Nelda took ill years ago, their son, Boyd Jr., was granted power of attorney and, through various means, skimmed more than half a million dollars from their bank accounts.

“This is money that he probably would have gotten anyway, when his parents died,” notes Chester County DA Tom Hogan. “It became clear to us that his parents just weren’t dying fast enough for him.”

Full Article and Source:
Chester County Man Found Guilty of Bilking Elderly Parents of $500,000

T.S. Radio: The Kidnapping of Dorothy Wilson

September 28, 2012

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On Sunday, September 23, 2012 we were privileged to have Diane Wilson, daughter of Dorothy Wilson as a guest on TS Radio. The discussion centered around the kidnapping, imprisonment and isolation of Dorothy Wilson. While isolated and moved from one home to another, her home was mortgaged, her personal possessions sold or given away.

At one point, Bristal Assisted Living facility charged Dorothy’s estate $53,000 for one month’s stay.
Her home was used to receive a reverse mortgage for $275,000. This, along with $2300 a month in income all disappeared with no acounting by the guardian. Two years after Dorothys’ initial kidnapping, the guardian had burned through $350,000 of the estate.
On October 23, 2011 after two years of abuse, neglect and isolation, Dorothy Wilson died of loneliness and despair. This woman who had lived a good life and had planned her retirement, had an ample income and valuable assets, was left penniless by the guardian. At this point the guardian petitioned the court to allow her to resign as Dorothy’s guardian. Dorothy died just one week before she might have been reunited with her daughter, Diane.

The Truth Squad: The Kidnapping of Dorothy Wilson

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NASGA:  Dorothy Wilson, NY Victim

Source: YouTube: Judicial Destruction of Dorothy Wilson

Source: YouTube: In Remembrance of Dorothy Wilson, Guardianship Victim

State Bar notifies judges of attorney Kip Lamb’s suspension

September 28, 2012

The Commission for Lawyer Discipline, an arm of the State Bar of Texas, recently filed a letter notifying Jefferson County district judges of the suspension of Beaumont attorney Kip Lamb.

As previously reported, the petition to suspend the attorney’s practice was filed July 10 in Jefferson County District Court.

Judge Bob Wortham, 58th District Court, granted the petition on July 25, court records show.

On Sept. 6 the commission filed a letter, asking District Clerk Lolita Ramos to disseminate the information to the Jefferson County District Judges.

According to the petition, on April 14, 2008, Lamb received $1,094,611.02 into his trust account as his client’s (New Life Tabernacle Church) portion of a settlement.

Lamb later transferred the funds to other bank accounts for his own personal use and his law firm’s use, the petition states.

“In this case, (Lamb’s) conduct is unbecoming of a lawyer and will unquestionably place any client or prospective client at risk … of having their settlement misappropriated,” the petition states.

“Accordingly, (Lamb) must be suspended from the practice of law pending a final disposition of the disciplinary proceedings currently pending against him.”

Full Article and Source:
State Bar notifies judges of attorney Kip Lamb’s suspension

The Financial Exploitation of Seniors: What You Should Know

September 28, 2012

“If elder abuse happened to me, Mickey Rooney, it can happen to anybody.”

The Financial Exploitation of Seniors: What You Should Know. Stonington TRIAD , a national partnership between law enforcement, seniors and community

Recommended Website: Probate Sharks

September 27, 2012

Our mission is to expose and remedy corruption in the Probate Court of Cook County, Illinois. We assist, educate and enlighten families of the dead, the dying, the disabled and the aged to better understand their rights in order to protect themselves from the excesses of the Probate Court of Cook County. is dedicated to networking the human element of people to people. We join together in reforming the corrupt Cook County Probate Court system.


Paralegal Blows Whistle on Ex-Boss, Says Cash Went in Book on Shelf; Lawyer Suspended for One Month

September 27, 2012

A paralegal who once worked for Iowa attorney Sara Anna Kersenbrock blew the whistle on her former boss, filing a 2010 disciplinary complaint that resulted in a one-month license suspension.

In a Friday opinion (PDF), the state supreme court imposed the sanction, rejecting a public reprimand proposed by the court’s attorney grievance commission.

The paralegal was a witness for the prosecution in the attorney discipline case, testifying that Kersenbrock didn’t deposit a number of client retainers into her trust account when she worked for the attorney between 2005 and 2010. Instead, Kersenbrock put retainer checks into her law firm operating account and put cash retainers into a drawer or in books on her bookshelf, then spent them when she needed money, the paralegal testified.

Testifying on her own behalf, Kersenbrock said she wasn’t required to deposit most of the retainers into her trust account, because they had already been earned when she put them into her operating account. She acknowledged some record-keeping issues, which she said she had taken steps to correct. She also said she had temporarily put one $3,000 cash retainer in her “sock drawer” for several weeks.

Full Article and Source:
Paralegal Blows Whistle on Ex-Boss, Says Cash Went in Book on Shelf; Lawyer Suspended for One Month