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New Mexico: Turning the Law against the innocent

July 6, 2017

Turning a corrupt Judiciary against Citizens The Desert State Life Management Scandal in New Mexico is an excellent example of how a judicial system charged with protecting the lives and assets of seniors has not only failed miserably to do so, but has used its authority and endless decision-making latitude to actually turn the law against the vulnerable innocent citizens of New Mexico. As yet another example of the probate racket having completely overtaken any semblance of judicial propriety [- more...]

Q and A with Dr. Sam Sugar

June 26, 2017

Q&A with Dr. Sam Sugar June 26, 2017 Q&A with Dr. Sam Sugar June 26, 2017 What is the current status of the guardianship crisis in the United States? Sad to say, the more we look the more exploitation and corruption we find. In nearly every state there is a well-oiled, unfettered and unchallengeable system in place that routinely utilizes existing laws designed to protect vulnerable people in our society to instead exploit and abuse them. This court based system puts older Americans [- more...]

Guardian Felony Theft in Colorado

June 14, 2017

CLICK HERE FOR FULL STORY Denver Guardian Steals 1.3 million Ho Hum..another criminal guardian When will the Judges finally stop this crimewave? KUSA – A Jefferson County jury found Denver attorney Glenn Gregory, 55, guilty of thirteen theft-related counts for bilking his 89-year-old step-grandmother, Martha Villano, out of $1.3 million. The money was taken out of Villano’s trust fund, which was meant to provide for her until her death. Gregory, who was a trustee and hand power of [- more...]

AAAPG’s radio and live appearances

May 20, 2017

AAAPG is staffed by volunteers who spend their time and money traveling across America, raising awareness of the dangers of guardianship abuse, as conducted by courts in almost all 50 states, and advocating on behalf of our members, as we seek to reform how the courts conduct guardianship cases.  Here are some of our most recent live appearances: May 17, 2017:  AAAPG National Director Rick Black was hosted on BlogTalk Radio by F.A.C.E.U.S. founders Lulu Fleming and Robin Austin, discussing [- more...]

The Playbook –revealed

April 30, 2017

Professional Guardianship Abuse Playbook Adapted/modified from multiple sources and real cases “Guardianship is about money and only about money”—a direct quote from the Florida Court Examiner Training Manual Video   The following is the playbook court insiders and private guardians use to abuse wards and families and steal funds from the seniors the Probate court appoints them to protect. It is based on real life experiences and testimony of many hundreds of victims in Florida and [- more...]

Court-ordered guardianship: “Legalized exploitation of the elderly”

March 25, 2017

Where is accountability for guardians’ actions? By Diane Dimond / Crime and Justice In my continuing effort to inform readers about what can happen when a family asks a judge to decide a dispute over what to do with their aging parent — may I call your attention, please, to the state of Nevada? The Sagebrush State spawned a court-appointed guardian to beat all others! Elder care guardian April Parks has now been slapped with a 200-count indictment charging her – along with her business [- more...]

New Mexico: AG Balderas and DA Torrez – follow Nevada’s lead and investigate court racketeering in guardianship

March 22, 2017

Calling on New Mexico Law Enforcement Attorney General Hector Balderas and Bernalillo County District Attorney Raúl Torrez Follow the lead of Nevada: Impanel Grand Juries to investigate criminal activities committed by guardians and their attorneys 2. Investigate District Court Judges who have approved property  sales by their appointees at below-market value   Notes from the March 22, 2017 Albuquerque Journal Townhall meeting: Here is a copy of the brochure that was handed out at the [- more...]

Nevada: Grand jury indicts Nevada guardian on more than 200 charges; arrests of attorney and guardians follow indictment

March 10, 2017

By COLTON LOCHHEAD LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL As a guardian, April Parks was tasked with caring for the elderly and infirm in Southern Nevada. As a guardian, she had full control over those people’s finances, their property and nearly every aspect of their lives. And as a guardian, Parks exploited at least 150 of those vulnerable Nevadans and “systemically bilked them out of their life savings,” law enforcement officials said Wednesday. “The only thing we beat them on, really, is we’re [- more...]

Nevada: Attorney indicted on theft and exploitation of the elderly charges

January 5, 2017

CLARK COUNTY (KTNV) – A Grand Jury secured an indictment against attorney Robert Graham on Tuesday. He faces three counts of theft and three counts of exploitation of an older/vulnerable person. Two counts of destroying evidence were also included in the indictment. RELATED: Local attorney abandons clients, according to Nevada State Bar Graham faces 1-10 years for each theft charge, 2-20 years for each exploitation charge, and up to 364 days in jail for destroying evidence. The District [- more...]
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