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Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania: the tragic case of mentally-competent Betty Winstanley

April 9, 2017

by Sharyl Attkisson/FullMeasure.news 04/09/2017 — Sharyl: Court-appointed guardianships for incapacitated adults can do a tremendous service protecting their assets, fielding family feuds, and making difficult decisions. But some elderly feel victimized by the very system tasked with protecting them. One estimate in 2013 found 1.5 million adults were under court-ordered guardianships controlling $273 billion in personal assets. Complaints appear to be growing but it’s impossible to know [- more...]

How Guardianship can easily turn to abuse

February 20, 2016

From the Albuquerque (NM) Journal, an article about Guardianship abuse –  in Pennsylvania.  We guess the rampant guardianship abuse cases all across New Mexico are simply too hot for the Albuquerque Journal to even report about, showing once again, the incredible power of the Judges in keeping all of their documented crimes and those of their court-appointees under total news black-out.  We welcome the day when the Albuquerque Journal finds it within itself to show the same concern for [- more...]

National: America wakes up to find its Judicial branch consumed by organized crime

November 19, 2015

At AAAPG, we recently found the informative website PACourtWatch.com and their excellent series of articles covering all types of judicial and legal abuses, primarily in Pennsylvania.  But clearly PACourtWatch joins us in our belief that these judicial and legal excesses and abuse of power is occurring rampantly, in all 50 states. In order to spread the word, and make the American public aware of the great danger our democracy is in, due to the corruption of the judiciary, we are publishing [- more...]

Pennsylvania: a tale of two guardianships

June 15, 2015

From Rebel Pundit’s Michael Volpe comes a detailed of two different guardianships, both gone horribly awry.  Both guardianships, while involving two unrelated families, occurred in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania’s Orphan’s Court, in front of Judge Stanley Ott.  Both guardianships were awarded by Judge Ott to frequent court-appointee, attorney Diane Zabowski, in direct contradiction to existing Power of Attorney, Wills, and other requests that the ward be represented by counsel [- more...]

June 15: World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

June 12, 2015

In 2011, through Resolution 66/127, the United Nations declared June 15th to be World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.  This year, on June 15th many organizations around the globe are commemorating this day. United Nations: At United Nations headquarters in NYC there will be a presentation, “Elder abuse vs. violence against older persons: what are the differences and what are the solutions?” Organized by the Group of Friends for Older Persons (GoFOP) In commemoration of the 10th Anniversary [- more...]