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You are at risk!

March 20, 2019 // 0 Comments

AN URGENT WARNING TO ALL AMERICANS WITH ASSETS Your very life is at risk, grave risk. Everything you own, including your own freedom and priceless Human and American civil rights can be taken from you—worse than for a mass murderer– and your life forever decimated if you are targeted by predators who lurk behind the black robes of an administrative probate judge in State courts all around the country. And as long as that colluding administrative judge authorizes the predator’s heinous [- more...]

New Mexico: State AG indicts CEO of Guardian Angels Representative Payee Services

March 13, 2019 // 0 Comments

March 12, 2019 Albuquerque, NM By Elise Kaplan / Journal Staff Writer The CEO of Guardian Angels Representative Payee Services, a private company that managed the finances for special needs or infirm people, has been indicted on charges of embezzling tens of thousands of dollars from clients. … Many of the clients [CEO Pamela] Crumpler is accused of siphoning money from came to her from the now-defunct Ayudando Guardians. According to the indictment filed in 2nd Judicial District Court on [- more...]

New Mexico: Victims of Desert State still waiting for restitution, more than one year after Donisthorpe’s guilty plea

August 12, 2018 // 1 Comment

By Colleen Heild / Journal Investigative Reporter Saturday, August 11th, 2018 at 11:30pm A woman known in court records as “J.W.” died destitute this year. But she had once been a co-beneficiary of a $600,000 trust at the now-defunct and disgraced Desert State Life Management company of Albuquerque. Her money, along with savings and trust accounts of more than 70 other vulnerable people who were clients of Desert State, were part of the estimated $4.8 million embezzled by company CEO Paul [- more...]

New Mexico: New legislation gives regulators more power – but will they exercise it?

August 12, 2018 // 1 Comment

New Mexico financial regulators learned their lesson the hard way after discovering in early 2017 that millions of dollars had been embezzled from clients at the small nonprofit Desert State Life Management. The state Financial Institutions Division of the state’s Regulation and Licensing Department headed to the Roundhouse in Santa Fe this year to seek new laws to help prevent another such criminal scheme, which went undetected for years. “Unfortunately, it was a reactive response. But [- more...]