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NPR Webinar: WNYC, The Leonard Lopate Show-How Strangers Can Take Away the Rights of the Elderly

October 12, 2017

Leonard Lopate’s 25 minute interview on the history of guardianship and probate exploitation in Clark County Nevada (Las Vegas) as sponsored by judges for 30 years.  Writer Rachel Aviv,  and Terry Williams who was featured in the October 9, 2017 issue of The New Yorker for her research as a result of the fraudulent takeover of her father’s estate, discuss the history of guardianship in Clark County and the exploitive actions of public guardian turned private guardian Jared Shafer [- more...]

Nevada: Elyse Tyrell, Jared Shafer’s lawyer, facing State Bar of Nevada complaint from family of exploited elder

August 24, 2015

INSIDE VEGAS by Steve Miller  AmercianMafia.com  August 24, 2015 LAS VEGAS – I had no intention of bringing anyone to tears. A dozen people, including myself (Las Vegas Review-Journal photo of the back of my head), testified on Monday, August 17 before the Nevada Supreme Court Guardianship Commission empowered to investigate hundreds of cases of elder exploitation. To the dismay of at least two Commissioners, the hearing was covered by national media. The witnesses told of more than [- more...]

Nevada: Jared Shafer and Wells Fargo Bank sued for RICO

August 17, 2015

INSIDE VEGAS by Steve Miller AmericanMafia.com May 25, 2015 LAS VEGAS – After years of court sanctioned bilking of wealthy senior citizens and disabled persons, the biggest shake up in Clark County District Court history has just forced the immediate removal of two well-known jurists who were allegedly doing the bidding of veteran for-hire private guardian Jared E. Shafer and his protégés. In the wake of the court house shake up, the Nevada Legislature on May 23, 2015, voted  to change [- more...]

Nevada: Escape was only option for an old soldier trapped in guardian system

August 17, 2015

Posted April 11, 2015 – 7:36pm Clark County’s private guardians may protect — or just steal and abuse By COLTON LOCHHEAD LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL APTOS, Calif. — Guadalupe Olvera sits in his tall green chair, blowing a familiar tune on his harmonica as a baseball game plays on his television. The harmony echoes off the walls of his daughter’s 1960s-era home, filling the air with an enticing melody. Although slowed by age at 95, the World War II veteran regularly attends Veterans [- more...]