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Guardianship as a form of Terrorism

December 8, 2019 // 4 Comments

  I recently had the opportunity to attend a security seminar. As I listened to the security expert describe the intricacies of how we should prepare ourselves for the possibility of an attack on our community, I was struck by how predatory abusive guardianship is really very similar to a terror attack on families and individuals. I began to think on how we might be better prepared to prevent and/or react to such an attack ourselves either now or in the future if we could apply the same [- more...]

Stopping Nursing Home Abuse

November 27, 2019 // 0 Comments

  https://online.regiscollege.edu/nursing-home-abuse-signs-symptoms-resources-to-help/ An informative article. Much of this abuse happens to Wards who are deposited into senior [- more...]

Pennsylvania: Federal Suit Alleges ‘Targeted Harassment’ By Chester Co. Judge

November 23, 2019 // 0 Comments

The woman’s suit alleges a Chester Co. judge “maliciously incited public hatred” towards her, and is stopping her from seeing her mother. By Justin Heinze, Patch Staff CHESTER COUNTY, PA — A local woman has filed suit in federal court against a Chester County judge whom she claims has “targeted and harassed” her and stopped her from seeing her mother. A petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus, filed by Mary Bush on Sept. 24 in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, [- more...]

Pennsylvania: Federal Judge Denies Plea to Release Mom from Guardianship

November 23, 2019 // 0 Comments

By Juliette Fairley The elder Ms. Bush resides in a care center where the Plaintiff Daughter says she is only allowed one paid visit per month for one hour. “This legal form of kidnapping is happening in communities across the country, in many cases with little or no recourse available.” Ms. Bush has appealed Judge Savage’s decision to dismiss and the case is currently pending before the Third Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in Philadelphia. A federal judge in Pennsylvania has denied a [- more...]

Pennsylvania: Daughter names Pennsylvania judge in federal suit over elderly mom’s guardianship

November 22, 2019 // 0 Comments

 Federal Judge Timothy Savage further explained in his ruling that even legal or factual error, personal malice or the performance of an act in excess of jurisdiction will not remove the Honorable Judge Platt’s cloak of judicial immunity. PENNSYLVANIA – A Pennsylvania woman is alleging she was targeted and harassed for some ten years by a Judge who reportedly conscripted her aging mother to be a Ward of the State under guardianship. The Plaintiff Daughter Mary Bush named the Chester [- more...]

Michigan Miracle: Detroit grandmother freed from guardianship after TV-7 Investigation

November 22, 2019 // 1 Comment

DETROIT (WXYZ) — She’s a 78-year-old Detroit grandmother who just wanted a wheelchair ramp. Instead, she was put under court guardianship. The 7 Investigators were in court Thursday when the Chief Probate Judge terminated that guardianship, bringing a lot of joy to Bessie and her family. Bessie Owens can now make her medical, legal and financial decisions. And not only did the judge terminate this guardianship and conservatorship – he also put Adult Protective Services on notice that [- more...]

AAAPG Announces Valor Award Winner

November 20, 2019 // 0 Comments

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – November 20, 2019          MEDIA CONTACT: The Arters Group (602) 677-3533   FIRST RECIPIENT OF “IDELLE STERN AWARD OF VALOR” named by AMERICANS AGAINST ABUSIVE PROBATE GUARDIANSHIP (AAAPG)   Dr. Sam Sugar, Founder and CEO of Americans Against Abusive Probate Guardianship (AAAPG), has announced the first recipient of the “Idelle Stern Award of Valor” is Roger Hillygus, of Dayton, Nevada.   In selecting the recipient, Dr. Sugar cited [- more...]

Please Governor De Santis

November 20, 2019 // 2 Comments

An open letter to Governor Ron De Santis Can guardianship abuse be fixed in Florida  ? One of the goals of our organization from its inception was to bring public attention to the abuses so commonly seen in Guardianship and in particular in professional guardianships. The idea was that if enough people became educated and concerned that ultimately there would be political and governmental action to address the issue. That has begun to happen. Recently Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida proposed [- more...]

Contrasting systems

November 19, 2019 // 0 Comments

Broken systems One of the reasons that guardianship presents such a challenge to families who oppose it is the rapidity with which it is imposed on unsuspecting seniors and families as well as younger adults with disabilities. A plenary guardianship can strip a person of all their rights and money within a day or two of the initiation of the secret proceedings which lead to emergency temporary guardianships. Those proceedings can be initiated by almost anyone with or without proper [- more...]

Apex Predator Arrested in Pinellas County Florida

November 15, 2019 // 1 Comment

The arrest of Traci Hudson Samuels. While the scandal of Rebecca Fierle smolders in Orange county and others, today’s arrest of another apex predator in the Florida guardianship mob, puts the president of the Pinellas County guardianship Association  behind bars. We can only hope that this latest Florida guardianship scandal (with many more to come) will finally convince law enforcement authorities throughout the state of Florida and in every other state that they have been asleep at [- more...]
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