May 4, 2015 What the hell is incapacity anyway? “The typical Ward has fewer rights than the typical convicted felon. It is in one short sentence… The most punitive civil penalty that can be levied against an American citizen with the exception of the death penalty.” ~ The late US Representative Claude Pepper….
But when it comes to locking you down permanently in a life sentence of guardianship, the court has to at least go through the motions of proving (if only to itself) that you must have guardianship “protection”—that you are “incapacitated”.
What does that even mean? Incapacity is a term unfamiliar to the general public, but it is the key that unlocks a greed-based system of court sanctioned estate rape in probate courts across the country.
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