Another Reason for the Miscreants to start Gulping and back off

Dear Readers;

Now that I have had some time to go back and read transcripts and look over the my computer files (yes, I do have practically all the court orders and documents in my records, so this is a QED, AND I do plan on making those computer files consisting of filed and unfiled pleadings, court orders, court transcripts, etc. complete so Gloria can pursue her claims against the miscreants).

As a result of that and the upcoming July 6, 2012 Hearing on Motion to Partition, I have drafted the below affidavits and will fax them to Lea Black at the ARDC.

Now it is my understand (from a little bird), that Josephine “might be reluctant to sign” because apparently she “took the wrong side” and is allowed to see her sister every couple of months and call her a couple times per month.  What?  Gloria gave Mary parties all the time and included her in EVERYTHING.  Her mom called her sisters all the time.

The most disturbing part of this comment is that it is clearly obstruction of justice and a further breach by the GAL’s of their duty to report to a court fairly and impartially on matters concerning the disabled person.

I, myself, cringe at hearing such comments being made out of the mouth of an Officer of the Court.  Disgusting.

When this situation occurs, I will let Ms. Black know and to put in her cover letter to the sisters that it is their important civic duty to come forward and present court testimony (an affidavit is used as an important precursor to court testimony, it allows the parties, their attys and the court to determine if the witness has something worthwhile to say or not), and inform the court fully of the truth before it.  It is similar to jury duty, an important and cherished civic right, but perhaps signing that affidavit might be even more important.

Ms. Black should further know these witnesses have been tampered with by the GAL’s.

JoAnne

From Ken Ditkowsky today:

From: kenneth ditkowsky
Sent: Jun 25, 2012 7:56 AM

Subject: Re: Request for Information on Incidents of The Use of Chemical Restraints on the Elderly and/or Disabled– from latifa . ring@comcast.net–she is looking for persons experienced with the drugging of elders to put them in nursing homes, keep them from family.  Generally these drugs are prescribed by physicians upon a complaint the elder is unruly and agitated.  Often this agitation occurs when they are put in a nursing home, personal effects and homes are sold–all to generate fees from lawyers, CPA’s and others that put them there.  The worst thing about it is that often these psychotropic drugs (Seroquel, Risperodol, etc.) are hard on the internal organs–heart, liver, kidneys, etc., and over time cause them to fail resulting in the death of the elder. An elder that would be perfectly fine in her own home, without money grubbing miscreants.

From Ken Ditkowsky

Just about every one of the Elder Abuse cases has an element of chemical restraint.    I forwarded your note to people who can report to you the information that you request.
The new Health Care Privacy laws are specifically designed to prevent this information from being readily attainable.   In Court 1 of the ARDC complaint against me (in relation to the Sykes case) Ms. Black is attempting to back door the First Amendment by suggesting that I cannot question a doctor about reports he wrote, and cannot address the fact that he as the treating doctor refused to sign the certificate of incompetency, yet a doctor called in one moment had no trouble signing.   The cache of doctors (except for Dr. Patel – the treater) have an amazing record of finding people incompetent so as to need the full time services of a plenary guardian.
As I said previously – using the criterion of the Circuit Court of Cook County in the Sykes case President Obama – if you stripped him of his clout – could wake up tomorrow morning and find Carolyn Troepe as his plenary guardian.   (No, I am not suggesting that the president is need of a plenary guardian – all I am saying is that when the goal is to create a need for plenary guardian the facts and the law do not get in the way – Yes, most of the Court appointed lawyers are good and decent people  – however, what has happened in Sykes and some similar cases is so reprehensible as to stand out in its stark perfidy).
Ms. Harris to whom this e-mail is directed can provide you with the information as to Robert Jaycox.   When I visited Mr. Jaycox he was so heavily sedated that he looked and sounded as if he were a sleepy drunk.  Of course – for privacy concerns the nursing home did not put up the safety bars – Mr. Jaycox has had at least one incident in which he fell out of bed and hit his head.   Gloria Sykes can tell you what the plenary guardian did to her mother.
All that said – you are investigating a ‘nerve!’   If you take away the chemical restraints as to indigent patients the nursing homes might have to provide services and these elderly (and disabled) could not be warehoused.   Indeed, you might take the profit out the warehousing –
Ken Ditkowsky
Now, here’s the affidavits:
Josephine’s
In Re Estate of                                 No: 2009 P 4585
Mary G. Sykes,
An alleged disabled person.
Declaration by Josephine DiPietro
The undersigned doth deposes and sayeth
1.     I am the adult sister of Mary G. Sykes.
2.     That I have been informed that on November 18, 2009, a hearing date of December 7, 2011 at 11 am in courtroom 1804 was set on Carolyn Toerpe’s Petition for Guardianship.  On that date the hearing was held, and Carolyn Teorpe was appointed Plenary Guardian of Mary G Sykes.
3.     I have also been told of the following requirement under Illinois law:
(f) Notice of the time and place of the hearing shall be given by the petitioner by mail or in person to those persons, including the proposed guardian, whose names and addresses appear in the petition and who do not waive notice, not less than 14 days before the hearing.  755 ILCS § 5/11a. (Emphasis added).
4.     No one ever served me with any written notice of hearing 14 days prior to that hearing, either by mail or in person.
5.     I was not present at the hearing.  (State whether you would have been there had you been informed 14 days in advance.)    ______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
I hereby declare that the above statements are true and accurate to the best of my knowledge and recollection at the time they were made.  Where based upon information and belief, they were believed to be true at the time the statements were made.  If I am called to testify, I will give testimony that is the same as stated within this document. I understand that false statements may subject me to penalties for perjury under the relevant Illinois laws and regulations.
Further declarant saith not.___________________________________
Josephine DePietro
Dated this ____ day of June, 2012

For Yolanda Bakken
In Re Estate of                                 No: 2009 P 4585
Mary G. Sykes,
An alleged disabled person.
Declaration by Yolanda Bakken
The undersigned doth deposes and sayeth
1.     I am the adult sister of Mary G. Sykes.
2.     That I have been informed that on November 18, 2009, a hearing date of December 7, 2011 at 11 am in courtroom 1804 was set on Carolyn Toerpe’s Petition for Guardianship.  On that date the hearing was held, and Carolyn Teorpe was appointed Plenary Guardian of Mary G Sykes.
3.     I have also been told of the following requirement under Illinois law:
(f) Notice of the time and place of the hearing shall be given by the petitioner by mail or in person to those persons, including the proposed guardian, whose names and addresses appear in the petition and who do not waive notice, not less than 14 days before the hearing.  755 ILCS § 5/11a. (Emphasis added).
4.     No one ever served me with any written notice of hearing 14 days prior to that hearing, either by mail or in person.
5.     I was present at the hearing only because Gloria Sykes, younger daughter of Mary G Sykes, notified me informally in the following manner there was to be a hearing:
______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
(State whether it was via an email to someone else, a phone call, etc. or you were unaware that the Petition was being heard on December 7, 2010 at 10 am in court room 1804 of the Richard J Daley Center, 55 W. Washington St, Room 1804, Chicago, IL 60602.
I hereby declare that the above statements are true and accurate to the best of my knowledge and recollection at the time they were made.  Where based upon information and belief, they were believed to be true at the time the statements were made.  If I am called to testify, I will give testimony that is theInitials_______
Yoland Bakken Declaration
Page 2 of 2same as stated within this document. I understand that false statements may subject me to penalties for perjury under the relevant Illinois laws and regulations.

Further declarant saith not.

___________________________________
Yolanda Bakken

Dated this ____ day of June, 2012

These declarations should be signed ASAP and sent IMMEDIATELY to both myself for publication on the blog AND please fax them to Ms. Lea Black at the ARDC, fax no. 312-565-2320
I will put these inline in this post and also put them up as a shared file in word that can be edited because these should be used by every atty practicing in probate that is having a problem with a ward that may not be disabled and some family members want to fight it.

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