Ken Ditkowsky asks–Tomorrow is election day, can we make a change in court?

From Ken Ditkowsky:

      Talk is cheap.   Tomorrow is an election – it is not too late to send a message to some of our elected representatives who foster elder abuse/financial exploitation.      Everyone of us has received a letter from an elected representative who had told us how he/she is fighting for our social security in response to a complaint that grandma is being ‘raped’ by the system!       A vote against the letter writer might be a nice gesture.      Mark down the number of times that you have called on your elected representative and asked him to cause an HONEST comprehensive and complete investigation of horrible situations such as the Sykes case.     When you give a political contribution and/or your vote remember those representatives who were actively  supportive of grandma and her plight!
Once again – talk is cheap!    We need the investigation of attorneys Adam Stern, Cynthia Farega, Peter Schmiedel,  Carolyn Toerpe, et al.    We need to know how and why the Sodini protections were ignored in Sykes, Wyman, Tyler et al.    We need to know where the Sykes file disappeared to!     Indeed, we need to know why Stern, Farenga, Schmiedel, et al. have ARDC immunity and why the ARDC is protecting them.      The million dollars in gold coins that have not been inventoried in the Sykes case is only part of the explanation.

And from myself;

I am very, very disappointed in these elected officials, how they turn their back on calls from Ken Ditkowsky, the Sykes famiily, the Tylers, the Gores, etc.  You name it and the first thing these victims did was write their Federal and State Senators, Congressional Representatives, Congresspersons, the Presiding Judges (who are elected too), even the judges–and nary a bit of action.  Nada.
So tomorrow is time we voted them out and make it clear they will not receive campaign donations from their constituents who let grandma and grandpa waste away in nursing homes with estates pilfered by probate attys and Medicare when they could be living in their own homes.  The forced druggings, the beatings and the isolation, the bad nursing homes–after hundreds of complaints and reports just to this blog alone in one year is enough to make everyone wonder what is going on in the Illinois Capital and the US Capital that such complaints can be tolerated and ignored.
Nothing is not good enough for the elderly and disabled–those without a voice.
Our “civilization” must bring itself to be called “civilized” and that is by protecting grandma and not abusing her in our very own probate court system!
JoAnne

 

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