While Ken and I are apparently in deep doo doo for asking our elected and non elected officials to just do their jobs (and I hope in doing so, we will be vindicated of our “horrible crimes” which sit squarely on top of our First Amendment rights of free speech), apparently you can go right to the US Department of Justice website and file a complaint if you know that a disable senior is being discriminated against. That’s right, just go to http://www.usdoj.gov and click on file a complaint.
Below is one that someone filed today on behalf of Mary Sykes and you can all use it as a format. All the work is done for you and please thank Nancy, one of my faithful readers for doing that for us all.
Civil Rights Division
Disability Rights Section
OMB No. 1190-0009
Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
Discrimination Complaint Form
Instructions: Please fill out this form completely, in black ink or type. Sign and return to the address on page 3.
Complainant: Nancy Vallone
Address: 503 Lafayette Ave
City, State and Zip Code: Niles, OH 44446
Telephone: Home: 330-979-1398
Person Discriminated Against:
(if other than the complainant) Mary Sykes
Address: 527 Grines
City, State, and Zip Code: Naperville, IL 60631
Telephone: Home: unknown
Government, or organization, or institution which you believe has discriminated:
Name: Cook county Illinois Probate Court and Guardian ad leitem
Address: Cynthia farenga 1601 Sherman Ave #200, Evanston Il 60201 and Adam Stern 105 West Adams St #3800, Chicago, Il 60603 and Cook County Probate Court 50 West Washington Street Room 1202, Chicago , IL 60602
State and Zip Code:Illinois 60602
When did the discrimination occur? Date: Started 3 years ago until current time
Describe the acts of discrimination providing the name(s) where possible of the individuals who discriminated (use space on page 3 if necessary):
When Mary found out what occurred she tried to unwind the transaction.
Mary first tired to obtain copies of the documents that she signed but the older daughter and the attorney refused her copies.
Thereupon Mary sought help from the civic authorities and she went to the Court to obtain an order of protection.
The daughter countered with an incompetency proceeding.
755 ILCS 5/11a – 10 –NOTICE REQUIRED No one is concerned there was no 14 day prior notice required by statute every order ended is void. Mary was never properly served with a summons and complaint prior to hearing, she was not permitted to speak up in court and ask for an attorney of her choosing, numerous hand written notes, video taped and accessible on the web were ignored or disregarded in court. Her sisters were not served 14 days advance notice of the time, date and place of hearing as required by the Illinois Probate Act in order for the court to attain jurisdiction. Accordingly, Mary is living without her human rights, civil rights, choice of residence, choice of attorney (Ken Ditkowsky represented her and was her family attorney for years, she specifically asked for him, when he appeared in court, he was slapped with sanctions by the court–but these were later vacated by the Illinois Court of Appeals)
We believe that she lives under the constant threat of being placed in a nursing home to live in a pool of her own urine never to see the light of day again because nursing home residents are rarely allowed outside.
The younger daughter has not been allowed communicates with her mother for periods in excess of six months. A younger sibling (of Mary’s age 80 plus) has been denied communication with her sister (Mary) for extremely long periods of time. Before this, the siblings talked on the phone almost daily and visited monthly and at all holidays. Three years have gone by and no effort has been successful in obtaining Mary’s liberty rights, property rights, civil rights or human rights.
Retaliation , punishment, fines occurs if Any one questioning the Court for acting without jurisdiction and in concert with Farenga, Sterrn the GALS and the plenary guardian in intentionally denying senior citizen Mary Stern of her liberty, her property, civil and human rights. Mary Sykes for three years has been in such condition!
Gold coins valued at approximately a million dollars (or more) have not been inventoried. Cash that was in a mattress has not been inventoried (most likely $50,000 or more)
Have efforts been made to resolve this complaint through the internal grievance procedure of the government, organization, or institution?
If yes: what is the status of the grievance? I believe so and specific information can be obtained from Mary’s Advocates Ken Ditkowski 5940 w Touthy Ave Niles, Illinois phone 847-600-3421 email firstname.lastname@example.org and JoAnne Dennison 1512 N. Freemont St, #202 Chicago, IL 60642-2694 phone 773-255-7608 email email@example.com.
Has the complaint been filed with another bureau of the Department of Justice or any other Federal, State, or local civil rights agency or court?
as a private citizen and friend none that i’m aware of
Do you intend to file with another agency or court?
Signature: Nancy L Vallone RN, BSN, MSN, CNS, Advocate
U.S. Department of Justice
Civil Rights Division
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Disability Rights – NYAV
Washington, D.C. 20530
Paperwork Reduction Act Statement:
A federal agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a person is not required to respond to a collection of information unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number. Public burden for the collection of this information is estimated to average 45 minutes per response. Comments regarding this collection of information should be directed to the Department Clearance Officer, U.S. Department of Justice, Justice Management Division, Office of the Chief Information Officer, Policy and Planning Staff, Two Constitution Square, 145 North Street, N.E., Room 2E–508, Washington, D.C. 20530.
OMB No. 1190-0009. Expiration Date: May 31, 2015.