and tells me not to use his name because it’s “too risky.”
Love it, well I’m taking the risk for all of you out there. Keep me in your thoughts and prayers as this case develops.
From: JoAnne M Denison [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, February 27, 2013 10:24 AM
To: C — C—–
Subject: Re: corruption
OKay to publish your comments? Withour without your name?
I have a real battle with the ARDC and you know they are on very shaky ground with my blog.
thanks so very much for your support and keep on reading my blog. I unearth more and more stories everyday.
Sent: Feb 27, 2013 11:05 AM
Good on you Joanne. I have practiced for 40+ years, during most of which I have been frustrated with courts who, though not patently corrupt, are at the very least guilty of benign neglect while paid fiduciaries, their minions and their representatives looted the estates of the helpless. Until recently, in [state redacted] private fiduciaries were given a free hand until corruption was exposed in M**** [county redacted] County. Corruption is corruption whether active or passive. We need real reform. Hang in there.
Signed [name and address redacted]
You know its a sorry state of affairs in the “land of the free and brave” when even LAWYERS are afraid to speak out against corruption, patent or covert, begin or active–it’s all the same. JUSTICE WAS NOT DONE. Judges that don’t follow the laws, GAL’s that tell the court uninventoried assets are imaginary rather than conducting an investigation. Seniors kept wrongfully from their homes in guardianships lacking jurisdiction.
Day in and day out I hear these stories, some I can publish, some I can redact, some I cannot because the families are too embarrassed, fear reprisals, whatever, they ask me not to publish their stories so I don’t. I live with their horrors and their injustices.