From Gloria, her views on the case and her mother’s status

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—–Original Message—–
From: GLORIA Jean SYKES
Sent: Jan 30, 2014 2:03 PM
To: Cynthia GAL , Adamm Stern GAL
Subject: Toerpe fails to provide adequate care for my Mother..

and this constitutes “causing death”: the ‘slayer statute” is titled, “Person causing death”  The statute bars “a person who intentionally and unjustifiably causes the death of another” from receiving “any property, benefit, or other interest by reason of the death.” The determination of whether a person has actually “intentionally and unjustifiably” caused the death of another can be made “by any court of competent jurisdiction separate and apart from any criminal proceeding arising from the death: however, as you, me, and the thousands of people who read the MaryGSykes blog, or are part of the hundreds of people I am associated with daily, it is known that Judge Jane Louise Stuart — ignores all case law(s) and

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Another article on Humana–the strange inability to cancel

Dear Readers;

As you know, SR has filed a civil action against Humana in ND Illinois Federal Court and we are waiting to see what the judge will say about dismissing our complaint against this mega-insurance corp that has every lawyer in the world to make sure our complaint does not succeed and that we cannot proceed further to sue for damages when a 90 year old man was left without stroke rehab for 21 days while the claim was appealed and he suffered and is now in a nursing home.

In comes more reports of problems with Humana:

http://www.abcactionnews.com/dpp/news/local_news/investigations/i-team-experts-say-court-approved-sale-was-below-market-value

The consensus so far is to drop the Advantage programs–they are in fact no advantage at all and to go with simple Medicare, which appears to have fewer problems.

This is a good and interesting read.

JoAnne

First Portion of Trial Over–Plaintiff Rests!

Dear Readers;

After a grueling week of trial, it’s finally over and I am amazingly relieved.  It was hard work and as you know I could not find an attorney.  I advertised repeatedly on this blog, I emailed every “ARDC defense” attorney on their list, BUT I AM THE ONLY ATTORNEY WILLING TO DO THIS WORK, WELL, MYSELF AND KEN, AND KEN WAS DISQUALIFIED.

I will not be publishing about the details of the trial until a decision is made, we will be filing motions to strike exhibits (no foundation or authentication) and a Motion for a Directed Finding, because I don’t believe Mr. Larkin has proved I was lying or that there is no jurisdiction, Mary wasn’t served, the sisters were never served (Yolanda is furious), numerous procedures were never followed (and many ARDC witnesses even testified to them, what a CITATION TO DISCOVER ASSETS was, what  CITATION TO RECOVER ASSETS WAS, what a PETITION TO DRILL A SAFE DEPOSIT BOX was; what a section 2-1401 petition was.

AND A HUGE, HUGE, THANKS TO ALYECE FOR ALL HER DEDICATED WORK HELP AND SUPPORT.

Aleyce Russell is the secretary/treasurer of Justice 4 Every1, NFP and she was an angel to drive up from South Carolina and come here to assist me and support me at trial.

It was wonderful.

Mr. Larkin has rested, so now I get to put on my case and that will be Mar. 10th and 11th at 9:30 am each day.  Uuugh.  It’s hard enough to get to the backfilled area and now he’s shooting for 9:30 which means to drive there I have to be out the door at 8 am, battle the worst traffic of the day to get to the Pru Plaza by 9:30 am.

BUT I do this all for YOU, my most beloved probate victims.  I know and see how unfair and unjust it is in some cases and I am most committed to you.  I will do a trial for a week for you, and then I will do 2 more days of trial for you.  I don’t care.  I am here to tell the truth, be the truth and spread the truth because I want to be proud of our nation’s court system and lawyers admitted to the Illinois bar.

There is something truly amiss and seriously wrong right now in the Sykes case.  I have published the facts, the pleadings, the witness reports and their declarations (Gloria, Scott, Yolanda, Kathie, Tim, Judy Ditkowsky and others who have come to court, come to trial and blogged and taken notes to ensure fairness and justice via the media.

While the judges can’t read the news about the cases before them, the lawyers can. They can see their reflections in the mirror.

I don’t have any money, I don’t know if I can even keep my office, but I’m not going to stop and I’m not going to quit.  I have several new cases I have to catch up on from last week, so if anyone can make some donations, that is appreciated.  If you can’t then I send you peace and blessings and financial healing.

JoAnne

Trial is here and now–130 E Randolph St, 8th floor, bring an ID

While we are actively taking notes and blogging during this trial, the Chair has asked me to post a statement that I will blog about witness testimony, but those posts will not appear until trial is over and we reach closing arguments.

 

I didn’t put it on a prior post (which I can’t find now) because the purpose of that post was only to make everyone aware that we would be taking notes (blogging) and those would eventually get posted.

The rule is, witnesses must be sequestered during a trial so they don’t talk among themselves and change their testimony.

The Chair wanted me to make it clear that was not going to happen.  There is the rule of “witness squestration” so witnesses don’t compare notes and change testimony.

He wanted to make that clear.

Fine by me.  Come on by and see what is going on.  It is very interesting.

joanne

From Atty Margaret Dore–is assisted suicide for the elderly a good thing

Some articles to consider:

Actually, I am heavily involved in the assisted suicide issue, which takes abuse to a whole new level.  My blogs/website include Choice is an Illusion, which is undergoing a face lift, and Montanans Against Assisted Suicide.

Here’s a short article regarding some of the problems:  http://www.choiceillusion.org/2014/01/washingtons-assisted-suicide-act.html   This is a court case that I’m involved in:  http://www.montanansagainstassistedsuicide.org/2013/12/judge-hears-assisted-suicide-arguments.html

and while I am not a proponent of suicide, I do believe that a senior can self administer any and all pain meds they need, and if they want to refuse artificial life sustaining machines, that is fine also.  That’s JMHO.

 

joanne