From: Gloria Jean Sykes
Sent: Apr 7, 2014 6:26 PM
Subject: Help me spread the word: stop guardianship abuse
Dear Family, Friends, Colleagues, and Supporters,
Thank you for signing my petition. With your help, we’ve already reached people who care deeply about this issue. But if we are going to have an impact, it’s critical that we get at least 150 signatures before we deliver the petition to the political elite and law enforcement. Obviously the more people who sign, the greater impact and a quicker resolve. My Mother is still alive, although suffering greatly while hostage in the home of a named abuser. And I am certain as I write there are thousands of other elderly and disabled people ‘still alive’ but suffering because of court sanctioned abuses and financial exploitation. You can help prosecute more attorneys who are part of the Cottage Industry sanctioned by our courts, and stop these abuses just as the recent arrest of an attorney charged with first-degree money laundering, second-degree theft by deception and second-degree conspiracy from elderly and disabled victims in New Jersey. (Please see, http://nj.gov/oag/newsreleases14/pr20140320b.html)
Lawyers easily live above the law: Judges are lawyers. The elderly and disabled are easy prey. WHAT HAPPENED TO MY MOTHER can happen to you or someone you love.
With your help, we can reach our goal! Can you please share this link with five of your friends right now:
Financial exploitation, physical and emotional abuses of the elderly and disabled is rampant because attorneys such as Peter Schmiedel, Adam Stern and Cynthia Farenga are empowered by our judiciary and in the Sykes case alone, have stolen over $1.5 million dollars (cash) from my mother and me, for their own personal financial gain. They need to be stopped and in doing so, my mother’s life may be saved as well as the life of hundreds and thousands of elderly and disabled people. Thank you for taking a stand on this important issue.
Thank you for signing this petition and please pass on to five of your friends. Together we can tear down and dismantle the Cottage Industry of attorneys who prey on the elderly and disabled and in doing so, save lives.
Gloria Jean Sykes