Even the Wall Street Journal Admits there’s $ millions in medicare waste in overbilling


From Ken Ditkowsky:

Judy pointed out that their is a pattern in the disciplinary cases of suppression of any evidence that is contrary to the predetermined result that is ordained.    The fact that there is no evidence to support the position that Larkin advances is irrelevant.    Illinois’ corrupt system operates upon the credo – “do not confuse me with the facts, I’ve made up my mind.   
The fact that the IARDC and Larkin have all this material (or should have all this material) under their exclusive control under the IPI instructions means that they are admitted against the ARDC.   However as the proceedings are wired it makes not difference as to the final result.   
In particular, in my case the two Farenga letters are of supreme importance.    In the letter to the Judge early on in Sykes case proceedings Farenga makes two points:
1) she is aware that there are serious problems with jurisdiction and  (August, 2009)
2) she is aware that Mary has had pre-hearing isolation and therefore has been moved out of Cook County and into DuPage County.
In letter number 2 to the IARDC she urges the cover-up and intimidation by the IARDC as we are exercising our first Amendment Rights to discuss the criminal felonies that are being promulgated in the Sykes case, and worse yet they were reprinted in the Probate Sharks blog.    These e-mails tie the IARDC into 18 USCA 4 and 18 USCA 1001 violations and as Alice Gore died and Mary Sykes has suffered grievous bodily injury the enhance penalties should be appropriate.    Pursuant to 18 USCA 371 Larkin might owe the IRS and the IDR very serious taxes.  
The cleansing of Judge Stuart’s testimony is also quite interesting.     This all should be addressed in your petitions.

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