Portsmith official sued for trying to silence a $2.3 million whistleblower


some important excerpts:

CONCORD – Auxiliary  Portsmouth police officer John Connors is suing city officials, including the police chief, alleging they violated his free speech rights by placing him under a gag order after he blew the whistle on the allegedly unethical activities by a Portsmouth police detective who inherited the bulk of the multi-million dollar estate of Connors’ elderly next door neighbor. – See more at: http://www.unionleader.com/article/20150715/NEWS21/150719486#sthash.j8LtHxk9.dpuf
On Oct. 18, 2010, Connors brought his concerns to then-police chief Lou Ferland but the chief told him he should stay out of it, according to the lawsuit. He then told DuBois, who at the time was deputy chief, but he did not respond, according to the lawsuit.

Next, Connors stopped at the home of Commissioner John Russo, who lived near him, and told him of his concerns. “I was wondering where all the police cruisers were going,” Russo responded. Russo, according to Connors, said Webber had plenty of money and if Goodwin could get some of it and get away with it, “Good for him,” according to the lawsuit. – See more at: http://www.unionleader.com/article/20150715/NEWS21/150719486#sthash.j8LtHxk9.dpuf

Connors alleged Goodwin visited Webber’s home in an unmarked police cruiser “hundreds of times” before she died. Goodwin, Connors said, knew he was watching because sometimes he would take photos of him while other times he would take his dogs outside.

“I wasn’t being nosy,” Connors was quoted in the article. “I was watching a crime as far as I was concerned.” – See more at: http://www.unionleader.com/article/20150715/NEWS21/150719486#sthash.j8LtHxk9.dpuf

McEachern says Connors learned about what was going on with Goodwin and Webber because he was her neighbor, not because he was a police officer, and says he spoke out because it “was a matter of public interest.”

Goodwin was fired last month after an investigation headed by retired Judge Stephen Roberts found he had violated department regulations and the city’s Code of Ethics, all related to the inheritance. – See more at: http://www.unionleader.com/article/20150715/NEWS21/150719486#sthash.j8LtHxk9.dpuf

Another case of investigating a crime, and the whistleblower and messenger is fired, hounded and ridiculed.
This is very similar to the Sykes case where Ditkowsky was Mary and Charles estate attorney for years, was contacted by concerned neighbors and friends that Mary was railroaded into a guardianship, there was no hearing, and many person appearing in the courtroom (Farenga Waller, Stern and Schmeidel appeared to have a great interest in benefiting from the MarySykes estate.  Her home was on valuable land right next to a huge multi storied, multi unit condo.  Her land at 200 x 400′ (which included that of Gloria Sykes), stood to benefit from a cheap quick sale at a huge discount (which has now happened).
Like the authorities above, who failed to investigate and prevent the crime, their attitude was, if an outside bennefited by multiple visits with an elderly (in this case the person in fact did suffer from dementia) “good for him”.
I guess that is the attitude of Jerome Larkin, head of the ARDC in hounding and punishing myself and Ken Ditkowsky, that if other attorneys are taking $300,000 in attorneys fees and selling poor Mary’s home at a deep discount (70%) off sale, it seems to me their attitude is “good for them”, not, who is benefitting and why and is there a crime.
Mary’s body needs to be exhumed and atuopsied and checked for a tox screen–hair and nails and the authorities need to take a close look at this case and others where seniors without diagnoses are placed in hospice and quickly drugged to death.
There needs to be a system.  Seniors need and deserve better protection.
It is not a case of “good for him” when strangers get the bulk of an estate, advance directives are ignored, a hearing is not held, no independent medical tests or brain scans or MRI’s are done, and no one ever, ever asked Mary what she wanted.
Mary is gone. The tale the ARDC and the probate judges wanted to cover up has come to fruition.  “Target, isolate, medicate, drain the estate, quietly eliminate” is exactly what happened to Mary, it almost happened to Carol Wyman, but she escaped.  Others live in fear, having their estates drained, but they escaped, that the attorneys will come and hunt them down and “quietly eliminate” their main witness, and then there’s Alice Gore (mined of 29 gold teeth and put in a nursing home on a feeding tube with drugs at one end a diaper at the other), Rose Drabik, Lydia Tyler, Helen Rector (begged not to be left alone with an evil guardian that would kill her, and she did). Seniors still at risk, are Janie Thomas, Alan Frake and others who escaped and are in hiding.
Randy Robinson needs your prayers.  His mother escaped to California so they want to imprison HIM until she comes back.  Please pray for him and his daughter. They are suffering very much to ensure his mother’s safety.

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