Dear Mr. Freichs – Illinois treasurer.
Why is Illinois refusing to collect the taxes due from the miscreants who are using our courts to isolate, abuse and exploit the elderly and the disabled. A breach of a fiduciary relationship is a taxable event. A conspiracy to breach a fiduciary relations is taxable jointly and severally for each member of the conspiracy.
Now let’s get down to specifics. Here in Cook County acting in concert two guardian ad litem, a guardian, an attorney, a judge and some other miscreants failed to inventory or report a million dollars in gold coins that we removed by the plenary guardian from a safety deposit box of the Ward and the younger daughter of the Ward. (See Cook County case 09 P 4585) A total of approximately $3 million dollars was stolen.
Jerome Larkin jointed the conspiracy when I and several other lawyers called for an HONEST investigation. The Honest investigation was refused, but when we persisted at the urging of guardian ad litem Farenga and Stern the IARDC making obviously false and untrue statements sought and obtained our suspensions from the practice of law. Pursuant to 755 ILCS 5/11a – 10 no jurisdiction over Mary Sykes or her estate was ever obtained – however, by obfuscation and a quite of bit of frugality with truth, Larkin and his co-conspirators assiduously sought to keep the truth from surfacing.
Illinois is in a financial crisis – it law enforcement and the IDR does its job the crisis is solved as Sykes is not the only case in which this type of fiduciary theft (by conspiracy) has occurred. It is so obscene that in the Alice Gore case the miscreants actually when prospecting for gold in the mouth of Alice Gore – the found gold and harvested it! Of course their booty was not inventoried – so it is very clear that it was never inventoried and no taxes were paid on the loot.
Mr. Larkin and his co-conspirators covered up this outrage as well.
I invite you to read the MARYGSYKES, Probate Sharks, and NASGA blogs. Mr. Larkin will not approve, but even though Illinois government does recognize Article 1 of the Illinois Constitution or the Bill of Rights most States in the United States do – We invite you to do your job and protect the elderly and the disabled. (Americans With Disabilities Act title 2).