When is a blog akin to yelling fire in a crowded theater?

To: “J. Ditkowsky” <jdit@aol.com>, “Chuck.Goudie@abc.com” <Chuck.Goudie@abc.com>
Subject: Re: Seth Gillman, ex-owner of Passages Hospice
Date: Feb 17, 2016 10:12 PM
Interesting that none of the Television stations have information on the elder cleansing scandal and the assaults on the First Amendment that is in progress.   Seth Gillman’s theft of millions of dollars in overcharges to the Federal Health Care program pales by comparison to the over-charges promulgated by the nursing home cabal or the guardianship scenario.  
Even though literally hundred of victims and their family have communicated the felonies of elder cleansing to ABC, NBC, and CBS the corruption has been quashed.   Fortunately many of the complaints have been preserved on the various blogs, to wit: Probate Sharks, MaryGSykes, NASGA, *****.   Janet Phelan’s articles have captured the essence of the scandal that only can be described as the AMERICAN HOLOCAUST.     
The most recent viral material has been circulated by Kristi Hood (Texas)
Here in Illinois the Mary Sykes case 09 P 4585 is strong evidence of not only corruption but a major cover-up.   The Mary Sykes videos are preserved on the MaryGSykes blog.   The Lawyer Disciplinary Commission in their attempt to cover-up the theft of three million dollars in assets by a corrupt judge, two guardian ad litem, a guardian they argued in the JoAnne Denison disciplinary proceeding that the disclosure of judicial corruption was akin to yelling fire in a crowded theater.
Indeed it is – when the theater is filled with corrupt political and judicial souls.   Disclosure of the facts of Sykes, or the prospecting for gold in the mouth of Alice Gore by corrupt judicial officials (and of course not inventorying the gold harvested)
What really frosts Mr. Jerome Larkin and his 18 USCA 371 co-conspirators is the fact that he and his cronies because each has acted in concert  to protect the corrupt judges, corrupt lawyers et al each has joint and several liability for not only civil damages, but the Federal and State Income taxes.   If my calculations are correct in Sykes alone there is three million dollars due in interest and penalties.  In Gore 1.5 million, Tyler 8 million *****.

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