Wednesday, August 17, 2016

It is a good thing that you are not a lawyer

It is a good thing that you are not a lawyer - according to Jerome Larkin and the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission reporting this type of horror = especially if a degree of judicial corruption is involved - is akin to yelling fire in a crowded theater.    Had you called for an HONEST INVESTIGATION Larkin and his 18 USCA 371 co-conspirators would have had kittens.   

It may seem that I am making light of this horrible situation, but I am NOT!   The Alice Gore case rivals the reported scenario, except that there was JUDICIAL SUPERVISION and an infamous guardian ad litem orchestrated the horror.    Even though this GAl engaged in a major fraud in a Florida Estate, Jerome Larkin and the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission have moved heaven and earth to protect her and her nursing home mogul relative.   (the father of the miscreant who stole a BILLION dollars from Medicare!).

Of course there is the Mary Sykes case 09 P 4585.  Mary's nursing home stay was not quite a visit to a Nazi concentration camp, but, it was damn close.   The parallel was the fact that every protection provided for either in the statute or the Constitution was ignored, and the Judge presiding actually admitted on page 91 of her evidence deposition that she was 'fixed!'    Again the Establishment lead by Jerome Larkin was able to silence the outrage and ultimate execution.   The Judge who breached her public trust was elevated to the Illinois Appellate Court.   The Call for an HONEST INVESTIGATION was successfully thwarted!

It was called to my attention that I have another antidote concerning Florida Nursing homes and Florida medicine.   My wife's grandparents were (a bunch of years ago) in an auto accident.   After emergency room treatment because of their age - they were younger than I am now - they were sent to a nursing home for rehabilitation.    

Fortuitously I had some business in Florida and I am my father went to visit the grandparents in the nursing home.   As you know my father was a retired doctor.  He accompanied me on the visit.   We walked into the edifice, found the grandparents and started our visit.   Dad suddenly got up, looked a grandmother.   His face got red, and anger swelled up!   In one of those calm but very threatening manner he called for the nurse, and demanded to see the doctor who was treating grandmother.   

One look at his demeanor left the nurse terrified and she left and returned with the administrator -- IT SEEMS THAT GRANDMOTHER HAD A BROKEN ARM that in the week or so that she was under this wonderful care had not been treated, set, ****.   He was livid.   He set the arm, and dealt with it.   Judy's parent removed her grandparents from the facility.  Of course Dad's complaints to the authorities went nowhere.


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