25 August 2016

Leslie Jones hacked

Leslie Jones' personal website is offline following a hack which revealed sensitive personal documents and what appeared to be nude photos of the Ghostbusters star.

Prior to going dark on Wednesday, JustLeslie.com was plastered with copies of Jones' driver's license and passport. That website also featured several purportedly stolen naked photos of theSaturday Night Live star.

Jones, who was previously a victim of online abuse and succeeded in getting a racist Twitter troll suspended, has yet to comment publicly on the hack. E! News reached out to Jones for comment but did not receive an immediate response. Twitter does not comment on individual accounts for privacy and security reasons.


Hillary Rodham Clinton sent, received, and stored highly classified GovCo. information on her private UNSECURED server via several UNSECURED hand held devices - this we know.

More likely than not, said server and or hand held devices were hacked by foreign governments whether hostile or not, THAT IS WHAT FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS DO!

That said, the FBI determined that there were OVER 100 classified emails on Hillary Clinton's private server.

She allowed people without the proper clearances to handle highly classified GovCo documents including her attorneys who were responsible for deleting over 30,000 of her GovCo & Foundation emails and then "wiping" clean all of her hard drives.

There is no excuse for her to have had an unsecured private server handling classified GovCo. information i.e. email or sending and receiving same on any unsecure hand held devices.

She is married to Bill Clinton, a former POTUS and spent 8 years in the White House prior to becoming a US Senator, and US Sec. of State.

A former US Senator, former US Sec. of State, she also signed a confidentiality agreement and was briefed by Govco. on the handling of highly classified GovCo. information.

HRC should have known or reasonably known how to handle highly classified information.

She's an attorney, she's extremely intelligent, and she's very manipalitive.

Anyone else would have been charged.

Everyone knows intent is not required under our national security laws.

The White House, Justice Department, and the FBI gave Hillary Clinton a pass FOR BREAKING THE LAW!

HRC's private unsecured server was hacked, count on it.

#TooBigtoJail #PaytoPlay #TopSecret #LawsAreForThe99%

18 August 2016

A tinyurl that I created has been blocked, hmm?

“All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing." - Edmund Burke



If anyone is paying attention to what is going on around them the conclusion as to what runs GovCo. & the motivations; and what drives the ONES is more than evident.

The Lyin' Queen

28 July 2016

Crime Scene in Philly at 2016 DNC Convention

Friday 22 July 2016 at 10:30am EDT, WikiLeaks released 19,252 emails and 8,034 attachments from the top of the US Democratic National Committee -- part one of our new Hillary Leaks series. The leaks come from the accounts of seven key figures in the DNC: Communications Director Luis Miranda (10770 emails), National Finance Director Jordon Kaplan (3797 emails), Finance Chief of Staff Scott Comer (3095 emails), Finanace Director of Data & Strategic Initiatives Daniel Parrish (1472 emails), Finance Director Allen Zachary (1611 emails), Senior Advisor Andrew Wright (938 emails) and Northern California Finance Director Robert (Erik) Stowe (751 emails). The emails cover the period from January last year until 25 May this year.


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22 July 2016

WP: Liberal pundits blame Debbie Wasserman Schultz, not Bernie Sanders, for Democrats’ division

To: MirandaL@dnc.org, PaustenbachM@dnc.org, BanfillR@dnc.org, PoughT@dnc.org
Date: 2016-05-19 16:27

Subject: WP: Liberal pundits blame Debbie Wasserman Schultz, not Bernie Sanders, for Democrats’ division

This is really a problem, guys. We cannot allow this narrative to continue. Where is the balance? We have plenty of people that could push back. We must get a pushback story out there.

Liberal pundits blame Debbie Wasserman Schultz, not Bernie Sanders, for Democrats’ division
By Callum Borchers
Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz says Bernie Sanders added fuel to the fire that raged at last weekend’s chaotic Democratic convention in Nevada, criticizing him for choosing to denounce party leaders before condemning violence in a written statement.
Liberal CNN commentator Van Jones sees things very differently.
“She says that Bernie's adding fuel to the fire? She just added fuel to the fire,” Jones said Tuesday, shortly after Wasserman Schultz said in an interview that Sanders's response to reports of a scuffle and threatening behavior by some of his supporters was "anything but acceptable."
Jones went on:
The problem that we have right now is that there has been this concern on the part of Bernie's people that the DNC has been on Hillary's side. ... First of all, Bernie did say, in his statement, that he's against the violence. Also, if you want to talk about violence, only one person's been arrested — it was a Hillary Clinton supporter, Wendell Pierce, arrested for assaulting a Sanders supporter.
So, if you're going to come out and you're going to talk about violence and you're the DNC chair, you have to be fair about it. I don't think she was fair. I think she actually made it worse now. We have to pull these people together. That did not happen.
(Pierce, we should note, is the former "The Wire" actor who was arrested over the weekend after an incident at an Atlanta hotel. There were no arrests at the Nevada convention.)
MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski went farther than Jones on Wednesday, calling for Wasserman Schultz to resign.
"This has been very poorly handled from the start," Brzezinski said. "It has been unfair, and they haven’t taken him seriously, and it starts, quite frankly, with the person that we just heard speaking [Wasserman Schultz]. It just does. ... She should step down. She should step down."
Fellow MSNBC host Chris Hayes, meanwhile, said Tuesday that it's clear that Wasserman Schultz's fingers are on the scale.
“It is clearly the case that when given truth serum, Debbie Wasserman Schultz vastly prefers Hillary Clinton to be the nominee, obviously, and to the extent that there are things that can be done institutionally and marginally to facilitate that outcome, they are being done," Hayes said.
As the Democratic presidential nominating contest drags on — with the Republican race already over — left-leaning pundits are increasingly pinning the blame for disunity on the party boss, instead of the underdog candidate who refuses to drop out. Sanders might be stubborn, but Wasserman Schultz drove him to it by favoring Clinton from the start. Or so the argument goes. And the situation in Nevada seems to have turned up the heat on some long-simmering tensions.
Top complaints include briefly suspending the Sanders campaign's access to a voter database and scheduling half as many primary debates (six) as the Republicans did — and putting half of those events on weekend nights, allegedly to minimize exposure and insulate the front-runner.
The database suspension was a penalty imposed after Sanders acknowledged that a staffer improperly exploited a software glitch that allowed him to view confidential voter information held by the Clinton campaign. The DNC eventually sanctioned four additional debates, though only three have been held and there is no date for the fourth.
The left side of the media has been criticizing Wasserman Schultz's handling of the primary process for a while. "Fire Debbie Wasserman Schultz," blared a to-the-point headline on the Huffington Post in December. On the same day, Slate declared that "Debbie Wasserman Schultz is acting just like the villain Bernie Sanders says she is."
More recently, Esquire's Charles P. Pierce called for Wasserman Schultz's ouster in March (though for reasons unrelated to the 2016 primary),
The liberal press isn't alone in its frustration. As The Fix's Janell Ross wrote in January, "Wasserman Schultz's list of enemies just keeps growing" — a list that includes some fellow Democrats and progressive advocacy groups. The consternation dates to at least 2014, when Politico's Edward-Isaac Dovere wrote a lengthy piece about unhappiness with her performance.
As of Thursday morning, a MoveOn.org petition calling for Wasserman Schultz to resign had 76,146 digital signatures. A similar petition at Change.org had 60,525. Another on CREDO Action's website had 86,291.
It's clear that Wasserman Schultz is in a difficult spot — one she almost certainly didn't anticipate at the beginning of the election season. Sanders made the Democratic race far more competitive than anyone imagined. But as he delays the inevitable, Wasserman Schultz finds that she, too, is being cast as a divisive figure by the media.
On top of it all, the perception could be virtually impossible to shake. While Sanders will ultimately be judged by the extent to which he rallies supporters to Clinton in the general election, Wasserman Schultz is already being judged by moves she made early in the primary season that can't be reversed. Sanders backers might always believe their candidate didn't get a fair shake, and those accusations will probably be part of Wasserman Schultz's media narrative for a long time to come.

Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone.


Dear Super Delegate

Dear Super Delegate,

The American political system is rotten through and through. When it should be the best in the world, it's actually the lousiest. A system of deception, dishonesty, and downright theft of elections.

Election fraud.

Voter suppression.

Corrupt politicians.

Simply put, a county this size... government by the people, for the people is impossible.

 We vote for people we believe will look out for our best interests, and it never happens.

This nation is run by special interest.... The Ones, with the most MONEY!

The way that the FBI & DOJ handled the investigation into the mishandling of classified government documents by Hillary Clinton, her staff, and the recommendation made by FBI Directer Comey and the fact that the AG Lynch met privately with former Pres. Clinton is disgusting to say the least.

That said, if Bernie Sanders is not on the ballot in November... As for me and my household we will vote for Dr. Jill Stein the Green Party candidate for President of the United States.

#NeverHillary #NeverTrump #NeverMeansNever #DemExit




Clinton or Trump

05 July 2016


It's been said that a prosecutor could indict a ham sandwich...
The FBI, and the DOJ gave white collar crime a new meaning in their failure to indict Hillary Rodham Clinton for how she mishandled classified government documents.

16 June 2016

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day shines spotlight

Elder Abuse Awareness Day shines spotlight on hidden scourge

What is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day?

Each year, hundreds of thousands of older persons are abused, neglected, and exploited. In addition, elders throughout the United States lose an estimated $2.6 billion or more annually due to elder financial abuse and exploitation, funds that could have been used to pay for basic needs such as housing, food, and medical care. Unfortunately, no one is immune to abuse, neglect, and exploitation. It occurs in every demographic, and can happen to anyone—a family member, a neighbor, even you. Yet it is estimated that only about one in five of those crimes are ever discovered.

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) was launched on June 15, 2006 by the International Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse and the World Health Organization at the United Nations. The purpose of WEAAD is to provide an opportunity for communities around the world to promote a better understanding of abuse and neglect of older persons by raising awareness of the cultural, social, economic and demographic processes affecting elder abuse and neglect. In addition, WEAAD is in support of the United Nations International Plan of Action acknowledging the significance of elder abuse as a public health and human rights issue. WEAAD serves as a call-to-action for individuals, organizations, and communities to raise awareness about elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation.


"The term “elder abuse” applies, in general, to people age 65 or older, though it can happen to any vulnerable adult.

Elder abuse is not just physical attacks — hitting, slapping, bruising, burning with cigarettes — although all that happens.

It could entail emotional abuse, sexual abuse, financial exploitation, neglect, abandonment and self-neglect."



19 May 2016

Nashville woman guilty of elder abuse; father found in filth

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - A Nashville woman has been convicted of elder abuse after housing officials found her father in an over-full adult diaper with feces on his feet and under his nails.

According to the Davidson County District Attorney’s Office, a jury on Wednesday found Mattie Florence Sweeney guilty of two felony counts of elder abuse.

Read more:

05 April 2016

Nurse Accused of Assaulting 91-year-old Dementia Patient

IREDELL COUNTY, N.C. — An Iredell County nurse is accused of repeatedly assaulting a 91-year-old man who suffers from dementia.

Statesville police said the man’s daughter reported the assaults at Iredell Memorial Hospital.

Tamara Hager Brito has been arrested in connection with the case.

More: Assault on 91-year-old

01 April 2016

Majority of elder abuse cases are caused by family members

Financial abuse is a hidden crime. Statistics from the National Center of Elder Abuse state 90% of the time family members are the abuser.

Family Members

25 March 2016

Wealth can make you even more susceptible

WASHINGTON — Just before the release of a survey about elder financial abuse, an arbitration panel awarded $34 million in damages, including hearing costs, to the estate of Roy M. Speer, a co-founder of the Home Shopping Network.

The award is further proof that rich people are just as vulnerable to financial exploitation as anyone else. In fact, their immense wealth can make them even more susceptible.

The case involved the investment firm Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and two stockbrokers. Speer died in 2012. His wife Lynnda brought a claim against the company, arguing that her husband's estate and his foundation funds had been mismanaged.

The arbitration panel agreed and found that Morgan Stanley and the brokers were guilty of "unauthorized trading, churning, breach of fiduciary duty/constructive fraud, negligence, negligent supervision, ... and unjust enrichment."

Read more:
Michelle Singletary: Do your part to stem elder abuse

10 March 2016

Nurse pleads guilty to elder abuse; Gentrification evictions amount to elder abuse; Caretaker nearly kills man

Katherine Blevins Lenoir, 53, of Maplesville, pleaded guilty today to one count of reckless abuse of a protected person, according to an attorney general's statement. The hearing was held before Circuit Judge Ben A. Fuller.

Lenoir is a former employee of Don Hatley Healthcare and Rehabilitation of Clanton. A licensed practical nurse, Lenoir admitted she inadvertently administered a large dose of a narcotic pain medication to a resident of the facility instead of the requested cough medicine, according to the statement.

Instead of alerting the facility to her mistake, Lenoir manipulated treatment records to reflect that she had given the correct medication, according to the AG's statement. The patient, suffering from an overdose of the narcotic pain medication, was discovered by a nurse on a later shift and rushed to the hospital where she spent several days in the intensive care unit before being released, according to the statement.


Evictions in the Bay Area, where the cost of living has skyrocketed in recent years, appear to have taken a fatal turn.

The death of a 97-year-old woman in Burlingame on March 3 was widely reported by local and international news agencies, with quotes from friends and supporters of Marie Hatch claiming she was “done in” by the stress of being evicted from her home of 66 years.

But what many reports missed, according to a local housing activist, is that Hatch was only the latest Peninsula senior resident who died shortly after being hit with eviction notices or staggering rent increases.

Hatch lived with her friend Georgia Rothrock, 85, in a modest, brown-and-white cottage at the corner of California Drive and Oak Grove Avenue. Despite the home’s location on a noisy thoroughfare, next to a busy auto mechanic’s shop, real estate website Zillow pegs the dwelling’s value at $1.2 million.

Lawyer Nanci Nishimura, who represented Hatch on a pro bono basis, said she will continue to fight the eviction on Rothrock’s behalf. Nishimura’s firm, Cotchett, Pitre, & McCarthy, LLP, is suing landlord David Kantz.


An elderly Arvada man hired a caretaker from jail, who proceeded to swindle him for $20,000 dollars and almost killed him, by pushing him down the stairs of his home and stomping on his head.

In November, Jana Bergman was sentenced to 208 years in prison for attacking 88-year-old Jack Woods.

While Woods’ story is horrific, it’s not unusual or rare.


26 February 2016

82-year-old woman found dead in home, son arrested

Son arrested in 82-year-old mother’s death in south Charlotte home

Two years after Ina Feldman was found strangled and beaten to death in her south Charlotte home, police say they have charged her 58-year-old son with her murder.

Irwin Jay Feldman initially told police he found her body about 9:30 a.m. Feb. 4, 2014, in her townhouse on Torrey Pines Court, a south Charlotte community of mostly older residents with little crime. Irwin lived a few doors down from his mother.

In the two years since Feldman was killed, police have not released many developments in the case.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department Major Cam Selvey, speaking from police headquarters on Thursday, said police have been actively working the case since Feldman’s death. Over the past few weeks, investigators developed probable cause that linked Irwin Feldman to the killing, he said.

Read more:

Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/crime/article62508187.html#storylink=cpy

Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/crime/article62508187.html#storylink=cpy

22 January 2016

Michigan suspends workers, restores Flint mayoral powers in water crisis

File under - A day late and a dollar short.

"Michigan Governor Rick Snyder on Friday suspended two state workers in connection with water testing failures in the Flint contamination crisis and the state restored some powers to Mayor Karen Weaver.
Snyder, who NBC news reported has hired a crisis PR firm, suspended two Michigan Department of Environmental Quality workers in an increasing national furor over elevated lead readings in tap water and the blood of some children."

19 January 2016

Viral video spurs debate on elder abuse in India

A CCTV video of a woman beating her elderly mother-in-law has raised the issue of elder abuse and elder care in a culture where a wife is meant to care for her husband and in-laws into old age.

Security footage recorded early this year in a home in northern India shows an elderly woman being violently beaten by her daughter-in-law, Sangeeta Jain. The video (below) now has almost six millions of views on Facebook and YouTube. Be warned that the video contains graphic content.

Read more: Viral Video

12 January 2016

Daughter sentenced in elder-abuse case

A woman was sentenced to two years in prison, plus five years’ post-prison supervision, for what the prosecution described as depleting her mother’s account “into oblivion,” leaving her unable to pay her debts.

Rene Sutton, Child’s older daughter, received $250,000 during the same period Osterud received $3 million. Sutton was also written out of a will when previous versions had the sisters equally splitting the inheritance.

Read more: 

Feel the Bern

#NoClinton #NoBush #NoRepublican 

#Bernie2016 #BernieorBust #VetsforBernie #WomenforBernie #BernieSandersPresident


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Posted by DJ SNAKE on Saturday, December 28, 2013

06 January 2016

Remove Debbie Wasserman Schultz

Wasserman Schultz has been chair of the DNC since 2011. After four years, there is no longer any doubt that Wasserman Schultz must go. She has:
  1. Rigged the primary process to suppress Democratic turnout by scheduling the bare minimum of presidential debates, at odd times when TV viewership is lowest — giving all candidates less opportunities to present their message, and suppressing the Democratic voter engagement that is essential to promote turnout at the polls.
  2. Put her own political interests ahead of the Democratic party, routinely soliciting donors at party events for donations to her own campaign and leadership PAC. Previously, as head of the DNC’s Red to Blue program, sherefused to support Democratic challengers to three Republicans she counts as friends.
  3. Supported warmongers by trying to undermine the president’s Iran deal. Reports claim she attempted to scuttle a DNC committee resolution supporting peace and diplomacy through the nuclear agreement with Iran. She also pointedly refused to publicly support the deal at first, giving Republicans an opening to attack, before finally voting in favor.
  4. Sided with anti-progressive special interests that hurt Democratic voters and her own constituents.Wasserman Schultz lobbied to stop the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau from cracking down on predatory lenders. Under her leadership, the DNC partnered for one of the 2016 debates with a “notoriously anti-choice” media outlet.
Chair Wasserman Schultz has repeatedly pursued her own agenda at the expense of the progressive base and basic principles of fairness. That’s bad for progressive values and bad for the Democratic Party, and she must resign.

02 January 2016

Has been to prison before for a similar crime

A man accused of kidnapping and repeatedly beating a woman is now in custody, thanks to a high-tech camera.

FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Suspect arrested in Coalinga on charges of kidnapping and repeatedly beating a 71-year-old woman has been to prison before for a similar crime.

Deputies say the suspect attacked a 71-year old woman in his car before he left her tied-up inside her home.

31 December 2015

A Neighbor Saves Her Elderly Friend

Elder Abuse: A Neighbor Saves Her Elderly Friend
For every 24 cases of elder abuse, only one is reported. One woman has no regrets about going to authorities with her concerns about her neighbor's well-being.

Nancy Oatts had a friendly relationship with her neighbor Miss D (Oatts requested that "Miss D" would be used to protect her neighbor's identity.) Miss D had a level of dementia. She lived by herself so Oatts would sometimes visit her and share a beer. One day, Oatts began to notice something wasn't right.

"She was looking neglected. She was very scared and didn't want to let you leave her once she got a hold of you," Oatts said.

Miss D was also carrying around all of her money because she didn't trust her family.

- See more at: http://www.wfuv.org/content/elder-abuse-neighbor-saves-her-elderly-friend

17 November 2015


Daniel Kristof Lak - #216983

Current Status:  Disbarred

This member is prohibited from practicing law in California by order of the California Supreme Court.
See below for more details.

10 November 2015

Grandmother tries to spite heirs by shredding $1.1 million

VIENNA - An Austrian 85-year-old cut up into tiny pieces almost a million euros ($1.1-million) in an apparent attempt to spite her heirs, authorities said on Thursday.

After the woman died in a retirement home, the 950,000 euros as well as savings accounts books were found shredded on her bed, prosecutors said.

State prosecutor Erich Habitzl confirmed the discovery -- first reported in the Kurier daily -- but said that there was nothing he could do for the relatives.

Good for her!

Read more:

08 November 2015


It appears that Steven A. Fuller moved against his step-father, Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller, in the various court cases to secure half of all of  Thelsey's assets....

In June 2006, Steven filed a petition for conservatorship of Edwina and her estate. Edwina had lived with him since 1999, and before that time, she lived at the Belhaven property. 

The court appointed him conservator of her and her estate in February 2007. 

In May 2008, Steven filed a petition to determine title to real property in the conservatorship action. 

The petition alleged that in 1968, while still married to Edwina, Thelsey took community property funds and purchased the 12th Avenue property with Odessa. 

Odessa quit claimed her interest in the 12th Avenue property to Thelsey before her death in 2003. 

Steven was seeking a determination that a one-half interest in title to the 12th Avenue property was vested in him.... 

He also wanted the court to determine that he held a one-half interest in title to the Belhaven property....


It must be noted that Daniel Kristof Lak - #216983 the former attorney for Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller has been disbarred for various violations of California Rules of Court.

Daniel Kristof Lak made several fatal errors in his representation of Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller and in the several documents he prepared on behalf of his clients.

Ten complaints are currently pending against the former attorney.

Steven also savaged the Estate of Edwina Fuller and refused to share any of those proceeds with his siblings.

We regress, Steven and his attorney Teddie J. Randall got a way with it and the Court signed off on it.

17 October 2015

Crooked Attorney Kills Self

Rock Hill attorney Horace Jones Jr. has appeared in many South Carolina courthouses over the past two decades, representing clients primarily on money matters.

On Monday morning, Jones, 45, was scheduled to be in a Jasper County courtroom – not as an attorney, but as a defendant facing a felony charge that he stole $600,000 from the descendants of slaves who had owned property near Hardeeville since just after emancipation after the Civil War.
If convicted on the breach of trust charge, Jones could have spent up to 10 years in prison.

Eight hours later and 200 miles away, York County sheriff’s deputies found a man’s body in a wooded area on Falls Road outside Rock Hill. Police and the coroner said the man suffered what appeared to be a gunshot wound, and they are investigating the death as a suicide.

Read more:

Read more here: http://www.heraldonline.com/news/local/article39420363.html#storylink=cpy

03 October 2015

Steven A. Fuller & Teddie J. Randall got away with it Re: BP135381

Fraud, Perjury, Theft, Misappropriation, Embezzlement 


08/12/2015 at 01:30 pm in Department 5, Maria E. Stratton, Presiding

JTD 1 APPROVED [Fraudulent accounting, embezzlement, theft, misappropriation, perjury]
JTD 2 APPROVED [Steven Bain aka Steven Fuller & Randall $3,065.00]
JTD 3 DENIED [No more MONEY! for Randall]
JTD 4 DENIED [No more MONEY! for Steven]
JTD 5 OVER RULED [Probate Court run amok; It's okay to lie & steal]
JTD 6 SUSTAINED [Atty Sandra Anderson gets her MONEY!]
Petition granted

1. JTD account, report
2. JTD statutory commissions & attorneys fees $3,065
3. JTD extraordinary attorney's fees $12,845 (30.10 hrs)
4. JTD extraordinary commissions $1,000
5. JTD objections by Sandra Arnold: 

a) that the court order Steven Fuller and atty Teddie J. Randall to account for the $107,692.30 paid to the Estate of Edwina Fuller by the Estate of Thelsey L. Fuller and to deposit same into a blkd account along with any other monies belonging to the Estate of Edwina Fuller;

b) that the court order that any monies not accounted for and or produced by Steven Fuller and atty Teddie J. Randall be held against them; that they be jointly and severally liable for all missing monies and that those missing monies be recovered from any fees claimed by them against the Estate of Edwina Fuller; 

c) that the court reject and deny the 1st and Final Rept and Acct, as well as any and all acts and proceedings of the admr; 

d) that the court deny any payments to Steven Fuller, Teddie J. Randall and Randall & Associates or any other creditor until such time as a proper and accurate accounting is conducted and then reviewed by the court and all parties involved; 

e) that the court deny the proposed distribution; 

f) that the court find that Steven Fuller and atty Teddie J. Randall attempted to mislead the court, are in contempt of court and committed perjury in regards to the accounting; 

g) that the court find that atty Randall, after being notified of the objections to the sale of the Belhaven Ave. property below fair market value, failed to oppose the safe of the Belhaven Ave. property causing a financial loss to his clients, Shirley Ritchey and Sandra Arnold in regards to the Thelsey L. Fuller Trust in the amount of $20,875; 

h) that the court find that atty Randall has a conflict of interest in the various court cases, BP09921 et. al; 

i) that the court consider the complaint filed against atty Randall with the State Bar, inquiry #14 18164 [pending] for his failure to provide adequate legal representation to his client(s) Sandra Arnold and Shirley Ritchey but, instead provided legal services geared mainly to benefit the designs of Steven Fuller thus causing a financial loss to all less Steven Fuller; 

j) that the court consider Exhibits 1-12 attached to the objs as background info as to the objs and the allegations contained in the objs when making its determination as to the distribution 

k) that the Court force Steven Fuller, admr, to give an accounting for the alleged life insurance policy of Edwina Fuller

5. JTD Sandra Arnold's amendment to objs filed 5/1/15: That the court revisit, rescind and or revise the award of $124,700 to claimant/petitioner, Steven Fuller, also known as Steven A. Fuller

6. JTD objections of petnr's former attorney Sandra Jones Anderson: a) an Order directing Steven Fuller as the former consr of the estate of Edwina Fuller, and now the admr of the estate of Edwina Fuller to pay to Sandra Jones Anderson, former attorney for the cshp of Edwina Fuller, the sum of $14,951 for attorney fees and $161.00 for costs advanced by objr for her services to the cshp of Edwina Fuller in Los Angeles Superior Court Case No. BP 099211, pursuant to the 11/18/14 Order of the Court



You got away with it Busters.

It was a fuck fest. 
Thelsey & Edwina's family got humped by the bastard with the help of the Court, and the various corrupt attorneys.

The L. A. Probate Court is a sham but, you scumbags already knew that.

This goes out to all the low-lifes, you know who you are.

30 September 2015

Financial Abuse

Elder financial abuse spans a broad spectrum of conduct, including:
  • Taking money or property
  • Forging an older person's signature
  • Getting an older person to sign a deed, will, or power of attorney through deception, coercion, or undue influence
  • Using the older person's property or possessions without permission
  • Promising lifelong care in exchange for money or property and not following through on the promise
  • Confidence crimes ("cons") are the use of deception to gain victims' confidence
  • Scams are fraudulent or deceptive acts
  • Fraud is the use of deception, trickery, false pretence, or dishonest acts or statements for financial gain
  • Telemarketing scams. Perpetrators call victims and use deception, scare tactics, or exaggerated claims to get them to send money. They may also make charges against victims' credit cards without authorization

Who are the perpetrators?

Family members, including sons, daughters, grandchildren, or spouses. They may:
  • Have substance abuse, gambling, or financial problems
  • Stand to inherit and feel justified in taking what they believe is "almost" or "rightfully" theirs
  • Fear that their older family member will get sick and use up their savings, depriving the abuser of an inheritance
  • Have had a negative relationship with the older person and feel a sense of "entitlement"
  • Have negative feelings toward siblings or other family members whom they want to prevent from acquiring or inheriting the older person's assets
Predatory individuals who seek out vulnerable seniors with the intent of exploiting them. They may:
  • Profess to love the older person ("sweetheart scams")
  • Seek employment as personal care attendants, counselors, etc. to gain access
  • Identify vulnerable persons by driving through neighborhoods (to find persons who are alone and isolated) or contact recently widowed persons they find through newspaper death announcements
  • Move from community to community to avoid being apprehended (transient criminals)

Unscrupulous professionals or businesspersons, or persons posing as such. They may:
  • Overcharge for services or products
  • Use deceptive or unfair business practices
  • Use their positions of trust or respect to gain compliance                                                                          

26 September 2015

This is too much

SECTION 503-515 

503.  Embezzlement is the fraudulent appropriation of property by a
person to whom it has been intrusted.

504.  Every officer of this state, or of any county, city, city and
county, or other municipal corporation or subdivision thereof, and
every deputy, clerk, or servant of that officer, and every officer,
director, trustee, clerk, servant, or agent of any association,
society, or corporation (public or private), who fraudulently
appropriates to any use or purpose not in the due and lawful
execution of that person's trust, any property in his or her
possession or under his or her control by virtue of that trust, or
secretes it with a fraudulent intent to appropriate it to that use or
purpose, is guilty of embezzlement.

504a.  Every person who shall fraudulently remove, conceal or
dispose of any goods, chattels or effects, leased or let to him by
any instrument in writing, or any personal property or effects of
another in his possession, under a contract of purchase not yet
fulfilled, and any person in possession of such goods, chattels, or
effects knowing them to be subject to such lease or contract of
purchase who shall so remove, conceal or dispose of the same with
intent to injure or defraud the lessor or owner thereof, is guilty of

504b.  Where under the terms of a security agreement, as defined in
paragraph (74) of subdivision (a) of Section 9102 of the Commercial
Code, the debtor has the right to sell the property covered thereby
and is to account to the secured party for, and pay to the secured
party the indebtedness secured by the security agreement from, the
proceeds of the sale of any of the property, and where the debtor,
having sold the property covered by the security agreement and having
received the proceeds of the sale, willfully and wrongfully, and
with the intent to defraud, fails to pay to the secured party the
amounts due under the security agreement, or the proceeds of the
sale, whichever is the lesser amount, and appropriates the money to
his or her own use, the debtor shall be guilty of embezzlement and
shall be punishable as provided in Section 514.

505.  Every carrier or other person having under his control
personal property for the purpose of transportation for hire, who
fraudulently appropriates it to any use or purpose inconsistent with
the safe keeping of such property and its transportation according to
his trust, is guilty of embezzlement, whether he has broken the
package in which such property is contained, or has otherwise
separated the items thereof, or not.

506.  Every trustee, banker, merchant, broker, attorney, agent,
assignee in trust, executor, administrator, or collector, or person
otherwise intrusted with or having in his control property for the
use of any other person, who fraudulently appropriates it to any use
or purpose not in the due and lawful execution of his trust, or
secretes it with a fraudulent intent to appropriate it to such use or
purpose, and any contractor who appropriates money paid to him for
any use or purpose, other than for that which he received it, is
guilty of embezzlement, and the payment of laborers and materialmen
for work performed or material furnished in the performance of any
contract is hereby declared to be the use and purpose to which the
contract price of such contract, or any part thereof, received by the
contractor shall be applied.

506a.  Any person who, acting as collector, or acting in any
capacity in or about a business conducted for the collection of
accounts or debts owing by another person, and who violates Section
506 of the Penal Code, shall be deemed to be an agent or person as
defined in Section 506, and subject for a violation of Section 506,
to be prosecuted, tried, and punished in accordance therewith and
with law; and "collector" means every such person who collects, or
who has in his or her possession or under his or her control property
or money for the use of any other person, whether in his or her own
name and mixed with his or her own property or money, or otherwise,
or whether he or she has any interest, direct or indirect, in or to
such property or money, or any portion thereof, and who fraudulently
appropriates to his or her own use, or the use of any person other
than the true owner, or person entitled thereto, or secretes that
property or money, or any portion thereof, or interest therein not
his or her own, with a fraudulent intent to appropriate it to any use
or purpose not in the due and lawful execution of his or her trust.

506b.  Any person who violates Section 2985.3 or 2985.4 of the Civil
Code, relating to real property sales contracts, is guilty of a
public offense punishable by a fine not exceeding ten thousand
dollars ($10,000), or by imprisonment in a the county jail not
exceeding one year, or by imprisonment pursuant to subdivision (h) of
Section 1170, or by both that fine and imprisonment.

507.  Every person intrusted with any property as bailee, tenant, or
lodger, or with any power of attorney for the sale or transfer
thereof, who fraudulently converts the same or the proceeds thereof
to his own use, or secretes it or them with a fraudulent intent to
convert to his own use, is guilty of embezzlement.

508.  Every clerk, agent, or servant of any person who fraudulently
appropriates to his own use, or secretes with a fraudulent intent to
appropriate to his own use, any property of another which has come
into his control or care by virtue of his employment as such clerk,
agent, or servant, is guilty of embezzlement.

509.  A distinct act of taking is not necessary to constitute

510.  Any evidence of debt, negotiable by delivery only, and
actually executed, is the subject of embezzlement, whether it has
been delivered or issued as a valid instrument or not.

511.  Upon any indictment for embezzlement, it is a sufficient
defense that the property was appropriated openly and avowedly, and
under a claim of title preferred in good faith, even though such
claim is untenable. But this provision does not excuse the unlawful
retention of the property of another to offset or pay demands held
against him.

512.  The fact that the accused intended to restore the property
embezzled, is no ground of defense or mitigation of punishment, if it
has not been restored before an information has been laid before a
magistrate, or an indictment found by a grand jury, charging the
commission of the offense.

513.  Whenever, prior to an information laid before a magistrate, or
an indictment found by a grand jury, charging the commission of
embezzlement, the person accused voluntarily and actually restores or
tenders restoration of the property alleged to have been embezzled,
or any part thereof, such fact is not a ground of defense, but it
authorizes the court to mitigate punishment, in its discretion.

514.  Every person guilty of embezzlement is punishable in the
manner prescribed for theft of property of the value or kind
embezzled; and where the property embezzled is an evidence of debt or
right of action, the sum due upon it or secured to be paid by it
must be taken as its value; if the embezzlement or defalcation is of
the public funds of the United States, or of this state, or of any
county or municipality within this state, the offense is a felony,
and is punishable by imprisonment in the state prison; and the person
so convicted is ineligible thereafter to any office of honor, trust,
or profit in this state.

515.  Upon conviction of a felony violation under this chapter, the
fact that the victim was an elder or dependent person, as defined in
Section 288, shall be considered a circumstance in aggravation when
imposing a term under subdivision (b) of Section 1170.

California Penal Code Section 503-515

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