30 December 2011

Electronic Transactions Are People

Please mail as many of your payments and letters as humanly possible.

The United States Postal Service is there to serve all of us.

One day America will wake up a realize that "union" is the key word in United States of America.

Verizon and others charge you to make automated payments.

The Post Office makes deliveries in person [six days a week] for $0.42 cents -- 1 oz., about five sheet of regular size paper, 8' x 11', including envelope and stamp.

Before you know it Corporations will be telling us that ...

"Electronic transactions are people."

Verizon backs off plan to charge $2 convenience fee

20 December 2011

Mrs. Edwina Fuller




Mrs. Edwina Fuller, with her conservator & son, Mr. Steven Fuller.

Mrs. Fuller is the victim of fraud, undue influence and financial elder abuse by two of her children, Robert and Doris Fuller. $308,000.00 is known to have been stolen by the pair. They are still at large.

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/09/take-look-at-this-elder-abuse-financial.html

08 December 2011

Eat Your Vegetables


Even though Friday is her “official birthday,” every day is celebration for 105-year-old Agnes Gatlin.

Gatlin, who will be honored with a party at Savannah Terrace at 2 p.m. Friday, said while “things don’t work quite like they should anymore,” she still looks forward to every sunrise – something she attributes to her father’s love of vegetables.

“My daddy was a hard-working man,” Gatlin said. “He was a farmer. He wanted us to go to college and get an education so we wouldn’t have to work in the hot sun all day.

“Out of us six children, five of us got a degree,” she said. “I plowed a field one time, and that was enough for me.

“Daddy always had something growing,” she said. “We’d finish one thing and they’re would be another to eat right behind it.

“Nowadays, they put all that stuff on your food,” she said. “I think it’s because of my diet that I’ve lived so long. I’ll tell you the secret – it’s vegetables.



http://www.andalusiastarnews.com/2011/12/08/advice-for-living-to-105-eat-your-vegetables/

12 September 2011

S.462 -- Elder Abuse Victims Act of 2011 (Introduced in Senate - IS)



God willing, "We the people . . . " will get there!

Bill Text
112th Congress (2011-2012)
S.462.IS

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S.462 -- Elder Abuse Victims Act of 2011 (Introduced in Senate - IS)


S 462 IS

112th CONGRESS

1st Session

S. 462To better protect, serve, and advance the rights of victims of elder abuse and exploitation by establishing a program to encourage States and other qualified entities to create jobs designed to hold offenders accountable, enhance the capacity of the justice system to investigate, pursue, and prosecute elder abuse cases, identify existing resources to leverage to the extent possible, and assure data collection, research, and evaluation to promote the efficacy and efficiency of the activities described in this Act.

IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

March 2, 2011
Mr. KOHL (for himself, Mr. CASEY, Mrs. GILLIBRAND, Mr. BLUMENTHAL, Mr. NELSON of Florida, Ms. MIKULSKI, and Mr. BROWN of Ohio) introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary

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A BILL
To better protect, serve, and advance the rights of victims of elder abuse and exploitation by establishing a program to encourage States and other qualified entities to create jobs designed to hold offenders accountable, enhance the capacity of the justice system to investigate, pursue, and prosecute elder abuse cases, identify existing resources to leverage to the extent possible, and assure data collection, research, and evaluation to promote the efficacy and efficiency of the activities described in this Act.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.

This Act may be cited as the `Elder Abuse Victims Act of 2011'.

SEC. 2. DEFINITIONS.

In this Act--

(1) the terms `abuse', `elder', `elder justice', `exploitation', and `neglect' have the meanings given those terms in section 2011 of the Social Security Act (42 U.S.C. 1397j);

(2) the term `elder abuse' includes neglect and exploitation;

(3) the term `Director' means the Director of the Office appointed under section 3(b);

(4) the term `Office' means the Office of Elder Justice established under section 3(a);

(5) the term `State' means each of the several States of the United States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and any other territory of possession of the United States; and

(6) the term `task force' means a multidisciplinary task force on elder justice established or designated under section 5(c)(1).

SEC. 3. OFFICE OF ELDER JUSTICE.

(a) In General- There is established within the Department of Justice a office to be known as the Office of Elder Justice, which shall address issues relating to elder abuse.

(b) Director- The Office shall be headed by a Director who shall--

(1) be appointed by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, from among individuals with experience and expertise in elder abuse; and

(2) serve as counsel to the Attorney General on elder justice and elder abuse.

(c) Responsibilities- The Director shall--

(1) create, compile, evaluate, and disseminate materials and information, and provide the necessary training and technical assistance, to assist States and units of local government in--

(A) investigating, prosecuting, pursuing, preventing, understanding, and mitigating the impact of--

(i) physical, sexual, and psychological abuse of elders;

(ii) exploitation of elders, including financial abuse and scams targeting elders; and

(iii) neglect of elders; and

(B) assessing, addressing, and mitigating the physical and psychological trauma to victims of elder abuse;

(2) collect data and perform an evidence-based evaluation to--

(A) assure the efficacy of measures and methods intended to prevent, detect, respond to, or redress elder abuse; and

(B) evaluate the number of victims of elder abuse in each State and the extent to which the needs of the victims are served by crime victim services, programs, and sources of funding;

(3) publish a report, on an annual basis, that describes the results of the evaluations conducted under paragraphs (1) and (2), and submit the report to each Federal agency, each State, and the Committee on the Judiciary and the Special Committee on Aging of the Senate and the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives;

(4) evaluate training models to determine best practices, create replication guides, create training materials, if necessary, for law enforcement officers, prosecutors, judges, emergency responders, individuals working in victim services, adult protective services, social services, and public safety, medical personnel, mental health personnel, financial services personnel, and any other individuals whose work may bring them in contact with elder abuse regarding how to--

(A) conduct investigations in elder abuse cases;

(B) address evidentiary issues and other legal issues; and

(C) appropriately assess, respond to, and interact with victims and witnesses in elder abuse cases, including in administrative, civil, and criminal judicial proceedings;

(5) conduct, and update on a regular basis, a study of laws and practices relating to elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation, including--

(A) a comprehensive description of State laws and practices;

(B) an analysis of the effectiveness of State laws and practices, including--

(i) whether the State laws are enforced; and

(ii) if enforced--

(I) how the State laws are enforced; and

(II) how enforcement of the State laws has effected elder abuse within the State;

(C) a review of State definitions of the terms `abuse', `neglect', and `exploitation' in the context of elder abuse cases;

(D) a review of State laws that mandate reporting of elder abuse, including adult protective services laws, laws that require the reporting of nursing home deaths or suspicious deaths of elders to coroners or medical examiners, and other pertinent reporting laws, that analyzes--

(i) the impact and efficacy of the State laws;

(ii) whether the State laws are enforced;

(iii) the levels of compliance with the State laws; and

(iv) the response to, and actions taken as a result of, reports made under the State laws;

(E) a review of State evidentiary, procedural, sentencing, choice of remedies, and data retention issues relating to elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation;

(F) a review of State fiduciary laws, including law relating to guardianship, conservatorship, and power of attorney;

(G) a review of State laws that permit or encourage employees of depository institutions (as defined in section 3(c)(1) of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act (12 U.S.C. 1813(c)(1)) and State credit unions (as defined in section 101 of the Federal Credit Union Act (12 U.S.C. 1752)) to prevent and report suspected elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation;

(H) a review of State laws used in civil court proceedings to prevent and address elder abuse;

(I) a review of State laws relating to fraud and related activities in connection with mail, telemarketing, the Internet, or health care;

(J) a review of State laws that create programs, offices, entities, or other programs that address or respond to elder abuse; and

(K) an analysis of any other State laws relating to elder abuse; and

(6) carry out such other duties as the Attorney General determines necessary in connection with enhancing the understanding, prevention, detection, and response to elder abuse.

SEC. 4. DATA COLLECTION.

The Attorney General, in consultation with the Secretary of Health and Human Services, shall, on an annual basis--

(1) collect from Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies and prosecutor offices statistical data relating to the incidence of elder abuse, including data relating to--

(A) the number of elder abuse cases referred to law enforcement agencies, adult protective services, or any other State entity tasked with addressing elder abuse;

(B) the number and types of cases filed in Federal, State, and local courts; and

(C) the outcomes of the cases described in subparagraphs (A) and (B) and the reasons for such outcomes;

(2) identify common data points among Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies and prosecutor offices that would allow for the collection of uniform national data;

(3) publish a summary of the data collected under paragraphs (1) and (2);

(4) identify--

(A) the types of data relevant to elder abuse that should be collected; and

(B) what entity is most capable of collecting the data described in subparagraph (A); and

(5) develop recommendations for collecting additional data relating to elder abuse.

SEC. 5. ELDER VICTIMS GRANT PROGRAM.

(a) In General- The Director may make grants and provide technical assistance to not more than 15 States to assist the States in developing, establishing, and operating programs designed to improve--

(1) the response to cases of elder abuse in a manner that limits additional trauma to the elder victims; and

(2) the investigation and prosecution of cases of elder abuse.

(b) Eligibility- A State is eligible to receive a grant under this section if the State--

(1) has a crime victims compensation program that meets the criteria described in section 1403(b) of the Victims of Crime Act of 1984 (42 U.S.C. 10602(b)); and

(2) is in compliance with subsection (c).

(c) Establishment of Task Force-

(1) IN GENERAL- In order to be eligible to receive a grant under this section, a State shall establish or, subject to paragraph (5), designate a multidisciplinary task force on elder justice that is composed of professionals with knowledge and experience relating to the criminal justice system and issues of elder abuse.

(2) MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENT- Except as provided in paragraph (6), a task force shall include--

(A) representatives from law enforcement agencies, such as police officers, sheriffs and deputy sheriffs, detectives, public safety officers, corrections officers, investigators and victims' service personnel;

(B) a representative from the crime victim compensation program of the State;

(C) judicial and legal officers, including individuals who work on cases of elder abuse;

(D) elder justice and elder law advocates, including local agencies on aging and local public and private agencies and entities relating to elder abuse and other crimes against elders;

(E) health and mental health professionals;

(F) representatives from social services agencies in the State;

(G) representatives from adult protective services; and

(H) family members of victims of elder abuse.

(3) REVIEW AND EVALUATION- A task force shall--

(A) review and evaluate the investigative, administrative, and judicial responses to cases of elder abuse in the State;

(B) make recommendations to the State based on the review and evaluation conducted under subparagraph (A), including recommendations relating to--

(i) modifying the investigative, administrative, and judicial response to cases of elder abuse, in a manner that--

(I) reduces the additional trauma to the elder victim; and

(II) ensures procedural fairness to the individual accused of elder abuse; and

(ii) experimental, model, and demonstration programs for testing innovative approaches and techniques that may improve the rate of successful prosecution or enhance the effectiveness of judicial and administrative action in elder abuse cases, and which ensure procedural fairness to the accused, including a determination of which programs are most effective; and

(C) submit the recommendations described in subparagraph (B) to the Office.

(4) REPORT- Not later than 1 year after a State receives grant funds under this section, the State shall submit to the Director a report that includes--

(A) an evaluation of the effectiveness of the grant program;

(B) a list of all laws of the State relating to elder abuse; and

(C) any other information the Director may require.

(5) TASK FORCE ALTERNATIVE- If determined appropriate by the Director, a State may designate a commission or task force established by a State before January 1, 2011, with membership and functions comparable to those described in paragraphs (2) and (3), as a task force for the purposes of this subsection.

(6) TASK FORCE MEMBERSHIP WAIVER- The Director may waive, in part, the task force membership requirements under paragraph (2) for a State that demonstrates a need for the waiver.

(d) Use of Funds- Grant funds awarded under this section may be used to support--

(1) State and local prosecutor offices and courts in elder abuse matters, including--

(A) hiring or paying salary and benefits for employees and establishing or implementing units designated to work on elder justice issues in State prosecutors' offices and State courts; and

(B) hiring or paying salary and benefits for an employee to coordinate elder justice-related cases, training, technical assistance, and policy development for State and local prosecutors and courts;

(2) State and local law enforcement agencies investigating cases of elder abuse; and

(3) adult protective services.

(e) Evaluation and Report- Not later than 1 year after the date on which the Director makes available the final funds awarded under a grant under this section, the Director shall--

(1) evaluate the grant program established under this section; and

(2) submit to the appropriate congressional committees a report on the evaluation conducted under paragraph (1), including recommendations on whether the grant program should be continued.

SEC. 6. ELDER JUSTICE COORDINATING COUNCIL.

Section 2021(b)(1)(B) of the Social Security Act (42 U.S.C. 1397k(b)(1)(B)) is amended by striking `(or the Attorney General's designee)' and inserting `(or the Director of the Office of Elder Justice)'.

SEC. 7. AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.

There is authorized to be appropriated to carry out this Act $20,000,000 for each of fiscal years 2012 through 2014.



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dilatory

\DIL-uh-tor-ee\ , adjective;

1.
Tending to put off what ought to be done at once; given to procrastination.

2.
Marked by procrastination or delay; intended to cause delay; -- said of actions or measures.

Word of the Day dictionary.com 12 SEP 11



Financial Elder Abuse Costs Nearly $3 Billion a Year


The MetLife Study of Elder Financial Abuse: Crimes of Occasion, Desperation, and Predation Against America’s Elders further illuminates the widening problem of elder financial abuse.

The full report may be reviewed here:

http://www.metlife.com/assets/cao/mmi/publications/studies/2011/mmi-elder-financial-abuse.pdf

See also: http://www.MatureMarketInstitute.com

It can also be ordered by writing to:

MetLife Mature Market Institute
57 Greens Farms Road
Westport, CT 06880

Financial abuse can take many forms. The National Council on Aging says to watch for these signs of financial abuse:

• The elderly person’s living conditions are well below his or her financial resources;

• Unusual or inappropriate bank account activity is occurring;

• Frequent checks for “cash” are written to a caregiver, financial professional or other;

• Bills go unpaid or are overdue, when someone is supposed to be paying them;

• The elderly person transfers title of his or her home, or other assets,
without reason;

• Large, frequent gifts are made to a caregiver, or other;

• The elderly person is reluctant to talk about once-routine topics;

• Personal belongings are missing;

• Someone attempts to isolate the elderly person from others;

• Changes are made in a will, banking arrangement or professional relationship;

• The elderly person takes out large, unexplained loans;

• A live-in caregiver refuses to leave or is evasive about financial arrangements.

Frequently, the victim will be ashamed. If a family member raises a financial issue, the elderly person may awkwardly try to change the subject. Often, when financial abuse has occurred, it may be too late to report a crime; the perpetrator has absconded. If the abuser is a family member, the elder will often refuse to sign a complaint.

Financial Elder Abuse Costs Nearly $3 Billion a Year


11 September 2011

Judge Charged with Elder Abuse



Pending elder abuse investigations may have hastened Robert A. Browning, 66, to resign last January. His secretary, Amy Jeanine Moore, 40, and he both surrendered at Washington County Jail, in Oregon, this Friday—she, on charges of identity theft and fraudulent use of a deceased client's credit card.

His elder abuse case—seven counts of first-degree, criminal mistreatment—are felony charges which have been deemed to merit prosecution by the Oregon Department of Justice. Surely, this venue selection is intended to ensure these proceedings shall be impartial, since Browning has been a municipal judge in North Plains and performed legal work in Washington County over a long period.

The investigation by police, the justice department, the state adult protective services program and the Oregon State Bar began in July 2010



http://news.gather.com/



07 September 2011

PUBLIC INFORMATION, L.A. SUPERIOR COURT, CASE BP099211


This summary is best read from the bottom of the page, up. Please be sure to make a notation of the dates.

Case Summary

http://www.lasuperiorcourt.org/civilcasesummary/index.asp

Case Number: BP099211
FULLER, EDWINA - CONSERVATORSHIP

Filing Date: 06/29/2006
Case Type: Conservatorship-Pers & Estate (General Jurisdiction)
Status: Other Judgment 10/04/2006



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Future Hearings
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Documents Filed | Proceeding Information
Parties

ANDERSON SANDRA JONES ATTORNEY AT LAW - Attorney for Petitioner

BURRELL SYBIL YVONNE ESQ. - Unknown party type

FULLER EDWINA - Subject Person

FULLER ROBERT - Petitioner

FULLER STEVEN A. - Petitioner

FULLER THELSEY L. - Respondent

GREBE SIBYLLE ESQ. - PVP Attorney

IN PRO PER - Attorney for Petitioner

LAK DANIEL K. - Attorney for Petitioner

MARTIN ANTHONY P. ATTORNEY AT LAW - Attorney for Petitioner

PALERMO CATHERINE J. - Probate Referee

RITCHEY SHIRLEY - Objector

SUPERIOR COURT - Court



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Case Information | Party Information | Proceeding Information
Documents Filed (Filing dates listed in descending order)

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07/07/2010 03/18/2009 08/29/2006

07/08/2011 Declaration-Order-RE Atty's Fees
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

06/17/2011 Declaration-Order-RE Atty's Fees
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

04/18/2011 Miscellaneous-Other (SEPARATE TRIAL STATEMENT OF PETITIONER STEVEN FULLER )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

04/18/2011 Notice (NOTICE TO RESPONDENT DORIS FULLER TO APPEAR AT TRIAL )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

04/18/2011 Notice (NOTICE TO RESPONDENT DAVID LEVIN TO APPEAR AT TRIAL )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

04/14/2011 Supplement
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

03/18/2011 Declaration - Probate (SANDRA JONES ANDERSON REGARDING NOTICE OF EX PARTE APPLICATION )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

03/18/2011 Order - First Account (IN PARTE )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

03/18/2011 Declaration - Probate (IN SUPPORT OF EX PARTE APPLICATION )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

03/14/2011 Proof-Mailing/Court Invstgator Rpt
Filed by Court

03/03/2011 Notice-Hearing Consorshp/Guardshp
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

03/03/2011 Supplement (to Petition for Fees )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

02/24/2011 Supplement
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

02/24/2011 Notice-Hearing Consorshp/Guardshp
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

02/03/2011 Order - Other (ORDER GRANTING CONSERVATOR'S MOTION TO FILE AN AMENDED PETITION )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

02/03/2011 Declaration - Probate (URGENCY )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

11/29/2010 Conservatorship - Other

11/24/2010 Supplement
Filed by Former Attorney for Deft/Resp

11/24/2010 Supplement
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

10/27/2010 Supplement
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

10/22/2010 Ex-Parte Application (FOR AUTH TO RETAIN SEPARATE COUNSE L FOR TRIAL )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

10/22/2010 Declaration-Re: Notice of Hearing (RE EX PARTE FOR AUTH TO RETAIN SEP ARATE COUNSEL FOR TRIAL )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

10/22/2010 Order (AUTH SEPARATE COUNSEL FOR TRIAL )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

10/20/2010 Amended-Detrm Ownership (PC 850)

10/05/2010 Report-PVP Attorney
Filed by PVP Attorney

09/21/2010 Notice-Hearing Consorshp/Guardshp
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

09/17/2010 Supplement (TO NOTICE OF MOTION AND ETC. )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

08/20/2010 Memorandum - Other (Support of Mo for an Ord Allowing the Filing of a Suplmnt Pleading to the Pending Pet to Dtrm Title )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

08/20/2010 MOTION - ORDER
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

08/20/2010 Declaration - Probate
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

08/20/2010 Determine Ownership (PC 850)

08/12/2010 Supplement
Filed by PVP Attorney

07/29/2010 Supplement (FIFTH SUPPLEMENT TO FIRST ACCOUNT CURRENT AND ETC. )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

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07/07/2010 Report-PVP Attorney
Filed by PVP Attorney

07/02/2010 Supplement (FOURTH )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

06/23/2010 Declaration - Probate (Steven Fuller in Support of Mo for an Order, etc. )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

06/23/2010 MOTION - ORDER
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

06/23/2010 Memorandum - Other (Support of Mo for an Ord., etc. )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

04/29/2010 Proof-Mailing/Court Invstgator Rpt
Filed by Court

04/29/2010 Ord-Appointing Counsel
Filed by Court

04/16/2010 Order-Court Fee Waiver
Filed by Petitioner in Pro Per

04/12/2010 Supplement
Filed by Attorney for Conservator

04/05/2010 Objection Document
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

03/23/2010 Supplement (SECOND - TO FIRST ACCOUNT CURRENT AND REPORT OF CONSERVATOR; ETC. )
Filed by Attorney for Conservator

03/23/2010 Conservatorship Care Plan (CONSERVATOR'S CARE AND MANAGEMENT PLAN )
Filed by Attorney for Conservator

03/12/2010 Notice-Filing
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

03/12/2010 Notice-Hearing Consorshp/Guardshp
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

03/04/2010 Order
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

02/22/2010 Supplement (FIRST SUPPLEMENT TO FIRST ACCOUNT, ETC. )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

11/04/2009 Notice-Hearing Consorshp/Guardshp
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

10/30/2009 Account Current & Fees

09/04/2009 Proof of Service
Filed by Court-Other County/State

09/02/2009 Answer
Filed by Personal Representative

08/14/2009 Miscellaneous-Other (SUBPOENA TO PRODUCE DOCUMENTS.... )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

08/14/2009 Miscellaneous-Other (SUBPOENA TO PRODUCE DOCUMENTS... )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

08/10/2009 Miscellaneous-Other (SEPARATE TRIAL STATEMENT )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

07/14/2009 Miscellaneous-Other (SEPARTE TRIAL STATEMENT )
Filed by Attorney for Objector

07/14/2009 Declaration - Probate
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

06/30/2009 Miscellaneous-Other (AUTHORITIES & ARGUMENT IN SUPPORT OF EX PARTE APPL FOR INJUNCTIVE RELIEF ETC.... )
Filed by Petitioner

06/30/2009 MOTION/APPL-TEMP RESTAINING ORDER

06/30/2009 Declaration - Probate (DECL RE NOTICE OF HRG ON APPL FOR INJUNCTIVE RELIEF )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

06/29/2009 Proof-Mailing/Court Invstgator Rpt
Filed by Court

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03/18/2009 Notice - Probate
Filed by Attorney for Conservator

03/17/2009 Supplement
Filed by Petitioner

03/17/2009 Supplement
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

03/04/2009 Supplement
Filed by Attorney for Conservator

11/06/2008 Notice-Assignment-Mediator
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

10/30/2008 Answer
Filed by Attorney for Respondent

09/04/2008 Objection Document (OBJECTIONS TO STEVEN FULLER'S PETITION TO DETERMINE TITLE TO REAL PROPERTY )
Filed by Attorney for Objector

08/26/2008 Notice - Probate
Filed by Attorney for Conservator

07/15/2008 Proof-Personal Service (PROOF OF PERSONAL SERVICE OF PETITION TO DETERMINE TITLE TO REAL PROPERTY )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

07/09/2008 Notice-Hearing Consorshp/Guardshp
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

05/23/2008 Notice-Hearing Consorshp/Guardshp
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

05/12/2008 Determine Ownership (PC 850)
Filed by Petitioner

01/29/2008 Proof-Service by Court Investigatr
Filed by Court

01/15/2008 Notice-Request For Special
Filed by Real Party in Interest

10/30/2007 Inventory & Appraisement-Partial (TOTAL: $150,000.00 )
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

08/01/2007 Ord-Appt Probate Referee
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

02/16/2007 Duties of Consor/Ack Rec-Handbook
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

02/16/2007 Ltr-Conservator of P & E
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

02/08/2007 Ord-Appt Consor Pers & Est - Bond (BOND IS FIXED AT $27,000.00 )
Filed by Attorney for Conservator

01/10/2007 Declaration-Order-RE Atty's Fees
Filed by Court

10/11/2006 QBond-AMER. CONTRACTORS INDEMNITY ($27,000.00 )
Filed by Conservator

10/04/2006 Declaration - Probate
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

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08/29/2006 Notice-Hearing Consorshp/Guardshp
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08/24/2006 Decl/Capacity-Conservatorship
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

08/17/2006 Ord-Appointing PVP Atty
Filed by Court

07/21/2006 Proof-Service by Mail (Probate)
Filed by Court

07/21/2006 Ord-Appt Court Investigator
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

07/06/2006 Notice of Hearing
Filed by Attorney for Petitioner

06/29/2006 Conservatorship of Person & Estate
Filed by Petitioner

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10/16/2009

08/08/2011 at 01:30 pm in Department 99, MARVIN M. LAGER, Presiding
AMENDED-DETRM OWNERSHIP (PC 850) (CONTINUED TO 8/10/11 at 1:30 p.m.) - Matter continued

05/27/2011 at 01:30 pm in Department 99, MARVIN M. LAGER, Presiding
AMENDED-DETRM OWNERSHIP (PC 850) - Matter continued

05/25/2011 at 01:30 pm in Department 99, MARVIN M. LAGER, Presiding
AMENDED-DETRM OWNERSHIP (PC 850) - Matter continued

05/24/2011 at 01:30 pm in Department 99, MARVIN M. LAGER, Presiding
DETERMINE OWNERSHIP (PC 850) - Matter continued

05/23/2011 at 10:00 am in Department 99, MARVIN M. LAGER, Presiding
AMENDED-DETRM OWNERSHIP (PC 850) - Matter continued

04/25/2011 at 10:00 am in Department 99, MARVIN M. LAGER, Presiding
AMENDED-DETRM OWNERSHIP (PC 850) (OK TO SET FOR 04-25-11 IN D-99) - Matter continued

04/25/2011 at 10:00 am in Department 99, MARVIN M. LAGER, Presiding
DETERMINE OWNERSHIP (PC 850) - Matter continued

02/22/2011 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
CONSERVATORSHIP - OTHER (PET FOR FEES FOR COURT-APPT CNSEL) - Matter continued

11/09/2010 at 08:30 am in Department 99, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE - PROBATE (TO DISCUSS TRIAL DE NOVO IN D-99BASED ON NEW PARTIES WHILE INTRIAL IN D-11.) - Off Calendar

11/09/2010 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
DETERMINE OWNERSHIP (PC 850) - Matter continued

10/07/2010 at 10:00 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
DETERMINE OWNERSHIP (PC 850) (TSC) - Matter continued

10/07/2010 at 10:00 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
ACCOUNT CURRENT & FEES - Granted

10/07/2010 at 10:00 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
MOTION - ORDER - Granted

09/20/2010 at 10:00 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
MOTION - ORDER (NTC OF MO & MO FOR AN ORD ALLOWINGTHE FILING OF A SUPLMNT PLEADINGPET TO DTRM TITLE; ETC.) - Matter continued

08/12/2010 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
ACCOUNT CURRENT & FEES - Matter continued

08/02/2010 at 10:00 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
MOTION - ORDER - Denied without prejudice

08/02/2010 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
DETERMINE OWNERSHIP (PC 850) - Matter continued

07/26/2010 at 10:00 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
MOTION - ORDER - Matter continued

07/26/2010 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
DETERMINE OWNERSHIP (PC 850) - Matter continued

07/08/2010 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
ACCOUNT CURRENT & FEES - Matter continued

05/20/2010 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
DETERMINE OWNERSHIP (PC 850) - Matter continued

05/06/2010 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
ACCOUNT CURRENT & FEES - Matter continued

04/01/2010 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
ACCOUNT CURRENT & FEES - Matter continued

02/25/2010 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
ACCOUNT CURRENT & FEES - Matter continued

01/14/2010 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
MOTION/APPL-TEMP RESTRAINING ORDER - Off Calendar

01/14/2010 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE RE: CITATION - Off Calendar

01/14/2010 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
ACCOUNT CURRENT & FEES - Matter continued

01/14/2010 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
DETERMINE OWNERSHIP (PC 850) - Matter continued

11/02/2009 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE RE: CITATION (CITEE- STEVEN FULLER) - Matter continued

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TOP 10/16/2009

10/16/2009 at 10:30 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
MOTION/APPL-TEMP RESTRAINING ORDER - Matter continued

10/16/2009 at 10:30 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
DETERMINE OWNERSHIP (PC 850) - Matter continued

09/03/2009 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
MOTION/APPL-TEMP RESTRAINING ORDER (TRO -THELSEY FULLER VS STEVEN FULLER) - Off Calendar

08/14/2009 at 01:30 pm in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
MOTION/APPL-TEMP RESTRAINING ORDER - Matter continued

08/14/2009 at 01:30 pm in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
DETERMINE OWNERSHIP (PC 850) - Matter continued

07/24/2009 at 01:30 pm in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
DETERMINE OWNERSHIP (PC 850) - Matter continued

07/24/2009 at 01:30 pm in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
MOTION/APPL-TEMP RESTRAINING ORDER - Matter continued

07/13/2009 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Aviva K. Bobb, Presiding
DETERMINE OWNERSHIP (PC 850) - Matter continued

07/13/2009 at 01:30 pm in Department 11, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
MOTION/APPL-TEMP RESTRAINING ORDER (APPL FOR INJUNCTIVE RELIEF TOPREVENT REMOVAL OF FUNDS FROMACCTS IN THE NAME OF THELSEY L.FULLER ET ALS. NOW ON DEPOSIT WITH CITIBANK, INGLEWOOD BRANCH) - Matter continued

04/13/2009 at 01:30 pm in Department 9, Reva Goetz, Presiding
DETERMINE OWNERSHIP (PC 850) (CONTINUE AND TRANFER TO D-11) - Matter continued

04/13/2009 at 01:30 pm in Department 11, Aviva K. Bobb, Presiding
DETERMINE OWNERSHIP (PC 850) (TRANSFERRED TO D-9 F/W) - Transferred to different departmnt

03/12/2009 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Aviva K. Bobb, Presiding
DETERMINE OWNERSHIP (PC 850) - Matter continued

01/08/2009 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Aviva K. Bobb, Presiding
DETERMINE OWNERSHIP (PC 850) - Matter continued

10/31/2008 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Aviva K. Bobb, Presiding
DETERMINE OWNERSHIP (PC 850) - Matter continued

09/18/2008 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Aviva K. Bobb, Presiding
DETERMINE OWNERSHIP (PC 850) - Matter continued

08/07/2008 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Aviva K. Bobb, Presiding
DETERMINE OWNERSHIP (PC 850) - Matter continued

06/26/2008 at 08:30 am in Department 11, Aviva K. Bobb, Presiding
DETERMINE OWNERSHIP (PC 850) - Matter continued

10/04/2006 at 01:30 pm in Department 9, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
APPT. CONSERVATOR OF P & E - Granted-Acct/StatRpt Due 386 Days

08/23/2006 at 10:30 am in Department 9, Michael I. Levanas, Presiding
APPT. CONSERVATOR OF P & E - Matter continued

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Case Information | Party Information | Documents Filed | Proceeding Information

PROBATE NOTES & MORE, BP099211


Over, five months after the conservator for Edwina Fuller filed PC 850 with the court, and after Robert and Doris generated the Thelsey S. [sic] Fuller Trust with the help of THEIR attorney, Daniel K. Lak and after establishing POA . . . objections are filed?

Keep in mind that everything that was done by Daniel K. Lak was done for the benefit of Robert and Doris.

I'm positive that Thelsey could have called an attorney long before Robert and Doris hired Mr. Lak if he had a problem with adding his wife's name to ANY of the real propety in question.

Also, you can see that Robert and Doris removed $3,000.00 the very day Steven asked the court to put a hold on Daddy's bank account and the very next day removed most if not all of Thelsey's money [$235,000.00] from his account . . . calling it a "gift."

FACTS
05/12/2008 Determine Ownership (PC 850)
Filed by Petitioner

Thelsey was duly served, has had an opportunity to object to the petition and failed to do so.

* * *
OBJECTIONS : Filed on 10/30/08
OBJECTOR: Thelsey L. Fuller
ATTORNEY FOR OBJECTOR: Daniel K. Lak

SUMMARY:
Objr is spouse of consee

Supplement to objs filed 4/8/09

MATTERS TO CLEAR:
A. Objs not served on petnr and petnr's counsel and objr Shirley Ritchey - no proof of service filed


FACTS: consee is the surviving spouse of Thelsey L. Fuller - Thelsey died on 8/26/09 - the consee & Thelsey had 5 children, including petnr, Robert Fuller, Doris Fuller, Shirley Ritchey & Sandra Arnold - the parties married in 1937 & during the entire period of their marriage, until Thelsey's d/d, they parties lived together as H & W on 7/23/08 Thelsey executed an IV trust - petnr believes trust was established to hide assets from the conservatee - petnr contends (?) that Robert Fuller and Doris Fuler executed a plan w/the assistance of their atty to defraud & take the majority of the estate assets via that trust - the trust (or its amendment) omitted the conservatee & provided for dist of the bulk of the estate to Robert & Doris - Thelsey's trust states that the settlor is unmarried & that his marriage to the consee was dissolved by a judgment in 1968 alleges Robert Fuller may have taken complete control of Thelsey's retirement accts at Smith Barney & AIG w/combined bal of appx 272,000, a checking acct w/appx bal of 50,000, post retirement income & rental income - on 7/1/09 (shortly before Thelsey's d/d) Robert & Doris closed bank accts taking & dividing 235,152.28 of Thelsey's & Edwina's c/p assets between themselves In addition to the cash accts, the conservatee & Thelsey owned interests in r/p located at 1916 N. Belhaven Ave., LA (family home, acquired in 1941) & r/p 8625 Twelfth Ave., Ingelwood (title to Twelfth Ave. R/p was acquired with c/p but title is in Thelsey's name as an unmarried man) - unclear from petn whether these properties were transferred to Thesley's trust

OBJECTIONS: supp objections filed 11/24/10
Objector: Doris Fuller
Objector's Attorney: Daniel K. Lak
********************************************************
Objector is consee's daughter/claimant

MATTERS TO CLEAR:
A. when were objections filed? only supp objections are in court file
A. filing fees have not been pd


Alleges in question herein is the character of Thelsey's property at his d/d - if r/p located on 12th Ave. r/p was purchased with community property then the ocnsee is entitled to have it passed and confirmed to her, however, if that r/p is Thelsey's s/p, the crt must address the omission of the consee from the trust (Thelsey's?) & the allegation that consee's and Thelsey's marriage was dissolved by judgment in 1968
David Levin is the crt apptd pers rep of Thelsey's estate (BP 118616)


RELIEF:
1. JTD join Robert Fuller, individually & as tee of the Thelsey L. Fuller Revocable trust & Doris Fuller Stewart and David Levin in PC 850 petn
2. JTD determine who is entitled to r/p & p/p assets of Thelsey Fuller
3. JTD fashion a remedy to resolve the issues before it (?)
4. JTD require Thelsey's assets be placed in his estate until the court makes a determination re proper disposition
5. JTD determine whether funds belonging to Thelsey Fuller are still in the possession of Robert Fuller & Doris Fuller Stewart & if so direct them to turn over the assets to David Lewin the administrator of Thelsey's estate
6. JTD Place any addl r/p, if any, deemed to have been held by Thelsey under the juris of the admin until issues of alleged estate planning documents & possible elder abuse are resolved
7. JTD impose a civil penalty per PC 859 if the crt determines that Thesley's assets were wrongfully taken by Robert Fuller & Doris Fuller Stewart to avoid supporting the consee

8. JTD-OBJS: deny petn

Legit vs. Suspect


Below are images of the alleged signature of Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller.

I believe the first image depicts the actual signature of Mr. Fuller.

As to the signatures depicted in the second image I believe the signatures to be suspect at best as they appear inconsistant when compared to the signature in the first image.

Keep in mind, the signature in the first image would have been made when Mr. Fuller was stronger, i.e. in better health than when he made the signatures in the second image.

Do all of these signatures appear to be made by the same person?

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06 September 2011

Who was Roger Grant?


Ask Doris Aleda Fuller.

And, ask her if she used the MONEY! she stole from Daddy to pay off Hawkins's people.

You can't always believe what you read in the newspaper.

I wonder if Crystal really knows why her father is dead, why he was murdered.

Doris will LIE! there's no doubt about that!

Hawkins Jr. Denies Murdering 2 Alleged Drug Dealers
http://articles.latimes.com/1987-11-03/local/me-18404_1_hawkins-jr

Hawkins Jury Urges Life Imprisonment, No Parole for 2 Murders
http://articles.latimes.com/1987-12-02/local/me-17402_1_james-hawkins

Hawkins Gets Double Life Prison Term for Murders

http://articles.latimes.com/1987-12-25/local/me-21123_1_double-life

Hawkins told us that he didn't kill Roger, that he was set up, that Roger was a snitch.

We know that Doris has a history of taking other people's MONEY! and spending it.



05 September 2011

Undue Influence of Elder

Undue influence is present when there is a confidential relationship between an elder and another person and that person gains unfair advantage over the elder.

Undue influence is present when someone isolates the elder from family and friends and then convinces them to execute estate planning documents in that person’s favor.

Estate documents inlcude wills, trusts, powers of attorney, advance health care directives and joint tenancies.

Thelsey L. Fuller, deceased, was a victim of undue influence. His widow, Edwina Fuller, is shown in the photo below, was left penniless.

Mickey Rooney appears in the video speaking to a Senate committee on Capitol Hill voicing his concerns regarding his "Elder Abuse."







03 September 2011

Take A Look At This, Elder Abuse - Financial Elder Abuse

As of this writing, Robert L. Fuller nor Doris A. Fuller have given an accounting of what happened to any of the funds which belonged to their victims . . . their parents.

In the course of two days, Robert and Doris took a total of $239,752.28 from their victims; Mr & Mrs. Thelsey Leo Fuller.

So, not only did they split $235.152.28 on 01 July 2009; someone also withdrew $1,600.00 cash [Daddy's retirement proceeds for the month].

And then on 03 [01] August 2009 someone withdrew another $2,200.00 cash.

06/30/2009 – Mr. STEVEN A. FULLER, conservator for Mrs. EDWINA J. FULLER ask court for restraining order on Mr. THELSEY. L. FULLER bank accounts [06/30/2009 MOTION/APPL-TEMP RESTRAINING ORDER] in an attempt to protect both parents.

[06/30/09] $3,000.00 Check #1360

07/01/2009 – Robert Fuller and Doris Fuller withdraw $235,152.28 from Mr. T. L. Fuller's Citibank Account, Reference # 10013133368 /TCR/ACCOUNT # 40046814907, (plus another $1,600.00 cash) each cash checks in the amount of $117,576.14 and deposit same at F & A FEDERAL CREDIT UNION, 2625 CORPORATE PL, Monterey Park, CA 91754

[07/01/09] $1,600.00 CASH WITHDRAWAL

[08/03/09] $2,200.00 Cash Withdrawal on 08/01

Elder Abuse, Financial Elder Abuse are serious crimes and just because the victim has died that doesn't mean the suspects should not be brought to justice. I believe that these cases should be handled just like murder investigations. Whereas, when someone has been murdered the police I N V E S T I G A T E using forensic science in order to bring those responsible to justice.

A Citizen's Guide to Preventing & Reporting Elder Abuse

http://www.whitehouse.gov/thank-you

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01 September 2011

Elder Abuse Law Sparked by L.A. Victim


Honoralbe Gov. Jerry Brown,

*Re: Elder Abuse, Financial Elder Abuse

governor to you - Aug 10, 2011

From: governor
To: benamarine
Wed, Aug 10, 2011 6:15 pm

Thank you for writing to Governor Jerry Brown.

To process your request we will need additional information. Please resubmit it and provide us with your full name, mailing address, phone number, any identification numbers that pertain to your issue and a brief description of the request that you would like the Office of the Governor to assist you with.

Again, thank you for taking the time to contact the office of Governor Jerry Brown.

Sincerely,
Constituent Affairs
Office of Governor Jerry Brown

*Governor Brown was AG at the time.
Office of Victims Services
California Attorney General's Office
ATTN: Ms. Deborah Bain, Deputy Attorney General for Victims’ Services
P.O. Box 944255
Sacramento, CA 94244-2550
*PIU: 331177

* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *

Elder Abuse Bill Sparked by L.A. Victim Headed to Governor
Bill by Sen. Pavley would add protections and increase penalties.

http://studiocity.patch.com/articles/elder-abuse-bill-sparked-by-la-victim-headed-to-governor

Los Angeles County Superior Court
BP099211, BP122665, BP118616


Regarding allegations of Elder Abuse, [Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department] Compton station responded to the first allegation in 2009 and determined no crime. The second investigation is currently on-going and was initiated in 2010.

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2010/03/for-love-of-money.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2010/06/rob-daddy-and-throw-momma-under-bus.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2010/07/rob-daddy-and-throw-momma-under-bus-ii.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2010/11/commitment-to-daddy.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2010/12/help-me-help-me-ha-ha-ha.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/01/5-million-elders-abused-financially-in.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/02/commitment-to-daddy-before-after.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/02/elder-abuse-as-criminal-problem.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/02/mrs-e-j-fella-widow-of-mr-t-l-fella.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/02/study-highlights-elder-abuse-problems.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/02/sheriff-baca-call-me.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/03/thanking-sheriff-baca.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/03/16219.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/05/probate-notes-bp099211.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/07/92-year-old-man.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/07/murder-of-linda-fuller.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/07/be-wise-prevent-elder-abuse.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/07/estate-attorney-arrested-and-charged.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/07/various-felony-violations-bp099211.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/07/conversion-larcey-blatant-elder-abuse.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/07/edgar-jones-makes-appearance.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/07/lying-black-bitch.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/07/elder-abuser-pathological-liar-ii.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/07/now-here-comes-conservator.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/08/when-adult-children-rob-their-parents.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/08/compton-straight-up-no-chaser.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/08/stage-iii-stage-iv-pressure-ulcer.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/08/rob-momma-stick-it-to-her-good.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/08/how-long.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/08/mickey-rooney-vs-thelsey-edwina-fuller.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/08/attorney-for-edwina-fuller-conservatee.html

http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2011/08/daniel-k-lak-got-away.html

How long will the perps get away with their crimes?


23 August 2011

Daniel, Doris and Robert






CALIFORNIA CODES PENAL CODE SECTION 118-131

CALIFORNIA CODES PENAL CODE SECTION 182

CALIFORNIA CODES PENAL CODE SECTION 211-215

CALIFORNIA CODES PENAL CODE SECTION 470-483.5

CALIFORNIA CODES PENAL CODE SECTION 503-515

CALIFORNIA CODES CIVIL CODE SECTION 1708-1725

CALIFORNIA CODES WELFARE AND INSTITUTIONS CODE SECTION 15610-15610.65



PVP Attorney for Edwina Fuller, Conservatee [Re: Fraud, Elder Abuse, Financial Elder Abuse]

PVP COUNSEL'S REPORT IN SUPPORT OF
CONSERVATOR'S PETITION TO JOIN
ROBERT L. FULLER, AS AN INDIVIDUAL
AND AS TRUSTEE OF THE THELSEY S.
FULLER [SIC] TRUST, DORIS FULLER
PRUSANT TO PROBATE CODE 855,856.
AND 859,
AND JOIN DAVID LEWIN,
ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF
THELSEY L. FULLER TO PETITION TO
DETERMINE TITLE UNDER Probate Code
850 FILED MAY 12, 2008

855
An action brought under this part may include claims, causes
of action, or matters that are normally raised in a civil action to
the extent that the matters are related factually to the subject
matter of a petition filed under this part.


856
Except as provided in Sections 853 and 854, if the court is
satisfied that a conveyance, transfer, or other order should be made,
the court shall make an order authorizing and directing the personal
representative or other fiduciary, or the person having title to or
possession of the property, to execute a conveyance or transfer to
the person entitled thereto, or granting other appropriate relief.


859
If a court finds that a person has in bad faith wrongfully
taken, concealed, or disposed of property belonging to the estate of
a decedent, conservatee, minor, or trust, the person shall be liable
for twice the value of the property recovered by an action under this
part. The remedy provided in this section shall be in addition to
any other remedies available in law to a trustee, guardian or
conservator, or personal representative or other successor in
interest of a decedent.


Mrs. Edwina J. Fuller turned 94-years-old on Saturday, 20 August 2011.
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17 August 2011

Woman Accused of Ripping off 100 Year Old Grandmother


A caretaker is accused of skimming money from a 100 year old woman. And that woman is her own grandmother. The losses topped 10-grand in just a few months.

Lynda Hutcheson moved in with her mother and 100 year old grandmother in April, deputies say, and started stealing money from her grandmother within just a few weeks.

Hutcheson is now in jail facing more than three dozen felonies for it.

"I think they ought to keep her in jail. That's where she needs to be," said Deborah Hampton.

"A person who will cheat an elderly person should be put away for the maximum time the law will allow," Wayne Morgan said.


Hutcheson is facing more than 40 felonies

15 August 2011

Daniel Kristof Lak, Got Away

RE: SLANDER OF REAL ESTATE TITLE

http://docs.justia.com/cases/federal/district-courts/nevada/nvdce/2:2009cv00686/65772/182/

BACKGROUND
In September 2006, Goddard purchased four parcels of land (located in northwest Las Vegas) where he planned to build residential homes. Goddard arranged a $1 million construction loan through the Bank and the parties secured the loan’s promissory note (the “Note”) on the parcels’ deed of trust. In September 2007, Goddard modified his loan with the Bank extending the maturity date until September 2008. Prior to the new maturity date, Goddard anticipated he would be unable to meet the loan obligations and sought another extension from the Bank. This time however, the parties could not reach an agreement to extend the loan’s maturity date and the Bank promptly commenced the non-judicial foreclosure process upon default.

The Note provided the Bank with certain rights upon default including state law remedies against the Note’s security, attorney’s fees, and costs. On October 13, 2008, the Bank filed a Notice of Default on the property. On January 16, 2009, the Bank filed a Notice of Trustee Sale, and the next month it acquired title to Goddard’s property as the result of a successful bid for $382,500. In its motion, the Bank claims that Goddard now owes $503,142.80 on the Note. ($399,184.94 principle, $93,952.87 interest, and $9,999 late fees)

Goddard hired a California attorney, Daniel K. Lak, to represent him after his unsuccessful attempts to obtain the second loan modification. On January 29, 2009, Lak recorded a lis pendens on the parcels. Despite recording the lis pendens, Lak had not filed an action related to the property in a Nevada court—a violation of Nevada law.

Although the lis pendens referenced a pending lawsuit in the Central District of California, that suit was not filed until late March 2009—well over one month after the lis pendens was filed—and that case was later dismissed.

SEE ALSO: July 25, 2011 191 ORDER granting 190 Motion for Voluntary Dismissal of the Slander of Title Cause of Action Pursuant to Rule 41(a)(2).

Mr. Goddard, still faces litigation. . .

DAMN! DAMN! DAMN! DAMN! DAMN!

Daniel K. Lak terminated. Signed by Judge Roger L. Hunt on 7/25/11.



13 August 2011

Mickey Rooney vs Thelsey & Edwina Fuller

Cases of Elder Abuse, Financial Elder Abuse, the outcome of one extremely different from the other.



Mickey Rooney fought back . . . he's still alive and has most if not all of his money.



Thelsey was isolated and swindled by his abusers, the estate is laid waste.

Thelsey succumbed to his abuse on 26 AUG 2009.

Edwina is in the care of the widow's sons, she will be 94-years-old on 20 AUG 2011.



ELDER ABUSE, WHO DIDN'T I TELL?
Los Angeles County Superior Court
BP099211; BP118616; BP122665


http://benamarine.blogspot.com/2010/11/commitment-to-daddy.html

Now, according to a report by the County of Los Angeles, Civil Grand Jury, titled FINAL REPORT 2008-2009 CIVIL GRAND JURY, ON THE HORIZON: THE SENIOR TSUNAMI An Investigation of Elder Abuse Prevention Services and Programs -- Los Angeles County has nothing in place to actually tackle this type of problem. [It's window dressing and lip service for consumption by the dumbed down mAsses.]

http://grandjury.co.la.ca.us/gjury08-09/MasterDocument2009-06-07.pdf

ON THE HORIZON: THE SENIOR TSUNAMI
An Investigation of Elder Abuse Prevention Services and Programs………. 291

12 August 2011

"How Long?"








"Long Enough!"



Now this:
http://lancasteronline.com/article/local/438794_Elder-abuse--a-growing-problem-here.html

The 64-year-old Lancaster amputee depended on his personal care aide to help him bathe, dress and fix nutritious meals.

But instead, police allege, the aide abused her patient's vulnerability and trust, neglecting him so badly that he developed skin ulcers deep enough to reach his muscle and bone.

When the man finally checked into a local hospital, doctors found severe wounds on his leg, foot, back and genitals. He eventually lost his right leg to amputation.

The former aide, Mary Lou Robinson, is charged with neglect and reckless endangerment.

The case marks the start of a stepped-up effort to fight an epidemic of elder abuse that is unreported and unpunished, Lancaster County District Attorney Craig Stedman said.

"People don't want to think about this. They don't want to talk about it," he said. "That's part of the problem."

Experts say neglect, financial exploitation, and physical and sexual abuse of older adults is widespread . . .

10 August 2011

Rob Momma, Stick It To Her Good

After seeing the bank account, convince yourself that your 94-year-old mother no longer exists. Then, put your own selfish motives above all else and anyone else.

Follow this script, but not necessarily in this order. . . have the elder give you power of attorney over his or her affairs. Find an attorney that will knowingly and willfully violate state law for his or her pecuniary advantage. Draw up the elder's trust in your favor, eliminate everyone but yourself. Break the Joint Tenancy, take all of the elder's money and assets.

Once that is all done, place the elder in a convalescent hospital against their will and pray that with the help of the medical insurer, no other person can contact your victim for the rest of their lives.

Oh, and count on the fact that nothing is in place to combat your actions and or too hold you accountable for what you have done to your victims.

In a nutshell, protect yourself at all times and make yourself aware of the signs and symptoms of elder abuse, financial elder abuse, as one day you may find yourself on the verge of becoming a victim. God forbid.

On behalf of Mrs. Edwina J. Fuller 08/20/1917
& Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller* 06/03/1917 - 08/26/09

*
Thelsey was alive when the authorities were notified.




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07 August 2011

Stage III - Stage IV Pressure Ulcer

Elder Abuse, Financial Elder Abuse are serious crimes and just because the victim has died that doesn't mean the suspects should not be brought to justice. I believe that these cases should be handled just like murder investigations. Whereas, when someone has been murdered the police I N V E S T I G A T E using forensic science in order to bring those responsible to justice.


19 BY MR. LAK
20 Q IS IT YOUR TESTIMONY THAT YOUR FATHER CAME TO
21 LIVE WITH YOU APPROXIMATELY MAY OF 2008?
22 A YES. I'M NOT EXACTLY SURE. IT WAS -- I THOUGHT
23 IT WAS THE END OF APRIL, BUT IT COULD HAVE BEEN AROUND THE
24 FIRST OF MAY. I'M JUST NOT POSITIVE.
25 Q WHY WAS YOUR HOUSE CHOSEN FOR YOUR FATHER TO GO
26 LIVE AT?
27 A I'D JUST SAY I WAS BETTER ABLE TO TAKE CARE OF
28 MY FATHER.

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19 BY MR. LAK
20 Q WAS YOUR FATHER -- IS IT YOUR TESTIMONY THAT
21 YOUR FATHER WAS PHYSICALLY RELIANT UPON YOU FOR MEALS AND
22 BATHING?
23 A YES, I COOKED FOR HIM. I DIDN'T BATHE HIM.
24 Q DID THE NURSES BATHE HIM?
25 A YES.
26 Q SO HE NEEDED HELP PHYSICALLY?
27 A YES.
28 Q OKAY.

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1 Q DID HE NEED HELP MENTALLY?
2 A NO.
3 Q SO, WAS HE SHARP?
4 A UH-HUH.
5 THE COURT: YES?
6 THE WITNESS: YES. I'M SORRY, I'M SORRY.
7 BY MR. LAK
8 Q WOULD YOU CONSIDER YOUR FATHER TO HAVE KNOWN WHO
9 HE WAS?
10 A YES.
11 Q DID HE KNOW THAT HE HAD FIVE CHILDREN?
12 A YES.
13 Q DID HE KNOW THAT HE OWNED A HOUSE AND SOME BANK
14 ACCOUNTS?
15 A YES.
16 Q IS THERE ANY REASON TO BELIEVE THAT YOUR FATHER
17 WAS NOT -- OR ANY REASON TO BELIEVE THAT YOUR FATHER WAS
18 MENTALLY DEFICIENT FOR ANY REASON WHATSOEVER?
19 A NO.
20 Q OKAY.

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1 SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
2 FOR THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES
3
DEPARTMENT CE-99 HON. MARVIN M. LAGER, JUDGE
4
5 )
IN RE THE MATTERS OF )
6 )
)
7 THELSEY L. FULLER TRUST ) CASE NOS. BP 122665
AND ) BP 099211
8 EDWINA FULLER CONSERVATORSHIP )
)
9 ____________________________________)
10
11
REPORTER'S TRANSCRIPT OF PROCEEDINGS
12
MONDAY, MAY 23, 2011
13
TESTIMONY OF DORIS FULLER

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Town & Country Bank v. Goddard et al
Share Plaintiff: Town & Country Bank
Defendants: Brian Goddard and Daniel K. Lak
Case Number: 2:2009cv00686
Filed: April 16, 2009

Court: Nevada District Court

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