27 January 2012

Mr. ML
York, South Carolina

02 April 2010
7008 3230 0001 7278 2781

Honorable Secretary Kathleen Sebelius
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
WASHINGTON DC 20201-0004

Elder Abuse, Elder Abuse Act

Dear Madame Secretary Sebelius,

It is no wonder that our elders are subjected to abuse when those agencies responsible for enforcement would rather pass the buck than to take action to protect our elders.

When I raised my concerns about the treatment and care of my then 92-year-old grandfather, Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller, he was still alive.

I understand that your department is responsible for making sure that the United States has a uniform policy in dealing with elder abuse, the enclosed computer disc contains files, documents and correspondence concerning the elder abuse, financial elder abuse of my maternal grandparents.

My aunt and uncle, the adult children of my grandparents, withdrew $235,152.28 from my grandfather’s bank account six weeks before his death, leaving my grandmother, their mother destitute.

Keep in mind, after robbing their father on his deathbed they are using his money to fight his widow, their 92-year-old mother in court and haven’t done one single thing to help her.

I hope and pray that the information contained on the computer disc will be used to aid all agencies responsible for enforcement, education and oversight of the Elder Abuse Act as a template of what to look for in some cases of elder abuse.

No elder should ever be subjected to such a thing.




Cc: Honorable Senator Lindsey O. Graham

"This Ain't No Game Show!"

Today ended up being a beat an old person day ...

Police investigate abuse of 100-year-old Rock Hill woman

Rock Hill Police are investigating a case of elder abuse against a 100-year-old woman by her niece and caretaker, according to an incident report.

Niece 85, elder 100.


How gangsta is that?

Read more here: http://www.heraldonline.com/#storylink=cpy

Read more here: http://www.heraldonline.com/#storylink=cpy


1. I am the maternal grandson of Thelsey L. Fuller (Daddy) and Edwina J. Fuller (Momma). My mother is Sandra J. Arnold (Mom), born of this union. I am over the age of 18 and have personal knowledge of the facts set forth herein, and if called as a witness to testify thereto, I could competently and truthfully do so. I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing is true and correct and that this Declaration was executed on July 6, 2009, at York, South Carolina.

2. Because of the actions of my maternal uncle, Robert L. Fuller (Robert), when I attempted to visit Daddy (Christmas 2007) I was forced to stop communicating with him because of his belligerence toward me. My maternal aunt, Doris Stewart (Doris) is my grandfather’s care giver and he resides at her residence. Doris has cut off all of my communication to my grandfather and he is not allowed to communicate with me and or other members of the family in the same manner in which he did before. Robert and Doris have joint Power of Attorney over Daddy’s affairs.

3. My maternal uncle, Steven A. Fuller (Steve) whom has been the care giver and executor of the affairs of my grandmother, Edwina J. Fuller for over ten years was forced to file a court case to protect her marital interests and property rights. By his own admission, Daddy with the urging of Shirley Carol Ritchey (Carol) had attempted to transfer the real property located at N. Belhaven Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90059 to Carol without the knowledge of Momma or any other family members. I explained to Daddy that he couldn’t do that [my first sign of his diminishing capacity].

4. When my grandfather became ill and went to stay with Steve, Robert told me that Steve was trying to establish that Daddy and Momma were back together, thus making it harder for them (Robert and Doris) to lay claim to ALL of my grandparent’s assets.

5. Daddy informed me that before he became ill that he had offered Doris $42,000 as her inheritance and he said that she turned him down saying it wasn't enough.

6. About the time that my grandfather became ill, Robert told me that Carol was feeding Daddy tainted food and not giving him his medicine. [Which made me angry toward Carol]

7. Robert was originally okay with the petition to add Momma’s name on the title to the Inglewood property. But then Yolanda (one of Robert’s daughters) suggested that Robert should sell the Inglewood property once Daddy passes away and take the proceeds and move to Arizona. Thus leaving Edwina, his mother, my grandmother, with nothing.

8. My mother, Sandra, has been left out of the loop all together. Carol, Doris and Robert all treat her like she is an idiot, degrade and talk down to her. My mom has attended church virtually every Sunday for the past thirty years and is the only one that does not have an attorney in the matter before the court.

9. Uncle Steve has done a great job looking out for Momma and if not for him and his efforts she would be dead and he did the right thing to bring this legal action in an attempt to protect Momma’s interests, that is exactly what I told Robert. I also told Robert that Steve had a valid argument as to why he should be reimbursed for some of the expenses for taking care of Momma all these years, not to mention how he has been working himself to the bone doing it.

10. In my conversations with Robert, he explained why Steve should not get reimbursed for any of his expenses for taking care of Momma. He stated that Steve should have had a wife to look out for that “no one told him to take it upon himself to remove Momma from her home in Compton.” It should be noted that the house in Compton had suffered fire damage and was uninhabitable at the time my grandmother was taken in by Steve.

11. I want both of my grandparents to be looked after and not taken advantage of. That some in the family have become parasites after viewing Daddy’s bank account.

12. In my honest opinion, Robert and Doris are after the entire estate of Thelsey and Edwina Fuller. (Both of my grandparents are both still living.) Once Robert had the POA over the affairs of my grandfather he told me that he would trade Daddy’s fully restored 1976 Cadillac El Dorado with me for a van. Now, before my grandfather became ill and unable to live alone we did discuss my buying the car from him (after it was vandalized in front of his house) for $10,000.00 at the time I already owned eight vehicles [my wife informed me that I had better not get another car]. I decided to find and try to buy a foreclosure here in York, South Carolina instead. Doris thought I was after my grandfather’s other Cadillac that she now drives and rushed to my grandfather to secure it. A few months later Daddy asked me if I was ever coming back to California and I told him that since he asked, “No.” I haven’t been there in over eighteen years, he then asked me to come to see him over the Christmas holiday and that is when Robert began to show his true self. He asked a lot of questions and made veiled threats, being that it is easy to get into trouble and hard to get out I cancelled my trip because it has always been my intention never to return to California for any reason.

13. Currently, I can not communicate with my grandfather, as in the past. We cannot have any private conversations as Doris listens in. I believe my grandfather is being held captive by Robert and Doris and is like a caged prisoner in solitary confinement. Neither, Robert nor Doris has the best interests of either of my grandparents at heart. Carol has been after the property on Belhaven Ave for years (“Momma’s house”), with total disregard as to how the property would and could benefit Edwina, thus lessening the burden on Steve.

14. Doris and Robert have isolated Daddy from other family members and even if he wants to go out for an outing or have visitors they object.

15. I told my grandfather at least five years ago that this fight over his and Edwina’s assets was going to happen. I suggested to him to do something then to prevent it. One of my deepest heart felt regrets is telling my grandfather that Robert could be trusted. I always tried to be like a son to my uncle Robert because he doesn't have one and he always gave me good advice and encouragement then he changed when he thought I might be after some of Daddy’s money.

16. From Doris and Robert’s actions the only thing they care about is what they can get after Daddy passes away and this after never putting anything in to help him or Momma. When they did help him they expected to be paid. Daddy even went as far as to give them $1,000.00 per month (everyone except Steve). He complained to me that they wouldn’t even come to see him. I asked him why he did it and he said because he had it. So, I told him not to do it [and he stopped]. I then had a blow up with the family for not checking on him like a believed they should because of his age and the fact that he was living alone.

17. I understand that when certain members of his family call to speak with Daddy, Doris places the phone on speaker phone. Therefore, I haven't spoke to my grandfather in ages.

18. The last time I believe I talked to Daddy was when he came home from the hospital to his home in Inglewood and he told me he had come home to die. I told him not to talk like that and that I loved him. He seemed pretty upbeat the week or so he stayed with Steve and Momma. Now, from what I understand he doesn’t even bother to get out of bed.

19. Doris and Robert have seen his bank account and that is all that matters. I truly believe they are going through the motions hoping that my grandfather dies sooner rather than later so they can take their thirty pieces of silver. Let the record show that I have never asked my grandfather for anything except a basketball (twice) and his love. In the end, I know that this family looses and the attorneys profit from its dysfunction.

20. I can be reached at cell or home.

I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing is true and correct and that this Declaration was executed on July 6, 2009, at York, South Carolina.

Grandson of Thelsey and Edwina Fuller

"If you fall down seven times, stand up eight."

“Never give the devil a ride, he will want to take over the driving."

Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller


It must be noted that it was always agreed within the family that if Daddy passed everything belonged to Momma, that if Momma passed everything belonged to Daddy. But, then there was a power grab within the family, Robert being the ring leader thus forcing Momma's conservator to protect her interest.

Page 3 and Page 4 of the decision would like for one to believe that the conservator acted to lay claim to all the property and not for the benefit of the conservatee, going even further to proclaim:

"It was her conservator - not Edwina as a competent person - that did so."

When in reality, everyone in the family and the Court should know that Momma has always suffered from a mental disorder.

OTHER CASES: BP 122665 Thelsey Fuller Trust & BP 118616 Estate of Thelsey Fuller

In regards to the real property on 12th Ave, Inglewood, CA:

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

Probate Notes
Department LA 99 Court Convened at: 10:00:00 AM 5/23/2011
Continuance Number: 18
Honorable Marvin Lager
S.L. Williams , Deputy County Clerk , Deputy Sheriff
S. Baker, CSR 9249 , Reporter


The objections were filed five months after Robert and Doris hired Daniel Kristof Lak and three months after Robert and Doris had Mr. Lak draw up the Trust and the Trust Amendment.

Robert and Doris also had Daniel Kristof Lak place the Belhaven Ave property into the Trust after they had Daddy sign the Trust Amendment.


Section 259 of the Probate Code. (a) Any person shall be deemed to have predeceased a decedent to the extent provided in subdivision (c) where all of the following apply:
(1) It has been proven by clear and convincing evidence that the person is liable for physical abuse, neglect, or fiduciary abuse of the decedent, who was an elder or dependent adult.
(2) The person is found to have acted in bad faith.
(3) The person has been found to have been reckless, oppressive, fraudulent, or malicious in the commission of any of these acts upon the decedent.
(4) The decedent, at the time those acts occurred and thereafter until the time of his or her death, has been found to have been substantially unable to manage his or her financial resources or to resist fraud or undue influence.
(b) Any person shall be deemed to have predeceased a decedent to the extent provided in subdivision (c) if that person has been convicted of a violation of Section 236 of the Penal Code or any offense described in Section 368 of the Penal Code.
(c) Any person found liable under subdivision (a) or convicted under subdivision (b) shall not (1) receive any property, damages, or costs that are awarded to the decedent's estate in an action described in subdivision (a) or (b), whether that person's entitlement is under a will, a trust, or the laws of intestacy; or (2) serve as a fiduciary as defined in Section 39, if the instrument nominating or appointing that person was executed during the period when the decedent was substantially unable to manage his or her financial resources or resist fraud or undue influence. This section shall not apply to a decedent who, at any time following the act or acts described in paragraph (1) of subdivision (a), or the act or acts described in subdivision (b), was substantially able to manage his or her financial resources and to resist fraud or undue influence within the meaning of subdivision (b) of Section 1801 of the Probate Code and subdivision (b) of Section 39 of the Civil Code.
(d) For purposes of this section, the following definitions shall apply:
(1) Physical abuse as defined in Section 15610.63 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.
(2) Neglect as defined in Section 15610.57 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.
(3) False imprisonment as defined in Section 368 of the Penal Code.
(4) Fiduciary abuse as defined in Section 15610.30 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.
(e) Nothing in this section shall be construed to prohibit the severance and transfer of an action or proceeding to a separate civil action pursuant to Section 801.

What happened to Daddy's original will?

FBI Letter -- Re: Thelsey L. Fuller

17 January 2010

FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Federal Bureau of Investigation
J. Edgar Hoover Building
935 Pennsylvania Avenue,
NW Washington, D.C. 20535-0001


I am, the son of Ms. Sandra J. Arnold (Fuller) and the third eldest grandchild of Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller and Mrs. Edwina J. Fuller.

God created the Heavens and the Earth in six days, on the seventh day he rested.

Adam and Eve were in the Garden of Eden, when Eve was seduced by the serpent, Adam stood there and didn't open his mouth.

I refuse to rest or shut up until what I believe has been done in relationship and by the actions of others in regards to my grandfather during the last year of his life and to my grandmother to this day, is brought fully into the light.

As the Sun rules the day and the Moon rules the night, Robert L. Fuller and Doris A. Fuller, through a Power of Attorney, legal advice and services provided to them by Attorney Daniel K. Lak, caused them to have rule and dominion over my ninety-two year old maternal grandfather, Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller for little over a year and until his death.

After coming into the care of Robert L. Fuller and Doris A. Fuller, he was not allowed to communicate or interact with the rest of his family as he had in the past and was only subjected to their influence.

It is only now coming to light the damages that were visited upon my grandfather before his death and I can not begin to surmise the anguish he must have felt by being separated from those that truly loved him as he laid on his death bed.

As an heir of Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller, asking him for, receiving and having full enjoyment of my inheritance while he was alive... his love (and friendship) as I knew that no one could deny or take it from me as they had taken and denied me, him. I have now become privy to the Thelsey S. Fuller Trust that was set up by Attorney Daniel K. Lak and which I believe has been in the possession of Robert L. Fuller and Doris A. Fuller since its inception circa July 2008. As a family courtesy, I received the document from Mr. Steven A. Fuller the caregiver and conservator for my grandmother, Mrs. Edwina J. Fuller and her estate. As a direct result of Steven's efforts to protect her, was I able to obtain the attached document titled Thelsey S. Fuller Trust [sic]. And, only after the judge ordered that it be turned over during a hearing held on 14 January 2010 in Los Angeles Superior Court, Division 11, case number BP099211. Also the "Proceeding Held" section on the courts web site reflects far to many instances where the matter before the Court was continued which indicates in my mind that someone was hoping my grandmother would expire before the matter before the court was settled. And from what I understand my grandfather only appeared in court once or twice. I also believe that Robert L. Fuller, Doris A. Fuller and Attorney Daniel K. Lak had no reason to cooperate in the proceeding, any proceeding or mediation prior to 14 January 2010 as the S Trust appears to have been amended on 16 September 2008.

http://www.lasuperiorcourt.org/civilCaseSummary/index.asp?CaseType=Civil BP099211

Keep in mind, that no one now living outside of Robert, Doris and Lak have seen the original document but, only an electronic copy, which I believe could have and or may have been manipulated by electronic means as the only page that would need to be left intact is the signature page, this would hold true for any document prepared by Attorney Daniel K. Lak and signed by my grandfather.

According to the alleged Trust presented to the court - it states that my grandfather was not married and that my grandparents were divorced in 1968. Page 8, as contained in the Trust, 1.4 Marital Status and 1.5 Previous Marriage, that our parents were no longer married which not a soul in the family was aware of and is my belief to be untrue, unfounded or grounded in reality. In my honest opinion it is nothing more than an attempt to circumvent Probate Law.

My grandfather's death certificate indicates that he was "married," his obituary indicates that my grandparents were "separated" in 1968. I believe the date of separation may be untrue as well. It should be noted that the death certificate and obituary were both prepared by Robert L. Fuller. So, that indicates that someone made a mistake, a misstep. I believe that both statements in the Trust on page 8 are an attempt by Attorney Daniel Lak, Robert and Doris Fuller to exclude and defraud my grandmother from receiving the rightful possession of her husband's assets, to deny her a marital life estate and the resources necessary for her care during the final years of her life. If the statement is true as contained in the Trust, that my grandparents were no longer married then those in control of the Trust should be forced to present reputable evidence as to the veracity of those statements. I have no doubt that Mr. Steven A. Fuller can produce a legitimate copy of my grandparent’s marriage certificate. Also, had my grandmother been in possession of the same amount or near assets as my grandfather, Robert and Doris Fuller, her adult children, would have not treated her in this manner.

I believe that we the other heirs, have not seen nor been privy to the Thelsey L. Fuller Trust or any other Trust that may have been set up to include the other properties and bank accounts not included or listed in the Thelsey S. Fuller Trust [sic] i.e. Belhaven Ave, 8707 Falmouth Ave Unit: 308 et al.

It must be noted that Attorney Lak has a history of not filing all documents in relationship to some of his legal transactions nor filing them in a timely manner.

See, Town & Country Bank, Plaintiff, vs. Brian Goodard and Daniel K. Lak, Defendants as contained in the Complaint Case No. A584786 Dept No. VII filed in District Court, Clark County, Nevada Town & Country Bank v. Goddard et al Case Number: 2:2009cv00686


At the time that my grandfather's alleged Trusts were set up - he was a very fragile, sickly ninety-one year old man who required 24 hour care by others as he was no longer able to care for himself or to make it to the bathroom on his own. I have no idea as to the level of his vision or which medications he was taking or the side effects thereof when the Trust instruments were created and presented to him for his signature, I believe that this is another issue that must be addressed by competent authorities.

Now, the State of California has a code of laws in which define what is considered elder abuse when considering the actions of those responsible for the care and treatment of the elderly.


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A Citizen's Guide to Preventing and Reporting Elder Abuse

I also understand that on 21 October 2009, several U.S. Senators introduced a proposed federal "Elder Abuse Victims Act (S. 1821)" as a "companion" Senate bill to one adopted earlier last year in the House, known as the "Elder Abuse Victims Act (H.R. 448)." "To protect seniors in the United States from elder abuse by establishing specialized elder abuse prosecution and research programs and activities to aid victims of elder abuse, to provide training to prosecutors and other law enforcement related to elder abuse prevention and protection, to establish programs that provide for emergency crisis response teams to combat elder abuse, and for other purposes." This legislation has become enfolded into the Health Care Reform Act currently pending on Capital Hill.

I believe that each and every action taken by Daniel K. Lak, Robert L. Fuller and Doris A. Fuller in regards to Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller was to coerce, take advantage, manipulate and rob my grandfather of his livelihood, to isolate and keep all other family members from having a relationship and contact with him during his last year of life.

I made several attempts to have contact with my grandfather during the last year of his life once he was in the full time care of Doris A. Fuller. I was finally allowed to talk to my grandfather over the telephone a month before his passing. And I knew from past experience that Doris and or Robert would listen in on his telephone calls by placing the caller on speakerphone. Being that I believed that more likely than not that it would be the last time I would be able to speak to my grandfather I advised him not to trust anyone. He said that he knew that he was tired which he stated twice. A week later he was further isolated from his family by being placed against his will in Pacific Palms Convalescent Hospital, Los Angeles, as I believe Robert and Doris had tired of providing for his care and he had signed everything that they needed him to sign. During his stay there, Robert and Doris refused to tell any of the other family members as to his whereabouts. I was so concerned about my grandfather's well being that I contacted the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department, 310-605-6500 and spoke to Deputy Anderson at approximately 9:20 PM EST Saturday, 08 August 2009, Incident No. 170 and asked that they go to Doris's home to check on him. After I did not hear from the Sheriff's Department that weekend I telephoned the Los Angeles County Coroner's office the following Monday to inquire if they had his body. According to his death certificate his doctor last saw him on 06 August 2009. His death certificate also appears to indicate that Dr. Dat Quoc Vo was one of his doctor as of 18 May 2009. I have no idea whom the doctor or doctors were that provided medical care for my grandfather prior to this and I am only aware of this one doctor because of the death certificate.

Please note that eighteen days after I called the Sheriff’s Department, my grandfather was dead.

Now, looking at the Amendment to the Trust, it appears to me that the language contained therein does not reflect the personality or what I believe to be the true wishes of my grandfather, nor does the language reflect the love that I know he had and shown to his family over the course of my interactions and conversations with him over the course of my lifetime and when he had the freedom to make his own decisions. But, instead what I believe is reflected in the document is the mindset and intentions of others and what I believe to be that of unscrupulous people to his detriment with the only and sole aim for financial gain and a desire to enrich themselves. At best the document raises some very serious questions as to its validity. It is also my understanding that more than one Trust was set up and presented to my grandfather for his signature and that may or may not contain his legal name wherein he was always wise enough to sign what I consider to be his legal name. Other members of the family, including myself have not seen nor been privy to the Thelsey L. Fuller Revocable Trust, Thelsey L. Fuller Trustee, which we have reasonable belief exist and is in the hands and control of Daniel K. Lak, Robert L. Fuller and Doris A. Fuller.

In short, I pray that a through investigation be conduct and that all of those that may have broke the laws of the State of California or any and all other Federal Statutes in regards to Probate and or also the treatment of the elderly, elder abuse, as in this case and in regards to Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller and Edwina J. Fuller. That those individuals be brought to justice in a court of jurisprudence.

Also, I contacted Robert L. Fuller on 15 January 2010 and asked him why he did what he did and he advised me that I should never return to California, that I should be careful here in South Carolina and that he was "lawyered up." He took issue that I referred to my grandfather as "Daddy" in our conversation. As a young child I referred to my grandparents as grandmother and grandfather but as I grew older I began to call Edwina, "Momma" and Thelsey, "Daddy" and have referred to them as such my entire adult life. Robert also attempted to be coy and faint as if he didn't know what I was talking about. This is a man from what I understand once went by the street name “Buddha,” was accused of rape in 1962, shot his first wife’s brother and cousin, and was in fact convicted of murdering is first wife, Linda Fuller (Irving) in 1971. Robert L. Fuller is very cunning, convincing, gifted in words and verse, and he is capable of lying to one's face without flinching.

I believe Doris A. Fuller to be a radical pathological liar, a militant that may have ties to the Mexican Mafia. And when offered $42,000.00 by my grandfather she informed him that it wasn't enough.

I must also note for the record that a letter bearing my name and containing a blank piece of notebook paper, addressed care of my father-in-law the maternal grandfather of my three minor children, was sent to his home this past week. And post marked 11 January 2010, from Los Angeles, California, with no return address. My wife works for the U.S. Postal Service and was five months pregnant with our third child during the events of 9/11 and when anthrax was placed in the U.S. Mail. Every time she went out the door to work during that time I was in a panic, afraid for her safety and that of our unborn child. I consider this [letter] to be an act of terrorism, and a veiled threat against my person and my family [police report was filed], as the parties mentioned herein are aware that I am attempting to bring to the attention of the authorities the actions and events that these individuals brought to bear in regards to my grandparents. I believe Doris A. Fuller sent the letter, as it appears to have her handwriting on the envelope. And I believe Robert and Doris were made aware of my actions being that Attorney Lak had to respond to my inquiry to the California State Bar.

In closing, according to the alleged Trust, Robert and Doris were given fifty percent each of the assets that my grandfather left behind. His other children, Carol $40.00, Sandra (my mother) $40.00 and Steve $10.00. And what I still don't understand is how my grandfather came into possession of Doris's house at S. Bradfield Ave, Compton which she has owned since 1974 and how much it cost him to gift it back to her after she took out a reverse FHA mortgage on 01 May 2008 in the amount of $540,000.00 five-hundred forty thousand dollars. Said house has never been worth $540,000.00 even on a good day. Five months later on 21 October 2008 said property was gifted back to her by my grandfather after it was placed in the Thelsey S. Fuller Trust, when the Trust calls for Robert and Doris to be equal partners in the Trust and there being nothing set aside solely for Robert L. Fuller that I can ascertain. The condo in Westchester, 8707 Unit 308 is not mentioned nor is the Fuller Homestead at N. Belhaven? I also believe that if and when any other descendants of Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller and Mrs. Edwina J. Fuller are contacted in regards to my grandfather, I am sure that they would be willing to cooperate and discuss their understanding as to what was done and what happened to my grandfather during his last year of life now that all of this has begun to come to light.

As this matter stands now there are too many questions and not enough answers.


Judith Lisa Eisenstein (Trustee), Thelsey S Fuller [sic] (Trustee) (Revocable Trust), Thelsey S Fuller [sic], James Matthew and Judith Lisa Eisenstein Keenan (Revocable Trust) (Trustee) and James Matthew Keenan Judy Lisa Eisenstein and Thelsey S Fuller [sic] (Documentation not filed, missing from public records)
8707 Falmouth Avenue, Unit: 308
Los Angeles-Westchester/LAX 90293

Thelsey L Fuller Revocable Trust and Thelsey L Fuller Trustee Thelsey L Fuller (BELHAVENAVELOSANGELES,CA90059.PDF see page 2)
N. Belhaven Avenue
Compton 90059

Thelsey S Fuller Revocable Trust and Thelsey S Fuller Trustee Thelsey S Fuller [sic] (Documentation not filed, missing from public records)
S. Bradfield Avenue
Compton 90221

Thelsey S Fuller (Revocable Trust) and Thelsey S Fuloler (Trustee) Thelsey S Fuller [sic]
12th Ave Inglewood 90305

"Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity! It is like the precious ointment upon the head, that ran down upon the beard, even Aaron's beard: that went down to the skirts of his garments; As the dew of Hermon, and as the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the LORD commanded the blessing, even life for evermore." - Psalms 133

Oh Lord, my God, is there no hope for a widow's son?

Thank you,

Honorable Sen. Lindsey O. Graham
State Bar of California, Office of Chief Trial Counsel, Audit & Review, Case No. 09-20908
FBI Headquarter Washington DC

Document CD

Robert Lewis Fuller
FBI Tracking Number, Case File: CI 01261737

25 January 2012


Exactly who it is that is responsible for elder issues in Pres. Obama's White House?


Fuller Decision

Separating the wheat from the chaff ...
Robert L. Fuller and Doris A. Fuller were found to have committed undue influence, fraud and financial elder abuse in the civil cases listed below.

BP 099 211

BP 122 665

In a criminal, case Robert, Doris & Lak have the potential of being found guilty of state and federal charges.

Unfortunately, IMHO, the judge decided to do a separation and distribution of marital assets from the grave.

Daddy knew that Momma was still his wife and that folks is the bottom line. When Daddy had the chance to object to Momma's name being added to the 12th Ave property he did not.

The objections were filed five months after Robert and Doris hired Daniel Kristof Lak and three months after Robert and Doris had Mr. Lak draw up the Trust and the Trust Amendment.

Robert and Doris also had Mr. Lak place the Belhaven Ave property into the Trust after they had Daddy sign the Trust Amendment.

I'm happy but, I'm sad.

Robert and Doris are still free, Mr. Lak still has a license to practice law.

I will post the Court's Decision no later than tomorrow evening along with the letter that I sent to the FBI.

Yeah, I sure would like to know what is in Robert's FBI jacket.

"Knock, Knock, Knock!"

All Elders Should Have Someone to Protect Them

Or something ...

24 January 2012

Who is your mother, father?

Five children. The youngest is 59 the eldest is 74.

At least one member of the family would like DNA test to be performed to determine if these adults have the same father, mother.

One of the children is believed to have been switched at birth in the hospital?

The Fuller's have been in disarray for decades because of this question.

No one in the family has been able to place the female on the left, the photo is from 1961.

DNR - Do Not Resuscitate

The More We Talk About This Subject

December 21, 2011, KFWB Newstalk's Money 101 -- Ron Kilgore with Jackie Lacey, LA County Chief Deputy District Attorney