24 December 2013

Clackamas Deputies Seek Woman

By Rick Bella | rbella@oregonian.com 

Clackamas deputies seek woman in financially devastating elder-abuse, theft case

Police are crediting a Sandy-area insurance agent for interrupting financially devastating elder-abuse theft and are asking for help finding a person of interest in the case.

Lt. Robert Wurpes, Clackamas County Sheriff's Office spokesman, said the victim, an elderly widow, has learned that her bank accounts were drained and that an unauthorized reverse-mortgage line of credit was opened on her home. In addition, her car was repossessed and her credit card was overdrawn and canceled while her late husband's death-benefit account was wiped out.

"This kind of crime is aimed at the most vulnerable people," Wurpes said.

Wurpes said deputies want to question 79-year-old Viola E. Wharton's ex-daughter-in-law, Jacki Lynn Newman, 47, who lived in Wharton's home east of Sandy for six months before the insurance agent discovered the dwindling, muddled finances.

Wurpes said insurance agent Cody Giusto became suspicious earlier this year when he learned Wharton -- his neighbor -- had not paid her home-insurance premium and that her policy had been canceled. Giusto, 27, then tried to contact Wharton several times, but was brushed aside by Newman, who fed him a series of excuses.

But that only made Giusto more suspicious.

Read more:

Merry Christmas... really

23 December 2013

"Elder abuse, including neglect, on the rise..."

Elder abuse, including neglect, on the rise as world's population begins to age

[What is left in your wake once you become old, frail and helpless, when you or a loved one falls victim to elder abuse, financial elder abuse, fraud, undue influence and theft?]

"There is no gentle way to describe the state Cynthia was in when she arrived at the hospital.

Her chafed skin was covered in bedsores and feces. Her toenails were overgrown and curling, her right foot riddled with infections, and she had no teeth or dentures. She was dehydrated and malnourished, and couldn't speak.

Most troubling, her swollen right leg was 10 centimeters (4 inches) shorter than her left, the result of a fracture healing improperly.

Marguerite didn't ride to the hospital with her mother. Staffers called her repeatedly.

"I think we should discuss your mum," a social worker told Marguerite over the phone. "We are really concerned about her. She's not at all well."

Marguerite didn't show up to the hospital for three days.

So doctors called the state Adult Guardian to gain consent to operate. But the fracture was too severe and the delay in treatment too long; the break appeared between 3 and 12 weeks old.

On Dec. 30, the doctors recommended palliative care. Marguerite said no, then yes, then asked for her mother's transfer to another hospital. The doctors said Cynthia was too fragile.

Marguerite threatened to call the police if staffers touched her mother again. Hospital officials scheduled an urgent family meeting. Marguerite did not attend.

Cynthia died at 6:15 p.m. on Jan. 3, 2009. She was one week shy of her 89th birthday."

"The investigator, Det. Sgt. Glen Skugor, took the stand first. The case had bothered him, he said. It had bothered everyone — the paramedics, the doctors, his fellow officers.

The autopsy concluded Cynthia died from a blood clot in her lung, sparked by the leg fracture. In an expert opinion, Dr. Stephen Morrison, head of thoracic medicine at Royal Brisbane & Women's Hospital, said her condition suggested a "severe degree of neglect...to the point of cruelty in a distressed, demented and totally dependent patient."

Officers who photographed Cynthia's body noticed bruising on her arms and midsection. The police contemplated several charges: manslaughter, failure to provide the necessities of life, negligent acts causing harm, torture. But the doctors couldn't say beyond a reasonable doubt that Marguerite's care had directly caused Cynthia's death, and similar cases had failed to nab convictions.

And so police closed the case. No charges were filed. In the eyes of the law, Cynthia became a nonentity."

"People won't prosecute — whether it's police, whether it's family members — because it involves family business," she says.

"Because it's private. Because there's a level of abuse that's tolerated in the community that none of us wishes was there. We all turn a blind eye."

Read the article: Elder Abuse rising world wide

22 December 2013

Signature, Alleged Signatures – Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller, Thelsey S. Fuller (sic)

The images of the signature below is the actual signature of Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller, notarized at Citibank on 01 MAY 2008 granting power of attorney over two of his accounts to his eldest child.


The images of the signatures below are alleged signatures of Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller, Thelsey S. Fuller (sic) notarized by Fiona Cherrie beginning 23 July 2008.

All documents were prepared by Atty. Daniel Kristof Lak and benefited the elder abusers, financial elder abusers and fraudsters outlined on this blog.


Here's the break down:





Maybe it's just us?

21 December 2013

Correction, Thelsey S. Fuller Trust (sic) set to lose over $545,800.00

Thelsey L. Fuller Trust stands to lose in excess of $183,000.00 if attorneys & others have their perfect way.

If the sale of Belhaven is confirmed at $153,000 by the court, the TRUST will have lost almost a hundred thousand dollars.

The homes in the area are going for $250,000 - $350,000:

2022 N Belhaven Ave   $329,000

1124 E 131st St   $315,000
12926 Mckinley Ave   $300,000

Here's a couple that appear run down:

12114 S. Central Ave   $243,000

2005 N Riddle Ave   $205,000  [$52,000 more than 1916 N. Belhaven Ave]

Here's the main link, there are comparable homes in the area being sold for far much more than $153,000: http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-search/90059?pgsz=50

8625 S. 12th Ave, Inglewood, is also set by the Successor Trustee to be sold at a loss to the TRUST, the asking price is currently $249,000.

Here a few comparable homes for sale in that area:

8905 S 12Th Ave   $350,000

8030 Maitland Ave   $446,000

8213 S Van Ness Ave  $350,000

Oh, there is also the issues of the Falmouth property and the Bradfield property and what I believe took place behind the scenes on that:

N/AResale07/17/2013B: Judith Lisa Eisenstein (Trustee)James Matthew Keenan (Trustee)James Matthew KeenanJudith Lisa Eisenstein The (Revocable Trust)BA: N/A
S: Judith L EisensteinJames M KeenanSA: N/A
N/AResale05/29/2013B: Judith L EisensteinJames M KeenanBA: N/A
S: Judith Lisa Eisenstein (Trustee)James Matthew Keenan (Trustee)James Matthew KeenanJudith Lisa Eisenstein The (Revocable Trust)SA: N/A
N/AResale09/12/2008B: Judith Lisa Eisenstein (Trustee)Thelsey S Fuller (Trustee) (Revocable Trust)Thelsey S Fuller, James MatthewJudith Lisa Eisenstein Keenan (Revocable Trust) (Trustee)James Matthew KeenanBA: N/A
S: Judy Lisa EisensteinThelsey S Fuller

N/AResale12/02/2008B: Doris A FullerBA: N/A
S: Thelsey Fuller (Trustee)Thelsey Fuller (Trustee) (Revocable Trust)Thelsey L FullerSA: N/A
N/AResale09/12/2008B: Thelsey S Fuller (Revocable Trust)Thelsey S Fuller (Trustee)BA: N/A
S: Thelsey S Fuller


In the prime of life, Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller nor Mrs. Edwina J. Fuller would have allowed or stood for anyone swindling them out of their assets.  

I may not be in the prime of life but, I'm not going to stand for the TRUST being swindled anymore than it has already.

And a couple of sweet ladies will not keep getting the shaft!

Not on my watch!


19 December 2013

TRUST stands to lose in excess of $83,000.00

19 December 2013


PATRICK J. BARNITT, Successor Trustee of the THELSEY S. FULLER TRUST (sic), THELSEY L. FULLER TRUST, dated July 23, 2008

1135 E. ROUTE 66 STE 203
GLENDORA, CA 91740-3778

Dear Mr. Barnitt,

This letter is to notify you of your failure to properly carry out your fiduciary duties as Successor Trustee in regards to the THELSEY S. FULLER TRUST (sic), THELSY L. FULLER TRUST, dated July 23, 2008.


As of March 2012 you have failed to collect rent on a Trust property:

8625 S 12TH AVE, INGLEWOOD CA 90305-2309, TRACT NO 9085 LOT 9 BLK D
Assessor's ID No. 4025-005-0333

Your failure to collect rent from the occupants has resulted in the loss to the Trust in the amount of $1,800.00 per month for twenty-one months, a loss in the amount of $37,800.00 as of this writing.

Also, the aforementioned Trust property is currently listed for sale below market value at $249,000.00.  The current estimated value of the 12th Avenue property is $294,000.00, a $46,000.00 loss to the Trust.

The potential loss to the TRUST is currently $83,800.00.

Please advise.

[1916 N. Belhaven Ave was sold far below fair market value, the sale is pending the Courts approval.]

December 23, 2013 , 12:00 pm

18 December 2013

A holiday lesson: One young N.J. athlete's devotion to his sick mother

Over the past few months, with little feeling from the waist down and barely able to move, she developed potentially fatal bedsores. The wound on her sacral bone — the "butt bone" — is diagnosed as stage four, the most severe. She has more sores on her legs and hips.

Vitale, her doctor, says Vaida’s greatest danger is developing an infection. That means Quai’s most important job as her primary caregiver — cleaning and bandaging the wounds twice a day — is most crucial to Vaida’s survival.

"You can’t underestimate what taking care of those ulcers is doing for her," Vitale says. "Some people pass out by the smell. They pay nurses big money to do stuff like that."
quai-vaida-hands.JPGMother and son have an unbreakable connection: "God gave me a wonderful angel," Vaida Jefferson says. "œShe'™s truly my heart, my rock, my stone," Quai says. "Like, that'™s all I have." 

The sores look like craters in her flesh, Quai says, with exposed bone, muscle and tissue. Wearing gloves and holding his breath, he removes the old dressings, gently cleans the wounds, applies prescription ointment and bandages them.

"You wouldn’t wish that upon your worst enemy," Quai says. "To see a loved one have to go through that is just dreadful."

Read the full article here:

A fundraising effort has begun on FundRazr.com to help Vaida Jefferson purchase a Clinitron bed, which can help reduce bedsores. You can get more information here.

15 December 2013

Support legislation to allow for videocams

California State Senator Bob Huff is considering introducing a bill in California, like the recently enacted Oklahoma law, that would confirm the right to have videocams in residential care facilities (RCFEs) and skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) for people who want the protection it can provide. Sadly, while many facilities provide good care, there have been abuses and instances of very poor care. Having videocams that families can monitor and that facility management can use for monitoring and quality improvement would help eliminate these incidents.

What are the benefits of videocams? One good example is an RCFE named Vista Gardens Memory Care, in San Diego County in the town of Vista, which was built with cameras installed for the protection of the residents who want video monitoring. If there is any question about whether a staff person has misbehaved, Vista Gardens could find out if it occurred and correct it immediately. If a patient has bruises one morning, Vista Gardens could review the video recording to see that the bruises occurred, for example, when the patient fell out of bed reaching for a night table. The solution is to move the night table closer to the bed. If the resident is found on the floor with a bruise on the head, Vista Gardens could review the video of the resident falling and relay pertinent information to paramedics or the ER for treatment decisions. Also, if a hallucinating resident were to claim that something improper occurred (e.g., a lady claiming a naked man was in her room), Vista Gardens could review the video to ascertain that it did not happen.

Unfortunately, the California Department of Social Services’ Community Care Licensing Division (CCLD) and the Department Health Services (DHS), acting as a proxy for the California Association of Health Facilities (CAHF), have told Vista Gardens Memory Care that they may not conduct video recording in the rooms or allow anyone to conduct any video recording in the residents' rooms, even if the resident fervently wants the monitoring. CCLD and DHS have prohibited video cameras in Vista Gardens Memory Care, even though residents or the residents’ health care agents have given written consent for the video cameras and really want the video monitoring for their own protection. In addition, CCLD and DHS have prohibited the video cameras, even though there is no California law prohibiting video cameras in residents’ rooms, where there is a reasonable expectation of privacy only for the residents, who can waive their right to privacy to allow the video monitoring.

We believe that confirming the right to have videocam monitoring with the proper resident consents and privacy safeguards would greatly enhance protection for residents of nursing homes and RCFEs, and serve as a strong deterrent to harmful behavior.

Please help us get this bill launched by sending a fax to Senator Bob Huff at (916) 651-4929, or calling his Sacramento office at (916) 651-4029. You can send Sen. Huff a short email through this URL. Tell him, “I support a bill that would allow videocam monitoring with the proper resident consents and privacy safeguards, like the recently enacted bi-partisan Oklahoma law, to prevent elder abuse.”

Please also let us know if you have sent a message to Sen. Huff.

Thank you for your support and help!

Marc B. Hankin,
Elder Abuse Exposed.com

14 December 2013

Keep knocking them out!

"In welterweight action, Kevin Watts of Los Angeles scored a second round knockout over Alejandro Arteaga in a scheduled four round bout. Watts boxed well behind the jab using his distance in round one. A crunching left hook to the body sent Arteaga to the canvas as referee Lou More reached a ten count at 1:26 of the second round. With the win Kevin Watts improves to 3-0, 2 KOs. Alejandro Arteaga falls to 3-8, 1 KO."


Congrats nephew!

Take it out of the judges hands... 

Keep knocking them out!

Elder Abuse: None are spared

Elder abuse: Deaf, retired Mattydale man loses $105,000 to 'friends' repaid

Ray Gratzer, 78, of Mattydale, poses with his final repayment check outside County Court today. He is joined by Assistant District Attorney Beth Van Doren. Two people were convicted of stealing $105,000 from him in a case of elder abuse.(Douglass Dowty | ddowty@syracuse.com)

‘Elder abuse’ charged
RUSSELLVILLE — A Colbert County woman already in jail on traffic and drug-related charges now is accused of bilking several thousands of dollars from an elderly Russellville man, police said Friday.

Russellville Police Chief Chris Hargett said Jennifer Ann Lunsford, 41, 1565 Choctaw St., Cherokee, is charged with financial exploitation of an elderly person.

Holidays time to check for elder abuse
The holiday season offers a chance to reconnect with older family members and friends. Most reunions can be filled with joy. But some may leave you filled with concern.

If an elderly relative, friend or acquaintance doesn't look or act right, they may need help. There may be numerous causes for their condition, but in some cases you may have to think the unthinkable -- they may be a victim of elder abuse.

"If their physical appearance has changed in any way, if they've lost a lot of weight, seem somewhat more confused or something suddenly has changed in their financial circumstances, those types of things are red flags," says Donna Dougherty, attorney in charge of JASA's legal services for the elderly. JASA, an acronym for Jewish Association Serving the Aging, is a Manhattan-based, not-for-profit organization that provides social services, legal advice and nutrition services for seniors in the metropolitan area. 

13 December 2013

We filed two official complaints against the abusers

Before the abusers were deposed and testified, there were two official complaints lodged against them.

The first being days before Mr. Thelsey Leo Fuller was robbed and dump into a convalescent hospital against his will, denied his family that loved him, left alone to die... with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, location and condition of Mr. Fuller.

Medical records indicate a serious problem, "Head's up... tip of the iceberg."

Multiple pressure ulcers, malnourished, dehydrated, anemic, low body mass, etc.

Diminished capacity, Pacific Palms, signed off by Robert L. Fuller.

Less than 30 days after Robert and his accomplices removed over $235,000.00 dollars from Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller's Citi/Wells bank accounts Mr. Thelsey S. Fuller (sic) was dead.

The second being with the York County Sheriff's Department after Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller died regarding veiled threats received by this author via US Mail from one of the abusers.


1 MS. BURRELL: Back on the record. We'll keep
2 going here.
3 Q Ms. Fuller, before we took the break, I just
4 finished asking you some questions on the Citibank
5 account and some expenses that you paid on your father
6 Thelsey Fuller's behalf.
7 Do you know whether he had an account with
8 Wells Fargo Bank?
9 A No.
10 Q Have you ever heard that he had an account with
11 Wells Fargo Bank?
12 A Yes.
13 Q What did you hear?
14 A That he had an account with Wells Fargo Bank.
15 Q And who told you that?
16 A I read it.
17 Q And where did you read it?
18 A On the Internet.
19 Q And at a Website, was it?
20 A Yes.
21 Q Okay. What Website was that?
22 A One her son did.
23 Q One whose -- Ms. Arnold's son did?
24 A Yes.
25 Q And it said -- and what did it say? Do you

Daniel K. Lak, Esq., State Bar No. 216983
18101 Von Karman Avenue, Suite 330
Irvine, CA 92612
Telephone: (949) 225 -447 7
Facsimile: (949) 225-447 8
Attorney for Doris Fuller, Objector
Case No. BP 135381
DATE: JULY 31,2012
TIME: 8:30AM
Four pages

We gotta go, one of the Fuller Twins [great-grandsons] just scored a second round knock out in Palm Springs.

Watch for update.

12 December 2013

Elder Abuse Investigator Stole From Grandmother

Sanford social worker who investigated elder abuse accused of stealing from her grandmother

MOORHEAD – A Sanford Health employee whose job involved investigating and reporting elder abuse and neglect is accused of stealing about $20,000 from her own grandmother.

Alyse Ann Penner, 28, of Moorhead, was charged Tuesday in Clay County District Court with one felony count of exploitation of a vulnerable adult.

11 December 2013

Deposition, Testimony of Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller

There is no deposition or testimony by Thelsey L. Fuller.  He wasn't even allowed to be present during mediation. He was not deposed and he was not called to the witness stand.

Steven A. Fuller and Sandra Jones Anderson had 15 months to place the man whom they were suing on the witness stand which they failed to perform.

It is alleged that Atty. Anderson and Atty. Lak drug the case out in order to inflate their attorney fees.

Continuance, continuance, continuance, after continuance ruled the day.

For over an entire year, Mr. Thelsey L. Fuller was never allowed to be asked or answer one question on the record regarding his wife - Mrs. Edwina J. Fuller, his desires, his children or his assets.

The fact that Thelsey L. Fuller and Odessa Gaines did not act as a married couple and instead maintained separate bedrooms over the entire course of their relationship is not part of any testimony.

But, instead the claims by Robert and Doris of a husband wife relationship between the pair.  I suggest that they were roommates and very close friends that looked out for one another.

Daddy came and went as he pleased, seeing other women including his wife.

Robert and Doris have not paid the bond as required in regards their appeal.

California Community Property Laws, Family Law section 760. “Except as otherwise provided by statute, all property, real or personal, wherever situated, acquired by a married person during the marriage while domiciled in this state is community property” and again, Probate Code Section 100-103 clearly provides that assets acquired during the course of a marriage are presumed to be community unless proven to be separate by the one claiming separate property."

It is not like our parents were married briefly, they were married for 72 years. The Court had within its power to immediately restrain the assets and by doing so would have protected the Conservatee and the Respondent from financial elder abuse.

Thelsey L. Fuller and Edwina J. Fuller were never divorced or legally separated and no evidence has been presented otherwise.

The lack of a restraining order left both parents vulnerable to elder abuse, financial elder abuse, fiduciary abuse, conspiracy, theft and fraud; which is exactly what took place.

Attorney Daniel k. Lak had refused to give the Conservatee, Edwina Fuller, Thelsey L. Fuller’s 92 year old widow, a copy of her husband’s Trust when requested in writing until so ordered by the Court. These actions are in direct violation of Probate Code Section 16061.7 and may be in violation of elder abuse laws under Welfare and Institutions Code, Section 15610.30 as well.

The Supreme Court has ruled and has reaffirmed the principle that "justice must satisfy the appearance of justice", Levine v. United States, 362 U.S. 610, 80 S.Ct. 1038 (1960), citing Offutt v. United States, 348 U.S. 11, 14, 75 S.Ct. 11, 13 (1954); again Courts have repeatedly held that positive proof of the partiality of a judge is not a requirement, only the appearance of partiality. Liljeberg v. Health Services Acquisition Corp., 486 U.S. 847, 108 S.Ct. 2194 (1988) (what matters is not the reality of bias or prejudice but its appearance); United States v. Balistrieri, 779 F.2d 1191 (7th Cir. 1985; (2) mitigate the damages caused by the Court by issuing a Court order to protect the remaining assets; (3) the Court has within its power to order funds that were removed before the Court could rule on them, be brought back and deposited with the Court along with any penalties; (4) issue an injunction that would prevent the further transfer of real property to another party until a ruling is made by the Court; and (5) launch an investigation into the improper actions of Attorney Daniel K. Lak, Robert L. Fuller, Doris A. Fuller Stewart.

08 December 2013


As of 13:00 EST 12/07/2013, we were no longer in control of the settings functions here at:


"Design" tab is missing from the upper right hand corner.

The only way to get to the settings function is via the "New Post" tab, then we have to close the new post to get to "My blogs."

Blog post are listed along with the "Settings" function.

The tabs -- Overview, Pages, Comments, Google+, Stats, Earnings, Layout, Template are all missing.

Monica Post

07 December 2013

Elder abuse, elder abuse, elder abuse...

Elder Abuse the Focus of a New Site That Shines Spotlight on Silent Epidemic
The new Elder-Abuse.net offers help and resources to victims of elder abuse.

The statistics regarding the rate of elder abuse in America are astounding. According to the National Center on Elder Abuse, there were nearly six million cases of elderly abuse in 2010 in the United States alone. The stats suggest that nearly a whopping 10 percent of the entire American elderly population reported a form of abuse, and many instances of abuse go unreported altogether.

The newly-launched site Elder-Abuse.net is shining the spotlight on elder abuse in the United States and offering victims hundreds of helpful resources.

“Too many times cases of abuse of senior citizens go unreported due to fear of retaliation or further abuse,” said Elder-Abuse.net spokesperson Gene Stillman. “The numbers show that commonality of elder abuse is out of control and on the verge of becoming a silent epidemic in America today.”

One of the more frightening statistics to come out of the study conducted by the National Center on Elder Abuse says that an astounding 68 percent of all elder abuse cases were perpetrated by family members. Stillman says that fact makes instances of elder abuse even tougher to report.

Woman Arrested in Elder Abuse Case
Detectives with the Police Department’s Property Crimes Unit arrested Santa Barbara resident Rosemary Baugh (pictured) on 11/27 after an investigation revealed she had taken over $650,000 from an 80-year-old man with Alzheimer’s disease.

Marshfield man convicted of elder abuse gets prison for violating probation
WISCONSIN RAPIDS — A 36-year-old Marshfield man was sentenced in Wood County Circuit Court to two years in prison for violating his probation for abusing an older man.

Woman charged with elder abuse in Elizabeth City
ELIZABETH CITY--Police have made an arrest in an alleged elder abuse case.
On November 25th, Albemarle Hospital contacted The Department of Social Services in reference to an elderly adult who was admitted to the hospital and showed signs of neglect and abuse.

06 December 2013

BP099211, BP122665 -- B241450, From where I sit, PART II

http://benamarine.blogspot.com part of court record.

Introduced by defendant's attorney, Daniel K. Lak, case BP135381



Robert lied in his testimony concerning many issues but, one lie that he told that sticks out immediately came just as soon as he took the witness stand is when he stated having one child. In reality Robert has four children all daughters. Lynn, Lenora, Lynette and Laconia from his first wife Linda whom he murdered.

He married Banessa Coleman after he was released from prison for said murder. During his marriage to Banessa he also had relationships with at least two other women.

Sandra Pritchard Smith and Barbara Powell.  

Barbara Powell would become his third wife and they stayed together until Barbara was arrested and convicted for murder.  The child that he claimed as his own during his testimony is actually Barbara's daughter, Yolanda Butler. 

Robert's natural children do not have a relationship with him which he blamed on Edwina and Steven not that he murder their mother.  

Robert was also accused of rape [he robbed her] in 1961 but, was acquitted.

Robert is known by the street name, "Buddha" and has a history of street violence, is known to have shot his first wife's brother and cousin.  He assaulted and slashed a co-worker with a knife. 

He also has a history of woman beating.  He beat Linda on several occasions, stomping her with steel-toed boots, kicking her down stairs and dragging her by the hair.

Banessa was a church going woman he beat her and cheated on her with several other women, two of which were mentioned earlier, he left Banessa for Barbara. Banessa later died from a broken heart.

Barbara wouldn't stand for the beatings, set their apartment on fire and later during the relationship shot it out with Robert from her mother's house as he was shooting at her from across the street [Wilmington & 122nd St, Compton].  That marriage ended when Barbara was convicted and sentenced for killing a neighborhood crack dealer that they owed money too.

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


Doris should have been born a man, she believes that she can do what ever a man can do only better.  

She has always been involved with drugs and drug dealers.  

On one occasion about the same time that she purchased the Bradfield property she had to go to Thelsey to borrow money to keep some drug dealer from killing her.

Roger Grant the father of one of her children
was murdered when he couldn't come up with the drug money that he left in Doris's care while he was behind bars and which she spent. I wrote James Hawkins Jr. where he is currently housed and he maintained that he did not murder Roger Grant but, did acknowledge d that Grant was a snitch for the police.

Doris went to Thelsey in 2007 and asked him for money.  He offered her $42,000.00 and told her it was her inheritance.  She turned it down and told him that it wasn't enough.

Neither Robert or Doris would do anything for Thelsey unless he paid them even after he was giving them thousands of dollars each month when he lived alone. My grandfather complained to me that they wouldn't even come to see him.  I talked with my grandfather almost on a daily basis.  So, I asked him why he gave them money if they treated him in that way.  He said because he had it.  So, I told him not to do it anymore and he stopped.  Which is exactly how I knew which banking records would be relevant in this case as Robert and Doris threatened me when they thought I was coming to California not for a visit per my grandfather's request but, their belief that I was coming home to take care of him.  No way in hell would they have been able to dog out my grandfather as they did had I been there. They probably would have killed me or me them.

 My grandfather never wanted to be placed in a convalescent hospital and that was always his stance. He damn sure didn't want to get robbed. When I sent the sheriff to Doris's home to check on his well being they refused to disclose his whereabouts. Three weeks later he was dead.


I believe that Daniel K. Lak never represented Thelsey L. Fuller, that was never the plan.

Los Angeles County Superior Court Cases
BP099211, BP118616, BP122665,  BP135381

California 2nd District Court of Appeal