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"Guardianship - Theft, Looting And Murder " - Isolate, Medicate, and Take the Estate.

The unprotected elderly, disabled, and wards of the state children can have a team of Vultures waiting.

Marti Oakley brings to light the atrocious behavior of the legal system, where individuals are deprived of their rights and their wealth through predatory practices of guardianship.

Isolate, medicate, and take the estate.


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Another video about a group in Arizona

The Sun Valley Group Inc. abusing the elderly.

They medicate the person into oblivion and get them to sign away all their assets and charge the families as much as $500000 over a four month period.


wait a minute--

several of our children are 'special needs' (low cognitive function)--

one of our older children came of age without our knowing about guardianship--

and became a target for sharks--

and now owes tremendous amounts of money--

if we had gotten guardianship, we could have prevented this--

so with some of our younger children we are considering guardianship, so that we can keep them from being preyed upon.

Whom do *you* trust?

Either way when someone has low cognitive function they became fodder for predators--

sad thing--

there must be a better way, but what can parents do to protect children from predators if there is no legal protection?

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

It seems the only protection from these predators

is to not have any money or assets that can be flagged in your data bases.

These sharks go hunting the data base looking for likely victims. The elderly who have worked hard for a lifetime, own a house, and have some money saved are the most likely victims now.

Being disabled can also be flagged in the data base as profitable because it allows a guardian to hook into the system and collect money for that person.

we've never used disability for our children--

we could have used the $, but we didn't want them connected to the system in that way--

who are the sharks?

The disreputable people who lent money to a handicapped person whose IQ would not allow for college . . . for loans . . . is also a shark.

If we had had guardianship, we could have prevented that.

This is very confusing to me--

There are unrelated people who go around 'kidnapping' the elderly and disabled young people and get guardianship of them?

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

The video answers all your questions.

It is worth watching. As far as I can see the predators are lawyers, guardians, and an entire judicial system that takes away the individuals rights and sometimes steals the person's assets. It is easy money preying on the elderly and disabled.

Here are other videos that gives advice about guardianship:

all right--

I'll give it a chance--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Human trafficking for profit, in the US - YOU can be a victim

In this insane world your private data base, soon to be computerized and fully updated, can become a hunting ground for predators. Your rights and assets can be taken in an instant and you will have no recourse.

Everyone needs to be aware of how this works.


*the love of it being the root of all kinds of evil*

It's like a really bad drug addiction.

The law cannot make a wicked person virtuous…God’s grace alone can accomplish such a thing.
Ron Paul - The Revolution

Setting a good example is a far better way to spread ideals than through force of arms. Ron Paul

It makes you wonder who these

predators are, and if they are even HUMAN; always looking for the opportunity to rob a victim; psychopathic at least in their outlook.

These individual psychopathic vultures are mirrors of the elite who seek wealth and power in the world at any cost.