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Reader: Hruby killings similar to 1958 Kansas slayings (OK)

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The Oct. 9 slayings of three members of the Hruby family in Duncan jogged one reader’s memory. The woman recalled the case of a Kansas college sophomore who gunned down his parents and sister on Thanksgiving Day in 1958 near Wolcott, Kansas. “Have you noticed the similarities between this case and the 1958 murders in Keep Reading…

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Woman seeking charges against Rockdale County Probate Judge Mays faces federal indictment (GA)

CONYERS — The legal fray involving Rockdale County Probate Court Judge Charles Mays Sr. and a woman who claims he owes her money took another turn last week when the woman was indicted on federal fraud charges in Missouri. Freya Pearson, 41, who is seeking to have Mays charged with several felonies in Georgia, was Keep Reading…

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Thanksgiving brings special appreciation for those exposing probate abuse

While a specific Estate of Denial® Thanksgiving post hadn’t previously been planned, today provided two probate-related reasons for special thanks so, what can I say, a post became a must-do. First, the newly-released Har Justice documentary, America’s Secret Wealth Exchanges, is an exciting project offering important insight regarding the atrocities being perpetrated by the legal Keep Reading…

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WWII veteran’s plight brings call for probate court reform (CT)

Ideally, when 96-year-old Louis Russo had to leave his home temporarily, the probate judge would have appointed someone who understood his wishes and who wanted to carry them out. Instead, under the care of a court-appointed conservator, the World War II veteran, who had always lived independently, was stripped of his rights, relegated to a Keep Reading…

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Who gets Casey Kasem’s $2 million?

LOS ANGELES (CN) – Noting that Casey Kasem’s children suspect their mother of having been “involved” in his death, MetLife seeks help with a $2 million life insurance policy. MetLife sued the television host’s widow, Jean Kasem, as trustee of the Casey Kasem Trust, and his four children, Kerri Helen Kasem, Liberty Irene Kasem, Michael Keep Reading…

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‘America’s Secret Wealth Exchanges’ exposed!

To depict what can fairly be characterized as “The Economic Rape of America,” Har Justice has released a documentary entitled America’s Secret Wealth Exchanges that provides an important look at the greed, corruption and unseemly transfers of America’s wealth occurring through probate courts and frivolous civil litigation. The project is described as follows: This documentary Keep Reading…

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Caramadre, now in prison, argues judge biased, vindictive in seeking new trial (RI)

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Cranston philanthropist Joseph A. Caramadre is asking a federal appeals court for a new trial on charges that he and his employee defrauded terminally-ill people in a multimillion-dollar investment scheme. Caramadre argues in appealing to the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that U.S. District Court Chief Judge William E. Smith displayed Keep Reading…

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