Archive for September 19th, 2011

Arise Shine with Dan and Laurie Purkis (September 18, 2011)

Lou Ann Anderson Arise Shine with Dan and Laurie Purkis (September 18, 2011) Public corruption is a big component of the probate abuse issue.  Crony court systems, dishonest public officials, government systems that function on taxpayer funds yet provide little taxpayer protection are a reality that increasingly impacts peoples’ daily lives. Last December, Estate of Denial® Keep Reading…


Interest abounds as Killeen voters have seven weeks to recall (TX)

Though many Killeen residents seem quite aware of the upcoming Nov. 8 recall election, Killeen Tax Payers for Responsible and Accountable Governance are continuing efforts to keep voters informed about issues surrounding the upcoming election. “The phone keeps ringing, e-mails keep coming in.  People haven’t forgotten about the Connie Green issue and because of this, Keep Reading…


Government burning family tree at both ends (MO)

EDITOR’S NOTE: Recently, a woman I’ll call “Janet” met with me for more than six hours to discuss two court cases in which she’s involved. One is a Family Court case involving the welfare of a child, while the other is a Probate Court case involving the welfare of that child’s great-grandmother. Names and case-specific Keep Reading…


Lindner son removed as estate rep (MO)

Boone County Associate Circuit Judge Deborah Daniels yesterday approved Jay Lindner’s request to resign as personal representative of the estate of his father, deceased developer Jose Lindner. Since the developer behind Forum Development Group died in September 2010, more than $40 million in claims have piled up against his estate. Creditors have been wrangling over Keep Reading…


Was James Brown murdered?

AS THOUSANDS of fans fi led past his open gold coffi n on the stage of New York’s famed Apollo Theatre, in his diamond-studded sky-blue suit, white gloves and silver shoes, music legend James Brown fi nally looked at peace. The Godfather of Soul, who invented funk, befriended presidents but endured a deeply troubled personal Keep Reading…

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