It is said when a person dies, a library was burnt to the ground. Our panel honors the memory of Marti Oakley of T.S. Radio Network. Marti was the pioneer who blazed the trail exposing corruption in probate courts across America and worldwide, such as predatory lawyers and court-appointed professional guardians feasting on the estates of our most vulnerable, the elderly and the disabled. They are tearing families apart by isolating our precious elderly from their families and drugging them to death. The new weapon of choice that these judges and lawyers use is called civil contempt. In Montgomery Co, Pennsylvania, a man was put in jail twice for taking a picture of his Mother—no jury of peers and no right for the public to witness these proceedings.
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