32 Burst results for "Elder Abuse"

Mark Levin Shares Heartfelt Moment With Caller

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 5 d ago

Mark Levin Shares Heartfelt Moment With Caller

"Going to church. If you're Christian and so forth. Maybe you should start doing other things that will help you again. I'm not pushing anything. I'm just saying, uh If you're dealing with evil, and you're in a dark place. You gotta get out of there. The sad thing is My sister and I worked. Companies can be out of six kids and she had a broken heart syndrome was induced into a coma and then use Chantix to quit smoking. Coma. Drugs can change your personality announced what happened and the Chantix gave her vivid dreams that she swore real. And she hates me. And I can't. I cannot tell you how much Mhm. I don't need much I need right now. I need her, like Yeah. Crazy and she, uh and she won't open the door at all to talk to you. Oh, gosh. She Mhm. He's I don't I don't know why she hates me the way she does. I have no idea. Um Other than that, and I've reached out and reached out. And they had to try and they tried to have me thrown in jail for elder abuse. A number of times and I did nothing wrong. But other than take care of my father when nobody else would I would look for the areas of like, or you can in your life. Your wife. Faith. If you're a believer I would look for areas of light. We can find people who appreciate you people you can talk to I really hate to do this. I really do. But I really want you to try that, okay?

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"elder abuse" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"elder abuse" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"How cold it is! That's very cold. So you never know, some people are like well, it's thirteen degrees. Wind chill of negative three. Negative three. Yeah, that's what it is. It's not thirteen you minus. Twenty three. It's minus forty. You can get minus forty. Wasn't because there's always a moral issue. That's their everybody always like the George Floyd things the moral issue right now for all this crazy stuff that's going on his activism. That has nothing to do with George Floyd right now, but wasn't it? They were trying to stop it because they couldn't build the railroads or the pipeline. Whatever because it was going across the? The lands of indigenous people wasn't that a big conversation out of of the weeks thing. Yeah, they're basically Kinda shutting Alberta's argument down with nuts, I mean the main party in Canada. They're super. They make the Democrats look reasonable rate. They're made the Democrats look center right so the Liberal Party run by Justin. Trudeau you know black face. Trudeau's sees sometimes called. They are very very pro anything to do with like cap and trade, no pipelines things like that and Alberto's of hang on. We have all the soil like we. We want to get it to people. Other people want to buy. Why can't we and they're like? No, because indigenous stuff, there's pipelines you. I'm sure you guys know running all over the continent it's. It's it's not really like it's a new thing, and it's a lot safer to transport oil that way then with trucks and things like that, because you reduce the risk of like spills, and like user error more when it comes to drivers, but they're just getting a really raw deal and actually Quebec. We've had our own separatist movement for the longest time. I'm not very pro Quebec. Canada I would actually vote to separate just so that at least other Canadian provinces wouldn't have to keep paying us. But it's kind of a similar thing to what you're seeing in this stage. The more conservative states are kind of. Being bullied by federal government and vice versa, everyone's unhappy, civil unrest, civil unrest and I feel like the Balkanisation it's got an. The countries weren't always what they were. They are now, so I don't know I'm I'm very pro-life. Let's talk about this now. Separating are one hundred percent ended the conversation, and when I say I would move to Alberta I'm serious. Maybe instead we could create tex it. Down here. The problem children. Austin Dallas and Houston isn't. About like West, exit. West Texas wanting to separate from there? Is that conversation that's out there? There's also the argument that can be made..

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"elder abuse" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"elder abuse" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"The first. will be the highest ratings in history of television. I'll be there. I will cancel everything I will be there always sure they're going to have A. They have to maybe no audience though they may not have an audience, but they have to have a debate. Trump's pushing for four. They've agreed to three. If I was trump I push for. All that I could yeah I think they're going to accuse him of elder abuse. I really am foreseeing that they'll figure out a way to twist it to make it about elder abuse, and do you think that Biden is GonNa win because I keep seeing all these poll. Saying Oh, you know he's taken the lead I don't think Joe Biden Ken win a fair election. I! It's so it depends on how they cheat. Right. So like if I, if it doesn't require voter, ID. And I can wear a mask to the polls. I can vote like twelve times. Never mind the mainland ballots and trying to do now and I. boggles my mind, someone who didn't grow up in the United States. That voter ID is controversial I still do not like every other country. Literally every other country you need ide- it's either provincial or federal, or whatever it is like you have to have something. You can't just come up with so the fact that this has become politicized people are trying to make about racism I do not understand, and that's the crazy thing, because not only. Is it controversial? It's racist. Yeah, that's just insane. You have your ID to get a library card to get welfare to Texas. Ask for an ID right? We do that here. I don't know how like say in Houston or Dallas does it, so that's that's my current thing. The Problem Children of Texas Houston Austin Dallas. If anything's going on in Texas, it's going to Houston Austin or Dallas there the problem kids. And I I don't know how they do things, but I know where I live in the Fort Worth area. You GotTa Show Your Id. And that's not true nationwide. which was because I mean in Canada? We had our elections last year I'm show my id like I had to. I couldn't just show, but the polls without like doing the whole registration thing and everything that the left says so terrible white supremacist whatever it's like if you go to any other country, that's actually the norm, so where this fictitious countries where this doesn't imply I don't even know 'cause. If any country was going to have a really bad anti-racist policy, you'd think it'd be Canada. We still ID. How many candidates are Joe? Have Run for?.

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When Staying Home Isn't Safe: Domestic Abuse On The Rise Due To Coronavirus

Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

08:25 min | 1 year ago

When Staying Home Isn't Safe: Domestic Abuse On The Rise Due To Coronavirus

"Corona virus versus fiction is sponsored by express. Vpn We've heard stories. Where survivors are saying. My relationship with emotionally abusive became physically abusive last night. We've heard stories from women whose partners were coming home and coughing on them and telling them that they were acting them with the coronavirus. That was Katie. Ray Jones the head of the national domestic violence hotline for most of us. Staying at home has been the safest way to protect ourselves from the krona virus but for others home can be a dangerous place worrying experts about what is happening behind closed doors. So what do we really know? And what can we do to help those? Who may be isolated and afraid? I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Cnn's chief medical correspondent and this is corona virus fact versus fiction in the past we've seen increases in domestic violence during times of crisis and stress. We've seen spikes in two thousand and eight during the Economic Crisis James Goggle. Yano is a former. Fbi agent and CNN's law enforcement analyst. He says this pandemic is putting victims in particularly vulnerable situation. We've seen spikes during national disasters like say Hurricane Katrina Hurricane. Sandy and we've also seen it during times of the Super Bowl major sporting events and look correlation doesn't always equal causation here. But there's a lot of factors at play in one of is. These victims are trapped in a cohabitation situation with the abuser. As stay at home orders went into effect in March. Several cities across the United States reported a steep increase in domestic violence calls as compared to last year. Cities like Seattle Portland and Boston have all reported increases in calls to hotlines or reports or arrests related to domestic violence in April Chicago. City officials told CNN the Illinois domestic violence hotline saw the highest daily call volume in. Its twenty year history. Meanwhile in other parts of the country calls to domestic abuse hotlines and reports to law enforcement have stayed flat or even declined experts. Worry that victim stuck at home with their abusers may not know how to get help one group that is working to assist victims of domestic. Violence is safe horizon based in New York City. They're one of the largest victim service organizations in the country. We work with victims of all crimes and abuse and that includes family. Violence Domestic Violence Child Abuse Sexual assault human trafficking elder abuse and we help people to heal and rebuild their lives areas weighing is the CEO of safe horizon. I started by asking her what she had been hearing for. People who need help during this pandemic when nobody's supposed to be out and about the choice to leave a situation or leave home is definitely complicated by concerns about getting. The virus others can include. Let's say the victim is someone? That had not been economically dependent on the Abuser. But now they've lost their job Maybe that's an economic dependence. That has now begun. Are there particular signs of an abusive situation? If that person doesn't seem to have the freedom to go where and when they want seems to have to account for every dollar or every place they go seems to be separated from loving relationships that used to be important to them in the relationship. You may experience all of those things and also threats and then of course every form of physical violence that people experience. But if someone is hurting you physically choking US spitting on you. You absolutely have a right to seek help into not expect that that behavior is normal. I imagine that the problem has worsened during this pandemic of both intimate partner. Violence Child Abuse. But I wonder do we know for sure I mean the because the reporting of this I imagine is is part of the challenge as well right. The story reporting is complicated in the first month of the stay at home orders. Here New York calls to our hotline. Were DOWN. That's for a couple of reasons. One people just prioritizing their Their health but another is an assumption. That help wasn't available and that is tragic because help is available. Are Hotline is functioning. The national domestic violence hotline is functioning. Police are responding to calls were able to provide a tremendous range of services. Virtually and as the word has gotten out about that our calls have increased child abuses a different because those reports come from teachers who are mandated reporters and doctors. Those reports are down by seventy five percent over. The prior period is heartbreaking and tragic because the abuse cannot be down by seventy five percent. It means that teachers that would normally see something and be concerned about. It are not able to see that over revolt learning. Let me ask you though. Short of opening up. Are there other things that can be done to to address this issue specifically with child abuse? We've done research over. The years about Bystanders to child abuse people who may suspect that there's something abusive happening in a family and overwhelmingly members of the public. Say I wouldn't want to report that because I might be wrong. What if I'm wrong and it's really none of my business and my response to that is what if you're not wrong. What if you're right and so I would say if anyone listening to this? Podcast has a nagging suspicion. That child is not being treated right in their home. Find out where in your state you can call it in it. Just strikes me from a pragmatic sense that it might be challenging. If you're in an apartment you know with people and you're you're trying to see cal. But you're worried about stigma even within your own living situation or privacy concerns. What do you recommend for someone who who says I want to get help but you know frankly? I got someone listening in the next room. Try and get on the call or seek help. I recommend chat can be much more private and there are many mental health services available over chat. A large part of what we do with victims of domestic. Violence is safety planning. What can that particular person? Due TO BE SAFER WITH. Sheltering at home that's become much more complicated because safety plans often would include something like I can spend the night at my mother's if I see certain signs of behavior that are worrisome. That sort of thing may not be option now but options. That can still work for this time. Might be a code word that your child does that. If I say a certain word the child should call nine one one. It might be something lake a neighbor when I put the shade in the bathroom Or put a plant in the window. The neighbor knows that you're in distress and to keep an ear out and to call the police as you pointed out it's about giving people help. Yes first and foremost if you imagine or think about what it might be like or what. It must be like to be a child or to be an adult trapped in a situation where you feel. Fear every minute of the day and you could help that person. Think of what that would mean victims of domestic abuse faced significant challenges leaving before the pandemic but wants people to know that organizations like safe horizon.

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"elder abuse" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"elder abuse" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You help families dealing with elder abuse whether it's financial elder abuse physical elder abuse or emotional elder abuse so that's a great question Ronnie and I help people did her or pre vent elder abuse if it's already started it's a lot of times the cat's out of the bag and there's not a lot we can do to stop that but if you're looking to deter or prevent elder abuse if you're worried about your eighty seven year old mother and want to make sure no one can steal her money then I'm your guy I can block those assets down in that little safe that we talked about and make sure no one who breaks and can take her house her bank accounts retirement accounts we want to protect seniors and what's so interesting Dustin is that you've really taught me a great lesson family members are greedy and they will do things to your mommy to your Daddy to your relatives that are shocking can you share some of the horror stories sorry yes no they just every day so just recently we were deal we're helping somebody who couldn't find his mom and he said Dustin I he's a he's clients adjusted I don't know where my mom is she has dementia and I just got a letter from another attorney saying we have taken your mother to an undisclosed location because she has dementia and we believe she can't live on our own and they won't tell me where she is and so we spent three days trying to find her and with the help of the good police and good adult protective services social workers we're able to find her but that is a case where step children got in the way they abducted this woman and took her and essentially held her hostage in return for trust money and again Dustin I just cannot believe that family members become that greedy that is despicable and disgusting and again I've got senior citizen lawyer how can you help families protect their assets their children their moms their retirement how do you do that.

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Larry King files for divorce from seventh wife Shawn after 22 years of marriage

Lori and Julia

03:28 min | 2 years ago

Larry King files for divorce from seventh wife Shawn after 22 years of marriage

"This one Larry King files for divorce he's divorcing his seventh wife Sean king he filed for divorce today in LA Superior Court he's been married to Shawn for twenty two years they have two adult sons cannon and chance cannons nineteen chances twenty years old and you know Leary and Sean they've been kind of down this road at least once before remember back in twenty ten it was so yeah I will Larry King filed for divorce and Sean try to file first but Larry's legal team was faster didn't matter but they reconciled then they had more turmoil in twenty sixteen when they publicly addressed cheating rumors and this break up comes on the heels of Larry's medical crisis back in April where he suffered what doctors described to shine as a heart attack so this will be his eighth divorce because Larry King was very to one of his wives Eileen Atkins twice back in the nineteen sixties so now here gets a little juicier US sources are connected to TMZ say that they've been having troubles for a couple of years but apparently Sean presented him with legal documents a couple months ago that would have been her certain rights to their property that whatever adversely affected the two sons TMZ saying that they felt that Sean their mom was trying to screw them out of their inheritance from Leri hands TMZ reporting that chase and can and went to their dad Larry and told him they were outraged by their moms conduct presenting in documents and played with Larry to get out of the marriage in please divorced mom and Larry King followed the advice of his sons she is you see what he I remember the eighty is a neat yeah but he has a really sweet relationship with these two boys he does yeah Dave he talk about it when you spend the yeah Larry King and I loved it in the John always been a Hassey after money yeah I twenty two years before she felt to me like she was that gal but that's that's kind of the boys want their stuff protected well he wants them to have to protect I have a study it does today that has something to do with the elder abuse AVO Larry King by the way is eighty five years while so he's hanging in there good for them yeah the case but that's pretty juicy very much so so I mean just seemed always a little vial to me they have it yeah they've been married for twenty two years you know maybe it was already she's in her fifties yeah I would yeah I think it was she got busted with the boys little league baseball person yeah early on yeah but they stuck with that until now I mean that you know alternately I suppose the final straw is like Hey you're trying to actively affect our kids is future and their well being so I give you the countess yeah did you ever try to do it again yeah all right we'll we'll keep you updated on anymore juicy gossip regarding the divorce of Larry King his bad for him Beijing you know all those women I do too you know he went on the road and then now you have to come to your eighth divorce yeah I mean mom you know stranger things have happened

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FBI Warns of Cyber Scams Targeting the Elderly

Vegas Never Sleeps

01:29 min | 2 years ago

FBI Warns of Cyber Scams Targeting the Elderly

"Light of world elder abuse awareness, day, which is June. Fifteenth? The FBI office in Phoenix. Arizona is raising. Awareness about cyber scams that target the elderly, I had a chance to catch up with Kate visine. She's a cybersecurity report for CNBC. She also has a new book titled kingdom of lies unnerving adventures in a world of cybercrime, and my first question to her was, what was some of the most interesting shocking things that she was able to uncover in this book. Beginning, one of the most surprising things to me with how much Mike American businesses these cyber criminal organizations are run and that well before even I had had when I was working at a practitioner. And so I saw it out and found people involved in this underground. And this, this amazing portrait of these entire coun- changed by cybercrime across eastern Europe with tons of money flowing in from the US from here from the crimes that you're really familiar with. And so from there, I just went up, you take a microscope to what is really going on there. So we could find something you physi- me also says that social media companies having impossible job ahead is they rely on algorithms, that promote disagreement and therefore outlandish statements. And as President Trump calls, it, fake news are often promoted on their site for USA radio news on.

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Ahead of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, Feds take action

Pacifica Evening News

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Ahead of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, Feds take action

"For world elder abuse awareness day today during pride month. The San Francisco district attorney George Gus gone teamed up with community organizations coup off. That's the community United against violence. An open house to raise awareness about existing resources to help LB Q elders and call on the wider, San Francisco community, to join them in supporting this vulnerable

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Ex-manager for comic book legend Stan Lee pleads not guilty to elder abuse

KDWN Programming

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Ex-manager for comic book legend Stan Lee pleads not guilty to elder abuse

"And a former business manager to STAN Lee's, pleaded not guilty to charges accusing him of abusing the marvel comics legend the plea from Kia Morgan came yesterday in Los Angeles after thirties, transported him from Arizona. That's where he was arrested last month. He's forty three's charged with five counts of elder abuse prosecutors say sought to capitalize on the marvel comic masterminds, wealth, and exert influence over Stanley, even though you had no thority to do. So of course Stanley passed away in November at the age of

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Stockbrokers Face New Rules to Prevent Elder Abuse

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

06:01 min | 2 years ago

Stockbrokers Face New Rules to Prevent Elder Abuse

"I mean, there's long been a debate about whether brokers really are selling clients things that they should be selling them. You don't want to sell an annuity that expires in two years two or that has a. Like a twenty year lifespan to a ninety year old woman, and we've all heard rampant abuses of these things coming going on. You know, you, you get a call or, or someone you know markets, you something, very aggressively, and they give you a great pitch. And then it turns out to be a horrible investment. Now, what's, what sort of controversial about the rules for brokers is that they've long been held to the standard that they only have to make sure the, the, the security is suitable for the client, whereas money, managers, people who run mutual funds people who are registered investment advisers have to put their clients interests ahead of their own. Now, the fact that, you know, a lot of investor advocates are very angry that, there are these two separate codes of conduct. Because they say look customers, don't understand those distinctions those distinctions created by the industry. They're distinctions created by Wall Street. If you tell a seventy year old, you know, you're seventy year old mother or aunt or what have you? That, that her broker doesn't have to put her interest. I you know, she she's going to be at a loss on that. It makes no sense to her. And frankly, there's a lot of logic in that. I mean, I don't think it makes any sense. Okay. So the whole point of this would be to protect the interests of the clients would be to make sure the firms. Don't take take advantage of them, right him. That seems simple enough. Yes. So though, if it's that simple wise, it take hours longer to, to fix it. I mean, a lot of that, you know, I'm sorry to say, has has, you know, the, the, the story behind that is the same reason as lotteries that don't get solved. And that's because of aggressive industry lobbying the rule that the SEC is, is voting on next week, how it, doesn't it doesn't make brokers fiduciaries like fund managers are what it does is you, you have to be much more aggressive in disclosing conflicts that you have, for instance, if a broker is getting paid. By a company to sell it stock or something like that. That's got to be told to the client if they have some internal practice at their firm where look we really want to sell a lot of company XYZ's bonds. So we want you to push those on the client's, perhaps that has to be disclosed, although there is some discretion about what has to be slows and on top of that you have to do a better job just making sure that the client understands what their in store for. Okay. Let me ask you this. We know that it's taken ten years or more to get to this point. What Rubicon did we cross to get to where this is about to become regulation, or have we gotten quite there yet? Well, so this all actually stems from the Dodd Frank act, which I'm sure your listeners are familiar with there, was there was, there was a lot of people Democrats in particular that wanted the Dodd Frank act stipulate. That brokers are fiduciaries. They're held to the same terms as investment advisors. Now there was some vote rolling and and aggressive lobbying. So that was watered down and dodd-frank to the SEC has to study this issue in make determination about whether brokers should be fiduciaries. So ten years later after a lot of debate now the now ruining a little bit, again, the SEC during the Obama administration basically punted on this issue too controversial didn't want to step in the mud. You know, couldn't figure out a way to sort it out in a way that made everyone happy, which, you know, they should have known that you're never gonna make anyone happy. But so the, the Obama, the bomb the White House, instructed the Labor Department to tackle this and the Labor Department deals with pensions, that's sort of their jurisdiction in his face. And they passed a very aggressive rule, then Obama than Obama was gone, and Trump won the election and that rule went down in flames. James and, and the SEC is now fixing that by coming up with a new standard. A new standard that Wall Street is basically content with, because it is an aggressive as the Obama era rule. Okay. Well, then ask you this, and you sort of answered it, but we're going to circle back and clarify it. How much of this is definitely political, because Wall Street folks are pretty generous with campaigns. Yeah. I mean, I, I would say having sat through a lot of hearings on this issue that Democrats are pro tougher standards for, for brokers and Republicans. I've heard a lot of questions especially on the house side, from Republicans, you know, beating up the SEC when it's tried to tackle this issue before going after the fiduciary rule when the Obamas Labor Department was passing it. So, yeah. Like everything this town is pretty political. I mean, it's hard to sort out a lot of times whether lawmakers have opinions because they genuinely hold those opinions or because someone has, you know. Paid them off to have a certain opinion. I will make a judgment on that, just tell you what I've seen it hearings. Okay. Well, let me ask about the reaction that you are seeing investor advocates, the folks that they are trying to protect are they happy with this. Did these rules? Go far enough to not go far enough where what would they like to see happen? They are not happy. Yeah. They are not having this far and they're still unhappy. Well, because they because it's not they, they want a single standard for brokers and investment advisers. They, they repeatedly argued that consumers do not understand these distinctions consumers have no idea that when someone knocks on your door, or phones, you or sometimes even you sign a contract with that. They have a different duty of conduct to you based on what their title is.

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Stan Lee's ex-manager arrested for elder abuse

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00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Stan Lee's ex-manager arrested for elder abuse

"News, business partner and friend of marvel comic. But creator Stanley is now under arrest on a warrant from the P Morgan arrested in Arizona Phoenix and Scottsdale. Police accused of elder abuse against Stanley before his death last November. The PD says lease estate was worth fifty million dollars. And there were no clear protection stopping someone from taking advantage that Morgan stepped in allegedly taking hundreds of thousands of dollars from Lee Morgan is also accused of. Folsom imprisonment for allegedly movingly out of Hollywood hills home and into a condo. Morgan is facing a list of charges, including elder, abuse and expected to be extradited

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Arrest Warrant Issued for Stan Lee's Former Business Manager

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Arrest Warrant Issued for Stan Lee's Former Business Manager

"Stan Lee's former managers charged with elder abuse in facing his FOX's Michelle Pollino an arrest. Warrant has been issued for Stanley's four or manager who was charged with elder abuse against the late marvel legend lease daughter, alleged Kia Morgan was manipulating her father whose health mental facilities were devolving rapidly, preventing Lee from Saint family and friends and trying to take control of his money business affairs, Morgan faces charges if theft embezzlement for. Jury or fraud against an elder adults and false imprisonment of elder. Adults. Morgan's lawyer Alex kessel said he's not guilty Lee who died in November was a face for marvel and created Spiderman iron men in the incredible hulk

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Stan Lee's Former Business Manager Charged with Elder Abuse Against the Marvel Legend

Ron St. Pierre

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Stan Lee's Former Business Manager Charged with Elder Abuse Against the Marvel Legend

"Stan Lee's former managers charged with elder abuse. And what's he facing? His FOX's Michelle Pollino an arrest. Warrant has been issued for Stanley's former manager who was charged with elder abuse against the late marvel legend lease daughter, alleged Kia Morgan was manipulating her father whose health mental facilities were devolving rapidly, preventing Lee from seeing family and friends and trying to take control of his money business affairs, Morgan faces charges if theft embezzlement for. Or fraud against an elder adults and false imprisonment of an elder. Adults. Morgan's lawyer Alex kessel said he's not guilty Lee who died in November was a face for marvel and created Spiderman iron men in the incredible hulk

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Morgan, Steve Futterman And Business Manager discussed on Tony and Dwight

Tony and Dwight

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Morgan, Steve Futterman And Business Manager discussed on Tony and Dwight

"And the marvel universe may have a new villain. CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman tells us about a former business manager accused of abusing comic book legend, STAN Lee comic book legend Stanley died last year at the age of ninety five. Now leaves former manager Thirty-seven-year-old KM Morgan is being charged with elder abuse. The district attorney is accusing Morgan of five counts including false imprisonment fraud and forgery two years ago. Lease

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"elder abuse" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"elder abuse" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"I was a side you're on the street up fifteen years and for the last fifteen years, I've actually been a Lieutenant in ninety nine percent of the time is actually been in the community service bureau was where I work out of. So what we deal with in? The community service bureau was domestic violence elder abuse, juvenile issues crimes. Civil rights violations. The media community outreach and mental health and substance abuse follow ups and leave the house in the morning. I never know what the day is going to be like, and I think that's probably one of their reasons. Why like the job I have is. 'cause you just never know what that day is going to be holding way. It's always a safe. Stay you. Come in. You look at all the reports from the day before. And you know, you you see I have a bunch of officers that worked for me. I see what you know, what needs to be followed up. So for example, if the patrol bureau, you know, you you had something what say you had your seventeen year old son was involved in a fight. And you reported it to the police. Well, we come in the next day. The youth offices will look at that. You know, befall went up the follow up with the schools. So we try to cover every area. When I first got into that bureau. There was a we just dealt with juveniles in domestic violence, juveniles and civil rights violations of the media. But I saw a need a putting things together we needed to put domestic violence elder affairs and juveniles all under one roof. And why is that? Because sometimes if you have something going on in the home, there are other things going on there too. So if you have an elder that's being exploited or being abused in the home, and you may have like a juvenile in that home also being victimized you may have domestic violence in their self by putting all that together. I think we actually give our residents better quality of service and Newton at one point was. Was these nine mean, these safest city in the United States, and it's still in what the top eight cities in America as far as all the crime statistics. Go very safe community. Yeah. So we are safe again. I think it's the relationship we have with our people that we serve, and that's you know, you see the motto on different cities and towns cruises protecting serve. Yes. That can't be more true. But you know, one of the big things now was job since I've been on. I've been on a long time since nineteen three..

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"elder abuse" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"elder abuse" Discussed on WTVN

"Elder abuse. Last Friday merit was supposed to turn himself into a Georgia jail. But instead authorities say merit fatally stabbed his own mother. Shirley, then allegedly cut off his ankle monitor and took off in her Lexa ABC's area Russia off Seattle digging out from a rare snowstorm and wintry mix dozens of flights delayed or canceled today in back to back storms are expected to bring more this week. You're listening to ABC news. News Radio six ten WTVN. I'm Sean Gallagher. The Franklin county coroner has issued a warning after an increase in overdose deaths were reported according to the coroner's office. Three people died due to carpet mill in January in two thousand eighteen there were six car all related deaths in Franklin county, the counties warning comes a day after a similar alert was issued in cuyahoga county. Carfax knoll is a synthetic opioid and large animals sedative the drug is said to be extremely potent and unsafe for human use. The town of Westerville will Mark one year since two of its police officers were shot and killed in the line of duty more from ABC six. This Sunday marks one year since two Westerville officers were killed in the line of duty Eric joining an Anthony Morelli responding to a domestic situation on crosswind drive. Officer jarring was shot in the head and officer Morelli in the chest. They accused shooter Quentin Smith is now in jail awaiting trial. Trial and could face the death penalty. He has pleaded not guilty faculty. It rights state university traveled to Columbus to call attention to contract negotiations, which they say are in flux. They need to negotiate with us. Nancy garner is an associate professor of history rates state and says the talks have been going on for two years. We're simply asking for the right to negotiate to bargain to discuss health care. That's all the faculty arrays traveled to the Ohio seat house to ring their bell louder. They've seen partial success. The Ohio House Democratic caucus has sent a letter to university administrators on their behalf. The union spokesman here says the strike could be over in the morning if university administrators simply open talks and negotiate at the state house, Jared alad NewsRadio six ten WTVN after wins, Colorado and Arizona earlier this week. The blue jackets will look to finish their road trip out west with a perfect record when they face the Vegas Golden Knights tonight. With a late ten o'clock. Puck drop.

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"elder abuse" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"elder abuse" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Their phones anymore because of these spam epidemic. Absolutely totally. I don't know the number. I'm not answering it true. It's out of control. All of everyone listening knows what I'm talking about. It's it's so obnoxious. It's always been offensive. It's always been obnoxious. But now they're being it's almost like they're being sneaky about it tactic. Where they're using your phone number. Break. Well, they're using something similar or something similar. Yeah. Or something like that. Right. So this is it this is it based on an analysis of eleven billion phone calls. People are only answering about fifty two percent of their calls because they don't identify the phone number. I'm not doing it. It's going to be a robo. It's going to be some crate call. It's going to be something along those lines, and they're right there. Right. And it's interesting because people do fall prey to this stuff. Otherwise wouldn't continue. It's and it's I mean, it's elder abuse. Especially you get older people a little confused not quite together on their game any longer. Oh, totally. You're right out of my skin. And I mean, they're they're increasing in number the spam calls and stuff. So you're right. It must be working with working. They wouldn't be doing it. I mean, that's business. Folks, have business ain't working picking up. You're not doing it anymore. You'll find some other scam. Okay. How about this Morenz Drakes beach? It's closed right now. And they're not going to reopen any time soon because the elephants seals have taken over. But you know, what they'll do they'll blame this on the shutdown?.

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"elder abuse" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"elder abuse" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"We're talking violence sexual abuse exploitation elder abuse addictions, and so they're helping them in so many ways, and this is a little piece that we can do to help them. Do you have a dad joke at the ready? Can you think of one? Oh, yeah. Okay. We're gonna we're gonna we don't we can't give you ashtrays, t shirts or anything. But we've had a couple of donations within the last few seconds. Yeah. Laura Christian, Tracy border and Amanda. Yeah. So in honor of that Alexis will now present to you a dad joke in honor of your donations were now up to let me look your while lex grabs. Her dad joke portfolio. Have my dad Joe portfolio? Guess what might stand up? It's going to be friends. Ten thousand six hundred is what we're up two thousand six hundred and ten dollars. Oh, I better. Find a good one. My new donators. You're the donators. Yeah. Okay. So picking number between one and seventy three dawn. What what is it pick a number between one and seven. This is a joke. Fire fire. I thought that was a joke. The joke. Twenty nine ninety nine lead the age of guys that I date go on all my goodness. Here we go you're gonna love this joke. Everybody. This is the only thing worse than having diarrhea is having to spell it. Oh, yeah. Pick another number. No one's enough. Lex the audience. Thank you. We just got some new ones in Chelsea Hanson. Ashley clay, Olsen, Kathy, Hagan policy and Kelly and. Those are. The three digit number the hell, are you a wrestlemainia announcer? Cindy, just donated one hundred dollars. Thank you, sandy and Keri. I hope I'm pronouncing that right? Yeah. Okay. We're gonna take a break when we come back. The.

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"elder abuse" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

10:31 min | 3 years ago

"elder abuse" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Is on the line with us. She was one of the prosecutors in the Bill Cosby case and still is Chris I gotta ask you you work for a private law firm strategy Ronin, a very well known firm in the area and abroad. How did it happen that after the first trial when you were assistant district attorney in the trials division, the Montgomery County district attorney's office, the you were able to go back for the retrial very fortunate on the the chairman Bill Sasso and Kevin Steele the district. Attorney allowed me the flexibility to see the. The end logistically what it requires? They just needed to be sworn in as special prosecutor, but having the flexibility from my firm was also paramount. So did you have to negotiate that or was that something that they asked you? And you said let me check with my firm, and it's cool. Let's do it. What I mean? Literally had Kevin still ask my chairman Bill Sassa, whether it'd be okay for us to see it through. And he was very great. Wow. Learning to really charitable firm. They give a lot to the community at large. And so they knew that this was an important case. And because I had been on the first trial. It would be really difficult to get someone up to speed. And so, you know, kind of being true to its nature. They they were fine with allowing you to go back and beat us on a pro Bono basis. And it seems very personalty. We've we've been in the show five years, I talked to different lawyers. And I say, you know, what if what if you know, your your Meno the person, you're defending is guilty. Or what if you know this what if you know that he goes, well, I'm just doing a job. It's my job to me, by the way care you ask Tom mezro question when he was on the show every. And and Tom measure, of course, was unceremoniously relieved of his duties in the Bill Cosby case. So it seemed personally, you know, some of the quotes and some of the things that you've said throughout the trial, and to the other lawyers some seemed like it was an emotional thing for you as well. Like when you found that Bill Cosby is laughing, and you pointed that out very directly, and then you said about Kathleen bliss. She's the exact reason why victims women and men of sexual assault. Don't report these crimes because she went after the, you know, the the woman to and after so it was this. This was this more. Did it feel more personal than most cases for you? You know in sex crimes prosecutions, you really have to get to know your victim. Yeah. The survivor because the prosecutor what you're asking them to do is get on the stand and talk about something that was very humiliating for that, very embarrassing. Traumatic. And not that in front of the offender, but in front of the public at large. And so we'll all of the cases a prophecy. I do have to build that rapport with my victims, actually, stay in touch with many survivors today because of the way that you built, you know, right? So it was personal for me in that. I built that relationship with my victims. But it was it's personal for me in every single sex. Keith. How is it different than other cases for you? I mean, the dealing with sex crime. Oh, then dealing with wake up steps or anything like that. Yeah. We're in this particular case, you know, in in in general, just dealing with having victims of sexual crimes. Yeah. It is. And actually, I should say of any type of special victims so impossible about seniors even assaulted. Any assault or sexual violence against children domestic violence. Those were times that I was very passionate about and let me ask you this about because I deal with you know, seniors and families that deal with elder abuse every single day, and I feel like that's the last crime that we have not created stricter laws and people they don't take it as seriously because it's it's it's somebody's old somebody at the end of their lives and to me any kind of abuse whether it's child abuse, whether it's sexual crimes. Domestic violence abuse. It's all abuse. But why do you feel and maybe you don't that? Elder abuse is not taken seriously as other crimes, it's not prosecutors as such. Well, at least in Montgomery County. Definitely was when I was there as you pointed out, I was the captain of the elder abuse unit. And as captain I sat on what we had which was the elder law taskforce kind of worked with the banks, and we were working towards building stricter screening process that, you know, people could not steal money or financial exploit victims of elder elder victims. So we really worked hard to try to work with the banks. I know that even federally a lot of a lot of good national laws or guardian. Thanks and security screening procedures are getting heightened scrutiny that there's different ways that security screening to avoid financial expertise for a lot of elders. The laws are really kind of trying to get up there. In pennsylvania. We do have heightened of penalties for different crimes that are perpetrated against children as well as well. Well, there's there's small steps which almost more can definitely when it's on. I'll definitely talk to you. I want to get my Bill there in Pennsylvania. We've got twelve states, but definitely need stricter and harder laws for people that perpetrate elder abuse for sure, you know. Go ahead. You're going to say something. Oh, no. I'm sorry. I just said, oh, absolutely. No. Well, that's a good thing to say crystal. You know, some people are saying that if it weren't for you. Andrea Constand wouldn't have come forward. And I know you've said, no, this was all her she had her full intention of doing it. If she could when you went to Toronto to visit her and talk to her about this what what went on. And I know, you know, I'm not talking to turn client privilege, and I assume she's not a client. But how were you able to get her to do what she apparently wanted to do? Anyway, you know. I just a again, I don't mean to sound cheesy or anything like that. But Andrea Constand, I think the reason that she was willing to cooperate was because I laid it out and explain her what the process would involve. And I think she was we were able to build a report, and she trusted me to know that look I'm going. I'm going to be honest with you as to what we can do what we can't do and what's going to happen. And I think it was also, you know, and I didn't go alone. I hope three detectives one of which was actually investigating the crime back in two thousand five which Michels reported that they had built that report. We were also, you know, we were assisted in many ways on to help build that records that she was able to trust us dependent guide her through the process. And again when I initially went up there. Necessarily the case. But before we began our initial stages investigation. We wanted to make sure that should we charge the keys keeping on board. And like I said one of the things I really mean. About Andrea Constand is he was willing to do it because she really strongly felt that it was specific duty. And that was such a tremendous thing to hear from us survivor. You know, it's interesting when you talk about that people don't understand that one of the greatest assets, a lawyer can have is to be a psychologist, and sometimes you have to be able to talk to people in a way where they do trust you and they are willing to come forward. And obviously that's something that you have because you were successful in this way. What is it in your past? That has allowed you to have this kind of empathy and sympathy and the ability to get someone to do something that they may be a little apprehensive about, you know, I guess it's probably really boils down to my upbringing. I was raised in the church and one of the things that you know, as a young girl. Oh, crawling up. Muhammed had really taught me treat people the way that you want to be treated, and you know, I always felt like I wanted the truth good better ugly. And I wanted it to be conveyed and communicated respectful manner. Always get that five. I do it to people to treat them in that manner. Particularly servant, you know. I will for them. And even though Andrea Constand was in a different nation was a different Canadian citizen. She was not even you know. An American citizen, and certainly not a total home. What do too? As a survivor and victim in this case. But also to Montgomery County as a whole to make sure that the Commonwealth remain safe. Yeah. Yeah. I think that's really important, and that's probably your background. That's probably what really provides you with the ability to do what you did at least in this case and others as well. We have to take a quick break. We're to Christian Gibbons fed, and she's with strategy Ronin one of the prosecutors and the Bill Cosby case, and you're listening to gurvey's law right here on talkradio. Seven ninety KABC will be right back. Talk radio seven ninety eight ABC news update, I'm Steve breath. Cavanaugh will be the newest associate.

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"elder abuse" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

07:30 min | 3 years ago

"elder abuse" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Now with proper planning and foresight. It's possible become eligible for Medicaid pay for nursing home care without having to spend it all down or give it away. Okay. So if you want to explore that give us a call at eight six six wealthy will be happy to speak with you about that. I also wanna talk about another area estate planning that comes up that's called undue influence over here that phrase of her the phrase that I've seen it in several cases that I've been talking to clients on a regular basis happens all the time if the legal doctrine learn that in law school that is used to describe the use of one's power that arises out of a special relationship to coerce someone to make a decision not derived from their free will. So let's talk about what kind of relationship could be a special relationship it can occur. Very commonly from an adult caregiver who may even be relative. In fact, I would say undue influence is a form of elder abuse. And most cases of elder abuse occur from a relative someone that you know, that deals with you that it's closed with you. It's most commonly used as doctrine that I've seen in an attempt to void a contract or a will or trust. And. Let's say you have a mother who's in the hospital or a nursing home. And she's she can't really take care of herself. And she has some adult children. Maybe only one of the adult children lives near her. Maybe only one of the adult children is visiting her. And that person is the lifeline, right? That's the one lifeline to the outside world. That's the one person that this older individual that might be in the hospital nursing home is relying on for emotional support for for for physical support for assistance in basic living needs, and they have quite amount of influence over that person. Right. Because if they tell them to do something, and you say, no, you risk losing that person's alienate, the only person, that's providing any real assistance. So that happens all the time. And so what you see a lot of times. Is that people in that position? They may want to try to get more. Inheritance? Right. They may want to try to talk to the person and say, hey, let's change your will. I'm here. I'm the one spending all his time with you. I think I should get more. I mean happened in my family. You know, what happened with my grandmother between my mom and her aunt, but. Not only that. You tend to have less you tend to have diminished mental capacity as you get older right things. Start not working. I forgot. Your minds on his sharp. You don't have a strong as a will is used to have. And you're very susceptible to suggestions. So when you're in that situation, you oftentimes lack the independence to refuse requests made by people that have undue influence over you. Unfortunately, I've assisted Sappho clients who were disinherited by a a last minute will that was orchestrated by another family member. Just attempting to get a greater inheritance that was than was originally planned for I've seen people bring a will where I've heard of people bringing a will into the hospital bringing witnesses and having the person changed the will right there in the hospital. Now in two of the three cases, my clients were able to recover the money. They were supposed to get before. That will was changed. A third of the case in the third case it's actually going on right now. So we're that's an. Actually in litigation, but nobody wants their will or as the to be litigated over. Right. I mean, that's a nightmare. All all that happens is that the lawyers make a lot of money out of that kind of situation your family members who might have loved each other or had a good relationship. Otherwise, we're not for a lawsuit against each other. Now, I've never talked to each other again. Right. So that's not a good outcome for anyone. And so what can we do to prevent this? Well, the best thing to do is have a system of checks and balances, right? He want to make sure that you have advisers get more involved as you get older, right? Maybe you're doing everything all yourself right now. And if you get diminished capacity and your your own broker, right? You have an account that you're doing everything yourself and someone gets involved and starts making you make decisions. There's really no one guarding. You is washing over you. I can tell you that. I've seen some of my clients have their kids started overreach and get involved, and there's a new law now that we're allowed as advisors to contact other family members or other people that are that are in the family if something suspicious is happening to make sure that nothing improper is really a car, and I had a client that gave her daughter power of attorney wants, and she was very very ill and the daughter requested ten thousand dollars. So we sent ten thousand dollars and she said, oh, another ten thousand dollars. And we were concerned, you know, the woman had a million dollars. And now all of a sudden the daughters requesting money and her two daughters. So we said the thirty quest you mind, if we get your sister on board with this. So everything's out in the open, and everyone knows what's going on. And his sister got on the phone this. He said, yes, we need this money. My mom does have a lot of medical bills. And it was justified and everything was fine. But. You know, you wanna make sure that your CPA and your lawyer and your financial adviser get more involved as you get older because they can protect you if anything bad's happening. And then if you do grandson, someone a power of attorney, let's say you have two kids Grantham joint power of attorney when I draft my power attorneys, I recommend that you make to children if you have them act jointly that way one child can't do something without the other one knowing right? And there are less likely to do something that also if you make them successor trustees of your trust, you can make joint co-trustees, right? So if you ever become incapacitated or you pass away, there's checks and balances, and this will prevent hi, this is Keith singer, owner of singer wealth management. I'm certified financial planner. I'm an attorney and we help our clients grow their money safely without taking tons of risk. He, you know, there are strategies out there that allow you to make money when the stock market goes up, but not lose when it goes down. Obviously, it's important to try. Have a diversified portfolio? And you want to have a balanced portfolio that can capture the market gains. But what do you do for the money that you don't want to risk? And we help you make smart choices and identify strategies that aren't necessarily Carly to the stock market or only correlated the stock market when it's going up and not correlated to the stock market when it's going down. There's modifying down contracts. There's index new itys they're structured notes and CDs all of these allow you to participate in the stock market when it's going on. But not lose when it's going down. If you wanna learn how to grow your money safely with minimal risk. Call me Keith singer at one eight six six wealthy or go to our website.

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"elder abuse" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

07:14 min | 3 years ago

"elder abuse" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Proper planning and foresight. It's possible become eligible for Medicaid pay for nursing home care without having to spend it all down or give it away. So if you want to explore that give us a call at eight six six wealthy will be happy to speak with you about that. I also wanna talk about another area of estate planning that comes up that's called undue influence over here that phrase, I've heard the phrase that I've seen it in several cases that I've been talking to clients on a regular basis happens all the time it's a legal doctrine, we learned that in law school that used to describe the use of one's power that arises out of a special relationship to coerce someone to make a decision not derived from their free will. So let's talk about what kind of relationship could be a special relationship it can occur. Very commonly from an adult caregiver who may even be relative. In fact, I would say undue influences form of elder abuse. And most cases of elder abuse occur from a relative someone that you know, that deals with you that it's close with you. It's most commonly used doctrine that I've seen in an attempt to void a contract or will or trust. And. Let's say you have a mother who's in the hospital or a nursing home. And she's she can't really take care of herself. And she has some adult children. Maybe only one of the adult children lives near her eighty only one adult children is visiting her. And that person is the lifeline, right? That's the one lifeline to the outside world. That's the one person that this older individual that might be in the hospital nursing home is relying on for motionless support for for for physical support for assistance in basic living needs, and they have quite amount of influence over that person. Right. Because if they tell them to do something, and you say, no, you risk losing that person's Elliott only person, that's providing any real assistance. So that happens all the time. And so what you see a lot of times is that people in that position. They may want to try to get more. Inheritance? Right. They may want to try to talk to the person and say, hey, let's change your will. I'm here. I'm the one spending all his time with you. I think I should get more. I mean, it happened in my family, you know, with my grandmother between my mom and her aunt, but. Not only that he tended to have less. You tend to have diminished mental capacity as you get older right things starting out working the garden. I forgot. Your minds on his sharp. You don't have a strong as a will as used to have. And you're very susceptible to suggestions. So when you're in that situation, you oftentimes lack the independence to refuse requests made by people that have undue influence over you. Unfortunately, I've assisted Stefo clients who were disinherited by a last minute will that was orchestrated by another family member. Just attempting to get a greater inheritance. That was then was originally planned for I've seen people bring a will. Or I've heard of people bringing a will into the hospital bring witnesses and having the person changed the will right there in the hospital. Now in two of the three cases, my clients were able to recover the money. They were supposed to get before that will change in a third of the in the third case it's actually going on right now. So we're that's actually in litigation. But nobody wants their will or estate to be litigated over right? I mean, that's a nightmare. All all that happens. Is that the lawyers make a lot of money out of that situation? Your family members who might have loved each other or had a good relationship. Otherwise, we're not for a lawsuit against each other. Now, they never talk each other again. Right. So that's not a good outcome for anyone. And so what can we do to prevent this? Well, the best thing to do was having a system of checks and balances, right? He wants to make sure that you have advisers get more involved as you get older, right? Maybe you're doing everything all yourself right now. And if you get the miniature passivity and your your own broker or you have an account that you're doing everything yourself and someone gets involved and starts making you make decisions. There's really no one Guardia. There's no-one washing over you. I can tell you that I've seen some of my clients have their kids started. Overreach and get involved. And there's a new law now that we're allowed as advisors to contact other family members or other people that are there in the family if something suspicious is happening to make sure that nothing improper is really a, and I had a client that gave her daughter power of attorney wants, and she was very very ill and the daughter requested ten thousand dollars. So we sent ten thousand dollars, and she said, oh, you ten thousand dollars, and we were concerned the woman had a million dollars. And now all of a sudden the daughters requesting money and to airs her two daughters. So we said the thirty quest you mind, if we get your sister on board with this. So everything's out in the open, and everyone knows what's going on. And the sister got on the phone with us. He said, yes, we need this money. My mom does have a lot of medical bills and was justified and everything was fine. But you know, you wanna make sure that your your CPA, your lawyer and your financial adviser. Get more involved as you get older because they can protect you if anything bad's happening, and then if you do grant someone a power of attorney, let's say you have two kids Grantham joint power of attorney when I drove my power fraternities. I recommend that you make to children if you have them act jointly that way one child can't do something without the other one. Right. And they're less likely to do something that also if you make them successor trustee of your trust, you can joint coach trustees. Right. So if you ever become incapacitated or you pass away there's checks and balances, and this will prevent anyone person from secretly signing off on any appropriate. Inappropriate transaction. So if you want us to review your state plan, if you want someone to guard over your situation and be a check balance to make sure that nothing bad happens to you that you don't get taken advantage of were here for that. I feel like we're in a unique position as not only a certified financial planner. But I'm also an attorney they can make. Sure, you're willing. Your trust is set up correctly that you have the right trustees in place that you have the right power of attorney. Hopefully, join and that you're protected, and there's a system of checks and balances if anyone wants to reach us to discuss your situation to review your situation, we'd be happy to talk to you and no cost to you. It'll be very good. Use of your time. I promise. Call eight six six wealthy. We're looking forward to speaking with you. Thanks for listening have great day. This is Mario gabelli. You've been listening to prosper with keep singer..

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Harvard study: Heat slows down the brain by 13%

Larry Kudlow

01:51 min | 3 years ago

Harvard study: Heat slows down the brain by 13%

"That's all too unit we need all we can get on dallas pd senior corporal demarcus black police looking for a white four door sedan seen leaving that area with three suspects after the shooting again the thirty five hundred block of monger avenue cruelty charges filed against to dallas county residents accused of dumping abused puppies roadside in southeast dallas county the spca zamora davies tells us camera footage of the crime led them to question the puppies owner link between animal cruelty and human violence the animal cruelty did not exist in a vacuum in some cases you will see also abuse domestic violence but that's elder abuse other crimes associated davies warns would be animal dumpers deal between animal groups in texas law enforcement will result in charges arlington voters may get a say in term limits for city council and mayoral positions voters have submitted more than eleven thousand signatures to get that on the ballot this november arlington is really behind when it comes to this issue there are twelve cities right here in north texas that already have term limits in their charter zach maxwell leads the term limits movement and publishes the arlington voice signatures now going through validation new study says hot temperatures make it harder to think straight heat makes a stupid a new study from harvard has discovered that the human brain works thirteen percent slower enforced work in extreme heat according to published reports researchers studied forty four college students during a heatwave half of them lived in apartments without air conditioning when given math and memory tests the students who lived in nice cool apartments performed thirteen percent better than their counterparts or maybe they were just smarter to begin with and that's why they have air conditioning i'm dave williams well apparently we're going to get very stupid as he builds this week to temperatures we haven't seen in a while one.

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"elder abuse" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"elder abuse" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And all of common news we reported on this a while ago was the allegations of elder abuse against stanley and originally the manager came out and said like no that's not true not that has nothing to do with anything at all but it turns out they yeah this is biz magic is just been arrested on suspicion of filing false police reports because when police responded hey no there's nothing wrong here mr lee is fine and now he's been bilking him for just money just everything that this guy is scum of the earth man you're scum of the earth one for taking advantage of of of one of our most esteemed elders and all of nerd them really just in society as a whole his comic books have had a major a mark on society and left an indelible mark on youth the worldwide and you've got the dirty filthy nerve to take advantage of this man it always amazes me how a single person could have that much power over someone who is so powerful in his own right in a financial sense you know how could have one person have that much consolidated power be at power of attorney or powell refinances and they're not be some sort of collective oversight in other words shouldn't be like three or four signatures before anything happens including and then then a trusted family member can can oversee it.

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'Are you dying, sir?' ER doctor suspended after video shows her mocking patient

All Things Considered

02:34 min | 3 years ago

'Are you dying, sir?' ER doctor suspended after video shows her mocking patient

"And sixty seven degrees looks like going to be a beautiful night for zac brown at fenway park temperatures eventually getting into the fifties good afternoon i'm jeff brown our top stories in the wbz newsroom today president trump calls unfair a federal judges decision to jail former campaign chairman paul manafort china immediately imposing penalties on us products in the aftermath of us tariffs on chinese goods at attorney general jeff sessions says the jay is teaming up with the agriculture department to battle the growing crime of elder abuse the fear of trade war send stocks down today the dow nasdaq and sp five hundred all finishing the week in the red the government is shutting down a study that was supposed to show if one drink a day could prevent heart attacks the national institutes of health sites ethical concerns the agency says a number of its employees had close contact with industry officials and kept those interactions secret using private dollars to help pay for research is legal under certain rules but in this particular case officials say the credibility of the study was compromised a silicon valley er doctor is suspended by the hospital after being abusive to a black patient and as we hear from reporter matt bigler this incident was all captured on video in the cell phone video the doctor is seen trying to pull the patient off his gurney and she later uses obscenities while laughing at the young african american man wow he must be dead are you dancer samuel bardwell says his father started filming when dr beth keystroke came to his bedside with a security guard why would there be security when i had done nothing wrong a spokesperson for el camino hospital says we are saddened and disappointed by the physicians unprofessional interaction the contract doctor has been removed from the er schedule matt bigler for cbs news san jose the interim president at michigan state university is refusing to step down john engler accused now by two trustees that he's unfit to lead the school after reports say he suggested the first woman to go public with her accusations about former sports dr larry nassar was probably getting a kickback from her lawyer angler says he's looking forward to a public board of trustees meeting clear the air next friday nine thousand socalled messengers have left for home leaving the southern baptist conference in texas there now spreading a new word leaders.

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Drake Throws a Degrassi Reunion in ‘I’m Upset’ Video

Chip Franklin

01:56 min | 3 years ago

Drake Throws a Degrassi Reunion in ‘I’m Upset’ Video

"Absolutely insurance company and affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law jio news update isn't it theory about what caused the magnitude six earthquake that rocked the wine country in august the twenty four team a scientific study says it may have been caused by an expansion of the earth's crust due to seasonally receding groundwater under the napa valley is the study's lead author says the researchers don't know if it's related to groundwater pumping or how the natural aquifer system works or a combination of both a jogger who was filmed the throwing away a homeless man's possessions into lake merritt is facing a robbery charges stemming from related confrontation alameda county prosecutors today charged thirty year old henry sintae with second degree robbery los angeles police are investigating reports of elder abuse against the man serving as a business manager to marvel comics stan lee k morgan is accused of among other things moving the ninety five year old lee from his longtime family home and preventing family and associates from contacting him and finally cal trans says it hopes to reopen highway one and big sur by the end of july now it's been close into huge mudslide buried the highway more than a year ago oh come on the dow we're giving away tickets to go against the little the little mermaid at the san francisco symphony and you can win the tickets right now and it's going to be a lot of fun it's july the third and the cool part about it is is that the san francisco symphony at davies symphony hall playing along with the movie it's going to be amazing so don't miss it and you can find out more by going to sf symphony dot org.

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"elder abuse" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"elder abuse" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Okay he is liable yeah in the problem is well that that's she's not the going end of it because it's now elder mom abuse has too a lawsuit against him i mean that goes right into the elder abuse okay time to contact a lawyer but he doesn't have the power he has the right to do it and he has the power to do it sure would they what would be the the language as you said we called elderly abuse you just go to a lawyer that practice lawyer sure would they abuse what would be layer the the language you said it recalled elderly abuse you just go to a lawyer that practice the lawyer elder what would be ramifications elder abuse layer no that's why you want to talk to an elder abuse attorney in there on the website and you'll see elder abuse attorneys on there and see what they can do can you imagine ripping off your mom that's for why you eighteen want to talk to thousand an elder abuse dollars attorney i and they're just on the see website for one hundred grand and you'll see elder abuse attorneys on there that's enough and money where see what okay they can do that's worth ripping your mother off but eighteen thousand dollars really that's enough money oh for where sure okay it's kinda worth ripping your mother all right off eric but eighteen hi thousand eric dollars really oh for sure all right eric hi eric hey how you doing.

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"elder abuse" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"elder abuse" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Okay he is liable yeah in the problem is well that that's she's not the going end of it because it's now elder mom abuse has too a lawsuit against him i mean that goes right into the elder abuse okay time to contact a lawyer but he doesn't have the power he has the right to do it and he has the power to do it sure would they what would be the the language as you said we called elderly abuse you just go to a lawyer that practice lawyer sure would they abuse what would be layer the the language you said it recalled elderly abuse you just go to a lawyer that practice the lawyer elder what would be ramifications elder abuse layer no that's why you want to talk to an elder abuse attorney in there on the website and you'll see elder abuse attorneys on there and see what they can do can you imagine ripping off your mom that's for why you eighteen want to talk to thousand an elder abuse dollars attorney i and they're just on the see website for one hundred grand and you'll see elder abuse attorneys on there that's enough and money where see what okay they can do that's worth ripping your mother off but eighteen thousand dollars really that's enough money oh for where sure okay it's kinda worth ripping your mother all right off eric but eighteen hi thousand eric dollars really oh for sure all right eric hi eric hey how you doing.

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"elder abuse" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"elder abuse" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"That to a large show has it's often family members that are doing it right well what we do now is that most of the perpetrators are known to their victims so that could be a family member it could be a trusted friend or someone that they've known for a while or just just anyone in a trusted position either way they are known to their to their to their victims and i guess there's a desire to protect that person who's known that friend or family member but also even if it's someone that the older person doesn't know it might be i don't want to admit i made a mistake correct i don't want to admit i made a mistake i don't want i don't want my my my son for example to get in trouble i don't want people to think that i'm losing my mind i don't want you know to be taken out of my home you know so i will just you know and and this or this may be the only person that i've had contact with and who's actually spent time with me in the past few years so there there's a lot of reasons why people don't want to report it and that part of what we're trying to just get awareness of the issue out there so that people know it's okay to report and have people feel comfortable reporting now we also wanted to ask you about neglect is is that a piece of it as well yeah apart of elder abuse but the financial is is the one that the statistics are so high on or do or do you even know i mean is it something that can be studied well well that part of it i mean unfortunately one of the common issues you asked about what's coming across the country one of the common issues is that there is a lack of data for a variety of reasons but i mean there some of the reasons could be just as simple as the type of abuse that you catching like financial exploitation may have been the second thing that occurred so someone could have been physically abused first and then the perpetrator took their money but what was recorded in written down was physical abuse so you may not see that secondary forum or there or may.

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Comey says it possible Russians have leverage over Trump

Tim Conway Jr

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Comey says it possible Russians have leverage over Trump

"Czar one of them was really strange and it also sort of rattled my dad as well we'll get back i'll tell you what that is i relied on kfi am six forty more now with california has rejected the federal government's plan to send the state's national guard troops to the border the ap says to us officials said state officials felt the troops worked we'll be too closely tied to immigration enforcement trump's plan called for troops to do things like prepare vehicles and operate drones marvel comics icon stanley is suing is former manager for fraud and elder abuse the complaint claims geraldo geraldo only virus manipulated into giving him power of attorney following the death of lee's wife last june oliveira's is also accused of loaning three hundred k to a fake nonprofit taking nearly one and a half million dollars from lease accounts and scheming the steel lease blood for merchandizing weather in the to ten next.

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"elder abuse" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"elder abuse" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Department of family and protective services is on track to see one hundred and eighty thousand abandoned calls this year state lawmakers they cut staff as the problem was worsening according to the statesman wait times have also ballooned more than an hour on some days more than one hundred thousand callers each year to report potential child or elder abuse in texas are just hanging up and giving up before reaching an operator because of the long white time you gotta be kidding me yeah the texas department of family and protective services is on track this year to exceed wondering an eighty thousand abandoned calls to the agency's abuse hotline most at least a decade yeah this is a failure this is an absolute fact this department is an absolute failure this has to be a situation obviously speaks for itself as far as this is putting lives in danger and they they really can't you know directly correlate how many people were abused or or possibly died as a result of not being having their call answered immediately they can't but you gotta think you gotta use your common sense that this leads to a very dangerous situation this has to be the way this should work is that people call this number when they they are experiencing abuse or fear that they might or whatever the scenario might be or know someone who is that call has to be answered immediately there should be about a half ring about a half ring before somebody answers this phone i think you're skipping over a layer in protection nine one one okay the by the police that's not always foolproof either the police respond what do you mean not foolproof if somebody if you see a child or an elderly person being abused call nine one one.

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"elder abuse" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"elder abuse" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The cops forty two times i is kind of interesting also the social workers i have they interviewed the 11yearold and they and and where does that and they're they've believed the 11yearold that all forty two times are your sister as hit her daughter only one fine but i'm she's claiming abuse but the live with i'm watching my mom decline teeth eighty five i understand but julie now what it doesn't matter at this point first of all you have no standing at all unless you are arguing for custody of uh this would be your niece correct yeah yeah the if you are arguing for custody of your knees and your arguing that kirk i well then then you have nothing to do with this until you are sued for whatever crazy reason that your sister suzhou four which will disappear instantly you know she'd have the so on our own she's not getting a lawyer to do it he has two attorneys that right now and i don't know not it's not gonna knock it is julie they're not going to sue how can i protect my mom this is lgbt you can't and elder abuse is a very specific legal there's a definition of elder abuse i don't think this is elder abuse there's nothing i can do i'm dead in the water yeah i mean you can help you can help your niece and you can be a witness but there's not much you can do i mean the fact that crazy sister is called the cops forty two times and the cops have shown up forty two times they have shown up at least ten yeah when they show because that but there's nothing wrong here down there's nothing then there's nothing wrong there's nothing wrong there's nothing wrong and in one instance the social worker had said there was evidence because it 11yearold talking when you come up with you're talking about your mom now your moms attorney argues that that the one time they found that there was some kind of an issue talk to the daughter if they if they're not able.

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"elder abuse" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"elder abuse" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Women a huge debt of gratitude to many times says loyd we take our officers for granted they need and deserve our support david math down new jersey one on one point five news numbers have been revised slightly downward by eighty thousand but affordable care act sign up still exceeded expectations in year one of donald trump's presidency as he ended gop led congress tried desperately to erase president obama's signature healthcare law the trump administration is rolling back proposed rules ride rollock fracturing you know it is fracking and other gas and oil drilling practices on government lands mostly in the west the rules were to have taken effect in 2015 stalled time and options are running out for roy more the republican dogged by sexual misconduct allegations and beaten in the deep red state of alabama in a special us senate election he hasn't conceded but officials have certified the win for democrat dubbed jones just when he thought you'd seen at all from the president on twitter this for mr trump yesterday perhaps we could use a little bit of that good old global warming something trump has previously called a chinese hoax he added bundle up nearly ninety six percent of elder abuse cases are going unreported each year so wallet has conducted a survey determined defined which states fight the hardest against elder abuse new jersey's ranking is atrocious when it comes to elder abuse protections new jersey ranks that third worse behind south carolina in california analyst jill gonzalez says the garden state did poorly across the board we're seeing them entity i quaint in terms that thing great growth nick wreck in a nursing home equity in and out of you in your she says new jersey really needs a lot of improvement new jersey also has a very low number of elder care organizations and services to really go out and be an advocate for the elderly everything from legislation to grassroots organisations can really use some health generous allowed new jersey one a one point five news with the deadly bike late attack of the botched subway suicide bombing still fresh of the minds of new yorkers and tourist the nypd.

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