Arnie… Exposing Probate Fraud,Saw on Cable let the lawyers fight

On Oct 4, 2014, at 2:36 AM, Sharon4Anderson@aol.com wrote:

Arnie Exposing Probate Fraud,Saw on Cable let the lawyers fight

Bigger Issue QuiTam Relator Has the CEO of White Pines Facilitys complicit

with St.Paul Building Inspectors to Steal Seniors Homes to force Illegal

Committments?  Similar www.quitam.com www.ddaweb.org  others

Getting There « Programs A – Z « Twin Cities Public Television

http://www.tpt.org/?a=programs&id=18484

Twin Cities Public Television

 

 

There are many challenges as seniors reach advanced ages – limitations to mobility, … the un-befriended elderly; vulnerability to financial and physical abuse and neglect; and yet, … Join host Jan Smaby, guests, and experts in conversation.

WidowDarleneWinterContested62-pr-14-696ElderAbuse

sharons-courtrecords.blogspot.com/…/widowdarlenewintercontested62-p…

 

43 mins ago – Watching Getting there, Show Host Jan Smaby Guest Iris C. Freeman … World Elder Abuse Awareness Day and the Jane Ochrymowycz Award.

Jan Smaby | TPT Minnesota Productions & Partnerships

tptmn.org/tag/jansmaby/

 

Mar 18, 2014 – We are happy to announce that the newest season of Getting There premieres this month on tpt’s Minnesota Channel*. Getting There is a …

Missing: elderabuse

 

In a message dated 10/4/2014 3:57:40 A.M. Central Daylight Time, arnie@arnierosner.com writes:

Sharon,

 

Before posting this on the Scanned Retina, I am puzzled as to the roles of the following two individuals who are identified as part of the program William Mitchell College of Law.  What can you tell us?

Iris Freeman

iris.freeman@wmitchell.edu

For general inquiries about the Vulnerable Adult Justice Project (VAJP).

Director, Vulnerable Adult Justice Project

Jennifer Kirchen

Jennifer.Kirchen@state.mn.us

For inquiries about World Elder Abuse Awareness Day and the Jane Ochrymowycz Award.

MN Department of Human Services (DHS) Adult Protection Program Administrator

 

 

Arnie

 

The truth; it takes so few words to express…

 

Available 24/7 –

arnie@arnierosner.com

Http://scannedretina.com

714-964-4056

714-501-8247 – mobile

 

On Oct 4, 2014, at 1:26 AM, Sharon4Anderson@aol.com wrote:

                      Sat.    4OCT.2014  62-PR-14-696

               TO THE ABOVE NAMED IN THE MATTER OF DARLENE WINTER

               Sharons Notice

Conservatorship Site 
(MyMNConservator) 15 W Kellogg Blvd

6th Floor, Room 650

St. Paul MN 55102

Phone: 651-266-8145

Fax: 651-266-8149

Map / Driving Directions

Probate News
and 
Announcements

of Appearance via Fax Transmittal http://www.mncourts.gov/district/2/?page=524  Electronic Commerce has been denied to QuiTam Relator, Candidate www.sharon4mnag.blogspot.com Who is not a Liar or Lawyer

however ‘ LEARNED IN LAW’ and pdf format.

also Friend of Mrs. Darlene Winter

Case study Alice Krengel, 823 Allen, WSP – Angelfire

www.angelfire.com/mn3/advocate7/alice2006/alice.html

 

Site hosted by Angelfire.com: Build your free website today! undefined … 11/13/2008:

 

         Watching Getting there, Show  Host Jan Smaby Guest Iris C. Freeman

                  FOR THE HEALTH,SAFETY OF MRS. DARLENE WINTER

                  www.sharons-courtrecords.blogspot.com

                    Please intervene, at least make sure Darlene Winter of Sound Mind, Financial Responsibility current at White Pine Memory Care inver grove 651-455-6549  in this Contested HEARING has a Ride to the Hearing Tues.7OCT.2014 Refrre Joel.Olson@courts.state.mn.us at the Ramsey Co Court House rm 1617at 10;30

                           Similar Issues 

The Vulnerable Adult Justice Project

Founded in 2007 and administratively housed at William Mitchell College of Law, the Vulnerable Adult Justice Project (VAJP) is a unique, statewide advocacy collaborative. Shared dedication to improving systems and resources to protect vulnerable adults is one reason that Minnesota stands as a leader among states in vulnerable adult protection.
Acting through legislative, policy, and educational efforts, the VAJP exists to protect Minnesota’s most vulnerable citizens from maltreatment, including abuse, neglect, and financial exploitation. Participants in the VAJP include professionals from adult protection agencies, public advocacy organizations, elder and disability organizations, health care providers, law enforcement, city and county attorneys, private attorneys, and other government organizations.

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Contact Information:

If you have questions about the VAJP, media inquiries, or are interested in joining,
please contact Iris Freeman, Director, VAJP at iris.freeman@wmitchell.edu or
William Mitchell College of Law, 875 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55105-3076.

 

 

Vulnerable Adult Justice Project

VAJP: Minnesota’s Advocacy Collaborative Working to Protect Vulnerable Adults

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Contacts

Iris Freeman

iris.freeman@wmitchell.edu

For general inquiries about the Vulnerable Adult Justice Project (VAJP).

Director, Vulnerable Adult Justice Project

Iris C. Freeman, MSW, is Associate Director of the Center for Elder Justice and Policy at the William Mitchell College of Law. As an Adjunct Professor of Law, she co-teaches the Elder Justice and Policy Keystone class, supervises students’ policy research, and represents the Center as Coordinator of the Vulnerable Adult Justice Project. Her current and recent research focuses on effective interventions in financial exploitation. She taught Community Practice, Advanced Community Organizing and Advocacy courses at the University of Minnesota Graduate School of Social Work from 2003-2008. In 2002, she was honored by the school as its Alumna of the Year and in 2010 as a Distinguished Alumna of the University’s College of Education and Human Development. In 2011, she was selected by The Consumer Voice (formerly the National Citizen’s Coalition for Nursing Home Reform) to receive the Elma Holder Founder’s Award for leadership in long-term care. Ms. Freeman directed the Advocacy Center for Long-Term Care (now the Tubman ElderCare Rights Center) for over 20 years and was Director of Public Policy at the Alzheimer’s Association, Minnesota-Dakotas Chapter from 2000-2003. She has brought long-term care consumer perspectives to state and local working groups and lawmakers since the 1970’s as staff in these organizations and, later, as a public policy advisor to seniors’ and labor organizations. She publishes widely in professional journals and serves on local and national boards and advisory committees.

Jennifer Kirchen

Jennifer.Kirchen@state.mn.us

For inquiries about World Elder Abuse Awareness Day and the Jane Ochrymowycz Award.

MN Department of Human Services (DHS) Adult Protection Program Administrator

Ms. Kirchen is a graduate of Mankato State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Social Work.  She is licensed by the MN Board of Social Work as a Licensed Social Worker (LSW).  She has worked in facilities serving persons with mental illness, developmental disabilities and the elderly.  She has 16 years of experience working with Vulnerable Adults, employed with Rice County Social Services for 7 years as an Adult Protection Social Worker prior to coming to DHS in November of 2006.

 

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