Getting Away with Egregious Guardianship Fraud
(Professional Guardianship Abuse is accomplished under “Color of Law”
and Remains Hidden from Public Knowledge!)
By Michael Larsen
March 7, 2018
Once judged incompetent and placed under a conservatorship [or guardianship], a citizen becomes a nonperson, with fewer rights than a convicted felon in a penitentiary.
— Robert Case, Editor, Bloomberg Wealth Manager1
Despite recent valiant efforts by the AARP, The New Yorker, U.S. News and World Report and a few other leading media organizations to shine a spotlight on professional guardianship fraud, it remains largely unknown to the general public. This fraud is known to government officials who have long pondered what to do about it. As stated in a Reuters U.S. News article, “The abuses of private-guardian systems in some U.S. states have been on the radar screens of policy and legal experts for years.”2
Professional guardianship fraudsters successfully use very clever and deceptive means to deflect and resist efforts to reform their lucrative and very corrupt misuse of the judicial system. How do they continue to get away with these crimes? They commit them under “color of law!”
When judges in the courts render horrifically unjust decisions under “color of law,”3 and people like you and me complain to the police, law enforcement agencies are normally not able to intervene because it appears that the courts are acting lawfully!
It is supremely important that the public understand what “color of law” actually involves! Acting under “color of law” occurs when an official abuses their power in violation of the law while pretending to be acting in accordance with the law.
In professional guardianship fraud, an Order of Contempt is often used by corrupt judges and attorneys against a family member or close friends of the victim they are trying to help in hopes of derailing their efforts.