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CRONYISM VS WE THE PEOPLE

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Corrupt LawMakers sell-out Our Elders

Corrupt LawMakers show their true colors again. They not only don’t care that Children are SEX OBJECTS FOR ADULTS, they have now shown that THEY CARE NOTHING FOR OUR ELDERS AND ELDER ABUSE.

Through obvious UNDER-THE-TABLE deals, CORRUPT CRONY LAWMAKERS SOLD OUR ELDERS FOR 30 PIECES OF SILVER to bottom feeders like Teddy Lichtschein and Eliezer Scheiner, operators of some of the most poorly rated nursing homes in Texas. Their small empire has amassed more than $800,000 in federal fines over the past three years.

From their headquarters in Brooklyn, N.Y., Teddy Lichtschein and Eliezer Scheiner operate some of the most poorly rated nursing homes in Texas. Their small empire has amassed more than $800,000 in federal fines over the past three years.

Regulators reported numerous problems.  One patient who fractured his leg waited four days to have his broken bone treated.  Another resident, given food he could not chew, choked to death in his wheelchair.  An 80-year-old woman with rectal cancer screamed in agony for two weeks before attendants phoned her doctor.

Despite this record, Lichtschein and Scheiner have new partners in the nursing home trade: seven public agencies, which could position the Brooklyn duo for a taxpayer-funded windfall.

A special state program to attract additional federal Medicaid money will bring an extra $69 million to Texas nursing homes this year, with more to come next year.  It was supposed to be for government-owned homes.

Much of it, however, will go to a multitude of private operators — such as Lichtschein and Scheiner who were savvy enough to craft unusual licensing arrangements with governmental bodies.

In a development wholly unforeseen by state officials, the licenses of more than 300 privately owned nursing homes have changed hands within the past year. They are now held by public hospital districts and hospital authorities.

Some of these homes are hundreds of miles from the districts themselves. Many of them have been repeatedly cited for serious deficiencies.

The Child Predators that broke the Crony’s back

The Child Predators that broke the Crony’s back

“Not one state has met all of the minimum child welfare standards set by the federal government”

I have decided, in the best interest of Our Children, to repost a report by the Children’s Advocacy Institute at the University of San Diego School of Law, entitled: “Shame on U.S. Failings by All Three Branches of Our Federal Government Leave Abused and Neglected Children Vulnerable to Further Harm” January 27, 2015

Below is the Link to my original post of this report.
January 28, 2015
https://notinmyworld.org/2015/01/28/child-abuse-93/

“Abuse and neglect cases — especially those resulting in death — are often not disclosed as required by law. That lack of information has led to other problems in the system.”

“When your data is flawed, every other part of your system is going to be flawed.”

Laws intended to protect children from abuse and neglect are not being properly enforced, and the federal government is to blame.

The Department of Health and Human Services, which reviews state programs, declined to comment on the report.

Hmmmm, I wonder why…. maybe this is one reason WHY!!!!

January 12, 2015 – Nebraska
The former acting director of cybersecurity for the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has been sentenced to 25 years in federal prison over his activities on a child abuse image website that was hidden – but not particularly well – on the Deep Web and accessed via the Tor anonymity network.

Timothy DeFoggi, 56, was convicted on 26 August 2014 after a four-day jury trial in the state of Nebraska.

Beyond sharing child abuse imagery, DeFoggi was also accused of plotting to rape and murder children.

In a Department of Justice release, Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell was quoted as saying that DeFoggi used the same technology skills he employed at HHS to conduct his crimes: Using the same technological expertise he employed as Acting Director of Cyber Security at HHS, DeFoggi attempted to sexually exploit children and traffic in child pornography through an anonymous computer network of child predators.

This Link is to a single page report, although on the report there is a Link on the left to:
http://www.caichildlaw.org/Shame_on_US.htm

View Full Report
– View Executive Summary

– View Press Release

At the bottom of the single page report is the listing of every state in the United States, each one is a Link to that state’s reports. I think it only right to suggest that if you intend to look up the states I have listed, look up South Dakota before Georgia….

I urge every one of you to look at this report, and bookmark it’s location(URL).

If every person who truly cares about the well being of Our Children complys with my request, then spends a minimum of 1 day researching how well Our Children are protected in the few states a person can read in a days time, there is not 1 of you who will ever believe another word of these habitual liars that we have elected and are paying their salaries.

The Links below are 2 of my South Dakota posts, and 1 being what it is.

March 6, 2015
https://notinmyworld.org/2015/03/06/child-sex-abuse-21/

March 7, 2015
https://notinmyworld.org/2015/03/07/child-abuse-129/

March 7, 2015
https://notinmyworld.org/2015/03/07/child-abuse-130/

Georgia Lawmakers are on the Child Abusers Team

http://www.cbs46.com/story/28142667/lawmakers-debate-child-sex-abuse-bill?autostart=true
Lawmakers debate child sex abuse bill

Atlanta , Georgia – One in four girls and one in six boys is sexually abused by the age of 18. Their abusers rarely get caught. Victims of child sex abuse want their day in court.

On Wednesday, lawmakers debated a proposal that would strengthen protections for the victims. The Hidden Predator Act would extend the statute of limitations. That means victims would be able to file charges at a much older age.

Survivors say that could bring victims and their abusers out of the shadows.

“It allows victims to go into the courthouse and file suit, which makes things public,” said Justin Conway, an abuse survivor.

“You’re not by yourself. There are so many more who have gone through the same thing,” said Marilyn Motz, another survivor.

The bill also would grant victims access to sealed records so they can press charges.