Friday, October 5, 2007

Letters to Editor

To: Senator xxxxx xxxxx
Sent: Saturday, September 22, 2007
Subject: Elder Abuse Case - Injustice Must be Stopped

Dear Senator,

I have written before on the horrendous case of Clara Fernandez. It seems that her estate has just been "swallowed" up by legal fees in sorting out her guardianship!

This case has generated unusually high interest around the world. It is unjust for this poor woman's affairs to be so poorly handled.

Are there no other way to treat this case other than to drain this poor woman's life-savings away in legal fees?

I thank you for your prompt support in the past; but it seems more must be done to stop the "legal circus" turning this elder abuse case into an international joke.

I trust you will give this case your continued attention and support.

Yours truly
xxxxxx xxxxxxx


To all of those that have expressed your support , I can't thank you enough
just to know there are sensible people out there that feel for what Dr. Fernandez went through and now the uncertainty now facing Clara.

Lets hope all of our efforts will strike a chord with our officials and will finally put an end to this suffering and to be more sensible for the predicaments that seniors all over the globe and in many cities find themselves in, people who only crime is getting old.

Lets hope that our officials realize that to allow mass marketing of Lottery and sweepstakes scams that are on the rise and there seems to be little help for the victims, who fall for them. There also seems to be not very many consequences for the criminals, who are stealing people blind.

When you have InfoUSA advertising lists of “Elderly Opportunity Seekers,” 3.3 million older people “looking for ways to make money,” and “Suffering Seniors,” 4.7 million people with cancer or Alzheimer’s disease. “Oldies but Goodies” contained 500,000 gamblers over 55 years old, for 8.5 cents apiece. One list said: “These people are gullible. They want to believe that their luck can change.”

My God , Have we lost our Moral Compass?

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