Wednesday, December 18, 2013

CPA = Criminal Plundering Assclown

If I had read the by-laws of the American Institute of CPAs before designating a CPA as trustee, I wouldn’t have done it. What a revelation! Holy Mother of God, I was a complete imbecile to hire a CPA.

I made the childish assumption the professional association specifies standards of behavior for members. I made the brain dead ignorant presumption the association applies curbs to a CPA’s behavior and operates a process capable of behavior modification in case of runaway criminal misconduct. This is complacency with no factual basis, and therefore imagined, wishful thinking.

I didn’t know the AICPA is an organized crime outfit. This inarguable fact is revealed by a partial or entire reading of the gang’s by-laws.

AICPA doesn’t forcibly remove a member until he’s been tried, convicted, incarcerated and has served more than a year in prison. This crime syndicate has no other effective discipline. If the criminal serves his sentence or busts out and takes it on the lamb, and the state CPA terror cell admits him as a member, the AICPA rejoins the outlaw immediately. These jackasses proudly see no evil in their own. That’s very sobering.

No wonder the state accountancy board and law enforcement laughed at me. I’m truly a babe in the woods. That’s not all.

AICPA provides indemnification insurance for officers and members facing criminal or civil challenges. The professional association is not simply blind to its members’ law breaking. It provides unlimited legal defense funding to make sure the people their crime associates rob and destroy can’t recover. A CPA’s client is reduced to the level of street-bound reprobate.

Everyone laughs at the stupid nitwit who enlisted a CPA. The CPA’s professional association endorses, supports and promotes their members’ robbing their clients, writing phony reports, filing fraudulent tax returns, and enriching themselves while obliterating their ridiculous clients. State and national CPA association crime kingpins rev up the membership to contribute to global economic collapse. They are full-fledged practitioners of communitarianism. It’s an education in nothing useful.

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

It's shocking

It’s shocking someone can steal this much money, leaving clear documentation, and the law fully allows it. County, state and federal law enforcement laughed at me. They insisted I’m crazy and that I imagined it.

I needed their help! The trustee won’t return anything with nothing more than a civil lawsuit judgment, assuming I can get it. The criminal case, on the other hand, would extend the option of jail time if a mere order isn’t enough incentive. The criminal case can include exemplary damages, for which I qualify. The state accountancy board could handle it. They can enlist a special investigator (heh). But, since law enforcement doesn’t recognize this as a crime, the state accountancy board is paralyzed and mute.

Plus, this asks people to do something, so you know what won’t happen.

With what the trustee charged to rob me, the total amount is $188,000.00, approximately, by my last count. That’s real money. There are laws prohibiting stealing from trusts, but Oklahoma county, Oklahoma and the United States don’t enforce them.

This means any behavior is constructively legalized by the lack of enforcement. This means law enforcement was right to laugh at me, and I am stupid, truly stupid, profoundly stupid. I can put it on a list, and put the list in my pocket. I can complain on the internet, as you see.

If the attorney follows through, I’m about to sue this stinking shit hole. It won’t return anything. It will create a debt for the trust and for me. The trustee, a certified public accountant in good standing with the state of Oklahoma, will have succeeded in stealing that much money from me, a person on disability who lives like a church mouse.

The only people who steal and see the inside of a jail in Oklahoma are children committing minor shoplifting offenses and poor people writing relatively little in hot checks. The business owners aren’t relegated to an old age of jaw-dropping poverty, unlike what will happen to me. Nonetheless, their miniscule loss brings the full force of the law down onto the unsuspecting perpetrator. Writing hot checks can get you 20 years’ imprisonment in Oklahoma.

My thief will walk away with the money. He’ll be celebrated and idolized. In coming centuries, he’ll be the hero of songs and legends. I’m vilified by what’s left of my family, and thought an irresponsible, lying troublemaker. They share their opinion with the community, whose hate snowballs. If I’m fortunate, I won’t get shot by someone who wants me to keep quiet—most likely the police. That’s all and the best for which I can hope.

It’s beyond unbelievable. It’s shocking. But, it would be shocking to someone of my naiveté and full-bore stupidity. Victims are dumb. That’s what makes us victims.

Monday, December 9, 2013

The mummy speaks

The investment insisted upon by the trustee was short-term loans made to an online company to provide operating capital for a job the trustee claimed the company was doing for the Internal Revenue Service.

He said it would pay a slightly better rate of interest than the bank. When I balked, he insisted it made no sense to let the money just sit in a bank account when it could be earning more interest. He said he handled the company’s accounts. He did not say he was the registered agent—and if you went to the link, you know the trustee’s name.

The company has no discernible products. Its website has narrative text consisting of gibberish; that is, words made of random characters that don’t spell anything in any language. It looks like one of a number of shell companies for which the trustee is registered agent.

The loan or loans have not repaid. By their performance, the loans appear to have no repayment feature. The trustee said they should have been paid in full at the end of May or June 2013. They have not repaid, he lies, because the Tea Party scandal and, more recently, the government shutdown, have delayed payment of invoices IRS owes.

I told him that story is flimsy and unbelievable, and that I hoped he’d enjoyed spending my father’s hard-earned money. I wrote to IRS procurement to ask if the company, my trust’s complete-loss investment, was one of their contractors. I didn’t expect them to tell me.

IRS did tell me Friday, December 6, that indeed this company is NOT one of their contractors. Well, all I could do was laugh. I knew that was the real story. I’m trying something else. Then, I’m going to try some other stuff.

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

What I did

“He imagined it.” These three words and lies about immaterial issues from the thieving CPA trustee derailed five months’ work engaging criminal justice. That’s cutting edge legalese. Further, I’m not entitled to equal protection.

He said he “held no ill will” toward me. Thank goodness—I’m so happy stealing all my money didn’t make my licensed professional trustee mad. It’s a great load off my mind. What would you do?

Here’s what I did beginning in July 2013.

7/16: I spoke to Detective Tim Owen of Edmond PD. He said to hire a lawyer to perform a forensic audit and analysis to explain the situation to police and aid the production of the investigative report. I told him there was talk of rubbing me out. He said he heard stories from others like that. He said he worked a criminal case where the court put the trustee on a payment plan, and he was paying. I visited the bank. They said they’d need a court order to freeze my trustee’s check writing.

I spent slightly more than two weeks interviewing attorneys and accountants. They said I’d need a hefty retainer up front, mentioning $30,000, and that’s just the beginning. I don’t have that. Many lawyers wouldn’t take my money, knowing I was broke and not wanting to get sucked down. I didn’t get referrals, except for litigation attorneys who want a retainer I don’t have. I decided to write a simple description and submit the document package.

8/3: I submitted the complaint to Edmond PD. It was assigned to Detective Mike Chesley.

8/7: I submitted a complaint to the state accountancy board. I told LaLisa the trustee had had a good laugh. She said he wouldn’t be laughing when they were done. Two days later my phone was knocked out by a severe storm. I made calls and visited Edmond PD. Mr. Chesley was out.

8/22: I changed phone providers because my provider was unresponsive.

9/4: I contacted Legal Aid of Oklahoma. They don’t handle this kind of case, but referred me to Department of Human Services Adult Protective Services (DHS APS).

9/9: I spent 1½ hours each with Detective Chesley and the APS specialist. Mr. Chesley said Warr Acres police had jurisdiction.

9/17: APS specialist and I visited with Sgt. Davidofsky, J.D. with Warr Acres PD. He said he handled abuse of small children and Warr Acres lacked the capacity to perform the investigation, and he would refer us to the attorney general’s office. Warr Acres applied a criminal case number. Notice two months have elapsed.

9/19: Sgt. Davidofsky told me he’d sent the documents to the AG. I waited.

9/25: I called the AG’s office to inquire. They told me the DHS APS specialist brought the documents.

9/30: I had a follow-up conference with a lawyer who made a tentative offer to assemble a civil lawsuit at the end of October. He told me the statute of limitations for fraud would run December 9, 2013, two years after the date of the first infraction. Many lawyers gave generously of their time to discuss the case with me, and none wanted to work for an indigent client.

10/1: The AG’s office said they don’t handle this kind of case, but due to the extraordinary circumstances they would pass it to their investigators immediately.

10/9: The AG’s office said they would wait two months then decide if they wanted to review and investigate.

10/21: The AG’s office said the FBI was interested and had taken up the investigation.

10/30: The lawyer withdrew his offer to consider assembling a less-than-fully-funded civil lawsuit.

11/1: The FBI said they couldn’t find the documents, and that I should come visit.

11/4: I delivered documents to the FBI. They said check back in five to 10 working days. Like everyone, the duty agent said he didn’t know much about trusts. He said they would check with the U.S. attorney to see if it fell within their province and met the damage threshold. Like everyone, he wished me good luck. I learned the DHS APS specialist had delivered documents to the FBI in mid-October.

11/12: I called the FBI, and they said they knew nothing.

11/13: I spoke with the Oklahoma Disability Law Center, a federally funded program. I was told they would forward the matter to an advocate.

11/14: I received a follow-up call from the Oklahoma Disability Law Center. The angry young woman indicated she didn’t like my disability. I called the next day and talked to voice mail. My intake with them failed.

11/19: The DHS APS specialist said both the FBI and AG had declined to investigate. I did not know they’d received a reply from the trustee the day before telling them I had imagined it. That was all it took to derail all this work.

11/22: The DHS APS specialist said Legal Aid had decided to connect me with a lawyer. I began a conversation with the state securities commission.

11/25: The state securities commission told me they handle complaints about stocks only. I spoke with the Legal Aid attorney. He said I need a pro bono lawyer, which would be hard to find, but he would look. (The demand for pro bono lawyers greatly exceeds the supply; in fact, I always thought of free lawyers as a legend or myth. Nevertheless, some people believe in them.) I spoke with the state accountancy board, and they said they would review the matter in December.

11/30: I sent my response to the trustee’s reply to the AG’s office. The AG advised in a letter they would close the file if they did not hear from me in 30 days. So, I don’t know the issue is dead with the AG, although I was assured they don’t handle trust cases.

12/1: I inquired with IRS about the trustee’s investment company, to which the trustee said he’d made a short-term loan as operating capital for a job it was doing for the IRS. The trustee claimed payment was first delayed by the Tea Party scandal, then the government shutdown. The story is ridiculous. IRS is unresponsive.

12/2: I spoke with the AG’s office. They are sympathetic and agree the trustee lied to them.

Much was promised, and nothing was accomplished. Stealing is constructively legalized at the local, state and national levels. All a thief must do is depict the victim as a lunatic. I paid this bad actor almost $200,000.00 to do it. It isn’t a very good deal.

I mentioned the names of some of the people who moved the process along. I consider their efforts sincere, and they were determined to aid my recovery. I thank them. I’ll tell the other names shortly when we’ve taken another step or three. I continue to suffer extreme financial hardship and am sleepless most every night as I enter the sixth month of searching for a remedy.