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Commentary on Conservatorship Cases and The ACLU in Los Angeles

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Ernest L Moore

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     There have been more disturbing revelations of corruption in the Britney Spears case this week. According to Variety "Fireworks went off in court on Wednesday at Britney Spears’ latest hearing, as the singer and her father’s attorneys went head-to-head in a continuous and contentious legal battle that lasted roughly three hours." “Lies!” exclaimed Spears attorney, Mathew Rosengart, pointing his finger at Alex Weingarten, the elder Spears’ lawyer, accusing him of making “nonsensical” and “preposterous” claims. “He should be admonished,” Rosengart told Judge Brenda Penny. “He has attacked me. He has attacked this court. And it is intolerable.” The legal documents filed in the case show that millions of dollars have been stolen from the Spears estate and the court allowed it to happen.

     There were more disturbing developments in another high-profile probate conservatorship case in Los Angeles Stanley Mosk Courthouse in the Nichelle Nichols case. According to the Sandra Rose article, "Star Trek icon Nichelle Nichols' friends are furious at her son, Kyle Johnson, for selling the actress' home and refusing to allow them to see her. I have been in contact with her friend who is fighting for Nichols's rights Angelique Fawcette. 

     I will give commentary on the "Dear John" letter I got from the LA ACLU during this show!

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