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Showing posts with label fraud. Show all posts
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Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Part 16 Of My Stage32 Submission

As the old saying goes, "Now it can be told."--and in this case, I add that I frankly do not care how much trouble I get into. I talked to my dad recently--and yes, I am trying to reconcile with my dad--, and I sadly heard only accusations that Aunt Mary has "mental problems" and is actually angry that Pop-Pop did not preserve Great-Grandma's life with extreme measures. Nonetheless--if Dad is to be believed--, that medical records indicate that Great-Grandma was "bleeding from the rectum" only confirm that Aunt Mary wtanted exactly what Great-Grandma wanted--that is, for Great-Grandma to die at home as Great-Grandma herself requested.

As for Aunt Mary having mental problems, I can assure you that--based on other stories which I have heard and experiences that I have had--Aunt Mary has no mental problems whatsoever. As I stated, Great-Grandma Czarnecki's murder will become important when I jump back to how Pop-Pop treated others--and so I jump back.

By the way, Grandma laughed when telling the following anecdote. When she and Pop-Pop were dating--in the 1950s, when dating was much more exclusive than it is now--, Pop-Pop took someone else to a New Year's dance when Grandma could not go to the dance due to a curfew that her mom set. Why Grandma would, meanwhile, I do not know--whether she was nervous or hiding pain behind laughter, or actually thought that it was funny is left up to my best guess at this point. Nonetheless, it showed me that Pop-Pop would not bother to wait for his girl or just enjoy the time with friends instead of cheating on her.

As for another anecdote--besides the "those" anecdote--, I myself experienced this one:

Pop-Pop: "...and the Orientals--"

Dad: "Asians, Dad!"

Pop-Pop: "Anyway, the ASIANS..."

I do not buy that a former IRS Agent and Crypto Jew did not know better or just slipped up--after all, his brother Tony deliberately (as I found out later) deliberately moved away from Sugar Notch to (in part) escape the racism and lack of diversity there.

As for another self-experienced anecdote:

Pop-Pop: "There were no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq"

Dad: "The weapons were moved to Syria"

...

Dad: "You can't change history, Dad!"

Hold on for more anecdotes--and did I not tell you that Great-Grandma's murder is important in light of how Pop-Pop treats others? See if you can see a clear picture emerging. 







Sunday, September 16, 2012

Part 15 of My Stage32 Submission

Where I last left off, I was relating the current Great Depression ("Recession") and the Pearl Harbor murders to the First Great Depression and the 9/11 attacks. Looking over some of what else I have written down as well, I am still trying to find a point where to restart writing--thus, I will jump forward to Great-Grandma Czarnecki's murder. Her murder will become important when I jump back to how Pop-Pop treated others.

I have written extensively about this. By the way, Pop-Pop would have gone after me if none of what I wrote down is true. Besides, I only received an e-mail which stated that my 93-year-old great-grandmother died--which indicated nothing unusual or out of the ordinary. I was not there to see firsthand what really happened--Aunt Mary was. In short, Aunt Mary saw second-degree, murder-malice-theory murder and Social Security Fraud happen.

You can judge for yourself, but here is what I wrote to the Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office and what the AG's office forwarded to the Luzerne County District Attorney:

"To Whom It May Concern:     
    I have decided to contact the Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office, Criminal Prosecutions Section per the February 12, 2007 death of Mary M. Trudnak Czarnecki. I am requesting an investigation into the death of the late Mrs. Czarnecki because I believe that for over three years, her son John "Jack" Gregory Czarnecki caused Mrs. Czarnecki (his mother) to die in the circumstances and situation in which he should have been immediately investigated at minimum for third- or second-degree murder/homicide with implied murder-malice theory, and a maximum of second- or first-degree murder/homicide with malicious intent.

    I understand the circumstances of Mrs. Czarnecki's death to have been mainly or solely caused by Mr. Jack Czarnecki (who, at the time, was given Power of Attorney over her), and have been told of the circumstances by a reliable and direct eyewitness-earwitness to the crime. The witness (and I am asking that for the time being, her name be protected. Anyway, the witness) is Mary Czarnecki Miskell; who was frequently with Mrs. Czarnecki at the time of Mrs. Czarnecki's death, at Wilkes-Barre General Hospital.
    The situation concerning Mrs. Czarnecki's death began when Mrs. Czarnecki was, during an illness of gangrene, transported to Wilkes-Barre Hospital due to Mr. Jack Czarnecki's desire to rid her from his residence as she was dying and he had other plans besides looking after his ailing mother. As I summarize the situation for the time being as I understand it, Mrs. Czarnecki, 93, knew that she was dying and wanted to pass away at her son's Millersville, Anne Arundel County, Maryland home; but Mr. Czarnecki (70 at the time, now to be 74 on May 25, 2010), wanting to travel to Las Vegas and not honor the wishes of his mother, arranged to have her transported to Wilkes Barre General.
    At the hospital, Mrs. Czarnecki gave the delegation of Power of Attorney over her to Mr. James "Jim" Julian Czarnecki, Sr.. Due to circumstances beyond his control, Mr. Jim Czarnecki could not retain his delegation as Power of Attorney for his mother; and his brother Jack thus took over the delegation. Mr. Jack Czarnecki then arranged that his mother would have a surgery to have Mrs. Czarnecki's gangrene-infected limb (specifically, one of her legs) amputated and post-surgically discarded. Mrs. Czarnecki, obviously given the position that she was in, consented to the surgery but had to fight to have her amputated leg not discarded (since she intended to have the leg buried with her when she passed away).
    Mrs. Czarnecki, as aforementioned, passed away due to gangrene on February 12, 2007 at Wilkes Barre General Hospital.
    I am hoping, therefore, that the Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office, Criminal Prosecutions Section investigates the death of Mrs. Czarnecki and the circumstances of what I believe was the murder of Mrs. Czarnecki by her son Jack Czarnecki as soon as possible. I have notified the witness aforementioned, Mary Czarnecki Miskell, that I have made the request of an investigation to the Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office; and will (if and as necessary) either have Mary Miskell contact the party or parties to be involved in the prosecution of Mr. Czarnecki, or (with and only with her permission) provide her contact information to the aforementioned parties. Thank you for your time and work in seeking justice for Mary M. Trudnak Czarnecki...."


Here is the Social Security Death Record Index for proof of Social Security fraud--which I forgot to mention in the first letter--, by the way (I've since--to no avail--tried to get the case reopened.):

Name:Mary Czarnecki
Last Residence:21108  Millersville, Anne Arundel, Maryland
Born:28 Jul 1913
Died:12 Feb 2007
State (Year) SSN issued:Pennsylvania (Before 


Was Aunt Mary when I decided to write the letter? Absolutely not! She was afraid of Pop-Pop and she did not want any more trouble--but trouble did come when Pop-Pop, proving himself all the more guilty, called Aunt Mary's then husband--now ex husband--at his then workplace to yell at him after the Luzerne County District Attorney's Office called him.

By the way, I had no clue that Great-Grandma's middle name was "Theresa". Here is the obituary that Pop-Pop wrote for her (By the way, she had no great-great-grandchildren at that time--Dad's stepgranddaughter does not count as her great-great-granddaughter.):


Mary Czarnecki

February 12, 2007

Mary Czarnecki, 93, formerly of Freed Street, Sugar Notch, died Monday in the Wilkes-Barre General Hospital.
Born in Ashley on July 28, 1913, she was the daughter of the late Michael and Anna Monka Trudnak. She was employed by several local garment factories, until her retirement. She was a member of Holy Family Church, Sugar Notch.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Anthony; son, Francis; sisters, Elizabeth, Anne, Rose and Sophie; brothers, Michael, John, Bernard, Frank, Joseph and Edward.
Surviving are sons, John Czarnecki and his wife, Joan, Millersville, MD; James Czarnecki and his wife, Ann, Fairless Hills, Pa.; Anthony Czarnecki and his wife, Mary Ellen, Jamesburg, NJ; 12 grandchildren; many great-grandchildren, one great-great granddaughter; numerous nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held on Saturday at 11 a.m. from the George A. Strish Inc. Funeral Home, 105 N. Main St., Ashley, with a Mass of Christian Burial at 11:30 a.m. in Holy Family Church, with the Rev. Vincent Dang officiating. Interment will follow in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Hanover Township. Family and friends may call on Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. and on Saturday from 10 to 11 a.m.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Mary’s memory to the Little Flower Manor, 200 S. Meade St., Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702.