"They steal money"

On July 24, 2000, I wrote the Judges of the Nineteenth Virginia Circuit Court in Fairfax, Virginia, and told them that the CPA Joanne Barnes and the Attorney Edward White steal money and asked that their accounting be exposed and that Jean O'Connell's family be protected:

"A CPA-lawyer fraud operation stole money from the Estate of Jean M. O'Connell. I would like to (1) find out how much money they stole, (2) recover the stolen money, and (3) free the real estate from their controlling accounting entanglements. Because they use an innocent family member to unwittingly carry out their agenda, the traditional paths of justice through the Court won't work. The direct intervention of a Judge is the last hope in the system. If you could (1) protect all the member's of Jean M. O'Connell's family from further damage, and (2) compel a 100% true and complete financial disclosure of her Estate, with one hard copy in my hands, you could expose an otherwise untouchable fraud operation."

I was told that it was inappropriate to write the Judges and about two weeks later, on August 8, 2000, the Commissioner of Accountants closed the Trust accounting instead of exposing it. On August 23, 2000, I filed an Exceptions to the Commissioner's Report about this surprise closure. It was accepted by the Court and then it disappeared.

I don't understand why Chief Judge Dennis J. Smith or Commissioner of Accounts Jesse B Wilson, III, or the present Commissioner, will not allow the accounting for our Mother's Estate to be exposed such as that at bk467p191. This accounting should have been exposed as a matter of course, it's the law, and the public trusts that it is actually done. Exposing this accounting would lead to most all you need to know. Please think about the effects of 22 years of judgments made while the evidence remains concealed.

To expose accounting fraud it is necessary to expose the accounting. If, at some point, a just power wants to verify that what I've been saying for 22 years is true, as them to expose the accounting at bk467p191 and see what happens. Why is it that in 22 years not one authority in Virginia has ever even tried to expose this accounting? Not one. There should be a reason for not exposing this accounting. What is it? What is it? Jean O'Connell's family didn't have a chance from day one.

After twenty (22) years I believe it is fair to say that no authority in Virginia is going to try to expose the accounting such as that at bk467p191, or try to expose the illegal lien trail to Highland County and see what property the lien was actually put against, or try to stop our trusting, brain washed, fear driven, sister (Jean Nader, 350 Fourth Avenue, New Kensington, PA 15068, Tel: 724 337-7537) from being used. If the DOJ or FBI don't intervene these invisible dynamics are here to stay and someone should tell the public how the accountants and their collaborators work.