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Monday, September 3, 2007

NY Post on Judge Phillips Attack...CLICK HERE FOR FULL STORY

Part III - Judge Phillips...Today's New York Post covers the latest on the disgraceful abuse of a Judge, allowed by a corrupt system: EVEN JUDGES AREN'T SAFE!!....


September 3, 2007 -- Court-appointed guardians for Alzheimer's-stricken ex-Judge John Phillips failed to file any income taxes for their elderly ward for more than five years - running up a million-dollar bill to the IRS, according to court papers.

In a flurry of strongly worded motions, current guardian James Cahill has slammed two predecessors, Ray Jones and Frank Livoti, for filing no taxes on Phillips' multimillion-dollar estate, which includes some dozen buildings in Brooklyn. In late August, Cahill noted that the judge - an incapacitated person, or "I.P." - filed his own taxes right up until the time he was declared mentally unfit.

"It appears that the I.P. was able to perform his obligation despite the disarray of his affairs and the issues regarding his competence," Cahill noted in an Aug. 22 motion. "Mr. Jones should at least be expected to perform the same task as his former ward."

But Jones said the nonpayment of taxes was the best course considering the judge's ever-dwindling funds. "My decision not to file income taxes was based upon an inability to obtain revenues," he said. Last week, in court, Jones said he believed Cahill was overestimating Phillips' tax bill and added that he would resist turning over documents that might help his successor prepare the filings.

The accusation set off the judge overseeing the problem-plagued guardianship, Michael Pesce. "I'm not concerned about that," a clearly irked Pesce cut in. "You should not be concerned about that. Your obligation is to turn over those documents so Mr. Cahill can perform a task you should have performed."

Meanwhile, on other fronts, Phillips' situation appears to be improving slowly. The court moved him from the Bronx nursing home where he was a virtual prisoner to a more relaxed setting in Park Slope closer to a devoted group of friends who continue to look after him.

Lawyers have also succeeded in reversing questionable sales of three of his buildings.


Anonymous said...

This is a text book case that shows how these thieves steal and make it look all so very proper because their all lawyers. This poor soul Judge John L. Philips was set upon, they wanted to take his assets, break him and have him die. After all the lawyers know best, it really is all their money.

Anonymous said...

I had the same thing happen to me after my husband died. The "Bitch" on the bench, Queen Eve and her band of fellow thiefs did the same thing. They all have a blueprint and they follow it.

Anonymous said...

What happen to the rule of law? Oh, I forgot it never existed!

Anonymous said...

what these white boys in Brooklyn have done to a proud black man who they couldn't break and were afraid of is shameful; remember this brothers and sisters when we go to vote

Anonymous said...

Goes to show you that the Black Man will always get the short end of the stick.

Anonymous said...

where is Al?

Anonymous said...

Rev. Al where are you? You should be out front for brother Phillips man.

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