Feeding Frenzy [Video]

On February 25, 2021, there was a status hearing on the Dr. Lillie Sykes White guardianship case in front of Judge Terence R. Perkins of the Flagler County Court in the seventh judicial circuit of Florida. Conducted via Zoom, upwards of forty elder justice advocates and family members witnessed the proceedings much to the surprise of the judge and attorneys. All previous hearings were closed to the public. The optics were interesting: at least eight White attorneys preying on the over $4 mil...
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Yoga Master Tao Porchon-Lynch Advocates For Senior Rights… from the beyond

  Today, I was looking for a certain picture of my aunt and found this - my dear mentor, historical icon and yoga master Tao Porchon-Lynch, advocating for Aunt Lillie in 2017. My mother and I are Tao's biographers. Tao was a lifelong activist who had marched with both Mahatma Gandhi and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. I knew her twelve years. We spent a decade traveling together doing 66 events spanning 10 countries, including events at the United Nations, Pentagon and World Government Summi...
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A Joyous Reunion after 810 Days

November 17, 2018 - After 810 days, Dr. Lillie Sykes White saw her sister, Janie Sykes-Kennedy, and niece, Teresa Kay-Aba Kennedy, for the first time since she was abducted on August 30, 2016 by the court-appointed guardian Sara Caldwell and attorney ad litem Tance Roberts. Despite the court agents painting a picture in documents that the family was "agitating" Dr. White, it was a joyous reunion. When Dr. White saw her sister walk in the room she immediately exclaimed, "My beautiful sister Ja...
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My Vote Doesn’t Count

In this landmark 2016 election year, the Florida Elder Guardianship system is being used to silence seniors. Since 2012, Lillie has been caught in the Florida Elder Guardianship process which has been described as “Liquidate, Isolate, Medicate.” They are pressing hard to take away her last two remaining rights: the right to vote and the right to choose with whom to socialize – in essence, shutting out her family. The guardianship system is set up to protect the senior, but in this instance, ...
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Legal Lynching in Florida

A lynching is an extrajudicial punishment by an informal group often to intimidate a minority group and often performed without due process. Unfortunately, it is not farfetched to equate the Florida Elder Guardianship process to a LEGAL LYNCHING. The cruel and corrupt guardianship system has been called “Isolate, Medicate, Steal The Estate.” Since 2012, my Aunt Lillie has been caught in this web and the victimization continues. On Friday, August 19th, 2016, there is a Hearing in Flagler Coun...
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