Con Games: Revocable Trust and Declaration of Final Illness . by Alice B. Clagett

Written and published on 8 August 2020

Dear Ones,

I advise against people who not quite elderly or else facing their final days signing a Declaration of Final Illness form that says it is ok to ‘pull the plug’ after a certain number of days.

When people do that they lay themselves open to being forcefully and apurpose recreational-drug overdosed by a confidence person, resulting in drug coma, and then speedy dispatch at a colluding healthcare center. The object of the con would be to murder you and swipe your goods.

If you have such a Declaration of Final Illness already set up with someone who intends evil, there will be no end of trouble about it, as the mal-doer has in hand your original form, and will not be parted from it, even if you send round a legal revocation form. That is in hopes the con-murder could be consummated and the revocation overlooked.

As people become terminally ill, or are in their 90s, signing such a form would make sense, if they have a child dedicated to their care; otherwise, I feel it to be ill advised.

I also advise against setting up a Revocable Trust, as the addition of a one-page addendum by a confidence person could change the beneficiary to himself or his confidence gang leader. So then you would have a double whammy: Your death through OD against your will, and a way to transfer your estate to the confidence man or his gang.

I am not trained as a lawyer, and that is something to take into consideration. This is just something I intuit about confidence men and one of their MOs.

A lawyer would likely give you the opposite advice. But then, how many honest lawyers are completely up-to-date regarding the con games of ruthless men?

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
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confidence games, murder, theft, law enforcement, MO, law, estate planning, Ice Man, Ice Princess,

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