Demented LRH wrote:
Hopefully, the wheel of justice system will start turning. I am not sure though if Heber is willing to confirm that he has been abused.
That's the beauty of an elder abuse complaint. The investigators who deal with older folks know that elderly are not going to complain due to the risk of being taken from their home. They will decide based on their investigation of his surroundings, and I would be pretty sure they will speak to him away from his handlers, if he wants to tell them anything more. I'd like to see their faces when he shows them the desk he sleeps under, the floor he eats on, no a/c, the beans and rice he eats, etc. Unfortunately, they've been tipped off now, it's on the net, Co$ could change things.
With the Co$ being so money hungry, I wouldn't be surprised if they aren't keeping him because he receives a social security check that they conveniently take.
I truly hope this man's life can change during his sunset years.