Good People of The World Help Mary a Helpless Victim

Would you want this incompetent probate judge making decisions for your loved ones? A civil rights violation.

Date: Feb. 24, 2009. Petitioner; The Crossings West, 89 Viets St., New London, Ct. 06320   (A nursing home) filed the following at the New London, Ct., probate court.

 The condition of Mary A. Gennotti results in the respondent being unable to evaluate information or make or communicate decisions to such an extent that the person is unable, even with appropriate assistance, to perform the functions inherent in managing his (this line on the form ends there).

 Also, funds are needed for the support, care, or welfare of... the respondent and the respondent is unable to take the necessary steps to obtain or provide such funds.

 Also, the condition described above results in the respondent being unable to receive and evaluate information or make or communicate decisions to such an extent that the person is unable, even with appropriate assistance, to meet essential requirements for personal needs.

Probate judge, Mathew H. Green, allowed the ex-husband, Frank Gennotti, Sr. to marry Mary A. Gennotti, using her maiden name, on Feb. 27, 2009, by a justice of the peace, Shirley Pope Alloway, Frank's friend for over forty years. He was an abusive husband with restraining orders and numerous police complaints against him.  He also made death threats, against Mary and his young son, with a gun he stole from the police department.  Mary could not sign her name, so an X was used. On March 16, 2009, Probate Judge Greene, appointed her ex-husband, Frank, conservator of Mary and of her estate. Mary died March 27, 2009, thirty days after the illegal marriage.  Her death certificate listed the cause of death as Glioblastoma Neoplasia @ Temparallous, intervals for months and degenerative dementia for years. Three months prior to her death she was a patient at L & M Hospital and could not recognize close family member.

This is the worse kind of rape that could be imposed on a helpless woman and surely a violation of her civil rights. How could a marriage be performed, or be legal, in her condition? She had been divorced for twelve years.

The judge then retaliated against the parties seeking justice for Mary. He should be removed from office. He is biased and incompetent.

Please help the Soul of Mary,http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/Help-the-helpless

Contact Congressman Joe Courtney at 101 Water St., Norwich, Ct. 06320, Tele: 860-886-0139.

Attorney General Richard Blumenthal has the entire file contact him if you can at 55 Elm Street, P. O. Box 120, Hartford, Ct. 06141-0102

 

Thank you, Mary's brother Bob

 

To the people of Connecticut and women who care.

Date: 2-24-09. Petitioner; The Crossings West, 89 Viets St., New London, Ct. 06320   (A nursing home)

 

 

The condition of Mary A. Gennotti results in the respondent being unable to evaluate information or make or communicate decisions to such an extent that the person is unable, even with appropriate assistance, to perform the functions inherent in managing his (it ends there).

 

Also, funds are needed for the support, care, or welfare of... the respondent and the respondent is unable to take the necessary steps to obtain or provide such funds.

 

Also, the condition described above results in the respondent being unable to receive and evaluate information or make or communicate decisions to such an extent that the person is unable, even with appropriate assistance, to meet essential requirements for personal needs.

 

The probate judge, Mathew H. Green, allowed the ex-husband, Frank Gennotti, Sr. to marry Mary A. Gennotti, using her maiden name, on Feb. 27, 2009, by a justice of the peace, Shirley Pope Alloway, his friend for over forty years. Mary could not sign her name so an X was used. She died March 27, 2009. Three months prior to her death she was a patient at L & M Hospital and could not recognize close family member. This is the worse kind of rape that could be imposed on a helpless woman and surely a violation of her civil rights.

 

The judge then retaliated against the parties seeking justice for Mary. He should be removed from office.
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