By Suzanne Eovaldi, staff writer
Perhaps nothing I’ve written about since starting with CIR quite has moved me, upset me, or disturbed me as much as the pitiful plight of 89 year old Warren Bodeker, the World War II veteran thrown out of his home. As I write this follow up story, his legal defense fund has reached $20,500 (as of June 26), a fund being offered by Oath Keepers who stress every dime collected goes straight to him.
When I called Democrat Senator Max Baucus’ office, his spokeswoman told me while they’ve gotten many calls about this case, she wasn’t sure they could do anything, because “It’s not in our jurisdiction.” Democrat Senator Jon Tester’s office wanted to read my post but never answered me after I sent it. I called the Ninth Circuit Clerk in Missoula, Montana trying to find out if Honorable Judge Ralph Kirscher will be attending the opulent Ninth Circuit convention … Continue Reading:As the Democrats are fond of saying, “A fish rots from the head down”
by Suzanne Eovaldi, staff writer
Horrific brutality is being done by the Obama Administration’s U.S. Bankruptcy Court to a cancer ridden, helpless 89 year old World War II veteran who received two bronze stars involving the incredible rescue of 2,000 U.S. Prisoners of War from vicious Japanese guards at the Los Banos Internment Camp in Luzon, Philippines in 1945. (1)
Montana’s Warren C. Bodeker is being tossed out of his Plains, MT home by Christy Brandon, a Montana Federal Bankruptcy Trustee, practicing in Bigfork, Mt. She refused to continue a capacity hearing even as he was suffering in a Helena VA Hospital from advanced stage prostate cancer spreading throughout his body. The bulletin CIR received contained the following update: “But despite the well established fact that Mr. Bodeker was in the hospital, the trustee, Christy Brandon, opposed the motion to continue the hearing. U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Honorable Ralph B. Kirscher denied (this) motion; Brandon then Emailed Mr. … Continue Reading:Obama officials’ brutal mistreatment of dying WW II hero