Do judges really have the authority to destroy someone's life when the DA makes up a new crime?
I sold a lawful fixed indexed annuity to a senior, and she made over $40,000.00 in three years on her annuitization value, and I was charged with larceny because three years earlier according to the state she possibly had the onset of dementia?
By: Neasham Insurance Agency
The jury instructions said that I removed it from the owner's possession for so extended a period of time that the owner would be deprived of a major portion of the value or enjoyment of the property. This is what they say constituted the crime???
Pictured here is Glenn's family.
If that's the case arrest every insurance agent who has ever sold a fixed indexed annuity. That's how ALL deferred annuities work. Shut down all insurance companies if that's a crime. My case was unprecedented. It destroyed my business of thirty years, my family split, divorced, and I had to file bankruptcy, and still today 10 years later I still haven't recuperated. Judges are able to arbitrarily put someone life out of order because a state regulator thought they would try something new? It's not fair. Hold them accountable.
Are judges above the law? Really Judge Richard Martin? Appeals court dismayed in unbelief.
Prosecute the prosecution. Including the judge. Glenn Neasham's life, and family ruined by regulator. Selling an annuity to a elder made over $42,000.00 in three years on a $175,000.00 investment. Apparently Glenn was supposed to diagnose onset of dementia three years earlier?
The justice Stuart Pollack said;
The People v. Glenn Andrew Neasham (http://www.courts.ca.gov/
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