Corruption exposed in the Orange County public guardian's office
- Category: US public guardian corruption
- Created: Tuesday, 14 September 2010 23:30
- Written by Alecomm2
In Orange County, a corrupt public guardian is stealing assets from the elderly and firing officials who dare to ask questions.
Todd Spitzer, a deputy district attorney who is respected by members of both parties, was alerted to possible misconduct in the Orange County Public Guardian's office last week. He asked a few questions and lost his job. Why?
The Public Guardian John Williams is making $138,000 as a base salary for supposedly looking after the assets of elderly or deceased citizens. Articles written in a variety of papers and journals detail that Williams has been mismanaging assets and looting the property of retirees in this County, which went bankrupt some time back.