1,475.97 - 816.00 = 659.97
(Plant confusion pattern)
The accounting trail 1,475.97 - 816.00 = 659.97 is a example of an accounting entanglement.
An accounting entanglement as the term is used here is the intentional planting of confusion and conflict in the accounting. Whoever controls the entanglement (the accountants) controls the people and assets that are entangled. Small numbers are used to make them appear insignificant, as if the issue were the amount. The issue is that they entangle .
The accounting trails at bk467p191 are covered with entanglements using small numbers. If you can recognize the dynamics in this clear and simple example you can recognise the same dynamics in the complicated entanglements. The patterns are the same.
The CPA Joanne Barnes and the Attorney Edward White created the 1,475.97 - 816.00 = 659.97 entanglement and made me appear responsible for it:
"2. The K-1 filed by the Trust showed a payment of $816.00 in interest to the estate. You sent a check in the amount of $1475.97 to the estate. What was the remaining $659.97? Do I have this confused with the tax debt/credit situation which ran from the Third Accounting?"
(Attorney Edward White to Trustee, Anthony O'Connell, May 19, 1992)
The amount reported to the IRS on the K-1 should be the same as the amount reported to the Court. But the CPA reported $816.00 to the IRS and $1,475.97 to the Court. Because $1,475.97 was reported I had to pay $1,475.97.
One indicator of the significance of 1,475.97 - 816.00 = 659.97 is the degree that the accountants who created it, reported it, approved it, and framed me with it, don't recognize this accounting trail or any accounting trail for these numbers.
The Commissioner of Accounts approved the 816.00 and the 659.97 of the 1,475.97 - 816.00 = 659.97 entanglement on March 20, 1993 (above).
"Int fm Harold O'Connell Trust ......................................... 816.00"
"Debt fm Harold O’Connell Trust ....................................... 659.97"
The Commissioner of Accounts approved the 1,475.97 of the 1,475.97 - 816.00 = 659.97 entanglement on October 4, 1993.
"Payable to the Estate of Jean M. O'Connell ... ... ... ... $ 1,475.97" (Trust accounting at Book 480 page 1768)
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They use a trusting family member
Jean Miner O'Connell, our Mother, did not want assets to disappear from her estate or her family torn apart to cover it up. The CPA Joanne L. Barnes (SN 579-44-3240, EIN 541040148?), the Attorney Edward J. White, and their collaborators, did that. Their signature cover is to use a trusting member of the family they victimize to unwittingly divide and disempower the family. They are insulated beyond imagination. It is fiducary rape.
It appears to be the perfect cover. In twenty-three (23) years not one member of the establishment has tried to expose their accounting or tried to stop them from using our trusting sister. Not one. This accounting fraud is here to stay, and the only protection familes have is themselves. Secrecy between family members is essential to these accountants and fatal to the family. If your family insists on no secrecy between family members these accountants will leave your family alone.
Can anyone stop my trusting family members from being used? Please keep in mind that the accountants and their colaborators have been telling my family for twenty-three years that I am the bad guy. You will not believe the size of the forces musterred against me, to stop me from trying to expose the accounting. Suggestion - Verify that none of the items in the complaint they had my sister sign are true, and then try to convince my sister that none of the items are true. http://www.chiefjudgesmith.com/complaint/complaint-home.html
1) Jean OConnell Nader, 350 Fourth Avenue, New Kensington, Pennsylvania, 15068, Tel 724 337-7537 (My sister) For some reason I can no longer get this address on mapquest. The links below show it is a real address -
2) Amy Nader Johnson, 1401 West View Drive, New Kensington, Pennsylvania, 15068-5947, email@example.com (About half a mile from her Mom, Jean OConnell Nader)
To expose accounting fraud it is necessary to expose the accountiung. If you are not totally convinced that the only way to get to the truth is to expose the trails (money trails, document trails, what should be but isn't trails, etc.,), and that trails trump everything, this is a good place to stop.