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Four wedges, 1985

"Call - Will do draft of final accting.-   (wedge 1)
deed to property - convey to court.       (wedge 2)
needs how much"                                  (wedge 3)
[Withhold final accounting]                  (wedge 4)

The memo above is our Mother's instructions to the CPA Joanne Barnes in May of 1985. The CPA did not follow her instructions. The CPA's counter and covert instructions to our Mother destroys the relationship between me and my Mother, and the CPA and the Attorney supplant me as fiduciary.

The signature cover of the CPA and Attorney is to divide, disempower, and destroy the family they victimize. It is apparently the perfect cover.

The CPA and Attorney's fourteen month withholding of the final account is made to appear as our family's fault. There are no regulatory agencies in Virginia that will stop the CPA and the Attorney and their colaborators from making your assets disappear, or stop them from dividing, disempowering, and destroying your family to protect themselves. Please judge for yourself; is the only way to protect your family is to learn to not trust the establishment?

Secrecy is fatal to the family and essential to the fraudsters. If all the members of your family insist on no secrecy between family members, the fraudsters will disappear.

I didn't know about the CPA's instructions to our Mother until I found this memo in her papers after her death in 1991.

(Jean O'Connell instructions to CPA)
"So Kaiser - Hilton
549-7800
Joanne,
My son Tony called.
He said he wanted very much to be the full trustee with an
agent to receive notices and processes(?) from the
court and commissioner as in the May 8th letter.
Would
First thing is to have the final accounting
based on the same figures
as in the first accounting.
Send it to me - Do I have to sign it."

(CPA Joanne Barnes covert instructions to Jean O'Connell)
"Call - Will do draft of final accting.-   (wedge 1)
deed to property - convey to court.     (wedge 2)
needs how much"                                  (wedge 3)
[Withhold final accounting]                    (wedge 4)


Wedge 1

"Will do draft of final accting"

Edward White does not carry out Jean O'Connell's instructions of May 1985 - "First thing is to have the final accounting  based on the same figures as in the first accounting. Send it to me - Do I have to sign it." .

He carries out Joanne Barnes agenda of May 1985 -"Will do draft of final accting"

The CPA - Attorney wedges destroy the relationship between me and my Mother. So my Mother replaces me as fiduciry of her Will. The establishment does not recognize this cause and effect. The establishment makes it appear that our Mother did it of her own volition.

Edward White's April 25, 1986, "If he does not agree or requests further delaying tactics, I feel that I have no other recourse in serving my client than to seek to have him removed as a Trustee." becomes the Virginia Bar's February 10, 1983, "I find nothing improper about that particular matter as it was certainly your mother's prerogative to amend or modify her will and it was Mr. White's responsibility to follow her instructions in that regard.".

1986.04.10   (Edward White to Joanne Barnes, copy to Jean O'Connell )
"I have agreed with Anthony O'Connell's attorney that we will provide them with a draft of the final accounting in the Harold O'Connell Estate.  This, I think, will allay all of the suspicions that have arisen on the other side in this matter.
If you could commence preparing that, I would appreciate it. I am enclosing a copy of the nearly signed Agreement, by which the Trustees agree to take possession of the percentage interest of the property.
Thank you. Sincerely, Edward J. White"

1986.04.25   (Edward White to Henry Mackall, copy to Jean O'Connell)
"Enclosed is the draft by Ms. Barnes of the Final Accounting.
I have taken the liberty of correcting a typographical error on the distributions to reflect 53.9006% vice 3.9006%.
I would appreciate it if you would forward this to Mr. O'Connell and clarify with him his intention to qualify on May 1st.    If he does not agree or requests further delaying tactics, I feel that I have no other recourse in serving my client than to seek to have him removed as a Trustee.  This matter is costing Mrs. O'Connell dearly with the delay. Sincerely, Edward J. White 

 

Wedge 2

"deed to property - convey to court"
(The "deed" is the "Agreement"

Edward White does not carry out Jean O'Connell's instructions of May 1985 - "First thing is to have the final accounting  based on the same figures as in the first accounting. Send it to me - Do I have to sign it." .

He carries out Joanne Barnes agenda of May 1985 - "deed to property - convey to court".

1985.10.23   (Edward White to Jean O'Connell)
"Enclosed is the Agreement which Mr. Mackell and I discussed.  If it meets with your approval, I would appreciate your signing it and returning it to me so that I might forward it to him for the signatures of the Co-Trustees.  This document should serve both as the Agreement and as the receipt by the Trustees for the Trust property.
Sincerely, Edward J. White

1985.10.29   (Edward White to Henry Mackall)
"Enclosed is an Agreement along the lines of that discussed by us previously, which my client has signed.  Ms. Jo Ann Barnes, of Bruner, Kane & McCarthy Accountants, previously has furnished Mr. O'Connell with the numerical data which explains the derivation of the percentages reflected in the Agreement. 
If you have any additions or corrections to it, please let me know.
Sincerely, Edward J. White"

1986.01.24   (Edward White to Jean O'Connell)
"I spoke to Mr. Mackall on January 22nd as to the causes of the delay in obtaining the agreement from your son. 
He stated that he had had several discussions with your son and they ironed out some minor details, and that the agreement being sent to Anthony on be signed on that date.  As soon as I receive it, I will review it and forward it to you for your signature. 
As soon as that is done, we can proceed to wrap up the rest of the Estate. 
I spoke to Mr. John McEnearney of McEneraney & Associates, Realtors, and he will contact you concerning putting a value on your property. 
Mr. McEnearney has been highly recommended to me by another appraiser,  and the advantage of this approach is that you will not incur a large appraisal fee.  However, there is no question that putting an appraisal price on this property will be most difficult in view of the numerous variables which might be encountered by a prospective buyer, especially zoning permits, etc.  
I will be in touch with you as further developments occur.
Sincerely, Edward J. White"

1986.01.27   (Edward White to Jean O'Connell)
"At long last we have a signed Agreement concerning the funding of the Trust.  The Agreement is enclosed.
The only difference between this Agreement and the previous agreement which I had drafted is the change in the percentages of ownership between you and the Trusts.  Originally, Ms. Barnes had computed the ownership of the Trust at 43.525.  She and Mr. Mackall and I now agree that the figures should be 46.0994.  The Agreement also contains a provision in paragraph 5 that will be reimbursed for the principal of all real estate taxes on that property.      
Mr. O'Connell was unwilling to agree to pay interest on the real estate tax advancements.  While I am at a loss to understand his attitude, I am of the opinion that we would be best served by signing the Agreement as is.
Ms. Barnes has computed that through 1984 you paid taxes in the amount of $13,841.24.  
Please sign the Agreement and return it to me as soon as possible, and I will forward it to Mr. Mackall for the Co-Trustees signature and filling with the Commissioner of Accounts.  At that point the trust will then be funded and the responsibility for filing accounts and inventories will be that of the Trustees.  
We can then have Ms. Barnes complete the final accounting for the Estate and the matter will be closed.
Sincerely, Edward J. White" 

1986.01.31   (Edward White to Henry Mackall) )
"Enclosed is the original Agreement signed by Mrs. O'Connell.  I would appreciate it if you could secure the signature of Mr. Higham and send me a copy of the Agreement as finally signed, so that I might file it with the Accounting papers. 
I assume that Mr. O'Connell and Mr. Higham will qualify as Co-Trustees as soon as possible.  
I certainly appreciate your kind assistance in bring this matter to a satisfactory conclusion. Sincerely, Edward J. White"

1986.02.27    (Edward White to Henry Mackall)
"Has Mr. Higham signed the Agreement which I foewarded to you on January 31, 1986?
If he has, please send me a copy so that I can submit it to the accountant and we can use it as a receipt to wind up the Estate.
An accounting is nearly overdue in this case, and I would like to be able to file a Final Accounting
Sincerely, Edward J. White"  

1986.04.10   (Edward White to Joanne Barnes, copy to Jean O'Connell )
"I have agreed with Anthony O'Connell's attorney that we will provide them with a draft of the final accounting in the Harold O'Connell Estate.  This, I think, will allay all of the suspicions that have arisen on the other side in this matter.
If you could commence preparing that, I would appreciate it. I am enclosing a copy of the nearly signed Agreement , by which the Trustees agree to take possession of the percentage interest of the property.
Thank you. Sincerely, Edward J. White"

1986.05.27   (Edward White to Robert McCandlish, copy to Jean O'Connell)
"I represent Mrs. Jean M. O'Connell, Executor of the captioned Estate.  Mrs. O'Connell received your notice of May 16, 1986, concerning the delinquent account.
The accounting in this case has been prepared by Mrs. O'Connell's accounting firm.  This accounting will be a second and final accounting.  However, the will established a trust and Mrs. O'Connell's son has been most difficult in coming to terms on qualifying as trustee of the trust.  Both Mr. Henry Mackall, who represents the trustee, and I have been working diligently on this case.
In order to prevent my client from incurring double bills from her accountant and increased other fees,  I would respectfully request a short extension of the accounting period so that the trustee can qualify and this matter may be completely closed.  Thank you
Sincerely, Edward J. White"  

1986.06.26   (Edward White to Joanne Barnes, copy to Jean O'Connell)
"I represent Mrs. Jean O'Connell in the above referenced matter.
We are now ready to file the Final Accounting.  Enclosed is a document entitled Agreement, paragraph 1 of which acknowledges receipt of the property. 
If you need any other documents, please contact me or Mrs. O'Connell.
Thank you.
Sincerely, Edward J. White"  

1986.06.26   (Edward White to Jean O'Connell)
"At last, we are ready to file the final Accounting in this case. 
In order to spare you having to mail documents back and forth, I am notifying Jo Ann Barnes to begin the accounting and sending her a copy of the Agreement wherein your son and Mr. Higham acknowledge receipt of the Trust property. 
Miss Barnes will contact you at the time your signature is needed.
Sincerely, Edward J. White"   

1986.08.08   (Edward White to Robert McCandlish, opy to Jean O'Connell)
"Enclosed is the Fourth and Final Accounting in the captioned estate with your checks in the amounts of $35.00 and $25.00.
Please note that the Trustees have qualified in this case and the attached agreement is submitted as a receipt for the trust property.
The vouchers for the real estate taxes paid by Mrs. O'Connell add to more than the amount stated but in this case it makes no difference.
Sincerely, Edward J. White"

 

Wedge 3

"needs how much"  

Edward White does not carry out Jean O'Connell's instructions of May 1985 - "First thing is to have the final accounting  based on the same figures as in the first accounting. Send it to me - Do I have to sign it." .

He carries out Joanne Barnes agenda of May 1985 - "needs how much"  

1985.08.16   (Joanne Barnes to Jean O’Connell)
"RE: Estate of Harold M. O'Connell
Dear Mrs. O’Connell:
Your son requested that I furnish him copies of the Court Accountings that had been filed for the Estate.  I have sent them on to him today.  I am also enclosing a copy of the schedule which I believe reflects the fraction of the estate’s one-half interest in each property to which you and the Trust are entitled.   If the transfers are made in these percentages, you would then own 56.475% of each property (50% owned individually plus 12.95% of one-half interest in a property.  If you and the Trust chose at some time in the future to exchange all or part of an interest in a property,  I believe it should be done based on the then current fair market value of the properties.  In such case,  I would recommend that you have the properties appraised by a qualified real estate appraiser.  With regards to your request that I serve as co-trustee of the Trust with your son, I regret that I must decline to be either co-trustee or act as agent to receive notices and processes for him.   Please call me and we can discuss this further.
Very truly yours,
Joanne L. Barnes
Cc: Mr. Anthony M. O’Connell”

1986.01.27   (Edward White to Jean O'Connell)
"At long last we have a signed Agreement concerning the funding of the Trust.  The Agreement is enclosed.
The only difference between this Agreement and the previous agreement which I had drafted is the change in the percentages of ownership between you and the Trusts.  Originally, Ms. Barnes had computed the ownership of the Trust at 43.525.  She and Mr. Mackall and I now agree that the figures should be 46.0994.  The Agreement also contains a provision in paragraph 5 that will be reimbursed for the principal of all real estate taxes on that property.      
Mr. O'Connell was unwilling to agree to pay interest on the real estate tax advancements.  While I am at a loss to understand his attitude, I am of the opinion that we would be best served by signing the Agreement as is.
Ms. Barnes has computed that through 1984 you paid taxes in the amount of $13,841.24.  
Please sign the Agreement and return it to me as soon as possible, and I will forward it to Mr. Mackall for the Co-Trustees signature and filling with the Commissioner of Accounts.  At that point the trust will then be funded and the responsibility for filing accounts and inventories will be that of the Trustees.  
We can then have Ms. Barnes complete the final accounting for the Estate and the matter will be closed.
Sincerely, Edward J. White" 


Wedge 4

Withhold final accounting


Edward White does not carry out Jean O'Connell's instructions of May 1985 - "First thing is to have the final accounting  based on the same figures as in the first accounting. Send it to me - Do I have to sign it." 

Fourteen months later, on June 26, 1986, the Attorney Edward White tells the CPA Joanne Barnes to begin the final accounting ("At last, we are ready to file the final Accounting in this case. 
In order to spare you having to mail documents back and forth, I am notifying Jo Ann Barnes to begin the accounting and sending her a copy of the Agreement wherein your son and Mr. Higham acknowledge receipt of the Trust property. 
Miss Barnes will contact you at the time your signature is needed.)
Sincerely, Edward J. White"  

1986.05.27   (Edward White to Robert McCandlish, copy to Jean O'Connell)
"I represent Mrs. Jean M. O'Connell, Executor of the captioned Estate.  Mrs. O'Connell received your notice of May 16, 1986, concerning the delinquent account.
The accounting in this case has been prepared by Mrs. O'Connell's accounting firm.  This accounting will be a second and final accounting.  However, the will established a trust and Mrs. O'Connell's son has been most difficult in coming to terms on qualifying as trustee of the trust.  Both Mr. Henry Mackall, who represents the trustee, and I have been working diligently on this case.
In order to prevent my client from incurring double bills from her accountant and increased other fees,  I would respectfully request a short extension of the accounting period so that the trustee can qualify and this matter may be completely closed.  Thank you
Sincerely, Edward J. White"  

1986.06.26   (Edward White to Joanne Barnes, copy to Jean O'Connell)
"I represent Mrs. Jean O'Connell in the above referenced matter.
We are now ready to file the Final Accounting.  Enclosed is a document entitled Agreement, paragraph 1 of which acknowledges receipt of the property. 
If you need any other documents, please contact me or Mrs. O'Connell.
Thank you.
Sincerely, Edward J. White"  

1986.06.26   (Edward White to Jean O'Connell)
"At last, we are ready to file the final Accounting in this case. 
In order to spare you having to mail documents back and forth, I am notifying Jo Ann Barnes to begin the accounting and sending her a copy of the Agreement wherein your son and Mr. Higham acknowledge receipt of the Trust property. 
Miss Barnes will contact you at the time your signature is needed.
Sincerely, Edward J. White"  

1986.08.08   (Edward White to Robert McCandlish, opy to Jean O'Connell)
"Enclosed is the Fourth and Final Accounting in the captioned estate with your checks in the amounts of $35.00 and $25.00.
Please note that the Trustees have qualified in this case and the attached agreement is submitted as a receipt for the trust property.
The vouchers for the real estate taxes paid by Mrs. O'Connell add to more than the amount stated but in this case it makes no difference.
Sincerely, Edward J. White"