Just Speechless……

When someone is used to committing fraud, the simplest of tasks becomes difficult.  In PA, when someone doesn’t pay their parking tickets, they turn into Summary Offenses with much bigger fines then the original ticket.Guess who is not immune to this?  Since this blog is about fraud, I post this solely to help the reader get the full picture of his character.

And we are not just a single offender this year:

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Fraud Update……

I have amazing news…..  My review/blog is truly paying off.  Yet another person has come forward that they identified that Dean K. Ziegler has committed fraud against them.  This person said they were googling this character to get his phone number as their cell phone was destroyed by water.  In the process, they came up against all the fraud articles and my information about Dean K. Ziegler.  I was contacted for information on what they should do next.  I kindly advised on his current probationary status with the Department of State and let them know there is already word that he is being actively investigated.  I suggested they contact the DA and report their findings and continue to go to the practice and act like nothing is wrong.  I also filled them in on completing a state complaint form to advise on what happened to them with Dean K. Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic.

It is so great that my word is getting out and people are learning about Dean K. Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic.  Thank you all for sharing in the experience.  I never felt so rewarded as I do now.  As more and more people learn about this character, the right thing will be done.

Comical Harassment update….

I was like LOL, ROLFL, (whatever those acronyms are) when I stopped by to pick up the other two Harassment complaints Dean K. Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic filed against me.  At his Insurance Fraud hearing, He was called a Spin Doctor and was noted for using Misdirection.  Well….  If anything, this idiot is consistent. When he was charged with fraud, he was blaming his attorney for his conviction, even though he pled guilty.  Now, He is caught again committing fraud. What he will do is when he is questioned on it he will say, LOOK, I FILLED A HARASSMENT COMPLAINT AGAINST SOMEONE WHICH MAKES ME INNOCENT.  I am so glad he is digging himself into his own hole.  The more he does, the deeper it gets.  I won’t comment any more on the stupidity…. but you can make your own judgement just by reading these.  Ill put all three up including the original harassment complaint.  You will definitely get a kick out of this:

Dean K. Ziegler fraud update……

It turns out the District Attorney’s insurance fraud team has been in contact with the individual that filed the complaint I spoke of earlier.  We are one step closer to ending fraud done yet again by Dean K. Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic.

I had spoken with two individuals of the fraud team prior.  One thing I informed them of was how he documents patient exams and works his billing processes.  He creates notes by using a bell curve when documenting patient pain scales and intensity. Then, his computer program automatically creates a note although no actual patient exam was done.  I spoke to them for a good hour and a half. I’m not going to share everything I spoke about as there is no need to divulge everything for the benefit of Dean K Ziegler if he should find out about this blog.

The individual states they had a lengthy conversation and shared much of what they noticed. Much was also colaborated with what I told them.

Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic may have filed three frivolous harassment complaints against me. But, he is in for it more as Karma always has a way of getting square with people.

Allentown chiropractor sentenced to prison for insurance fraud, attacking girlfriend

This is my favorite news article about Dean K. Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic.  It deserves a repost.
prison cell, jail cell

An Allentown chiropractor was sentenced to prison for defrauding insurance companies.In an unrelated case, he was also sentenced to prison for attacking his girlfriend and throwing her down a flight of stairs.
Dean Ziegler, 49, previously pleaded guilty to one count of insurance fraud, admitting he billed several companies for more than $6,000 of work he did not complete, according to court records.
Ziegler also previously admitted he broke his girlfriend’s nose and threw her down the stairs at his business, which was at his home on the 100 block of South 14th Street.

“I believe I’m a good and caring doctor who always cares about my patients,” Ziegler said today before Lehigh County Judge Maria Dantos.
“If I could change what happened, I would,” he said. “I can only change myself and what lies ahead, and what lies ahead relies solely upon myself.”

Ziegler was sentenced to four to 12 months for the insurance fraud and one to 11 months for simple assault. In all, he faces up to almost two years in Lehigh County Prison.
Ziegler requested house arrest or immediate work release so he could continue working until his chiropractor license is revoked.
But Dantos said Ziegler minimized his crimes in private with his probation officer. She said she did not believe he was truly remorseful.

“You’re not as smart as you think you are,” Dantos said.

She rejected the request for house arrest, and made him eligible for work release only after half his sentence is served.
Glenn McGogney, Ziegler’s defense attorney, said Ziegler’s girlfriend has professed her love for Ziegler since the attack and wished to be reconcile with him.
McGogney hoped house arrest would allow Ziegler to work off his $6,300 in restitution, as well as pay child support for his 9-year-old daughter in Iowa.
But Lehigh County Senior Deputy District Attorney David Mussel echoed Dantos’ claims that Ziegler had not fully taken responsibility for the crime, calling him a “spin doctor.”

“He’s been talking a lot in circles, a lot of misdirection,” Mussel said. “In a sense, judge, he thinks everyone is dumber than he is.”

Ziegler was released today to take care of his affairs and work and will report back to prison Friday to begin his sentence, Dantos said.
In exchange for pleading guilty to insurance fraud, 15 related felony charges were withdrawn, according to court records.
Ziegler could have faced up to seven years for the insurance fraud charge and up to two years for the simple assault charge, according to state law.

SUPREME COURT HOLDING Snyder v. Phelps

FACTS OF THE CASE:

Fred Phelps and his followers at the Westboro Baptist Church believe that God punishes the United States for its tolerance of homosexuality, particularly within the military. To demonstrate their beliefs, Phelps and his followers often picket at military funerals.
Albert Snyder’s son, Lance Corporal Matthew Snyder, was killed in the line of duty in Iraq in 2006. Westboro picketed Matthew Snyder’s funeral displaying signs that stated, for instance, “God Hates the USA/Thank God for 9/11,” “Thank God for Dead Soldiers,” and “Don’t Pray for the USA.” The church notified local authorities in advance that they intended to picket the funeral, staged the picket on public land adjacent to a public street, and complied with all police instructions. Church members also sang hymns and recited Bible verses.

Although Albert Snyder could see the tops of the picket signs on the day of the funeral, he could not read what was written on them and it was not until he saw a news story about the funeral and the picketing that he became aware of the church’s message. Snyder sued Phelps and the church claiming, among other things, that their actions caused him severe emotional distress. In defense, Phelps argued that his speech (the picketing and the signs) was protected under the Free Speech Clause of the First Amendment to the Constitution.   

HOLDING:

The Supreme Court’s holding turned largely on its determination that the church was speaking on “matters of public concern” as opposed to “matters of purely private significance.” The Court explained that “[s]peech deals with matters of public concern when it can ‘be fairly considered as relating to any matter of political, social, or other concern to the community’ or when it ‘is a subject of general interest and of value and concern to the public.'” Speech on public issues is entitled to special protection under the First Amendment because it serves the “the principle that debate on public issues should be uninhibited, robust, and wide-open.” To determine whether the speech dealt with matters of public concern, the Court examined the “content, form, and context” of the speech. The court noted that none of these factors determines the outcome of the case and that a court must evaluate all the circumstances of the speech, “including what was said, where it was said, and how it was said.”

Even though some of the picket signs arguably targeted only the Snyder family, most of them addressed issues regarding the moral conduct of the U.S., the fate of the U.S., and homosexuality in the military. As such, the “overall thrust and dominant theme” of the speech related to broader public issues. Furthermore, the church was picketing on public land adjacent to a public street. Finally, there was no pre-existing relationship between Westboro’s speech and Snyder that might suggest that the speech on public matters was intended to mask an attack on Snyder over a private matter. Therefore, the Court held that the Phelps and his followers were “speaking” on matters of public concern on public property and thus, were entitled to protection under the First Amendment.
Argued: October 6, 2010
Decided: March 2, 2011
Vote: 8-1
Majority opinion  written by Chief Justice Roberts and joined by Justices Scalia, Kennedy, Thomas, Ginsburg, Breyer, Sotomayor, and Kagan.
Concurring opinion  written by Justice Breyer.
Dissenting opinion  written by Justice Alito.

New Avenue of information…

As a matter of public concern, it is important that the information about the history of Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic get out. To get the most exposure possible I have added another website.  This will focus on just fraud related activities and this blog will entail Fraud, prevention, and harassment updates.

Does Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic have a leg to stand on??

     As I eagerly await my day in court where Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic filed a Harassment charge against me for posting reviews and posting blogs, I realize more and more that he is full for it. The more he wants to silence me, the more I realize that things that hide under rocks don’t like exposure to light and the guilty always have a need of hiding from who they are.  Of course he doesn’t want people to know about his past. But as a matter of public concern, people deserve to know.
     I only hope that I am able to make a good case that he has violated Title 18 Pa. Cons. Stat. sections § 4906 (False reports to law enforcement authorities), § 4910 (Tampering with or fabricating physical evidence.), and § 4904.  (Unsworn falsification to authorities).  
     According to the order from the Department of State: 
“Respondent shall abide by and obey all laws of the United States, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and its political subdivisions  and all rules and regulations and laws pertaining to the practice of the profession in this Commonwealth or any other state or jurisdiction in which Respondent  holds a license  to  practice  the profession.    Summary  traffic violations shall  not constitute a violation of this order.”
     Violation would result in his license probation being retracted and Dean K. Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic will be suspended for the remaining 5 years of the order.
     With all the information I have, I know I will prove that I committed no criminal harassment.  I have the First Amendment on my side and also the law in regards to the Harassment Statute.  The challenge will be to get him to stumble up, which might not be hard because from his Fraud Plea Hearing, he was known as the “Spin Doctor”.  He never feels he does anything wrong.  As Judge Dantos said: Ziegler minimized his crimes in private with his probation officer. She said she did not believe he was truly remorseful.  His fraud history doesn’t only relate to Insurance.  It also is imbedded in the very fabric of his every being.
     This hearing date can’t come soon enough……

Local District attorney, Jim Martin sues a blogger….

This story came across my facebook page.  District Attorney Jim Martin is suing an individual in CIVIL court for ruining his reputation.  See….  The DAs know this stuff isn’t criminal otherwise he would have filed a private criminal complaint against the blogger.  No wonder why they disapproved Dean K Zieglers’ private criminal complaint against me.  I wish the morning call would do a story about my situation.

The story is in the Morning Call:

CLICK HERE TO READ THE STORY

Harassment update…

   Received a call from the District Attorneys office today.  I was informed incorrectly about how many private criminal complaints Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic filed against me.  Turns out he filed 3 for Harassment and all 3 were disapproved. They provided as an option, if wanted, to file a summary harassment at the magistrate on his own. But the DAs office was not getting involved. They know there is no criminal harassment involved. So now I wait for the case to be changed to another venue (As magistrate Manescu wants nothing to do with Dean K Ziegler of Ziegler Chiropractic)  and receive a court date.  I feel really worried (NOT!)