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  • #16
    Originally posted by MacOtac View Post
    Pestinikas and his wife verbally agreed to provide food, medicine, and other necessities to a sick and elderly 92-year-old man. Unfortunately, Pestinikas and his wife failed to provide the food and medical care they had been paid to provide. The state can prove that the 92-year-old man’s death was caused by this failure and that the man died of malnutrition and exposure.
    Under the criminal code of California, could criminal charges be brought against Pestinikas? What possible charge could be issued?
    Wait...didn't CA make all family caregivers for the disabled & elderly state employees with union protection? So the answer is....Pestinikis and his wife have rights to representation from their union. It's a labor issue only. You should be sorry you even asked the question. The democratic, union-loving gov, lt. gov, and AG-elects will see that your malicious investigation of Pestinikis will be dealt with severely...now, go find a pollutor, a gas-guzzler, or a gun-owner to investigate.
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    • #17
      Ill bite:

      The man was sick and 92 years old. The end was inevitable (as it is for everyone) and very near for him, plus he made it well past the current male life expectancy. Pestinikas probably just got busy with his own life and had a civil dispute with the old guy, who died before he could resolve it. There is no possibly way for the state to prove the causes were more than just an old man dying of old age. Furthermore, the case has no jury appeal. ten eight.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by nobodyjr View Post
        Ill bite:

        The man was sick and 92 years old. The end was inevitable (as it is for everyone) and very near for him, plus he made it well past the current male life expectancy. Pestinikas probably just got busy with his own life and had a civil dispute with the old guy, who died before he could resolve it. There is no possibly way for the state to prove the causes were more than just an old man dying of old age. Furthermore, the case has no jury appeal. ten eight.
        That is where you are wrong... The state can prove that the 92-year-old man’s death was caused by this failure and that the man died of malnutrition and exposure......?

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