The Immigrants' Daughter chronicles the growth of corruption, its highs... its lows, from the early nineteenth century, through the romantic '20s and '30s to the present egregious courtroom dramas. It uncovers the obscene abuse she suffered at the hands of her family and the California Court System. In her unrelenting fight for justice and truth, she found a love - few have ever known.
The immigrants' daughter created her own fortune from scratch and gave faith, hope, and love to others-even her enemies. The author witnessed, in part, the corrupt, inconsolable crimes committed against her by her two sons, and Los Angeles and Santa Barbara Counties, which led to the most bizarre rape ever pulled off by California court judges. They stripped her of her good name, her reputation, her lifetime achievements, her entrepreneurship, and her fortune.
A depraved woman medical doctor, fraudulently assisted by the Santa Maria District Attorney and her attorney lover, diagnosed her as having a mental disorder, then Dementia and finally Alzheimer's. They had the Santa Barbara Alzheimer's Association award her a scholarship to a Senior Day Care facility. In essence she was branded as insane when there was nothing wrong with her mental capacities. She did nothing wrong. She was then disqualified from testifying against the corrupt judiciary. This is her story!