Today July 3, 2017 We mourn the passing of Ginger Franklin from Tennessee. Ginger’s life changed in the blink of an eye when she fell down a flight of stairs and suffered a traumatic brain injury. She was in a coma for weeks and when she woke up, she had been conserved and everything she had worked so hard for was gone, including her freedom and her rights.

July 5, 2017 by Lulu

Today, we mourn the passing of Ginger Franklin from Tennessee.

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National Association to STOP Guardian Abuse

Today, we mourn the passing of Ginger Franklin from Tennessee. Ginger’s life changed in the blink of an eye when she fell down a flight of stairs and suffered a traumatic brain injury. She was in a coma for weeks and when she woke up, she had been conserved and everything she had worked so hard for was gone, including her freedom and her rights.

Ginger hadn’t been expected to survive the trauma of the fall but she did. After her recovery, her conservator ignored her pleas to terminate the conservatorship and so did the judge. The system didn’t just let Ginger down, it used Ginger and exploited her for its own benefit – at her expense and to her detriment. She survived even that and eventually was freed from the conservatorship, thanks to help from her good friends and a fellow ward.

Ginger’s story was often reported (along with others) in The Tennessean who was keeping a close eye on courtroom at the time. http://www.wsmv.com/story/15205936/woman-files-complaint-against-judge

Her heart is free now and she no longer is in pain. We will miss her.

This is a picture of Ginger (left) and her buddy, Mary Ann, after Ginger was released from conservatorship. Godspeed Ginger.

http://stopguardianabuse.org/victim-pro…/ginger-franklin-tn/