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In a statement read during the conference, the front claimed that the attacks on the Shura Council by judges aim to turn the constitution into a worthless document, where "freedoms are not granted and rights are not protected".
The Doha Peace process, which was nothing more than a circus for those seeking per diems and personal enrichment, produced a worthless document, a fake LJM movement, and Tijani Seisi as leader.
BOISE, Idaho, March 11 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A living will or advance directive for end of life care may soon be worthless documents in Idaho if state legislators have their way - and that's news that has older Idahoans outraged.
Those include scams to sell worthless documents to immigrants, sell worthless trusts to the elderly, promise legal services that were never delivered, cause harm by providing poor services, and even one group that granted divorces in its self-established "court.
Mrs Benson said: "An 87-year-old woman pre-paid for a funeral and was given a worthless document from Wood who kept her money.
Mrs Benson said: "In one case an 87-year-old organised a pre-paid funeral and was provided with a worthless document from the accused who took the money.
A 1996 report by the LAPD found that $19 million was stolen that year through the use of worthless documents.
Mrs Benson said: "In one case an 87-year-old woman pre-paid for a funeral and was provided with a worthless document from the accused who took her money.