2010
04.22

I just learned about Kate Schaeffer’s complaint filed in April 2008. It would seem Kate is able to file a police complaint by email from outside the country even when she has not had any contact with me in over 2 years.

Kate apparently was so compelled to report that I was dangerous. The sick part of this is that it is SO far from correct. Did anyone tell Kate about the people whose lives were NOT saved? Seems they are describing another situation that happened a few years ago.

Did anyone tell Kate that Robert Angst’s brother, when under pressure of being criminally investigated, shot and killed his pregnant wife, his child and himself? How about how he reloaded the gun several times? How about firing shots into his pregnant wife making certain he also killed the baby? How about firing into his own pre-school child? And then commiting suicide? Robert Angst would know what people do when under pressure. Robert Angst worked with his brother. Both were lawyers. Robert was also the beneficiary on the insurance policies of his brother, and his brother’s wife.

Pretty damn sick, Kate. Were you following the directions of a sociopath when you concocted your story?

From the police report dated April 14, 2008:

“I was provided a printout of an email complaint from a Kate Schaeffer, who does not reside in the United States. Schaeffer stated that she has viewed a website from a man (Healy) that lives in our township and is very dangerous. Further, she stated in her email that Healy mentions suicide, homicide and has been threatening his family with text messages. To this date the Montgomery Township PD has not received any police reports from the alleged victims. Schaeffer stated that Healy has also sent emails to ACTS Retirement Community and has stated at he will go to Alterra to visit Mrs Healy’s parents.”

– Terance Healy hadn’t communicated with Kate in any way since May 2007.
– The report comes along at a time when Sonya Healy had just been found in contempt regarding the Robbery.
– There is no suicide, homicide or threats. (But they keep trying to say there are.)
– Terance Healy had made numerous complaints to Montgomery PD. All of which were ignored. HE IS THE REAL VICTIM.
– Sonya Healy worked at ACTS Retirement Community, the implication of sending emails to senior citizens is wrong.
– Terance Healy asked to visit his in-laws at Alterra. I knew that showing up would be presented as threatening. I have done everything in my power to avoid those accusations. They make false accusations anyway. I never did get to see them before they passed. In my last conversation with Lee Pursel, I mentioned that Sonya was not getting good advice from the people in her life and she was destroying everyone’s lives in the process.

From the newspaper covering the murder suicide:

Gunshots Killed Family, Coroner Says
October 04, 1994 The Morning Call
The Montgomery County coroner’s office ruled multiple gunshot wounds as the cause of the death in the murder-suicide of Thomas E. Angst, 31, his wife, and the couple’s son, Loren.

The autopsies were performed Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Cynthia Angst, also 31, and Loren were shot several times throughout their bodies. Thomas Angst apparently shot himself twice in the stomach and once in the head.

There was no sign that any of the wounds to Angst’s wife and son were from defensive movements, the coroner said.

The Angsts were discovered Thursday in their home in Lower Salford Township. Montgomery County prosecutors said on the day of the shootings that Angst shot his wife and son before shooting himself.

A .22-caliber handgun was found in Angst’s hand when the bodies were discovered.

Angst had law offices in Skippack, Montgomery County, and in Pottsville, Schuylkill County. Authorities said Angst was being investigated by the state Supreme Court’s disciplinary board for his handling of clients’ money.

The Montgomery County district attorney’s office also was investigating whether Angst misappropriated $700,000 in clients’ funds.

In Schuylkill County, Angst was being investigated for possibly misappropriating $200,000. Though he knew of the Supreme Court investigation, Montgomery County prosecutors said that he was not aware of the county’s investigation.

On Friday, the Montgomery County district attorney’s office closed its investigation into the shootings.

And another newspaper article:

Brother Fights For Dead Lawyer’s Insurance
November 27, 1994|by FRANK DEVLIN, The Morning Call
When Montgomery County attorney Thomas Angst took the lives of his pregnant wife, 3-year-old son and himself two months ago, he was on the brink of economic and professional collapse.

The 31-year-old lawyer’s law practice was hopelessly behind in payments to scores of creditors, from utility companies to office equipment suppliers, said David J. Schiller, the court-appointed attorney whose job it is to close down the firm.

And he was being investigated by the state Supreme Court’s disciplinary board and the counties of Montgomery and Schuylkill for allegedly embezzling money from clients.

His $250,000 home on a leafy street in Lower Salford Township and the two luxury cars parked out front may have looked impressive. But Angst left behind so little in assets that no one has come forward to identify estate assets, Schiller said.

But there are a couple of plums included in the sad legacy of Thomas Angst, said Schiller: two life insurance policies worth $1.5 million taken out in the name of Angst and his 31-year-old wife, Cynthia.

Earlier this month, that windfall became the subject of a legal battle pitting Angst’s brother, the secondary beneficiary of both policies, against Schiller, who says Angst’s creditors and the clients he allegedly stole from are entitled to the money.

In U.S. District Court in Philadelphia, Schiller said, Robert Angst has sued two insurance carriers, accusing Royal Maccabees and Federal Kemper Insurance of withholding the $1.5 million he believes is due him. The delay, the suit says, is because of a request by Schiller.

And in Montgomery County Court, Schiller said, he has asked that the money be placed in escrow, pending a ruling on who is the proper beneficiary of the policy. Schiller said the insurance companies “are ready and willing to pay the money. It’s just a matter of who they’re going to pay the money to.”

Despite the suicide, Schiller said, both companies have indicated they would honor the policies because more than two years elapsed between the time they were purchased and the time of the suicide.

Schiller said creditors and theft victims should get the money, even though the policies indicate Robert Angst, because the policies were purchased by Thomas Angst with stolen money.

“The thrust is, Angst stole money, took the money, put it into a corporate account and purchased life insurance policies,” Schiller said. An argument can be made that the policies were firm assets, and not personal ones, because they were purchased through firm accounts, he said.

Schiller said Angst, who did a lot of estate work, stole from clients by writing estate checks out to himself. “It appears that the stealing has gone back a couple years,” said Schiller, adding that his findings are based on examinations of the firm’s banking records and ledgers.

Schiller added that he did not want to discuss his strategy, but indicated he would base it on an argument like this: If a man steals money and gives it to his brother, the brother should not be allowed to keep the booty.

Robert Angst’s lawyer, Louis Sinatra Jr., said the origin of the money used to purchase the policies was irrelevant. Robert Angst, a 25-year-old law clerk at the firm, was the beneficiary and should receive the money, his lawyer said. Sinatra said Schiller’s attempt to “follow (allegedly stolen) money into insurance proceeds … is a very difficult thing to do.”

“As far as we know,” Sinatra added, “no one has prevailed in this commonwealth under any theories” similar to the one offered by Schiller. “I think that Robert (Angst) is clearly the beneficiary,” Sinatra said.

Schiller said that in addition to being behind on bills and being accused of theft, Angst also failed to forward $130,000 to the Internal Revenue Service that he had withheld from employees’ paychecks to pay Social Security and other taxes. In accordance with IRS policy, Schiller explained, firm employees will be given full credit for the tax money that should have been paid in their names. However, those employees have also been shorted two weeks of pay. They were due to get their paychecks around the day of the murder-suicide. Schiller said the IRS and the employees should get some of the insurance money.

Before shooting himself, Angst shot his wife and son Loren several times. Authorities said he reloaded three times and fired about 25 shots. The bodies were found in the home’s family room.

Angst had law offices in Skippack, Montgomery County, and in Pottsville, Schuylkill County. Authorities said Angst was being investigated by the state Supreme Court’s disciplinary board for his handling of clients’ money.

The Montgomery County district attorney’s office was also investigating whether Angst misappropriated $700,000 in clients’ money.

In Schuylkill County, Angst was being investigated for possibly misappropriating $143,000 from the estate of a former Pottsville factory worker.

Some of the money was allegedly transferred to Montgomery County banks, according to Schuylkill County authorities, while other amounts were transferred between estates.

Authorities have said that Angst was aware of the Supreme Court investigation and had made a call to the disciplinary board and asked how he could have voluntarily relinquished his license.

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