The Charlie Thrash Story

Charlie Thrash’s family hasn’t seen him since March 6, 2019
That’s when Judge Oscar Kazen ordered Charlie isolated.
Charlie Thrash hasn’t been seen in 638 days.
Charlie Thrash was a happy, wealthy, 78 year-old, living the good life in San Antonio, Texas, with his common-law wife of six years, Laura Thrash, and Laura’s three adult children.

After a life of astute business practices and investments, Charlie owned two airplanes, a hangar at Boerne, TX airport, a condominium, multiple commercial properties used in his automotive businesses, and at least 10 collectible/vintage hot-rods, including a Shelby Mustang and 2 vintage motorcycles. Charlie had cash assets to match, as well as monthly income to support his lifestyle.

Then, in 2016, Charlie Thrash made, what some in Shavano Park, Texas, a community of 4,000 residents that is surrounded by the City of San Antonio, decided was a ‘mistake.’ Charlie Thrash made the ‘mistake’ of thinking he could own a home in Shavano Park, and that he would be welcome there.

Shavano Park’s average educational level among adults is post-graduate, but Charlie Thrash only had a high school diploma. And Charlie had more money, many more automobiles, and a younger common-law wife than is common for Shavano Park, and that didn’t sit well, evidently, with the Mayor of Shavano Park, taxation and probate attorney Robert B Werner and his wife, a professional guardian, Mary Werner, both residing at 310 Fawn Dr, Shavano Park, TX 78231.

Mayor Werner and Mary had been prominent political and financial supporters of their down-the-street neighbor, Bexar County Probate Judge Oscar Kazen, residing at 106 Fawn Dr, Shavano Park, TX 78231. After Mayor Werner & Mary threw at least one public party supporting the candidacy of their neighbor Oscar Kazen on Sept 8, 2018, to be the next Probate Judge of Bexar County, within one month of Oscar Kazen being installed as Judge, on Jan 29, 2019 Mary Werner was awarded the guardianship of Charlie Thrash — by her neighbor, and one of two possible Bexar County judges capable of giving Mary professional guardianship employment — Probate Judge Oscar Kazen.

Charlie was removed from his home on March 6, 2019, and hasn’t been seen — upon Orders of Judge Oscar Kazen — his common-law wife Laura Martinez-Thrash, nor his adopted adult children, Brittany, Joe, or Michelle, since that date. On Charlie’s 82nd birthday – November 25, 2020, it will 631 days since Charlie Thrash has been seen by his wife and family. You can watch a brief Introduction to the Guardianship of Charlie Thrash on YouTube.

Also lost, along with Charlie’s liberties, is an estimated $3 Million in Charlie’s liquidated assets, with the resulting cash put at the disposal of the attorneys, arguing on behalf of the wife of the Mayor of Shavano Park, and Charlie Thrash’s professional guardian, Mary Werner, and the Guardian of Charlie Thrash’s Estate (money) to continue to hold Charlie incommunicado in a guardianship against his wishes. The lawyers are able to do this by misquoting the law, and none of the Judges reviewing this case, care to rebuke the attorneys who have misused the law.

List of Charlie’s property sold off to create cash to pay the attorneys arguing to keep Charlie in guardianship?

Charlie’s 310 Harvard Oak home
his condominium
his hangar at Boerne Airport
his airplanes
his prized Corvette, trucks, cars
his prized Harley motorcycles
his prized Triumph motorcycles
his gun collection
his personal jewelry – Rolex watch, 14K gold Cadillac signet ring, 14K gold class ring
his safe deposit box at Frost Bank, believed to have contained $100,000+/- cash, jewelry, coins & other valuables – all seized by Tonya Barina, who has not provided any inventory
his businesses on West Ave, including all equipment, tools, and inventory
his livelihood and a means of earning money

You can help free Charlie Thrash from his guardianship — Sign our petition & share it widely.

If you live in the US, become knowledgeable about guardianship and it’s potential for abuse in your community. Protect yourself and your loved ones, because we could all be Charlie Thrash.

The Netflix documentary series episode “Guardianship, Inc.” in the 2nd season of Dirty Money, produced by Academy Award-winner Alex Gibney, is a good place to get acquainted with how abusive guardianships destroy lives in every manner possible: physically, spiritually, financially, emotionally – in every way possible, the Ward is systematically dismembered, and rendered into a piece of property, owned by the courts.

Think it can’t happen in America? Think again.
Have you seen Charlie Thrash’s story, part of Netflix series Dirty Money’s “Guardianship, Inc.” episode?

Click on this image to watch the 55 minute episode that exposes the dirty, greedy side of lawyers & courts targeting the wealthy, and stripping them of everything, including court orders, isolating the wards from any family or friends, through ‘legal’ guardianship.


Last Updated on 10/21/2021 by Fly

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