We have been hearing that various people have been receiving "target letters" regarding the corruption investigation of the Juvie Brothers in Luzerne County.
McGruff tells us that WBRE has confirmed some of our local lawyers are expected to appear before a grand jury to answer questions on the PA Child Care matter and the expanding investigation of fixing civil suits.
And the rest of the nation and world is tuned into this story.
This revolting trade in human lives is an incentive to lock people up
When prisons jail kids for cash
And even the Chinese can condem us:
Full Text of Human Rights Record of United States in 2008
Thousands of innocent children have been put into prison by corrupt judges. According to a report of the Spanish newspaper Rebelion on February 20, 2009, among the 5,000 juvenile prisoners in Pennsylvania, an estimated 2,000 were wrongly put into prison by two bribe-taking judges. According to the report, Judge Mark A. Ciavarella Jr. and Michael T. Conahan in the Luzerne County took more than 2.6 million U.S. dollars in kickbacks to send teenagers to two private youth detention centers run by PA Child Care and a Sister company, Western PA Child Care. Most of the teenagers did not have a lawyer to turn to.
Tap of the Gavel to Luzerne County Courthouse News for the national and international links.
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