Jury Sides With Former Sheriff In Video Lawsuit

The Associated Press


WILKES-BARRE, Pa. (AP) - The delousing video might have been amateur - and maybe not such a great idea in retrospect - but it didn't violate a former deputy's rights.

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  • ELois P. Clayton


    Would this be the same as a "SW"(namely Travis Nottmiar), VIOLATING a patient's privacy, by allowing another inmate/patient(especially one who assaulted this patient), in his office at the SAME time, this "sw", is handling this patients personal business";(hypothetically speaking)!

    ALERT! The patient who's privacy WAS VIOLATED, was assaulted by the invader and the "sw" allowed the invader to be in the same office, while this INCOMPETENT socialworker, handled the patient's (who was assaulted by the perpetrator) business, EXPOSING this patients personal business to someone who has assaulted him. AND exposing this patient to possible MORE assaults!

    This "socialworker", should be FIRE, for he was WELL AWARE, of the MISCONDUCT he was performing!...This "socialworker", has since, had ANOTHER complaint filed against him, for MORE bad conduct.

    ATTN: This "professional" behavior, exist at Chester MHC, in Chester, Illinois, where my family(after years of filing ligitimate complaints), has FINALLY received a 'SUBSTANTIATED" report, on our complaint;looking forward to having MORE of them substantiated!

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