$2.5 Mil. Settlement Proposed in Kids-for-Cash Case

, The Legal Intelligencer


Youths who were locked up in the Luzerne County "kids-for-cash" scandal have filed a joint proposal for a $2.5 million settlement with the facilities in which they were sentenced to serve time.

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  • Larry Hohol

    If you have followed this story at all, you are probably thinking something just doesn't sound right. You would be correct. This is one of the worst cases of government cover-up the world has ever seen. NOTHING about this case or these settlements makes any logical sense, but all of the players are acting like justice is being served. All the while many well connected, yet equally guilty parties simply nod their heads and smile.

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