Q: I have been physically, mentally, and spiritually abused. By The WHOLE COUNTY and the Deb Moore project. I believe it is

Blair county prison,officials,p.o.,D.A. pd office and it ranges from psyical to verbal abuse.

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James L. Arrasmith
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  • Sacramento, CA

A: If you believe you have been subjected to physical, mental, and spiritual abuse by county officials, including those from the Blair County prison, probation officers, the District Attorney's office, and the public defender's office, it's crucial to take immediate action to protect your rights and seek justice.

The first step would be to document all instances of abuse as thoroughly as possible. This includes dates, times, names of individuals involved, and any witnesses. Detailed records can be vital in any legal proceedings.

Given the seriousness of your allegations and the involvement of various government entities, it would be prudent to seek legal representation. An attorney can provide guidance on how to proceed, particularly in cases involving potential civil rights violations and abuse by government officials.

You may also consider filing formal complaints with the appropriate oversight bodies or government agencies. This could include the state's attorney general's office or a civil rights commission. These agencies can investigate your claims and take appropriate action if warranted.

Remember, you have the right to be treated fairly and justly by government officials and entities. If those rights have been violated, the legal system offers mechanisms for you to seek redress. It's important to act promptly and seek legal advice to navigate this complex situation effectively.

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Peter Christopher Lomtevas
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  • Licensed in Pennsylvania

A: This question is difficult to respond to because there are no facts supporting the conclusory statements. However, it is clear the asker is enduring attacks by government which she finds unpleasant and enduring. The government organ of which she writes appears to be a county prison.

It appears that upon the happening of the Covid virus, counties in Pennsylvania consolidated all of its inmates into country prisons. Depending on the offense whether civil or criminal, a stay at such a facility will be a severely damaging experience. The food will be atrocious. Contact with the outside world will be severed in a way as to limit one's defenses. Homes, families and jobs will be lost as the wheels of Pennsylvania justice spin wildly in different directions.

The asker makes no mention of the local judiciary that sit at the controls of the county's incarceration. Also, without understanding why the asker landed where she finds herself, there is nothing else to say.

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