Concord, NH (PressExposure) October 06, 2008 -- Inmate Abuse, Torture, Unexplained Deaths & Civil Rights Violations concerning 1st, 8th and 14th Amendment Rights are being violated daily at the Hillsborough County Department of Corrections (HCDOC) in New Hampshire.
Our Public Officials including the Governor and the Attorney General are well aware of this fact and choose to ignore complaints to what is happening on their watch. Civil suits are filed constantly and cost the tax payers of this county hundreds of thousands of dollars per year to defend and pay restitution to victims that win their suits. The right thing to do and the legal thing to do would be to stop the abuse and violations of inmates' constitutional rights; instead of allowing this criminal behavior to be funded with your tax dollars, as they have for over a decade.
In the site we have listed just a few of the Civil Rights Violations we know about that have been going on for over a decade, and still the State and the County Government allows the torture and abuse to continue and pass the bills to defend these criminal actions on to you and me the tax payers. Governor Lynch knows, the Attorney General knows, the County Commissioner knows and yet the torture and abuse is allowed to continue year after year by the same people.
Whether you care about inmates' rights or not, if you live in New Hampshire or Hillsborough County your tax dollars are being used needlessly to protect and defend this criminal behavior. Isn't it TIME WE ASK THEM WHY this abuse is allowed to continue?
Our Goal is to STOP THE ABUSE, make our public officials take action, and bring the people who abuse inmates to justice since they are criminals and should be treated as such within the constitution of course.
If you have had the displeasure of staying at HCDOC or have a loved one or friend that has and would like to report abuse, torture, civil rights violations, denial of medications or medical treatment, even jail temperature please click below to contact the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division.