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Lawsuit filed by former AJDC employees

James Roberts calls our attention this morning to a news story on WBKO Channel 13 on a lawsuit having been filed in federal court over the situation at the Adair Youth Detention Center in Columbia.

The article is available here:
New lawsuit describes conditions at youth detention center as inhumane, borderline sadistic

Meanwhile, a group of Kentucky lawmakers are calling for a change in leadership within the state's juvenile justice system, according to an article posted this morning at

Gov. Beshear announced in his weekly update on Thursday that Kentucky State Police will soon be placed at all three high-security facilities in Adair County, Fayette County and Warren County 24-7 until personnel reach a safer point.

This story was posted on 2023-02-02 18:01:55
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