I have written numerous complaints and even tort claims against the sexual abuse in the N.J. civil commitment scheme, but to no avail. I need the public to know that the prison trashes legal papers that I write. My first complaint was about an officer at ADTC in Avenel, N.J. prison. He came in my dorm to use the urinal. He called my name and when I got there he asked me to look at his d….. He has done this more than once. The same officer calls me to his desk and asks me if I want to suck his d….. inside the office behind his desk. This, too, happened more than once. I sent letters to adbusman about the abuse. SID came to speak to me which was an investigation interview. I sent a tort claim notice, and the prison ADTC got the legal mail and trashed it. They then shipped me to East Jersey State prison. I need a lawyer to help me sue them.
Then at the new prison a security guard threatened me that he would put me with a “Big guy” but will tell him not to hurt me, but to use vaseline to make it more slippery. I wrote that up and SID spoke with me and got my report. I sent a tort letter, and again the prison trashed the legal paperwork. I need a lawyer to help me sue them.
Now October 22, 2018, I have stamped received by Wm Walsh, Clerk, my tort claim about Northern State Prison where I was jumped and hit by around 6 officers. They took me to a single room where nobody was, and beat me up. I need a lawyer to help me sue them.
Our vision for a just future
1. Abolish pre-crime preventative detention laws
2. Free our friends and loved ones from dehumanizing labels
3. Realign our justice system with the values of restoration and reintegration
Just Future Project is a new initiative focused on challenging pre-crime preventative detention laws. We are a people-driven grassroots advocacy campaign dedicated to building a movement of community members demanding an end to indefinite detention regimes.
Why Is This Important?
Pre-crime preventative detention systems are a dangerous departure from the traditional values of our legal system.
We believe in justice, that persons who have caused harm may be held accountable for their actions. But justice also demands proportionality and due process, elements essential to distinguish justice from mere vengeance. The goal of any true system of justice must be restoration and re-integration, not the perpetual containment and incapacitation that have come to define the U.S. criminal legal system.