By Larry Getlen.
They were brought before Judge Mark A. Ciavarella and, without warning or the chance to offer a defense, found themselves pronounced guilty, shackled and sentenced to months of detention in a cockroach-infested jail.
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They were trapped in the juvenile justice system for years, robbing most of them of their entire high-school experience. Kenzakoski was diagnosed with ADD before he was 10 and drinking by 14, and his parents were so worried about him that his father developed a plan to scare him teens.
In hidden cams upskirt film, Bodnar recalls how, shackled and torn from his home for saying a dirty word, he approached the facility on a convict bus and saw the foot razor wire. After her release from incarceration, Transue returned to school with a stigma, viewed as a criminal by her teachers and under watch from her probation officer, who kept an office in the school.
Mark Ciavarella was elected to a year-term as Luzerne County judge inon a platform of getting cast on teen crime.
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Much admired for his stance, he was a frequent speaker at schools and was re-elected in Knowing he was sending children to a run-down detention facility, Ciavarella decided a new one was needed and approached power for Judge Michael Conahan, who assembled an investor group to build a private, for-profit detention facility named PA Child Care.
After his initial release, Bodnar, now 24, was shipped off to a military academy. He now works as a cook.
Transue, 22, eventually graduated cash college. A fender-bender landed Kenzakoski back in court when he was