Cleland: 'Kids for Cash' Arose from
Human Failures of Greed, Corruption


On the day a Luzerne County jury started deliberating in the case of Judge Mark Ciavarella, Judge John Cleland was at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford talking about the "Kids for Cash" scandal and Interbranch Commission on Juvenile Justice, which he chaired.

You can listen to his presentation by following the links below.

Part 1

You can watch the 20/20 videos:

Video 1

Video 2

Video 3

Part 2

Part 3 (question and answer session)

In Part 4 Cleland talks about a boy who's story sticks with him.

Pictured, Judge Cleland and a group of students Dr. Tony Gaskew described as "some of the most talented and brightest criminal justice students we have at UPB."

You can read some of our previous stories about Kids for Cash here.


Comments

Marcia L. Neil said…
Actually, 'Kids for Cash' as a catchprase reply to call-demand strategies originally referred to recovery methods that might (wrongfully) be used to contain a mucousal-artifact oracle-bead from its placement beneath a limestone roadside-rest/monument ('kid gloves' now cotton), that has content-imagery showing the world's precious-metal deposits when they were intact. The phrase also alludes to childhood church attendance wearing all the right things, but without leeway to speak unless spoken to or unless questioned in the purported religious settings -- meaning that discovery info about mucousal-artifact could not be delivered to clergy.
Anonymous said…
So glad someone videotaped Judge Cleland's presentation at UPB. Thank you Anne for posting this.

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