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Old 11-17-2010, 01:51 PM
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Default Has your loved one had bad dealings with Belmont Corrections CO's?

In 2005 I was incarcerated at Noble Corrections in Ohio for an assault charge. I paid my debt and moved on with my life. As chance would have it, I met a wonderful woman who's ex husband is a co at Belmont Prison. By the way, the reason they are divorced is because he was sleeping with another co at Belmont. Anyway, this co, Brent Wees, found out I was incarcerated in the past and decided to tap into the prison computers and print out all my information and distribute it to the public. Information that is not available such as my visitation list with my children and friends names and addresses. He also decided to inform her parents that her daughter was seeing someone of mixed race. I'm wondering if anyone else has loved ones in Belmont who have had dealings with this CO. I have contacted the prison and they have an investigation ongoing. If your incarcerated loved one's have ever had dealings with this co I urge you to call the prison and inform Mr. Forshey(740-695-5169). This blatant disregard for rules and behavior has to stop with these co's. I was never incarcerated at Belmont and they found a way to violate my rights. Unbelievable!!! Take care everyone. God Bless.
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Old 11-17-2010, 03:10 PM
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Do not ask for Mr. Forshey if you feel the need to contact Belmont Corrections. Just ask for someone in administration.
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Old 11-17-2010, 04:49 PM
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Do not ask for Mr. Forshey if you feel the need to contact Belmont Corrections. Just ask for someone in administration.
If I had a complaint I would ask to talk to the Warden.
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One of the CO's was caught in an internet sting with child pronograph on his computer. Think it is a CO from the camp.
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They also look up the guys charges and make up rules for them and their families at visits!
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They also look up the guys charges and make up rules for them and their families at visits!
That is just not right. Visits are so important to our loved ones that are incarcerated!
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I know, but who is going to stop them? If we complain, they will take it out on our loved ones!
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I know, but who is going to stop them? If we complain, they will take it out on our loved ones!
I know...it puts us between a rock and a hard place.
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Default Not stopping till this wrong is righted

I understand the difficulty with dealing with these institutions when your loved one is incarcerated. Fortunately for me, I'm no longer incarcerated. I was never placed on any kind of post release control or anything. I'm fighting this until it is corrected. I'm a free person afforded the rights as any individual. For a CO to dig up my past and release information to the public that is private is outrageous. I did a search on google and it amazes me the corruption at this institution. 2007 a CO was charged with paying one inmate to beat up another. Now a CO is charged with child pornography. Not to mention my situation where a CO leaked private information about me. I can only imagine what goes on behind the fence there that know one knows about.
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Also report him to the Inspector generals office, state highway patrol, and ohio attorney generals office, special prosecutions division 644-0729. Plus at central office, notify chief inspectors office, directors office, and legal counsel.

Also request for a copy of the investigation when complete, public record. Plus request for a copy of all his ADM-4055 forms within his personel file, which are disciplinary actions. They are public record.
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