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Huntingdon, PA,

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  1. Carol Finkle Wed, Dec 01 2010 9:08 AM

    I am very interested in meeting with the Warden of Huntingdon to discuss the possibility of filming one of the programs; would like to take a tour as well and get his views on various policies highlighting ones he believes might be seen as models for others and so forth. I would appreciate setting up a meeting or knowing more how to go about making that happen.Thank you for any assistance.

  2. amy Thu, Sep 22 2011 9:05 AM

    i want to know how they are still housing inmates on a block that the state department condemned over a year ago...

  3. corine Sun, Oct 30 2011 10:31 AM

    do the guards torture the inmates thats in the whole

  4. corine Sun, Oct 30 2011 10:33 AM

    can i have a video visit from another place and not have to go to the prison

  5. Tamikia Jordan Sun, Dec 25 2011 11:52 PM

    Hello, my son Tavon Jordan is in needed of serious medical attention. He has blood in his stool and for days he has submitted medical slips and has not received medical attention as of yet... I called the prison hoping to get answers or should I say direction. However the C/O was very helpful but advised me to call back on Tuesday n speak with my sons counselor.. Does this mean my son will have to wait until after the holiday for medical attention??? He has a hernia n now he has blood n his stool!!' I know this is prison but I love my son and I don't want anything to happen to him while under the care of DOC.,,, can someone please help me with understanding your policy/procedure for serious medical attention during the holiday???! Please Help!!!! Thanks in advance Tamikia Jordan mother/advocate for Tavon Jordan HT-0833

  6. tim odell Tue, May 08 2012 1:30 PM

    I think when my brother James salvo. Died it was not suicide. The deep scratches obviously shows who ever put something around his neck. James did what he could to get it off of his neck.why was this eight pm event go down with out help.this happens while his visitation was violated so to the staff at Huntington state prision thanks for not allowing me to say goodbye........

  7. tim odell Tue, May 08 2012 1:33 PM

    Want to speak to anyone who knew James salvo Odell from Huntington prison.

  8. tim odell Tue, May 08 2012 1:40 PM

    I think when my brother James salvo. Died it was not suicide. The deep scratches obviously shows who ever put something around his neck. James did what he could to get it off of his neck.why was this eight pm event go down with out help.this happens while his visitation was violated so to the staff at Huntington state prision thanks for not allowing me to say goodbye........

  9. Cheka Sat, Aug 18 2012 4:02 AM

    I would like to know when inmate ka8000 is being released. Especially if its this month or next month

  10. Jennifer Sat, Aug 18 2012 4:06 AM

    Is there a cheap or free van that goes up there for visitations?

  11. Timothy A. Schell Sat, Sep 08 2012 11:34 PM

    I am 34 years old, been in state prison for 13 years. I've been a resident at the following prisons (graterford, camphill,huntingdon,green,& fayette. Please feel free to contact me for any/all prison questions/concerns..uptlife717@gmail.com

  12. K. Green Sun, Nov 25 2012 4:08 PM

    Is there any way to find out when Inmate number AK6101 is scheduled for release?

  13. Sad girl Tue, Jun 04 2013 12:56 AM

    I just want to know why they took a man..a convicted sex offender....off Megans Law Website? It just ..doesn't seem right. Or Fair. That little child...a boy...has no voice. It just doesn't sit right with me. It makes me soo angry. That man has been re-arrested and is in Huntingdon. He didn't change. He only changed his address. I dated that man once..and he LIED to me. It wasn't until someone told me the truth..that I "saw" him for what and who he is. I can forgive almost any crime, except sex offenses. I can't. I often wonder about that child he hurt and I hurt for that little boy. Breaks my heart!!!!

  14. Sad girl Tue, Jun 04 2013 1:09 AM

    Oh..and thanks...to the judge and jury and the lawyers that got that convicted sex offender a reduced sentence...I hope to God..it was worth it. Should be ashamed of yourselves. What if that had been YOUR son or grandson that was molested? would you all be sooo quick to let a plea bargain stand? He is..for now...incarcerated. I never dreamed or imagined ..a man like him could exist. My own Dad....is a retired NYPD cop. And I got nailed by some lying pedophile. May he burn in hell for his crime.

  15. Anonymous Sun, Jul 28 2013 8:09 PM

    Sad girl, would you care to tell us this inmates number or last name so we can all be aware?

  16. Karma Comin' Thu, Oct 24 2013 6:53 PM

    #HU7239...did the most reprehensible acts to a sweet little 8 year-old girl and several other children in his small town.

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