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2 Incarcerated Women Claim Sexual Harassment Against Officer

Posted on Friday, January 30th, 2009 at 8:01 am    

Trisha N. Justice and Sylvia A. Amos, 2 two women who have been incarcerated for robbery, forgery and fraud have filed separate suits against Dave Masters, a prison guard at their correctional facility.

Justice, 34, was convicted when she was 26-years-old.  Following her robbery charge, she was also found guilty of first-degree-murder and is not eligible for parole for another 20 years.  Amos, who was 28 at the time she was found guilty of forgary and circuiting money under false pretenses, is 35.

Both women claim a regular pattern of abuse and sexual harrassment was provoked by Masters.  These occurrences began in 2006.  Additionally, two extra abusers have been named in this suit, who were also correctional officers.

6 other women have come foward and attested to sexual misconduct on Masters’ behalf.

Sexual harassment is a terrible thing to overcome.  These women will have to deal with emotional stress, along with a severe mistrust in those who are supposed to act as authoritative figures.  If you have experienced this type of sexual misconduct, please contact your Wausau personal injury lawyer at 800-242-2874.

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