“Kids for Cash” Viewing in Indianapolis on April 3, 2014

Dan Schroeder with the Marion County Public Defender Agency will be hosting a screening of “Kids for Cash,” a documentary about the Pennsylvania judges that sent kids to private prisons in exchange for money, 2.6 million dollars.  Those judges are now incarcerated for 28 and 17 years.

This film is in only limited release in the US and was not scheduled for the Indianapolis market, so Dan signed up to host on April 3, 2014 at 7:30 pm at:

Studio Movie Grill College Park
3535 W. 86th St.
Indianapolis, IN

The Studio Movie Grill has large, comfy seats with more than enough leg room.  Each seat has a swing in table and there is table service for soft drinks, beer, wine, liquor and a full menu of food, so think of it as dinner theater.

In order for the screening to take place, we have to sell 50 advance sale tickets.  Tickets will not be available at the door, so they must be reserved and purchased online.  Click on the link below to get your tickets and please help spread the word.  Hope to see you there.


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1 Response to “Kids for Cash” Viewing in Indianapolis on April 3, 2014

  1. Pingback: Crooked judges, too?!

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