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December 15, 2014


December 15, 2014

Legal aid center of Southern Nevada is a corrupt fraud non-profit. They do not help people. They pocket all the money. I had a legal issue that I needed help with. I am unemployed and my income is zero. I am indigent and have no money to hire an attorney, so it's embarrassing enough that I had to ask this legal aid office for help with my legal issue. I tried to better myself by taking classes at a college. I passed all the final exams, but the college refused to release my transcripts. I needed help from legal aid appealing their decision. I just needed them to write one letter for me. That's all, just one letter. I asked them for help and they told me NO in a written letter. I appealed their decision to the director and she denied my appeal. I then appealed to the Chairman and he also denied my appeal and refused to help me. They all have law degrees and are practicing lawyers specializing in commercial law. They spit in my face and kicked me in my stomach when I was down. They are a fraud non-profit. I begged them for help. I begged and cried on the phone, but the more I cried, the meaner they became. If I could post names here, then I would but the rules say not to post names, so I won't. I just people to know that Legal aid center of Southern Nevada is a FRAUD non-profit. They spit in the faces of the homeless and hungry. They spit in my face and kicked me when I begged them for help.

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