Rights Advocacy

This website is dedicated to providing local resources and information for victims of assault and medical abuse in the the Martinsburg, WV Committee.

We want to help protect your rights and the rights of your fellow community members.

It is essential that you understand your rights. Our goal is to provide resources and advocate for change in the local community. If you have experienced any mistreatment at the hands of people in positions of authority, please report it via this website. The operator is collecting statements and will help put you in touch with people that can help.

The purpose of this site is educate the community and provide an alternative avenue for seeking aid and justice for human, civil, and patient rights violation.

“The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.” – E. Burke

Take our Survey

We are surveying the local community to gauge abuse at Berkeley Medical Center and Jefferson Hospital.

Take the Patient Abuse Survey now.

Call the FBI Now

Call the FBI immediately and report it:

Call:(202) 324-3000
Submit a Tip: https://tips.fbi.gov/

Abuse at Berkeley Medical Center has already been reported with the FBI. If you know anything about abuse that has happened or is happening, call them immediately.

The FBI investigates crimes related to local government corruption, human trafficking, and other federal crimes.

Community Rights Advocacy

Human Rights

We all have inalienable rights as humans, these include the right to life and liberty and freedom from slavery and torture. Violations to human rights include sex trafficking, wrongful imprisonment, and other heinous crimes.

Civil Rights

Civil rights are those granted to us as citizens of the United States of America. Violations of these rights are often based on regardless of race, sex, nationality, ethnicity, language, religion, or other protected status.

Patient Rights

As patients, we have specific rights that are protect by law and supported by medical standards and codes of ethics. This includes the right to be informed about treatment, refuse treatment, and be treated with dignity.

Steps After Patient Abuse

  • IF YOU ARE THE VICTIM – Go to a hospital emergency room two counties over, if you can do so safely.

    Inova Loudoun Hospital – Cornwall (Forensic Assessment and Consultation Team)
    224 Cornwall St NW, Leesburg, VA 20176

    Inova Loudoun Hospital
    44045 Riverside Pkwy, Leesburg, VA 20176

    This hospital is aware of these allegations and may be more likely to believe you after hearing this reported before.

    If you are in a life threatening emergency, get to the closest emergency room. (Legally I have to tell you that.) You have to go within 5 days or DNA evidence will not be collected.

    If it has been more than 5 days, schedule an appointment with your OBGYN.
  • Call the FBI immediately and report it:

    Call:(202) 324-3000
    Submit a Tip: https://tips.fbi.gov/
  • File a complaint with the Joint Commission
    Get a copy of your COMPLETE EMR/EHR (health report). It will have the names of most of the people involved in your care. Look up their medical license number.

    Joint Commission Complaint Process
    You can submit a new complaint and update your complaint when you learn new information. You don’t need the medical license number, but you can add it.
  • File a complaint with the medical boards

    There are different boards for each type of provider. You will need to file separate complaints for each. See Report Medical Negligence and Crimes Below.
  • Email or fax the West Virginia University School of Medicine

    Do not provide specific details of exactly what happened. Report it in broad strokes.
    Contact the deans and directors of that department, such as Emergency Medicine.
  • Complete our survey
    We will contact you to help you through the process.
  • Hire an attorney outside of the local community. Do not give them very specific details until you have retained them. They will give you written confirmation of representation. These people involved have connections in the local community and will use them to get information and manipulate the system.
  • Contact a trauma counselor. Seek out support groups related to your experience.

United We Stand

If you suspect you have been the victim of abuse, negligence, battery, rape, or assault, report to on our site. As a community, we can hold medical professionals accountable. Take our survey.

Our community needs to do something about issues with abuse. When many people that come forward to report issues with abuse of power and violations of rights, government officials have to start listening.

Victims and concerned citizens should pull together and speak out about any issues experienced within this community.