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Disabled Kids Tied Down,Tortured,Shocked for Hours in Massachusetts - Original Video below
Innocent kids were tortured at Judge Rotenberg Center throughout the night: On Aug. 26, someone posing as a supervisor called in shock treatments on two students, aged 16 and 19. The teens were awakened in the middle of the night and given the shock treatments. Seven school officials at the special-needs school were fired after the incident which occured last August. A prankster, believed to be a former student of the Canton, Mass., school, reportedly posed as a member of the administration and phoned in instructions for shock therapy. Unaware that the phone call was a prank, school officials reportedly woke the two students up and delivered 77 shocks to one student and 29 to another -- informing both that it was punishment for misbehavior earlier in the day. abcnews.go.com The Judge Rotenberg Center has used aversive shock therapy to treat children for the past 40 years. Despite the deaths of five children and numerous lawsuits, the JRC has managed to stay open. Since then, a US Department of Justice inquiry has been launched and further lawsuits have been brought against the JRC. In November 2011, The Massachusetts Department of Developmental Services, the state agency that oversees the JRC, adopted new regulations banning the use of aversive shock therapy on new enrollees, although children and adults currently in the system will continue to receive aversive shock therapy. www.globalization101.org Massachusetts state legislature and DOJ is allowing this blatant torture ...
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