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Bullying, Abuse and Torture of Special Needs Children: Footage of Judge Rotenberg Center (Graphic)

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Posted by Maria Mangicaro
Bullying Prevention Advocate
mangicaro829@aol.com

Published on Apr 10, 2012
Photosensitive epilepsy warning. Also, graphic and disturbing footage. Sign the petition from a former staff member: http://www.change.org/petitions/the-m…

Take a look at my blog, where I write about disability and autism issues: http://autistichoya.blogspot.com

Latest news article: http://hosted2.ap.org/RIPRJ/94df67899…

For an article from a liberal and progressive news site on the Judge Rotenberg Center (for everyone upset because it’s Fox), see http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2…

Original news article at http://www.myfoxboston.com/dpp/news/u…

This is NOT electrostatic or electroconvulsive therapy used for some mental disabilities such as depression or bipolar disorder. This is electric SHOCK used as a punishment.

Andre was asked to take off his jacket. When he refused, staff electric shocked him and he tried to hide under a table. They dragged him out and tied him facedown to a restraint board where he was kept for seven hours without a break, and shocked a total of thirty-one times. In court, it was admitted that all but one of those electric shocks were for tensing up or screaming.

If you are horrified, disgusted, and sickened by what you just watched, please contact the members of the Massachusetts Joint Committee on Children, Families, and Persons with Disabilities. There are four bills currently assigned to that committee that target the JRC. Read more about the bills (and see links to their full text) here: http://www.autismeducationproject.org…

The Senate Chair is Michael Rodrigues.
Phone: 617-722-1114
Email: Michael.Rodrigues@masenate.gov

The House Chair is Kay Khan.
Phone: 617-722-2011
Email: Kay.Khan@mahouse.gov

Call and email and let the members of the Committee know that you support S. 49, S. 50, S. 51, and H. 77. Urge them to report those bills favorably from committee.

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