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Teens Electric Shock Treatment By Staff Called Worse Than Abu Ghraib

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In April of this year, a jury witnessed the graphic torture video showing the shock treatment of 18 year old Andre McCollins that started when he refused to take off his coat. In the end, the youth was electrically jolted a total of 31 times over a 7 hour period. The footage was presented by McCollins lawyers, who were suing the Massachusetts behavior school, 'Judge Rotenberg Center' (JRC) for developmentally disabled students.
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