Interview: Marcus Chatfield, Producer, ‘Fix My Kid’
Aug06
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Indiegogo Campaign to Help Fund a Movie to Expose the Troubled Teen Industry
Aug06

Indiegogo Campaign to Help Fund a Movie to Expose the Troubled Teen Industry

Fix My Kid is a groundbreaking movie that pulls back the veil on “Tough Love” treatment programs. Many children in these programs have allegedly been tortured and forced to endure physical and psychological abuse. Source: http://www.prweb.com/releases/fix-my-kid/troubled-teen-industry/prweb10995708.htm Brainwashed until broken; adolescent treatment programs in the United States are using cultic practices and brainwashing...

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Clips from Fix My Kid: Straight Inc. and the Rise of the Troubled Teen Industry
Aug01

Clips from Fix My Kid: Straight Inc. and the Rise of the Troubled Teen Industry

Clips from the upcoming documentary Fix My...

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Brainwashing Is Real and It’s Really Not Therapy
Sep14

Brainwashing Is Real and It’s Really Not Therapy

Dear People, I would like encourage America to make brainwashing illegal. Would you please forward this email to fellow survivors, their families, psychologists, politicians, the media, anyone at all interested…. Brainwashing Is Real and It’s Really Not Therapy I was a 16 year old pot head. I needed help and my parents decided I should be put in a program. When I mentioned this to a friend he said, “Don’t go Marcus,...

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Straight Inc., Legacy of Torture as Treatment

Taken from Reddit Straight Inc., Legacy of Torture as Treatment I have ten friends who have committed suicide, we were all clients of Straight Inc. I consider myself a survivor. Between 1976 and 1993, as many as 50,000 kids in nine states were clients of this drug-rehabilitation center for teens. To progress through the program we had to demonstrate a willingness to perpetrate verbal, emotional and physical abuse, that’s how we...

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The Silence: On air and online April 19, 2011 at 9:00pm
Apr19

The Silence: On air and online April 19, 2011 at 9:00pm

FRONTLINE examines a little-known chapter of the Catholic Church sex abuse story — decades of abuse of Native Americans by priests and other church workers in Alaska. Through candid interviews with survivors, this FRONTLINE report focuses on the abuse by a number of men who worked for the Church along Alaska’s far west coast in the late 1960s and early 1970s. All told, they would leave behind a trail of hundreds of claims...

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