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States with the Most Neglect
« on: January 30, 2012, 02:25:42 AM »
The troubled teen industry should NOT be an industry of it's own because facilities trick the child and the parents into thinking that it's going to be like a normal boarding school with being able to do anything they love to do. In reality, it takes away all freedom and abuse residents who will likely miss out on once in a lifetime opporitunities. The therapy that is used is not approved by the mainstream community and centers around both mental and physical abuse that often goes unreported until the resident dies. Although Utah seems to have the most facilities, which state has the MOST incidents of abuse and deaths in these programs?

My best bet would be Texas as it's ultra conservative laws allow anyone regardless of experience and criminal background to work with the youth in these programs and use any method they wish for the sole purpose of training them like they are in a P.O.W. camp.
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For owners of such programs, we celebrate your lives being destroyed. Because you destroyed theirs...

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talkin' 'bout Texas...
« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2012, 06:01:48 PM »
Quote from: "kakasaka101"
The troubled teen industry should NOT be an industry of it's own because facilities trick the child and the parents into thinking that it's going to be like a normal boarding school with being able to do anything they love to do. In reality, it takes away all freedom and abuse residents who will likely miss out on once in a lifetime opporitunities. The therapy that is used is not approved by the mainstream community and centers around both mental and physical abuse that often goes unreported until the resident dies. Although Utah seems to have the most facilities, which state has the MOST incidents of abuse and deaths in these programs?

My best bet would be Texas as it's ultra conservative laws allow anyone regardless of experience and criminal background to work with the youth in these programs and use any method they wish for the sole purpose of training them like they are in a P.O.W. camp.
Texas also makes liberal use of their options (as opposed to liberal laws) ... to execute those they deem to be criminals. Sometimes those criminals were once kids in a program. See the following thread about a kid who never quite got over that time of his life, and who was, ultimately, executed by the state of Texas:

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