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#1 May 6, 2007
i attended "the commune" in the early 80's.I suffered through many experiences that you may have witnessed. What years were you there serving your sentence? after i was thoroughly brainwashed, my parents,who were forbidden to see me, finally decided to liberate me from the prison. the horrors and injustices and abuses that i witnessed while in incarceration have affected me throughout my life. i have a distinct and bitter resentment to many individuals who controlled the institution and my life.I saw abuses that were not only against the law, but were amoral, and definitely against the teachings of E.G. White. I would sincerely hope that the federal gov't is successful in their investigation, and will ultimately shut the institution down, and punish the slave drivers.
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