David Rundle: Wrong to punish disabled with electric shock
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#1 Mar 1, 2013
Sounds like a horribly insane doctor to be allowed to use electrical shock as means of personality alteration...especially on young children. By all means the doctor and those members of the judiciary involved in this cruel method of torture for punishment or suppose medical research or practice should become a prime candidates for the same treatment applied at least 30 times a day, full voltage with an additional 30 lashes by a whip that would rip through their epidermis splattering little pieces of blood soaked skin on the wall in back or the person assigned to change behavior. Perhaps 300 milligrams of Cymbalta (three times a day) may ease their pain afterward. Better check with legal advice as to " cruel and unusual punishment " under constitution provisions and also, check with one of those " last in their class " APA jackasses ( without science ) for their interpretation of punishment by their own horse manure contained in their DSM..
I like the manipulative name of the Behavior center in Massachusetts .
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