Friday, September 4, 2015

Please report the Judge Rotenberg Center of Applied Behavior Analysis electroshock torture to Facebook.

Dear advocates, concerned citizens of the world, and humanitarians:

In accordance with the United Nations expert on torture all over world and his report that the Judge Rotenberg Center engaged in "torture" at the time of his report, please respond in kind as follows. (In my opinion it still is "torture."):

I reported the Judge Rotenberg (torture) Center (JRC) to Facebook. Facebook reported back to me and said the JRC is not violating their terms of service.

Please back me up by reporting the JRC site to Facebook also. It only takes a couple minutes.

Here's how. After signing into your Facebook account do this:

1. Go to the JRC Facebook page:

2. Down in the bottom right corner on top of JRC's main introductory Facebook page photograph, click the three horizontal dots (in a straight line left to right similar to this: . . . )

Click in this order within one successive window at a time:

3. "Report page."

4. I think it shouldn't be on Facebook.

5. "It's threatening, violent, or suicidal."

6. "Credible threat of violence."

7. "Submit to Facebook."

8. "Done."

If and when Facebook reports back that the JRC does not violate their terms of service do this please:

1. Click the unhappiest face.

2. Explain in your own words why they should not be allowed in Facebook.

3. Send them a JRC link in your explanation, such as the Andre McCollins' shock video (trigger warning: violence):

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