Monday, April 17, 2017

She's speaking again! Jennifer Msumba, Applied Behavior Analysis skin shock torture victim, reports on her trauma, yet ABA refuses to listen.



Jennifer Msumba, surprisingly, is speaking again about it. She gives ABA an earful, and ABA does not listen. She's been quiet, publicly, for a while, for good reason, probably, as she had been suing them. She sounds great. She deserves an immense medal for her courage to speak out again.

She is a victim of severe Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) torture. Msumba (December 31, 2016) said she has nightmares every single day because of ABA's Judge Rotenberg Center skin shockers.

This is clear anecdotal self-reported evidence of ABA-provoked Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), yet ABA institutions will not listen.

She calls her next video: "What are my nightmares about? The Judge Rotenberg Center." ABAers, we know you read these posts. Be advised. Here, Msumba (February 16, 2107) shows she is not afraid to name the names of her abusers and talk straight at them. She's amazing and heroic! She explains precisely what they did to her. This time she "pinpoints" their behaviors, instead of the other way around. ABA, it's time for your karma as more survivors speak! We are turning to attorneys to stop you by all legal and ethical means necessary.



Maria Malott, CEO, of the Ass. for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI) will not return phone calls by David Altieri, ABA Leaks founder, about her ABAI's official approval the the ABA skin shockers. Neither will the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) return his phone calls about the presence of their Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) in the JRC staff and board. BACB has blocked Altieri in Twitter. ABAI has banished him from their ABAI Facebook group. Malott never told him what he said that was such a big sin, even though he asked her to explain it by way of email.

Maria Malott, CEO of ABAI is a major, major skin shock "torture" advocate.

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