In a country where convicted murderers are sentenced to die for their crimes, yet are able to use the “Justice” system to avoid the penalty, arguing successfully that lethal injections are cruel and unusual punishment allowing them to feel pain before they die. .
Kids convicted of misdemeanors are subjected to torture . Refusing to say â€˜Yes, sirâ€™ can get you choked or beaten to unconsciousness or death.
How much misbehavior does it take, before torture is used to make you comply?
No one really knows. It is apparently up to the sadists/guards to make that decision.
A videotape shows guards punching and kicking a 14-year-old Martin Lee Anderson on Jan. 5. 2006, while a nurse stands idly by.
Martin Lee Anderson died the next day.
No charges have been filed.
None of the torturers/sadists have been fired. The boot camp is scheduled to be closed.
Martin’s body has been exhumed for a second autopsy, due to irregularities. The medical examiner, Charles Siebert, is under fire for signing off on autopsies that he may not have actually conducted, one, for example, said it found male organs on a female body. Siebert also had allowed his medical license to lapse and apparently admitted that his performing the Anderson autopsy rather than the other county’s examiner doing so, was “highly unusual.”
Torture is any act by which severe pain, whether physical or psychological, is intentionally inflicted on a person as a means of intimidation, a deterrent, revenge, a punishment. In Florida boot camps, this is called “pain compliance techniques”.
Kneeing a child in the abdomen is a pain compliance technique.
Twisting a child’s wrist and arm behind their backs is a pain compliance technique.
Driving a thumb into a pressure point, shooting pepper spray into their eyes, or jolting them with a stun gun is a pain compliance technique.
These pain compliance techniques are being used as punishment for kids who do not immediately follow orders from the
sadist torturer’s guards.
Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd, along with sheriffs or their aides from three other Florida counties that have boot camps, met with Gov. Jeb Bush in Tallahassee on March 8, 2006 to talk about developing a set of standard boot camp practices. While the discussion goes on, boot camps are continuing to use pain compliance techniques.
God have mercy on these kids, because Florida certainly does not have any.
March 11, 2006 1 Comment