US Court Grants School Permission to Use Electric Shock on Children | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


US Court Grants School Permission to Use Electric Shock on Children

A US educational center for special needs children has reportedly retained the right to use electric shock therapy in its operations despite objections from local authorities.

After a lengthy legal battle with Massachusetts state officials, a school for special needs children, known as the Judge Rotenberg Center (JRC), secured its right to use electric shock therapy, ABC News reports.

According to the news agency, the state authorities had been trying to end this practice since 2013, but the Bristol County Probate and Family Court decided otherwise.

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