Anna’s story of what it was like for her at JRC

This article was originally posted June 11, 2015 and it tells about Anna’s crazy and shockingly inhumane treatment at JRC also known as The “Judge Rotenberg Center” (now known as “Judge Rotenberg Educational Center”).

Anna Kosovskaya Escapes from the Judge Rotenberg Electroshock Center:


Sites to share to spread awareness of JRC

Here are some anti-JRC sites to share (they are all specifically focused on JRC):

Edit Aug 19, 2017, another link (this one for pro JRC and anti JRC discussion):

JRC Survivor Speaks Out

Jennifer Msumba speaks out about her experience going to the Judge Rotenberg Center, in this 4 part series published in November of 2014. She talks about her time there as there prisoner (what they call “student”), what she experienced there, and how it caused her to feel and react.

JRC Survivor Speaks Out (Part 1)

JRC Survivor Speaks Out (Part 2)

JRC Survivor Speaks Out (Part 3)

JRC Survivor Speaks Out (Part 4)

(You can also check out the anti-JRC Facebook groups for info and discussion on The Judge Rotenberg Center: Massachusetts Students United Against The Judge Rotenberg Center
and DOWN with the Judge Rotenberg Center in Canton, Massachusetts!)


(I know this isn’t about JRC, but it is extremely important, as it effects all of American’s who use the Internet.)

Cable companies are working to change the laws so they can bribe website owners to pay them extra fees for faster access to there sites. This would be the worst thing to ever happen to the Internet.

If you want to help you can go to: and tell them you want Net Neutrality.

For more info check out and watch the video below:

Recent CBS news story on JRC

Weiss also disputes JRC’s claim shocks are only used for students with self-mutilating or life threatening behaviors. Weiss says documents show children are shocked for behaviors such as refusing to follow directions, getting out of their seat, or simply slouching. “You don’t need to be an expert to know that what they do to people at the Judge Rotenberg Center is wrong,” says Weiss. “If parents did anything close to this to their own child they’d be arrested on the spot.”
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