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Code of Silence


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[VIDEO 1] As the 1st President to formally recognize the issue of Missing & Murdered Native Americans, today, I was proud to sign Savanna’s Act & the Not Invisible Act. We have also provided $295 Million to support public safety & crime victims. Forgotten NO MORE! #OperationLadyJustice - Children have for too long been the victims of unscrupulous adults for selfish reasons. By weakening the minds of our children, predators can completely control these individuals for a lifetime. [VIDEO 2

Do you remember reading this from the Hollywood Anon called Renegade? Unfortunately, friend good guys don’t last in Hollywood.  Hollywood operates like a mafia. In order to become a “made man” aka get roles, you have to do a lot of bad stuff. [1] There is a sinister pattern that seems to swirl in the world of make-believe that isn’t so pretty.

We learn at history dot com about a top-secret project in which a top U.S. agency conducted hundreds of clandestine experiments—sometimes on unwitting U.S. citizens—to assess the potential use of LSD and other drugs for mind control, information gathering and psychological torture. [2] Is this the same technique being used on children entering the Provo Canyon School in Utah? [VIDEO 3]

Paris Hilton has a movement going called #BreakingCodeSilence. She has a petition to shut down the school Provo Canyon School where she and others claim extreme abuse has been ongoing for decades. You can visit Hilton's link on YouTube to learn more: SHUT DOWN PROVO CANYON SCHOOL

Here is an account of one of the survivors of this school: [VIDEO 4] Paris Hilton posts this poignant confrontation to the school on Twitter with this tweet: The kids you abuse today will be the ones that will take you down tomorrow. Here she tweets:

Up late doing some more research on @ProvoCanyon. In tears, more memories flooding back of the torture & abuse I suffered there. I can’t believe they have gotten away with this for so long. This needs to stop! #BreakingCodeSilence. ...and she leaves a link to a forum discussing Provo Canyon going all the way back to 2004.

After years of suffering silently, Paris Hilton exposes it all in her recent YouTube documentary “This is Paris” about the institutional child abuse she suffered as a teenager at Provo Canyon School, a notorious residential treatment center in Utah that still operates today. The abuse she suffered which includes but is not limited to a forceful escort in the middle of the night to the facility, solitary confinement, mandatory prescribed medication, and verbal abuse led to a lifetime of nightmares, PTSD, trust issues and more. 

Provo took away her childhood along with thousands of other survivors, as early as 9 years old. While this movement is so personal to Paris, it is much bigger than her experience so we urge you to help us make sure no more children suffer at the hands of this systemically abusive institution and the countless others whose doors are open today. [VIDEO 5]

Hundreds of teen treatment programs that operate under the guise of therapeutic boarding schools, behavior modification centers, wilderness programs and more operate today in the United States with no real oversight to protect the children’s human rights and safety. Despite policy and advocacy efforts over the past decade, reform has not happened, and these facilities continue to profit off youth that deserve adequate and effective support services. 

In 2007, The Government Accountability Office found thousands of allegations of abuse as well as significant evidence of ineffective management and neglect which played a significant role in the deaths at these facilities. And in 2015, it was reported that 82% of these residential facilities were still actively using traumatizing tactics such as seclusion and restraints. In addition, violence and abuse are gravely underreported and there is a severe lack of national data which makes it difficult for families to make informed admission decisions as they get manipulated by the school’s deceptive marketing tactics.

And don’t be fooled - although Provo changed ownership in 2000 and refuses to take responsibility or to comment on operations and patient experience prior to that time, police records and patient testimonies prove that these actions and experiences continue to persist today. The Salt Lake Tribune reported that there have been 341 investigations into Provo by the Utah Department of Licensing in the last 5 years and only 27 of those investigations were substantiated. And yet, Provo nor their owner, Universal Health Services, have been held accountable. This facility stands both as a keystone and major influence in this corrupt industry, and its closure would not only be highly symbolic but help to shift attitudes about child treatment programs. Holding the industry accountable for the very existence of a program like Provo Canyon School would help to create a chain reaction of similar accountability across the country.

Hilton’s documentary is shining a bright light on the efforts of advocacy organizations that have been working to reform this industry for decades. Paris has dedicated herself to working with the other survivors for as long as it takes to raise mass critical awareness, encourage others to share their stories, federally reform these schools to prevent future abuses and require all such facilities to provide qualified, professional, evidence-based treatment for youth. [3]

Here are a few of the comments from other survivors:

Reports of Abuse at Provo Canyon School: An Anonymous Newbie wrote: My sister was at Provo last year. She was injured and has back pain now. One girl had her nose broken by staff members. They beat people there. Then another poster wrote: There was emotional and mental abuse. Using isolation and seclusion and staring at a wall is mental abuse. I also experienced physical abuse when staff violently restrained me while forcing a mind-altering drug into my body against my will. They then left me in a comatose state without getting me any medical attention or monitoring me. This was also abuse. Did anyone else see any of this? I also saw a girl, who had a broken nose after a human take down - as staff pushed her face into the floor. For some reason she now thinks PCS helped her. I guess I didn't stay long enough or drink enough Kool Aid to feel that they helped me in any way whatsoever. It was the most abusive experience I've had in my entire life. Did anyone else see any of this?

Here, a poster writes:  I had been planning an escape since the very beginning with encrypted letters to friends back home. Save to say, I bolted, dyed my hair and lived free for the entire summer. I was caught in New Port Beach and driven back in handcuffs and put in solitary for 2 days plus MASSIVE investment points, about 3 weeks' worth of staring at the wall. At the time, the word was that I was the longest escape with a total of 3 months on the outside.....if this is wrong or if I've been outdone, I'd love to shake the hand of the guy who holds the record. [4] [VIDEO 6






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