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Just saw this movie on T.V. for the first time today. I can personally
tell you that this 90 minutes barely scratches the surface of the
stories of ALL of the families involved. Someone should do a followup
story on the children involved and how they were mentally affected by
what they were exposed to during those years. My family in California
did not contact us to let us know this movie was out . . . . but we
don't talk much about it anymore - too painful.
One key subject here is something most people don't realize. Your children ARE NOT required to have an attorney present when they are questioned by the police. Therefore, a child can be denied sleep and food. Questioning techniques that are used by the military were used on these children. Some of them were also told that if they would just admit to the charges that they could go home to their parents. I know - if I were not related to two of the children involved - I wouldn't believe this happened in the United States in this century.