The United Nations Committee on the Rights of a Child (UNCRC), a body of 18 independent experts that meet in Geneva, Switzerland to monitor implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, is looking into the psychiatric drugging of children in its member states.

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In 1976, 13-year-old Hake Halo was one of 350 children imprisoned and tortured in New Zealand’s Lake Alice Hospital. Because his letters were screened, when he wrote to his grandmother he wrote of happiness and good treatment.

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Psychopharmaceutical drugging is a key factor in the high rate of suicides among military veterans, experts told United States Senators in November 2014.

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With the suicide rate among veterans nearly triple that of the general population, those who care about our servicemen are urgently searching for an answer that will help solve the crisis. That answer is CCHR’s documentary exposé.

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Corporal Andrew White was a healthy 23-year-old, gung-ho Marine back from a nine-month tour in Iraq. Like so many of his brothers in arms, he was suffering from the seemingly normal stresses of war—insomnia, nightmares and restlessness. The young corporal turned to the military’s mental health system for help.

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A new documentary just released by the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), The Age of Fear: Psychiatry’s Reign of Terror, reveals shocking new facts surrounding the hidden psychiatric influence behind the horrors Hitler and his henchmen unleashed on those they deemed “unworthy of life” during the Third Reich in Nazi Germany.

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