I didn’t volunteer, I was kidnapped but as they would say “escorted” twice but let’s describe the first of my long escapade. I was betrayed and lied to. This is the place I spent nearly 3 yrs of my life and the beginning of a long spiral of distrust and rebellion. My childhood friends wondered where I went well here is your first look, I tried to describe it put this is much easier.
This footage ultimately played a role in getting the facility shut down. It was determined that this was a brief, WAY COVERED UP, false story on the place.
Every kid out there was threatened before this video was made to ensure that the truth wouldn’t get out. Programs like this still run today , both in the U.S. and abroad.
Mitt Romney actually made money off of these places. The owner, Bob Lichfield, at one point worked with Mitt Romney heading his Political Finance Campaign. The owners also made considerable donations to Romney and Bush along with many judges and officials.
I must say the villagers and the people were some of the greatest people I’ve ever met, it was the systematic corruption and exploitation of the occupiers that was the issue.
This video was filmed prior to my arrival in 1998. The facility was closed down by the Samoan Government because of the inhumane treatment of it’s occupants. I was the 7th to last person to leave this place before heading to Montana and ultimately High Impact in Mexico. Of the friends I made from there many are dead, strung out, or in jail.
The movie “Bootcamp” with Mila Kunis highlights much of the psychological games and treatment that was used on us. Brian Vaifanua and the administrative staff had much to do with the corruption and scandals. Our parents were tricked and suckered. The parents themselves are stupid for giving up on their child; having them kidnapped and then sent away.