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    China Nanning - Rehab staff 'killed web addict'

    Rehab staff 'killed web addict'



    A Chinese teenager sent to an internet addiction rehabilitation camp has allegedly been beaten to death by its counsellors, according to reports.

    A number of employees of the Qihang Salvation Training Camp in Nanning have been arrested over the death, his father Deng Fei told the Global Times.

    The camp had promised to put Deng Senshan, 15, under 24-hour supervision.

    China is increasingly taking action against what it sees as a pandemic of web addiction.

    Some estimates suggest up to 10% of the country's 100 million teenage web users could be addicted, and a growing number of rehabilitation services exist.

    However, there is little consensus on how to treat the addiction. In July, China's Ministry of Health formally banned the use of electroshock therapy as a treatment option.

    According to the China Daily newspaper, an agreement the teenagers' parents signed with the camp said: "The centre can take necessary approaches including punishment to educate the teenager, as long as the approaches will not abuse the child or impair his health."

    Camp staff are alleged to have put the teenager in solitary confinement on Saturday and then beaten him that evening.


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    However, there is little consensus on how to treat the addiction. In July, China's Ministry of Health formally banned the use of electroshock therapy as a treatment option.
    WTF...

    "The centre can take necessary approaches including punishment to educate the teenager, as long as the approaches will not abuse the child or impair his health."
    I guess beating him to death broke that rule...

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    It's almost frightening to think of the over-reactions that might be on the verge of taking place there.

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    RIP, he will never succumb to his addiction again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    A Chinese teenager sent to an internet addiction rehabilitation camp has allegedly been beaten to death by its counsellors, according to reports.
    Well it cured the little bugger, didn't it?!
    Sterling work by the chinese there....obviously the water torture wasn't working well enough!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    Some estimates suggest up to 10% of the country's 100 million teenage web users could be addicted, and a growing number of rehabilitation services exist.
    It's not heroin??? You insane bunch of morons....I think I can see a way out of this....ready...
    and then.... Ta da.....no more internet.....no fuc*ing difficult that....and guess what...nobody dead....unless you live in Thailand in which case the electric is totally and utterly unsafe and you get fried!!!! in the process...

    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    In July, China's Ministry of Health formally banned the use of electroshock therapy as a treatment option.
    Wise move one feels....
    I've told you stop playing the damn games!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    "The centre can take necessary approaches including punishment to educate the teenager, as long as the approaches will not abuse the child or impair his health."
    His health is just fine....he just has a bit of trouble breathing at the moment....Hey you know what...we'll waive that one child policy for you..."Really??" "Yes, because in your case it no longer exists!!!!"

    DOH!!!!

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