Mouzayan Osseiran-Houbballah : what becomes of child soldiers after the war?

In this article, the author reports on the metapsychological work centred around these child soldiers, namely, what triggers off their murderous impulse in the first place, followed by a description of the traumatic event that affects their psychic future.
She uses as an illustration the account of an ex child-soldier “ Samir ” who, in the company of his peers, executed 350 people in one hour, when he was 14 years old.
Twenty years later, Samir is unable to forget. He continues to be a prisoner of his drugs and the repetitive traumatic dreams that petrify him.