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Autism: The Fight Inside is an audiobook made to educate young men and young women of the dangers that form from gangs.
The audiobook is about a young man named Austin who suffers from autism. The main character of the story is led astray by a crowd of negativity and wickedness. The character Hawkboy befriends Austin into thinking he is his only hope. Hawkboy from the beginning only has selfish plans in mind for Austin.
This audiobook discusses our legal system and how the system in the US is broken. The audiobook also discusses how the prison system in America is the newly operated mental-health system of our wake.
This audiobook has factual data at the start of some of its chapters to help educate the listener of autism and the symptoms that stem from autism. This audiobook also gives factual research data on prison statistics and information to help guide the listener. This audiobook speaks about the system in the state of Nebraska and how the system operates.
The purpose of this audiobook is the hope that young men come across this audiobook to listen, especially if they are battling poor choices in their lives. Listening to this audiobook can help them see why crime and bad friends are not worth the trouble.
This audiobook is very personal and goes into deep detail of situations that take place inside the Nebraska State Department of Correctional Services and the Lincoln Regional Center State Psychiatric Hospital. If you or someone you know is on the verge of prison or being detained, then this audiobook is for you.
This audiobook was made to help young people make better choices with their lives. If you come across this audiobook, please give it a chance to inspire you and motivate you to do positive things in life.
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This is a important story that I feel more should be aware of. Treatment of people with disabilities in the criminal justice system is a crime itself.