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It's a Wrap (Innocent until 'Made' Guilty #3) ✻ [EPUB] ✰ It's a Wrap (Innocent until 'Made' Guilty #3) By Dwight Edgar Abbott ❅ – Thomashillier.co.uk This book is a collection of experiences remembered both in and out of Prison Written by Project Censored Award winner Dwight Edgar Abbott This morning, I sat and pictured in my mind a place I often w This book is a collection of experiences remembered both in and out of Prison Written by Project Censored Award winner Dwight Edgar Abbott This morning, I sat and pictured in my mind a place I often went to, when I was being hunted a place I knew well enough to feel safe where I could be alone During those days, I was convinced a time would come I d to go there to lick my wounds and die When you look at this book cover, imagine me straddling the fallen tree It's a Kindle - there at the bottom, looking out over my domain rifle propped nearby I would cook food from my meager supplies on the nearest tip of land forming the first inlet on your right At night, I would roll out my sleeping bag and sleep near the dying embers maybe to awake Free at last This book IS my Wrap Dwight Abbott,.


About the Author: Dwight Edgar Abbott

Dwight Sonny Abbott was born within a secure Middle Class family and was misplaced in the thick of California s abusive penal systemAt the age of nine, a family tragedy split up Dwight Abbott s family, and forced him into the hands of the California Youth Authority This is the chilling chronicle of his life behind bars a story of brutality and survival a dark journey showing how the systematic abuse of incarcerated children creates a cycle of criminal behavior that usually ends with prison or deathIn its first sterialization, I It's a Kindle - Cried, You Didn t Listen won a Project Censored award for stories that are significant, yet under reported in the mainstream media This second edition contains an introduction by Books Not Bars, new pieces by the author, and writing fromrecent victims of the CYADwight Abbott, has been in and out of prison since his childhood He is now serving multiple life sentences in Salinas Valley State Prison in Soledad, CA This is a searingly honest book read it if you have the courage Dwight Edgar Abbott s story will revealabout the self fueling horrors of incarceration than would ten of the average criminology texts For years this book has circulated as an almost cult underground document, a simple key to explaining the complex wretched mess that is the American criminal justice system CHRISTIAN PARENTI, author of Lockdown America, The Soft Cage and The Freedom Sadly, Dwight s experience echoes the stories of the thousands of young people still warehoused and dehumanized in California, but also serves powerful testament to the need for a degree shift in how we deal with young people in trouble VAN JONES, Executive Director, Ella Baker Center for Human Rights.



10 thoughts on “It's a Wrap (Innocent until 'Made' Guilty #3)

  1. Adina Cameo Adina Cameo says:

    At first, I did not know where this journey was going It went to when Dwight was outdoors in the wilderness to when he was shackled, bound, hogtied in the most maximum imprisoned state It was mind blowing where his state of mind would go How Dwight kept himself sane in a most insane circumstance How he spoke to animals as a survival strategy is beyond imagination To be prepared to be challenged at such mental capacity and get out in the way Dwight has is a miracle A masterpiece worth resea At first, I did not know where this journey was going It went to when Dwight was outdoors in the wilderness to when he was shackled, bound, hogtied in the most maximum imprisoned state It was mind blowing where his state of mind would go How Dwight kept himself sane in a most insane circumstance How he spoke to animals as a survival strategy is beyond imagination To be prepared to be challenged at such mental capacity and get out in the way Dwight has is a miracle A masterpiece worth research to scholars of Social Psychology, esp as an expansion to the Stanford Prison Experiment


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