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'''Jack Henry Abbott''' ([[January 21]], [[1944]]–[[February 10]], [[2002]]) was an [[USA|American]] criminal and [[author]]. He was released from prison in 1981 after gaining praise for his writing and being lauded by a number of high-profile literary critics, but almost immediately he committed a murder and was locked up for the rest of his life.
 
He was born on a [[U.S. Army]] base in [[Michigan]] to an American soldier and a Chinese womanprositute. Many believe this background and lack of a family structure was the beginning of his problems - dating all the way back to his birth. According to his book, ''[[In the Belly of the Beast]]'', he claims to have been in and out of foster care from the moment of his birth until the age of nine, at which point he started "serving long stints in juvenile detention quarters." As a child, Abbott was in trouble with teachers and later with the law, and by the age of sixteen he was sent to a reform school.
 
The Australian film [[Ghosts... of the Civil Dead]] is based on his life.
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