Διαφορά μεταξύ των αναθεωρήσεων του «Τζακ Άμποττ»
On the morning of [[July 18]], just six weeks after getting out of prison, Jack Abbott went to a small cafe called the Binibon in [[Manhattan]]. He clashed with 22-year-old Richard Adan, son-in-law of the restaurant's owner, after Adan told him that the restroom was for staff only. The short-tempered Abbott stabbed Adan in the chest, killing him. The very next day, unaware of Abbott's crime, the ''[[New York Times]]'' ran a positive review of ''In the Belly of the Beast''.
After some time on the run, Abbott was arrested in Morgan City, Louisiana, while he was working in an oilfield. He was charged with the murder of Richard Adan. At his trial in January [], he gained the support of such celebrities as [[Susan Sarandon]], whose son Jack Henry Robbins is named after Abbott, and [[Jerzy Kosinski]].
Apart from the advance fee of $12,500, Abbott did not receive any profits from ''In the Belly of the Beast'', as Richard Adan's widow successfully sued him for $7.5 million in damages, which meant she received all the money from the book's sales.