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Following the enormous success of the abolition of prisons and the introduction of criminal slavery in its stead, COAG, The Council of Australian Governments, decided to reintroduce the judicious use of mild corporal punishment in the home and school – and after that success turned its attention to teenage gangs which had been a scourge of the nation for more than a generation.
And the remedy they came up with was severe corporal punishment for eighteen-year-olds and above in a closed environment that was not a prison. In fact, all of the prisons right across the world had now been razed to the ground and the land upon which they stood either sold or used for other governmental purposes.
My name is Josh Conroy and I am a recently graduated criminal psychologist with a bent to understand what motivated teenage gangs comprising eighteen-year-olds and above. This is the story of that research and the methods I developed to beat it out of them.
No. words: 32100 We do not recommend this book for readers under 18 years of age
Style: Male Dom - M/F, Male Dom - M/M
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Product type: EBook
Published: 9 / 2019
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