This articles narrates the incarceration of Adam Hall, a man who has suffered from severe mental illness his whole life—going in and out of psychiatric facilities since childhood. In 2006, Hall was sentenced to prison for three years; however, his sentence keeps extending with each suicide attempt. Read more.
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