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Campaign to help autistic boy, Matthew Garnett, who thinks he’s in prison – BBC News

Friday, 18 March, 2016

Campaign to help autistic boy, Matthew Garnett, who thinks he’s in prison – BBC News

Matthew is 15 and believes he's in prison indefinitely. He has autism, ADHD and learning difficulties. For six months now, he's been detained under the mental health act. He's in a psychiatric intensive care unit (Picu), which is for people with ...

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