LARRY CAMPBELL

ABOUT LARRY CAMPBELL

  

About the Author

Larry Campbell is an ex-convict involved in human rights.  He has ideas for an original alternative method to contain convicts without walls, costs, or weaponry.

     At 12 years of age he ran wild with the Aboriginal Children of the western Plains of Queensland, and learned how to steal chook's from the Cunnamulla Pub.  He has always wanted to be a spy and has read every British book and novel relating to the art of deception.  His first writing in prison was confiscated in 1984, at age 32.  A State Justice Department studied it and, as a result, started inquiries that led to the arrest and conviction of the Prisons Minister.

     Upon Larry's release from prison, he spoke at James Cook University, highlighting widespread corruption in the police force, prisons, and Government.  His other speaking engagements led to presenting to social work classes, to Behavioural Science Groups and to teaching Fourth Year students - as well as being booked to speak at the World Council of Churches meeting in Townsville in 1988.

     

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FEATURED WORKS

  

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FOLLOW LARRY

We're setting up Larry on various social media platforms.  Once we're done, post a question, and if you see him online, be sure to have a chat!  


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