Jew in Jail

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Jew in Jail is the true story of the nearly six years I spent incarcerated for robbery in various correctional facilites in New York State as a direct result of my past addictions to alcohol, drugs and gambling.

My book details my attempts to change and get recovery from my addictions while behind bars, all the while being forced to deal with mistreatment and anti-Semitism from inmates and staff. More

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Words: 260,880
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301438471
About Gary Goldstein

Gary Goldstein was born on October 18, 1961 in Brooklyn, New York. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism from Long Island University in 1983, and is a selected member of Sigma Delta Chi, and Who's Who Among Students in American Universities & Colleges.

Before Gary's conviction, he worked for both CBS News and Sports, and NBC Sports, as a researcher/producer, and has also worked at other media outlets and sports production companies in the Tri-State area as well. Since his release in 2004, Gary has also been employed in the construction industry, but is now retired from that line of work.

Gary is single and has no children. He enjoys reading, writing, music, working out, spending time with family and friends, dating, and going to the beach.

Gary still resides in his hometown of Brooklyn, New York, and is currently working on his next book project, while also focusing on his motivational and inspirational speaking career.

You may contact Gary at Gman18NYC@aol.com.

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Former "Jew in Jail" Speaks Out On The Importance Of Alcohol & Drug Rehabilitation
Gary Goldstein, a former state prisoner in N.Y., and author of "Jew in Jail," is also a motivational & inspirational speaker on addiction & recovery. This video deals with the disease of addiction, how it is an epidemic in the U.S., and how Mr. Goldstein says it is time to finally stem the tide of alcohol and drug overdoses through recovery, and awareness in the media and general public.

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