On Friday, there was this here scuffle what broke out in Marseille (that’s in France) between fans from England and fans from Russia over the Euro 2016 match on Saturday.  They was throwing chairs and punches at each other and it got so bad that them French policemen was throwing tear gas at the lot.

Now consider this. There weren’t no stories what said that everyone from England is a ruffian.  And there weren’t no stories what said that everyone from Russia is a thug.  And there weren’t no stories what said that French police loves to lob tear gas at Brits and Russians for fun.

But when someone with autism does something wrong, people gets the idea that autism makes autistics violent.  And when someone what don’t have autism does something wrong, people gets the idea that autism’s involved because that’s what them barristers and solicitors trot out right quick.

“The client probably has autism,” they says to the judge, “and don’t even know he’s got it, and that’s why he done what he done.”

That’s discrimination against autistics that is, and it’s #AutismAbuse.

Right now, Rion McNeally is locked up at East Burmington Hospital and he’s accused of doing horrible things what I doesn’t believe he’s done.  It don’t matter if you says something good about Rion.  That Dr. Aidan Beresford-Smith won’t listen.  As they say in America, “Sorry, Mac, the bank’s closed.”

Remember to share this with the usual hashtags. Let’s get word out on this campaign to #SaveRionMcNeally.

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