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In a remote aboriginal community in Northeast Australia, the people are facing serious social problems with alcohol abuse and violence threatening family and community life.

Richard Wanambi, who calls himself lonely boy, has been drinking since he was 14, just like his father did.

Now he has been convicted of a terrible crime and is about to go to prison for a long time. He knows what to expect, because he has been there before.

In Australia's Northern Territory, most prisoners are indigenous men.

A story about alcohol abuse and how it has torn one family apart.

Source: Al Jazeera