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As the family walks to the car, Diego's men gun down her husband and daughter in a drive-by shooting.
Mary Temple Grandin (born August 29, 1947) is an American professor of animal science at Colorado State University, consultant to the livestock industry on animal behavior, and autism spokesperson.
They soon hired a speech therapist, and Grandin received personalized input from the age of 2 and a half.
A nanny was also hired when Grandin was aged 3 to play educational games for hours with her.
An unidentified woman is engaged in a brutal fight with a man in a car and finally dispatches him with a shot to the head. Chris' friend tries to talk him into robbing Diego Garcia, a powerful drug lord.
Five years earlier, the same woman, Riley North, is working as a banker in Los Angeles struggling to make ends meet. Chris turns him down, but not before Garcia has already discovered his involvement and ordered his men to make an example of him.
Following her expulsion from Beaver Country Day School (reports vary on the actual name of the school Grandin was expelled from, with Grandin herself noting it to be Cherry Falls Girls' School in her first book, Emergence: Labelled Autistic), Grandin's mother placed her in Mountain Country School (now known as Hampshire Country School), a private boarding school in Rindge, New Hampshire, for children with behavioral problems.
In the 2010 Time 100, an annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world, she was named in the "Heroes" category.
Mary Temple Grandin was born in Boston, Massachusetts, into a very wealthy family. Grandin is the eldest of four children and has three younger siblings: two sisters and a brother.
One of the Irish girls who worked for the family was also named Mary, so Grandin was referred to by her middle name, Temple, to avoid confusion. Grandin has described one of her sisters as being dyslexic.
Grandin considers herself fortunate to have had supportive mentors from elementary school onward.
Even so, Grandin states that junior high and high school were the most unpleasant times of her life.
Her father was keen to follow this advice while her mother was strongly opposed to the idea as it likely would have caused her to never be able to see her daughter again.