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Wow sounds like a great read. He seems like a classic psychopath who may have started of as a sociopath. Thanks for your answer.
Hi peeples, thanks for clarifying. I should have been more clear in my question that a sociopath is different from a psychopath and not necessarily violent but only have a certain chemical in their brain that produces guilt missing. Great answer
Right on, all human beings have the capacity to murder so that must mean all human beings are potential murders, the police think so, we also all have the potential for mental health breakdowns so potentially were all mad as well.
Then that would definitely be a nightmare :)
Colin said opportunity made him indulge his urge. That could be true of a dictator, who had fooled a judge to acquit him of a crime. He went on to fool a nation then died of kidney trouble. Verbal attack did not ruffle him; countered thru others.
Thanks for all you in depth knowledge! And yes I totally agree with you when you say that many are living amongst us and we may never know who these people are. I believe perhaps because they spend most of their lives mastering the art of deceit.
Wambough distinguishes between a sociopath and psycopath. Well, he is not a clinician. There must be some ways to prevent, treat and cure both illness. The case of Colin Pitchfork happened to be the first one solved by DNA fingerprinting.
@conradofontanilla from all the research I've done apparently there is no cure for both of these illnesses. But who knows, anything is possible.