SERIAL KILLERS: Profile of a Killer and Reasons They May Kill Guanine S. Michael Deviant Behavior Dr. Darwin Driggers, Hillsborough Community College – Ybor campus November 7, 2010 Dexter's worst fears have been realized. Because of Debra's unrelenting pursuit, Miami Metro is just one step away from discovering the identity of the Trinity Killer. And Dexter can't let that happen. Arthur's arrest would not only deprive Dexter of a satisfying kill, it would also expose the secret life Dexter's been leading in his pursuit of this monster. Dexter must take drastic action to buy himself time to deal with Trinity in his own fashion.
Porn and Predators: A Study of Ted Bundy By: Kayla Geeker Ted Bundy was a serial killer this is an academic certainty. However, his motivations are less than clear even today. Mr. Bundy used his final hours to further a self-serving agenda to prolong his own life. In the waiting moments of his life, Ted Bundy became the poster child of the anti porn movement. The purpose of this paper is too determined from a common person’s perception if there was a real link between porn and his heinous murders.
For example, “an insane murderer might slit another human’s throat, but in his reality he is slicing bread.” Now another approach to a criminal thought process is a criminal by chopping a human head and finding it funny for the victim to go looking for it.” I justify my first example by Einstein’s definition of insanity; “doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%27Naghten_rules).” My second example coincides with insanity, because under the Manchester Rule; “a person is not responsible for criminal conduct if at the time of the offense, the criminal conduct is the result of mental disease or defect, and the person lacks substantial capacity to appreciate wrongfulness of his conduct or to conform his conduct to the requirement of the law.” This rule explains why Rodion Raskolnikov is not mentally insane; he was simply guilty even before the
Carlisle article explained that the dark side envelops their personality by the fantasy they were living in subconsciously. Now that the dark side consumed them they start satisfying their urges in reality. His theory is effective because it relates to how the serial killer thinks while they are under their other persona. The psychological theory that Carlisle describes in his article does not contribute to the role of situations and socioeconomic factors in crime. Psychological theory doesn’t explain the social reasons why the serial killer becomes who he is, such as poverty and the people around him creating the behavior of killing tendencies.
Reflection/Opinion………………...…………………………………………………………pp4 9. References……………………………………………………………………………………pp5 Abstract This KGA is about Ted Bundy who was a serial killer who targeted young ladies. Mostly because he was bad with women, had jealousy and mental issues but there were other reasons. I will show how he started committing crimes and what happen to him. Background Research on Criminology Criminology is the scientific study of crime its causes and how to resolve it.
The author believes there are reasons such as reports of cult-related homicides will provide research date for researchers to be able to continue to research serial killers and satanism. I am in limbo on this believe of the author concerning satanism, on one had I believe we could put the money used for that research to research that needs the money. On the other hand the research may find a link, but I just they are just evil monsters. I believe anyone can be saved if they want it bad enough and I have the same opinion as the author on serial
Mr. Malinger constantly brags about his cunning throughout the story (pgs. 78, 80, 81), and mentions how he is not insane, but misunderstood (pgs. 78, 80, 81). He also gradually plans the death of Jenkins Benign, even if there was no specific premeditated design of murder. The defendant not only knew what he was doing, but also that it was wrong, thus eliminating the possibility of using the insanity
Macbeth symbolizes humanity because he possesses qualities of wisdom lodged between his other emotions. He acknowledges the fact that people are aware of his crime; therefore, Macbeth acts as a stereotypical man would by attempting to cover his tracks with more acts of violence. When asking the murderers to kill Banquo, he tells them "Now if you have a station in the file, / Not i' th' worst rank of manhood, say 't, / And I will put that business in your bosoms / Whose execution takes your enemy off" (3. 1. 102-105).
Interrogation, Miranda, and Invocations of the Rights to Silence and to Counsel I am a "Law & Order" addict who thinks I could get a perp to confess. A little glaring, some getting in the guy's face, a revelation that his fingerprints are all over the murder weapon and voilà! He's recounting his crime. In real life, police interrogation requires more than confidence and creativity (although those qualities do help) -- interrogators are highly trained in the psychological tactics of social influence. Getting someone to confess to a crime is not a simple task, and the fact that detectives sometimes end up with confessions from the innocent testifies to their expertise in psychological manipulation.
Everyone expects serial murderers to be wild-eyed and easy to spot. The problem with apprehending the organized offenders is that they have learned to fit into society better. They are often articulate, intelligent, and charming. They have learned many of these lessons through various inputs including inconsistent parenting, and have turned those experiences to their advantage by knowing how to manipulate their situations. One of the pioneering members of the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit, John Douglas, describes one example of such a man, John Robinson, known to be the first internet serial killer, in his book Anyone You Want Me to Be.