The Mind Of Those Who Kill And Kill Ourselves Summary

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Kill and Kill Themselves. After reading “The Mind of Those who Kill, and Kill Themselves” by Erica Good. It is descrived, how someone can good from a cherfull person to a violent one. By examining the viewpoints of psychiatrys and mass murderes we try to explain the bieviors and reasons for doing this.As it is many people have a violent way and deside to kill people, and kill themselves. In Erica Goods “The Mind of Those who Kill, and Kill Themselves”from The New York Time, she discuses Andreas Lubitz age 27 co-pilot of Germanwings crash. It is sayed that Lubitz was described as cheerful and careful pilot, a man who had dreams of fling since boyhood. It is a dream that most people have to fly and be free up in the skys. Sometimes those…show more content…
Dr. James L. Knoll director of forensic pshchiatry in University of New York Upstate Medical University said “ People want an easily graspable handle to help understand this, to blame somenthing or scapegoat.” This can be describe as a serious mental illnes, this suggest that it is a prime drive in a minority class abouth 20 percent. Experts have sugested that typical personality attribute in mass murderers is one of paranoid, plus disgruntlement.(Knoll) Another expert Dr.Micheal Stone of New York pshchiatry said “They want to die, but to bring many others down with them, wether co-workers, bosses, fammily or just plain folk who are in the vicinity. It is saied that this massmurders features is there belief that they had been…show more content…
Most are committed by man and are in the community of domestic violence cases. It could be the case of a husband who kills his wife, or girlfriend or lover. Suicides in the other hand are a smaller fraction of homicides over all. In any case they differ in signifficant ways from domestic crimes. In such cases depresion seams to play a signifficant role, 17 out of 18 perpetrators meat the diagnostic for a major depresion or some form of mental illnes. Some studies have shown that a mojority of killers abused alchohol or drugs. This murders can be saied that most of the times are impulsive, and they are commited in a stage of rage or jealousy mostly enable by the presence of a fire arm close by. In contrast to this massmurders plan thei crimes carfully they wait for the right oportunity to straik or act. In wich case they involbe a lot of inocent pople in their
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