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According to the Department Of Justice, the most appropriate approach in the belief of Sociopath- is the natural development of the sociopath. Some of the more obvious clues that you may be dealing with a sociopath is that they are obsessive in their lifestyles. Home, family and work must be obsessively in order-by their standards. They are controlling to a fault. The real problem is dealing with the malignant personality.
Most malignant personalities are a developed trait and they appear to be bullies. They are obsessive for power and money if your go side ways against them they become obsessive in their control with you. There is no correlation that the sociopath is connected with any horoscope or sign as it is a developed trait.
-46 % of Law Enforcement as sociopaths.
-17% of those are sociopaths-8% are Malignant.
Sociopaths in History, Society and the Fear that They Create
March 28, 2009 by Kelly Bergmann
Scott Peterson Sociopaths: Tragedies in the Making
When Ted Bundy committed his unthinkable crimes against women in the 1970s, America saw a glimpse of the stereotypical sociopath. He showed no remorse for his crimes, continued to intrigue women even behind bars, always had a charismatic grin on his face, and even seemed proud of the rape and murders he inflicted on at least 36 women. It was his charm that became his deadliest weapon, as it is for others like him, such as Scott Peterson in 2002. Peterson fooled everybody around him for years, even after his pregnant wife Laci went missing. Scariest of all, there are so many sociopaths who commit crimes that will never be solved, leaving them free to charm another individual to death. There are crucial aspect similarities of sociopaths, and these are important to know.
1) Sociopaths rarely believe that social norms apply to them, especially where the law is concerned. They will repeatedly break the law, often for the same offense, because they feel themselves to be above typical repercussions.
2) Being easily annoyed or upset, and tending to take out these feelings aggressively, are dangerous sides to a sociopathic personality. They can blow up about the most trivial mistakes or misunderstandings in life, often becoming violent towards spouses and loved ones, but they will quickly express how sorry they are and state they will never do it again. Most people take them at their word, unable to believe that somebody they think they know so well could be capable of truly dangerous behavior.
3) Often impulsive, they rarely plan ahead and will easily forget plans they made even hours before.
4) Deceitful behaviors are normal to them, and most have numerous aliases, grand plans they never follow through with, and they tell so many intricate lies that they will more than likely believe them to be the truth.
5) They are often reckless, when it comes to themselves and others, and many think that they will not be injured. Many have a “God complex”, seeing themselves as all powerful.
6) Remorse and empathy for others are not principles they understand, and they will act aloof when made to explain their wrongdoings.
This Seattle man appeared on American Idiol.