Hello everyone Harp here,
This writing is based really on a email chat I had the other day it got me thinking and that’s always a good thing. We were discussing what happens to those who are near and dear to the ones who committed this heinous act and how does it impact their lives and actions in the future. Do they get disassociated by attachment? Think it cannot be easy having the stigma of a murderer or a rapist as a near and dear. What is the fallout even if you have a close one who is clinically criminal psychologically insane, will people think it runs in the family and start to say I wonder at one point when the madness will grip her/him. There could also be a instance especially in the some states where a family member is on death row or has been executed by lethal injection and did not do it but they never found that out until afterwards and unfortunately you can not reanimate a body. This article will be added to over time as I come up with more thoughts as I sense it could be a lengthy one. What switch in people’s heads makes them willing two commit criminal acts can they even justify it to themselves? If the killer is someone near and dear and murders another family member how does that effect you and the surrounding family? As discussed yesterday if the killer is 10yrs old or under and you can get two mental health professionals to agree that they were clinically insane and not in control of their actions mcnaughtons law comes into place to save them from death penalty or imprisonment and confinement but it would be harder to prove a child insane than a adult. How was this loophole ever needed it must have happened at some point and how did that person turn out after doing such a thing at a young age. This subject could grow legs and arms as the theology and the analysis behind crime is interesting but I’m guessing you would have to be a psychologist to puzzle it out or research. For now I have to go the day job beckons but please stay well and happy until we next chat.
Kindest Regards and Best Wishes to all Of you from Harp 🙂