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Profiling Casey
Written by Editor   
Monday, 22 September 2008 05:22

On Tuesday, July 15, 2008 at 8:44 PM Eastern, the Orange County Sheriff's Office received a call regarding a missing child. Less than an hour later, Cindy Anthony called back in near hysterics, claiming that her daughter finally admitted to her that Caylee had been abducted and that "There's something wrong. I found my daughter's car today and it smells like there's been a dead body in the damn car."

 
Tell me no secrets, tell me no lies
Written by Editor   
Saturday, 05 May 2007 21:15

If you were to walk up to any stranger and ask if they could detect a lie, there is a high probability that you would receive an affirmative answer. Research however indicates that our ability to detect a lie is no better than chance. Still, we persist and in a sense the criminal trial system reflects just how tenaciously we hold to this mythological belief.

 
Profiling the Unsub
Written by Russell   
Monday, 15 September 2008 04:44
[Editor's note: Some time ago, Russell L. Smith, creator of the BRACE Character Profile, contacted John Douglas, renown FBI profiler, asking him to score an unsub of his choice. Mr Smith's goal? To gauge the validity of his tool against a known serial killer. This is the second of two installments of the "BRACE Character Profile Validity Test."]
 
The Silent Victims
Written by Editor   
Saturday, 28 April 2007 12:59

Nobody Nowhere, by Donna Williams, is a first hand account of struggling with autism--where language and emotion are disconnected, and where physical pain is experienced in response to stress.

 
The Profiler and the Unsub
Written by Russell   
Sunday, 24 August 2008 08:04
[Editor's note: Some time ago, Russell L. Smith, creator of the BRACE Character Profile, contacted John Douglas, renown FBI profiler, asking him to score an unsub of his choice. Mr Smith's goal? To gauge the validity of his tool against a known serial killer. This is the first of two installments of the "BRACE Character Profile Validity Test."]
 
The modern-day Eris, the Cruel Divider
Written by Editor   
Saturday, 17 January 2004 16:00

In reading the scant information discussed in the various so-called Recovered Memory Therapy lawsuits along with Retractor self-told tales I am reminded of various (dare I say "borderline"?) folk whom I have had the unfortunate displeasure of encountering in my travels. Ignoring their obnoxious behaviors (such as promiscuity, drug abuse, and other illegal actions that appear endemic to this population) one common thread is the glaring one-upsmanship, lack of personal accountability, and their uncanny ability to cause chaos and divide.

 
Biscuits du jour
Written by Editor   
Thursday, 19 April 2007 13:07

The field of forensic psychology is generally about psychology and the legal system. There is however one area of which few may be aware. Forensic psychologist also consult in domains that have an international impact. Take the war on terrorism, for example.

 
The Masters' Advocate review of Inside the Mind of BTK
Written by Russell   
Wednesday, 26 March 2008 14:24

As one would expect from the title, the authors detail the intimate interplay between cognitive and behavioral processes in the development and functioning of serial killer Dennis Lynn Rader. But they also revealed the very real mental and physical risks for forensic professionals who overly exercise their own imaginations to conceptualize the thoughts, behavior, and motivations of sadistic psychopaths.

 
When life imitates art
Written by Editor   
Friday, 21 November 2003 11:50
"And if it's me locked inside this box, then I pray that my love can pick these locks. Oh no, here we go again. You try and you try to untie the knots. With the grace of a sailor and the will of a box. Both shaking like a leaf. Both staring at the lights. Both trying not to sleep. Both trying not to fight. And it's nights like this when I'm scared to death. Will the morning come quickly? Will there be anything left?"
-- Pilgrim
 
Sorrow`s children
Written by Editor   
Sunday, 10 December 2006 06:44

On Wednesday, October 19, 2005, 23-year-old Lashaun Harris threw her three young children—aged 16-months-old to 6-years-old—to their deaths in the San Francisco bay.[1] On Wednesday, March 29, 2006, Linda Woo of San Francisco, California, murdered her 3-year-old daughter in an attempted murder-suicide.[2]


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