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Comment on New publication from the Prison Media Monitoring Unit by David Goslyn https://www.google.com//4f6/?p=1036&cpage=1#comment-1768672 Fri, 07 Feb 2014 16:57:38 +0000 /4f6/?p=1036#comment-1768672 I cannot access this document for some reason. Could someone please offer help? Thanks

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Comment on Violence and the full moon by april https://www.google.com//4f6/?p=1624&cpage=1#comment-1644879 Mon, 20 May 2013 04:18:53 +0000 /4f6/?p=1624#comment-1644879 i also call it full moon madness…that is exactly what it is.

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Comment on Study finds many older women also victims of partner violence by La violenza domestica non riguarda solo le giovani donne | Psicolinea https://www.google.com//4f6/?p=1374&cpage=1#comment-1575177 Tue, 15 Jan 2013 21:36:29 +0000 /4f6/?p=1374#comment-1575177 […] Fonte: Amy E. Bonomi, Melissa L. Anderson, Robert J. Reid, David Carrell, Paul A. Fishman, Frederick P. Rivara, and Robert S. Thompson (2007). Intimate Partner Violence in Older Women. The Gerontologist 47:34-41 via Psychology and Crime news […]

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Comment on Why did Maxine Breakspear kill? by Tracey https://www.google.com//4f6/?p=627&cpage=1#comment-1432101 Mon, 11 Jun 2012 10:29:41 +0000 /4f6/?p=627#comment-1432101 Ive known maxine since i was 12 we use to be really good friends when she moved away we did loose contact but when i knew her wouldn even touch a cigarette let alone drugs! I was shocked when i heard this and still didn believe it till i read several articles she was always a sweet kind girl and always walked away at the sightof trouble never even picked a fight so i dnt for 1 second think shes a cold blooded killer just got in the wrong crowd and im sure if she wasnt on the drink or drugs she wudn have performed such an act

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Comment on Spree killers feel society against them by Dahiana perez https://www.google.com//4f6/?p=415&cpage=1#comment-1124856 Tue, 06 Sep 2011 23:50:40 +0000 /4f6/?p=415#comment-1124856 I’m writing my term paper on spree killers, i have search what motivates a spree killers but there is no reasonable explanation ever thing is questionable. Can i please get some sites that could help me figure out their purpose to kill

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Comment on Violence and the full moon by Anna https://www.google.com//4f6/?p=1624&cpage=1#comment-1117046 Mon, 18 Jul 2011 09:53:23 +0000 /4f6/?p=1624#comment-1117046 I agree with Ava, The gravitational pull during a full moon causes high tides, women go into labor, and your brain swells therefore the term LUNACY,

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Comment on Violence and the full moon by Sandy Eady https://www.google.com//4f6/?p=1624&cpage=1#comment-1111689 Tue, 14 Jun 2011 10:54:52 +0000 /4f6/?p=1624#comment-1111689 I was a bartender for seven years before gradutating from school and when I noticed bizarre behaviour from customers, I would confirm that there was a full moon at the time. Strange people would come into the bar with violent behaviour before taking their first drink. One day in particular I a man walked into the bar and sat a huge butcher knife on my bar and then orderd a Jack and Coke. I calmly made him a strong Jack with a splash of coke and as I slowly sat it in front of him I slid the knife away without a word. Then I called security as he sat alone and drank his coctail. I was alone in the bar of an expensive hotel lobby bar on a river walk. This was early in the day on a full moon and the man was taken away by a big burly security guard in minutes. There were no othere customers in the bar. He was a man with dirty long hair and I was a young lady in my twenties dressed scantily in my uniform. I was afraid of him and did not want to see what happened after he added alcohol to his mood. Thankfully, security did their job and removed him and the big knife from the bar area. The gesture of asking for a drink by placing a knife on the bar was taken as a threat by me and I took my time protecting myself in the manner I felt best. The man had never been there before the full moon.

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Comment on Violence and the full moon by C. Bierl https://www.google.com//4f6/?p=1624&cpage=1#comment-1107758 Wed, 18 May 2011 18:15:08 +0000 /4f6/?p=1624#comment-1107758 I used to work at a mental hospital, and a lot of times they could not see outside, but they could not tell if it was a full moon or not. But they did act stranger or excuse my mouth or crazery. My husband says it only has to do with fishing, but I do not believe that. His moods change and so do mine. That’s while I call it full moon madness. If anyone wants let me know if anyone feals the same way. God bless you all

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Comment on Using forensic linguistics in the criminal justice system by Mustaphd zulfa https://www.google.com//4f6/?p=1953&cpage=1#comment-1106720 Wed, 11 May 2011 14:08:49 +0000 /4f6/?p=1953#comment-1106720 I will love to know more about forensic linguistics. It is a topic that has just being introduce to us in my department and i really love to know more about it ‘cos i find it interesting.

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Comment on Why did Maxine Breakspear kill? by No-Name (Sorry) https://www.google.com//4f6/?p=627&cpage=1#comment-1099480 Wed, 30 Mar 2011 01:31:24 +0000 /4f6/?p=627#comment-1099480 Yeah I must say that it was shocking to hear that Maxine & Rochelle had been arrested for something like this. My heart goes out to James and family.

I tend to believe that it all comes down to alcohol, and everything just escalated beyond anyone’s imagination.

From what I remember of Maxine, she was always a nice and polite girl. The same also goes for Rochelle. They weren’t terrorists on St. John’s estate… They were just teenage girls.

This was a crazy and disturbed night. Things obviously got out of control… And now both Maxine and Rochelle will have to live with this for the rest of their lives.

The way things turn out is just crazy. From teenagers hanging-around outside the ‘Posty’, to behind prison doors for years to come.

The sad thing is… Their lives are basically finished.
At such a young age, they will (even by now) have conformed to prison-life, and before this incident happened, they were (believe it or not) such sweet girls. That is all gone now.

Why were they running around, drunk and so very angry?
Where were their parents? Why on an estate, where so many people were in and out of prison, hooked on drugs and where crime had been taking place, was there no support for these young people?

St. John’s estate holds many dark-stories.

Now, I think the entire place has been cleaned up.
Alley-ways have been blocked up and I think now, the cameras actually work.

Maxine and Rochelle used to hang around, and me and my friends would see them almost daily. From time to time, we would spend days and nights with these two girls.

We got in to trouble from time to time… And maybe had some mouths on us, but in this day and age, who doesn’t? We would have seemed like ‘Thugs’ to some elderly and well-to-do people… But I can say, that never once did I ever see an evil or aggressive bone in either Maxine and Rochelle, the whole time I’ve known them.

Regardless, I have no doubt that these girls feel remorse and are withstanding the psychological impact of all the pain, grief and misery they have caused.

It’s absolutely mad, the way life can turn out.

God bless James and may he rest forever-more.

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Comment on Violence and the full moon by jonathan wright https://www.google.com//4f6/?p=1624&cpage=1#comment-1097841 Mon, 21 Mar 2011 01:47:11 +0000 /4f6/?p=1624#comment-1097841 There has never been and I repeat the statement ” NEVER” been shown any correlation between full mooons and any increase, derease, or otherwise in criminal behavior, animal behavior or any other behavior on this planet. If you believe there is then you are from another planet!…………jw

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Comment on Religiosity and sexual offending behaviour by David Towns https://www.google.com//4f6/?p=1423&cpage=1#comment-1084853 Tue, 04 Jan 2011 22:46:53 +0000 /4f6/?p=1423#comment-1084853 I spent 5 years in prison with many child sex offenders and rapists. Not one of them had gone to church throughout his whole life. And those who had been the most involved (which wasn’t all that much) appeared to be innocent anyway.

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Comment on New issue: International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 30(3) by Cynthia https://www.google.com//4f6/?p=1586&cpage=1#comment-1029972 Mon, 17 May 2010 03:59:12 +0000 /4f6/?p=1586#comment-1029972 I am writing a paper on kitty genovese’s murder and i found some information saying that their was not 38 witnesses, there was only maybe 5 or 6, is this true?

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Comment on Psychology in the Courtroom: Four recent articles of interest by Jacqui Cooper https://www.google.com//4f6/?p=1008&cpage=1#comment-1017981 Thu, 18 Feb 2010 13:51:09 +0000 /4f6/?p=1008#comment-1017981 It seems to me that more and more, across the globe, truth is less important than hitting conviction targets. We the public believe (for the most part) that the police and judiciary are there for our protection and that we are ‘innocent until proven guilty’.

Yet time after time cases come to light where terrible miscarriages of justice are perpetrated because of the psychological aspects of human beings rather than a reliance on good solid evidence.

It would appear that a confident and assertive lawyer who presents circumstances (which can be interpreted several ways) as irrefutable facts which have only one interpretation are most likely to win – regardless of truth!

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Comment on Violent video games – recent research by Matt https://www.google.com//4f6/?p=1453&cpage=1#comment-1015445 Fri, 05 Feb 2010 19:48:35 +0000 /4f6/?p=1453#comment-1015445 I don’t think it is the video games i think it is the parenting, and the stability of the adolesence’s mind, i am 16 and i have had anger issues since i could walk and i use violent video games to keep me from doing things to people in real life that i would in the video games so i think that violent video games are helpfull in way’s they relieve stress and they reliev anger and bottled up feelings.

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Comment on Youth with bipolar disorder misread facial expressions as hostile by Matthew Van Temple https://www.google.com//4f6/?p=1051&cpage=1#comment-1006133 Mon, 11 Jan 2010 05:04:10 +0000 /4f6/?p=1051#comment-1006133 Love the research but let’s be careful about the conclusion that minority opinion is a “misread” of the faces.

http://matthewvantemple.blogspot.com/2010/01/bipolar-youths-misreading-of-faces-may.html

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Comment on Online sex stings booming – why? by Anonymous https://www.google.com//4f6/?p=1096&cpage=1#comment-1002069 Tue, 29 Dec 2009 02:50:20 +0000 /4f6/?p=1096#comment-1002069 Maybe because the police trap these men in their weak moments into wanting a 15 year old. We live in a society where 15 year old singers are considered sex symbols. When talking online it is all fantasy, they don’t even know what 15 is, they just like that someone is talking to them and making them feel desired. They are stressed out men who don’t have time to go to bars so they talk to people online and don’t think.

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Comment on Did a psychological profile go too far? by Jordan https://www.google.com//4f6/?p=1895&cpage=1#comment-995881 Mon, 07 Dec 2009 16:12:12 +0000 /4f6/?p=1895#comment-995881 I think that drawing pictures like that as a teenager is a lot more troublesome than doing it as a child.
However, a case should not depend on psychological profiling alone; it should be based on ALL of the evidence (physical and psychological).

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Comment on Vicarious tramatisation of those who work with sex offenders by Mandy Hyland https://www.google.com//4f6/?p=1304&cpage=1#comment-972655 Sun, 27 Sep 2009 20:41:00 +0000 /4f6/?p=1304#comment-972655 Could I get a copy emailed to me of the full text article of Vicarious tramatisation of those who work with sex offenders? I am doing my clinical research on this topic for graduate school. I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you.
Mandy Hyland

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Comment on Using forensic linguistics in the criminal justice system by Vinay Chaganti https://www.google.com//4f6/?p=1953&cpage=1#comment-970986 Thu, 24 Sep 2009 16:16:59 +0000 /4f6/?p=1953#comment-970986 I am amazed that linguistics is considered as a part of forensic sciences, and more so that it is used to deal with real life criminal cases.

I go with Alan E. Even I am interested in understanding how forensic linguistics is validated, i.e., one of the tougher/straighter questions I have is – how do you know that a text has been written by a specific person.

There is a definite need to understand the research grounding on which this stands, before we can learn anything practical.

Correct me in case I am wrong.

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Comment on Violent video games – recent research by Oliver https://www.google.com//4f6/?p=1453&cpage=1#comment-968525 Sun, 20 Sep 2009 04:12:47 +0000 /4f6/?p=1453#comment-968525 Hey great comments guys, it’s all really good evidence for my media investigation. I reckon that video games are, like so many have you have said, a scapegoat. To me it simply seems that they are being used a scapegoat. Something wrong in the world? Bet your bottom dollar someone will find a way to relate it back to video games. All the crimes that are video game related, the criminals have usually had troubled backgrounds, playing inappropriate games (young gamers playing adult rated games), or have been playing the game for days and nights on end. All these seem to me to be the greater contributer to them committing crimes, not their game time play. So yeah that’s all.

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Comment on Violent video games – recent research by Millie https://www.google.com//4f6/?p=1453&cpage=1#comment-967399 Thu, 17 Sep 2009 08:28:58 +0000 /4f6/?p=1453#comment-967399 Well I don’t think that violence can be directly caused by video games. If you were to look at the population of kids that play video games, you would find that it’s quite a large percentage. So does that make all kids killers? There are ratings on video games for a reason, and according to law, children under the age of 18 aren’t supposed to be able to buy Mature rated games (though I’m not naive enough to believe that this is always upheld). But like someone has stated earlier, you don’t hear people blaming violent tv programs or rated R movies.

However, I don’t think that it helps gamers (I am one myself) for them to go “Me personally I’m not a violent person and I play video games” so just for the warning, that doesn’t help. Just use reason and logic to win the argument.

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