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The Psychopathic Suspect-Interrogating the Psychopath

Interrogating the Psychopath

Hard-wired within the psychopath’s affected personality is a very high index of suspicion; psychopaths are incapable of fully trusting another human being and believe that everyone only acts in their own best interests. Consequently, if the investigator attempts to come across as someone who understands the suspect’s situation and can sympathize with the suspect’s reasons for committing the crime, the investigator will lose credibility.



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