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The Tactics and Ploys of Psychopath Aggressors

In furtherance of these traits, the major tactics and ploys of the psychopath are:

  1. denial of wrongdoings in the face of clear evidence;
  2. refusal to take responsibility for behaviours and actions;
  3. minimisation of the incident and consequences;
  4. blame being placed on others;
  5. misrepresentation, fabrication, embellishment and distortion of information and evidence;
  6. minimisation of all information and evidence regarding wrongdoing;
  7. claims of victim status, alleging the victim was the aggressor;
  8. projection of their own actions and behaviour onto the victim; e.g. she abuses/neglects the children/ she is an alcoholic or drug abuser. This is based on the belief by the psychopath that attack is the best form of defence.

The grooming of friends, relatives, and professionals is very clear in many cases, and in particular some psychiatrists, psychologists and family evaluators/reporters have been hoodwinked by such tactics and ploys by the psychopathic individual. Their reports, of course favouring the psychopath, have very considerable influence on the Courts and their determination

https://www.thetcj.org/social-work/the-tactics-and-ploys-of-psychopath-aggressors-in-the-family-law-system

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