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Darren Wilson of Ferguson, a diagnosable sociopath ?

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  • #50555
    Copy_cat
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    I know on MIA we have alot of mental health wisdom , what do you think, is Darren Wilson of Ferguson a diagnosable sociopath ?

    Darren Wilson Interview With George Stephanopoulos – FULL

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhej1A7igtM

    In the Video Darren Wilson says he’s sorry but his conscience is clear. That’s what made me think of this topic.

    The most incredible trait of a sociopath, is their complete lack of conscience, lack of empathy, remorse, guilt or shame.
    This is one of the hallmark traits of the sociopath. It means that they can do practically anything, and then act as if nothing as happened. What are you making a fuss about? The most incredible trait of a sociopath, is their complete lack of conscience, lack of empathy, remorse, guilt or shame.

    And some other stuff http://www.google.com/search?q=diagnose+a+sociopath

    What do you think ?

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    #50559
    Copy_cat
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    Darren Wilson George Stephanopoulos FULL 45 MIN INTERVIEW

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=baSE7SObyw8

    http://www.google.com/search?q=sociopath+traits+symptoms

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    #50615

    Copy_cat,

    The grand jury was called to look at the facts, and make a decision.
    They did, and this is what they found:

    http://www.cnsnews.com/mrctv-blog/curtis-kalin/10-key-facts-ferguson-grand-jury-discovered

    The evidence seems to support what the officer said in the video.

    Duane

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    #50624
    Copy_cat
    Participant

    That’s nice but for the majority of Americans “justice” means the right to a speedy plea bargain after 5 minutes with a public pretender.

    #50625
    Copy_cat
    Participant

    Police barge into home to make arrest over the length of grass (caught on video)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PxV2vrgwJLs

    #50626
    Copy_cat
    Participant

    Maybe the state could have sent 2 men to that woman home with a lawn mower for the uncut grass instead handcuffs and deadly weapons ?

    If things get scary you can always dial 911 if you encounter a law enforcement in your home, on the streets or in your car and put them on recording with the 911 operator.

    #50668

    Copy_cat,

    I can understand appreciate the pain that many minorities feel in this country; and I will admit that there are sometimes injustices that take place; including racial profiling, and at times unfortunately, even brutality on the part of police officers.

    But I think Darren Wilson is being painted in an unfair way.
    He served the community for *six years* with a clean record; not one complaint; not one.
    Shortly before the incident with Michael Brown, he was answering a call to help a baby who was choking.
    Meanwhile, Michael Brown was committing a strong-armed robbery.

    As far as the incident itself; a total of *seven* black witnesses confirmed the testimony of officer Wilson.
    Several prior testimonies by witnesses were retracted. These were prior testimonies that he had his hands up.
    He did *not*. Some should have been charged with perjury.

    There is forensic blood evidence that shows that Michael Brown ran; then stopped, and then charged the officer.
    Blood evidence at the scene proves this.
    He charged the officer like a 300-pound linebacker.
    Michael Brown was only 8 feet away when the officer fired the fatal shot.
    8 feet away from being unarmed, to being armed – by taking the pistol out of the officer’s holster.

    Rudy Giuliani, a former federal prosecutor, explains:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bl0CH9vIeGM

    Again, I appreciate the pain many minorities feel. And I’m all for peaceful protests. But IMO, this was the wrong case for people to rally behind. The people of Ferguson torched their own city to the ground, and Officer Darren Wilson’s life was ruined.

    I think you are unjustified in calling him a sociopath, and I find it deeply troubling that he has had to endure this level of condemnation for exercising self defense.

    Duane

    #50669

    Correction: Several witnesses should have been charged with *perjury* in their initial testimony, by saying Michael Brown was shot in the back. He was *not*.

    Duane

    #50786
    Copy_cat
    Participant

    Copy_cat,

    I can understand appreciate the pain that many minorities feel in this country; and I will admit that there are sometimes injustices that take place; including racial profiling

    You are not suggesting that I fell for the divide and conquer bull that police brutality is “racial” problem are you ?

    That part where the media says “white” and “black” in every sentence doesn’t work on me. I see right through it.

    When faced on the battlefield with a numerically superior enemy, one must attempt to divide his enemy into smaller, more easily dispatched opponents – or even more ideally, divide them against one another, and have them defeat each other without ever drawing your sword.

    Two shootings, one given full national mainstream media coverage, the other ignored by the mainstream media.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYQMBqeeeBg

    Thats it, if I am going to spend time online doing activism I should spend it fighting psychiatry’s crimes against humanity.

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