Mental health and crime? How suspect? Conscience and conundrums...
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Mental health and crime? How suspect? Conscience and conundrums...

Oslo : Norway | Apr 10, 2012 at 4:39 AM PDT
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Breivik, Norway killer, says he intended to kill and does not need shrinks as he faces trial. He says he does not like them. They try to pin the usual general 'crazy' and frightening labels on him that they apply to all generic social misfits, criminal or saint. 'Psychotic', 'schizoid' etc.

But what is his motive in rejecting help? Does he boast of his killing and feel justified? He certainly does not want his guilt psychologising away?

Would shrinks try to hide his guilt and see him as blameless? How evil is the system? We read now that British gov from the top rigged a torture of a Libyan by M16, showing up the whole network of intrigue involved with Gaddafi, top univs liking his money for ages. Only recent years condemning him. Sometimes people use those who are disliked in general, or who are condemned for torture of those society likes, by turning agents of torture or assassination on those who society hates for their particular stance.

They can turn such danger on the innocent. A lot of this can link to mental health, which can prove a dangerous corrupt network of corruption and intrigue.

A univ student with church connections in the past has been accused of theft and egging on violence in London riots. They say she got put under mental health and began hanging in with bad associates. Often this is the ignorance used with mental health. Not that she is necessarily innocent. But in general terms it is true to say that if a person is stigmatised, sometimes injustly, as a misfit, then the systems lumps all eggs in one basket. They can say that a saint or good hard working misunderstood person is no better than a criminal or killer. This ignorance is widely condoned and in the hearts of supposedly 'very nice' successful socialites, even church members.

It is to be hoped it sorts out.

My area Barnsley has one of those notorious English churches housing units for homeless near St George's church. It has had innocent abused people put in alongside criminals with no discrimination help to find the vulnerable jobs. Horrific.

But all said to be good adult behaviour and good enough. Gov policy.

The homeless unit used to be Race St baths; they took kids there when I was a junior kid. In the 70s. It went to the dogs. All concerning mental health in a sense. Would they put Breivik in there awaiting trial to discuss ins and outs of what he evilly claims is the rights of 'Christian' people elimination? Would not put it past some .....

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Lippestad, lawyer of Anders Behring Breivik, arrives for the presentation of the second report regarding Breivik's mental health in Oslo
Lippestad, lawyer of Anders Behring Breivik, arrives for the presentation of the second report regarding Breivik's mental health in Oslo
Tallott is based in Barnsley, England, United Kingdom, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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