Who has committed a crime?

1, Strip search prank call scams: Watch this video: https://youtu.be/UFXeXK3szOk And answer these questions: Given what you have been reading this week, what details did you note during this case study? Who has committed a crime? What crime have they committed? How would you assess dangerousness for this individual? What can we learn from Milgram’s Experiments on Obedience as it applies to this case? What information presented with the case do you base these opinions on? Also, give reaction and talk about aggressive behavior, like what type of aggressive behavior is this? Nothing super long! One page each assignment! Assignment 2: You may watch the video above to view publicly available crime scene photos along with me. These images are of the victims from this case, so I will summarize the state of the bodies for anyone that would prefer to avoid viewing the victim’s bodies. eyes were mutilated presence of semen victim’s genitals were removed (males were excised; females were eviscerated) teeth marks on the body and genitals Common Victim Characteristics intellectual disabilities alcohol and drug abuse was a current or past concern poor unwanted children and women (unmarried) Common Crime Characteristics use of a knife to kill and mutilate victims disposal of the body in remote wooded areas crimes committed on weekdays near mass transportation In 1985, psychiatrist Alexandr Bukhanovsky was consulted. Of the many questions which formed the doctor’s assessment, consider the following as you answer the case questions: What is the killer’s intelligence level? What age is the killer (older/younger)? What is arousing to the killer? Is it the chase, the suffering of the victim, evading authority, or something else? Where does the killer live? What type of work/job does the killer have? Case Questions Given what you have been reading this week, what details did you note during this case study? What can you tell about the killer from his victim choice and what does this imply? How does he get his victims to go with him? What is the role of trust in his crimes and in victim choice? How would you catch him? How would you assess dangerousness for this individual? What can you tell from the crime scene photos and/or the description of the crimes? What information presented with the case do you base these opinions on? Do you note any evidence (or change) in modus operandi, signature, or ritual?

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