Classified Ad Rapist
|Rating||:||4.64 (797 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||28 Pages|
The argument stems from the possible theories of a person’s physiology and biology affects or is affected by the environment in which they are raised. Criminal psychologist and behavioral scientist often find themselves debating on the effects of nature versus nurture when dealing with people who cause harm to others. For serial killer and rapist Bobby Joe Long, both nature and nurture shaped who he became later in life. These physiological issues would then be compounded by a broken household with an unconventional parenting, a life riddled with early exposure to sexuality, drugs and alcohol, and abuse. Long was born with medical issues that would plague him later in life. His medical situations would increase as he experienced one after another after another accidents and incidents leaving him with damage to his head and physical facial deformities. As Long passed through the years, his reactions to the world around him and his treatment of people would escalate until he would spend almost two years raping, beating, and murdering a string of women before the law finally stepped in and put him behind bars.
Five Stars FPARKS enjoyed it. Kary E Jackson-Sowell said Left out info. The details are vague and somewhat inaccurate.. I felt a lot of pertinent information was left out. Details of the murder victims and his rape victims that he set free. And then the kicker of the final abduction.