Just that really cant really be too precise on some questions because of confidentiality.
whythou111 · 19/09/2022 12:21
@Meili04 are there any traits you feel they all sort of share, as in is there a trait that if you saw it in your social life it would ring serious alarm bells for you? Even something that’s not usually considered particularly bad
Workyticket · 19/09/2022 12:39
Do they often present as 'normal people' in your opinion?
I've taught for years and around 12 of my ex students are now in prison for serious offences. 1 murder, rape, serious assault, planned (buy not carried out) terror attack etc
All but 1 were real, genuine surprises to me and I struggled to see them as rhe ordinary lads I'd known
DesignerRecliner · 19/09/2022 12:44
Thank you for your answer, I appreciate your honesty and objectivity. If it every reached parliament, would you support the forced castration of convicted paedophiles/rapists? It's terrifying that you say they're gaming the system and some cannot be rehabilitated
loislovesstewie · 19/09/2022 13:22
I worked as a homeless officer and interviewed quite a few ex-offenders, including paedophiles and other sex offenders and a few murderers. Not so much a question I suppose, but I always said I knew when a person was a paedophile without being told as they had a habit of trying to 'groom ' me . I think that they had a natural tendency to try to get me on their side for their own purpose,mostly to get housed where they wanted to be. I'm wondering if others have had that too? ( BTW, it didn't work with me)
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