How A Killer Became a Killer – Loss of the Human Condition

Where It All Went Wrong

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It’s no secret that Crime Series has been the trend in pop culture as of late. Many people are “killing” time watching the unfortunate events fold for primarily the victim—which many. And for a good reason. I would not see where things went wrong for the defendant. Which in many of these documentaries. Touch briefly on the background what had the straw finally break the camel’s back. Which many in an instance will have people say, “why are you defending the killer.” But in Netflix’s documentary titled “Long Shot.” It has the system working against a minority who has been profiled and attempted to be baited in confessing to a crime he never committed, which hits home hard. Because once you are the segregated minority. No matter how valid your statement is. When you been deemed the lowest caste in our society by the situation. No one will ever believe you. Which is the Netflix series “Don’t Fuck With Cats.” If it wasn’t for, as they call themselves, “internet nerds.” As the killer emphasizes, “using my Trump card.” He would of not only got away with an act of extreme cruelty to animals. He would have got away with it by playing the victim and rein-acting the scene to “Basic Instinct.” I find it odd that even prosecutors fell for the manipulation tactic. Which also confirmed the narcissistic behavior he would display. Having them find someone by the name of “Manny Lopez,” another element from the movie, sending feds on a wild goose chase. But at the same time, many become emotionally invested in watching these things. Those being critical thinkers not only analyzing the things that they caught early as they begin to pick apart the interaction between the defendants and interrogation. At the same time, many people ask the question. Where did it all go wrong?

One of the most common things about each series is the act of finding a “motive.” As a standard protocol, it makes me question “why many of these police agencies never get a psychologist involved. Until trial. Which if you ask me, it should include someone who, if not an actual psychologist. Is someone with enough knowledge to see through the situations. Which if someone is well versed in dealing with these personalities on a personal level. I could use the “fire with fire” approach. Which with a rational and well-versed individual. Could do what followers say I do with people who troll against me. The ability to dissect someone’s behavioral pattern and begin to uncover the behavioral patterns that lead to something vital to have the person break. It was taking them back in time to a place where they feel the most vulnerable. The first instances that had them internalized their pains made them a ticking time bomb. That had the straw break the camel’s back. In transparency, the moments that lead to events that lead to them abandoning their humanity and, in a sense becoming the predator. And how the entitled world around them enabled those events, regardless of the generic “don’t let others make you feel a certain way.” Because the truth is, it’s the same people who said these things also became an element of the crimes committed—which upon my return from New York. We will begin to examine how a killer became a killer.

Published by Frieda Lopez at Frieda the Writer

Frieda López is the writer for Journey of an Unraveled Road who was born and raised in San Antonio, TX. Through her professional career in Customer Relations and Retail Management, she has utilized her experience and interactions with the behavioral patterns, which was used to start her personal journey with Journey of A Unraveled Road as her debut novel. She has completed philosophy, psychology, and theology courses at San Antonio College as well as creative writing courses. Frieda López has been a lifelong writer since 2nd grade. A survivor of childhood trauma, childhood abuse, and domestic violence, she wrote this piece, which started this book as her personal journey; works from home in San Antonio, TX.

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