Study: People Who Commit Crimes Have One Thing In Common

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By EurWeb

It’s an undeniable fact that Black and poor people vs. white and rich make up a disproportionate population in the prison system. But you don’t have to take my word for it, I believe they give prison tours, don’t they?

But seriously, have you ever wondered why some people take the criminal route, while others don’t? You can certainly throw in bad circumstances such as poverty, lack of opportunity, racism, and other very justifiable reasons. But if you are being completely realistic you see that two people living in the same circumstances are not necessarily taking the same route.

In other words, person #1 lives right next door to person #2, in a shitty neighborhood, horrible family situation, no money, no positive role models, no hope. Person #1 decides to go into a career of criminal behavior; while person #2, his or her neighbor, makes a decision to attend community college.

Why is that exactly?

I checked into it and discovered an article that talks about a team of researchers from America, Britain, Finland and Sweden who came upon a scientific study that claims most criminals have at least one trait in common.

And its genetic.

After reviewing data from the Finnish CRIME sample – which is a database that contains psychological tests and genetic material from 794 Finnish prisoners between 2010 – 2011, it was revealed that 568 of these prisoners screened positive for Antisocial Personality Disorder or ASPD. This is serious. The condition lends itself to aggressive behavior, no regard for rules or other people, dishonesty and irritability.

And the condition is said to be wildly over represented in prisons.

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