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David A. Porter

U.S.
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I can answer questions related to criminal and victim psychology, serial homicide, offender rehabilitation, sociopathy, sex crimes, , drug addiction and crime, and careers in criminal justice or Substance Abuse/Mental health care. I cannot and will not answer personal legal questions, or questions related to immediate personal safety.

Jean M Mahan

U.S.
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Mind games criminals play, how to spot lying, gang behavior, sex offenders, how to change criminal behavior, PTSD, sexual abusive victimization.

Bruce Borkosky, Psy.D.

U.S.
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Any questions in the area of Forensic Psychology. I am not a criminologist nor an FBI Behavioral Analyst. "WHY" questions are particularly difficult to answer scientifically (i.e., why do people commit crimes?).

Dr. Michael Nuccitelli

U.S.
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Cyber bullying, cyber stalking, cybercrime, cyber terrorism, online sexual predators, child predators, Internet safety, psychopathology, criminal & forensic psychology and cyber psychology.

Paul Edward Zukowski

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What`s in the minds of arsonists, rapists and murderers. I`m doing a research project related to sexual motivated serial criminals {aronist, rapist, & murders} I have reviewed the FBIs texts on the subject and am preparing a research purposal for them.

Jeffrey Hauck

U.S.
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I would welcome the opportunity to answer questions relating to or related to the fields of criminology and forensic psychology.

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2016-11-27 Writer Creating a Fictional Murderer:

Marisol,     your are very welcome.if you need some background on sociopaths, aka antisocials, you may want to check out my book:     https://www.amazon.com/Thoughts-Antisocial-Personality-David-Porter/dp/1532913737/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

2016-11-23 Writer Creating a Fictional Murderer:

Hello Marisol    Sorry this has taken me so long to respond. I only rec'd the email from Allexperts this AM.     1) Your backstory is plausible. Sometimes, when people experience consecutive losses, such

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