Drive people's emotions so high that they get crazy or get violent. I usually don't defend people who resort to physical violence but when dealing with him I'd absolve a murder. I wonder he did not become a lawyer (well, that's probably a good thing...).
Do you think this may be the case in general with them? I mean, when I read stories here seems like my Psychopath was actually super cunning with that stuff (I don't know if he has better controls or just is into a more "benign" kind of abuse) but it feels to me that these guys even when obviously criminal get very low sentences for the [censored] they do, especially when people go to prison for years for weed smoking.
And if that is so - how do you change that? Should we test criminals for psychopathy and treat them harsher? I mean, this sounds reasonable but then I know that such stuff is open to abuse in practice (my experience with mental health professionals is rather bad and I bet there would be tons of people misdiagnosed in both directions would it become common practice). Or should we just try to push more education for people in general and especially in law enforcement and judiciary to give them better chances of seeing though these snakes? How to fix that stuff?
He got away with stealing my computer (and then RETURNING it), he got away with physically assaulting a number of guys, he got away with putting me in jail for 2 days by telling the cops that I had 'attacked' him (when I was defending myself from his blows)... He is the biggest coward I have ever seen in my entire life, I have seen so many cowards in action but he takes the cake. To hit your girl so badly, for her to try to defend herself, and then to call the cops on her pretending to be the victim? He even tried to convince the prosecutor that I was bipolar, which didn't last long since I showed that I have no background. I mean, how bad can it get?
He started punching a random guy on the street because he was 'in a bad mood' and that 'it was my fault that I worked him up like that'. What was wrong
with me to stay with him??? He started punching another guy in a club who had touched my ass, I can't believe that I thought he was being chivalrous when he was just acting like the total neanderthal that he is. On my birthday last year, there was a huge fiasco when a girl had her iPhone stolen. She found it later but everyone said it was my ex, because they said that he had stolen things before like girl's bags and sunglasses, phones at parties... I made him swear this was not true and being in love like I was, I listened to a total lunatic in the face of a HUUUGE RED FLAG. These kinds of accusations don't just pop up out thin air, now I realize. They come from the fact that people really had a huge problem with him and hated his guts!!! He and his mom always use the word 'lawyer' in a tough situation. He always uses the law as a sort of shield, out of cowardice, to supposedly intimidate others. He feels power from his ability to 'yield' the law into hurting other people, pushing them to insanity and then trapping them.
I almost admire his sickness because he has both very low education and intellectual capability, but he's got psychopath skills and cunning that let him get away with anything!