The Psychology of Committing a Criminal Offense and the Assassination of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln

Those who plan acts of violence almost always need a self-justification narrative to make it possible. It may make absolutely zero sense to anyone but the person committing the offence, but it is necessary psychologically speaking for the offender so that they can balance the idea of themselves within their own mind, as a good person. Prior to murdering Abraham Lincoln, John Wilkes Booth wrote a letter to the local newspapers which quoted Brutus from Williams Shakespeares play Julius Caesar. The...

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