The Rationale Why Criminality Leads to More Criminality WIth Age, Recruitment of the Next Generation of Criminal, and the Difficulty of Parole

Those who have lived and survived as a criminal past their 20’s, coming into their 30’s and having not been killed or incarcerated, often recount their younger years as a blur of a never ending cycle in which money is made, its spent lavishly to keep up the image of wealth, and because of the cyclical nature of these actions, a person finds themselves deeper and deeper in terms of their lifestyle and how immersed they became. Survivors typically state that they had concerns which the majority of...

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