Body Language – Mob Hitman Richard Kuklinski AKA Iceman

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Fascinating. I wish I knew what I know now back in the late 70’s when I was a Correctional Counselor dealing with murderers. I can tell you that the Juvenile Delinquents, who had a chance of getting paroled before they turned 18 would try hard to simulate remorse, but were seldom believable. The Felons, on the other hand, who had to serve at least half of their sentences, were very matter-of-fact and compartmentalized like the Iceman. When you would talk to them implying that the rival gang member they gunned down was a human being, just like them, it did not compute. In their twisted belief system, that was not the case and they were pleased with their actions, just like the Iceman was about the people he killed in anger. Some of the ones that killed innocent bystanders instead of their target seemed to have some remorse, but would often still justify their actions, feeling bad only that they missed the target and hit somebody else. They dehumanized the enemy.

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Oh my god! Good ????.

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