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I fear that your analysis may be correct. I really doubt that predators would believe that the training applies to them. The training might deter some of their behavior if they truly believed the consequences to them would be severe. They would not care about their targets or victims, only themselves.
"If I want it, it's mine"
Why this behavior may be expressive of a "criminal personality."
They crave responsible living but don't want to be responsible for acquiring it.
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