Whoever Fights Monsters - Chapter 7 What Plus Why Equals Who Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 What Plus Why Equals Who Summary and Analysis

Early in the 1960s, profiling was not considered reputable in most crime fighting units. Some saw it as on par with reading the horoscope to find killers. Several cases, however, changed the minds of many of the skeptics in the early 1970s. The first involved several kidnappings in and around Bozeman, Montana. Ressler was brought in, at that time only beginning his profiling career, to try to make a basic profile of the potential kidnapper. Ressler profiled the kidnapper and presumed killer of the girls and found that one of the current suspects did fit the profile. After questioning the man and even giving him a lie detector test, however, he was able to pass the test and the police let him go. Ressler was not impressed by his ability to...

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