Whoever Fights Monsters - Chapter 12 Broader Horizons Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Broader Horizons Summary and Analysis

During this period, and especially in the later days at Quantico, Ressler began to try to find a wider audience for his information. He hoped to educated psychiatrists and public health professionals as well as law enforcement so that they could deal with people like the killers discussed here properly. One example of the importance of such education is the case of Monte Rissell. Rissell was a serial rapist and was put in a psychiatric institution after several of his crimes and delusions came to light. He was eventually released when the psychiatrist believed that he was able to return to society. After leaving the mental hospital, Rissell committed many further rapes. While giving a seminar on Rissell, a psychiatrist came in, obviously distraught, claiming that he was the one who cleared Rissell. Ressler helped the man...

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