Without Conscience: The Disturbing World of the Psychopaths Among Us - Chapter 7, White Collar Psychopaths, pg 102-123 Summary & Analysis

Robert Hare (psychologist)
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Chapter 7, White Collar Psychopaths, pg 102-123 Summary and Analysis

In 1987, Hare was contacted by a lawyer who had read an article by Hare. The lawyer was prosecuting John Grambling, Jr. who with the help of an accomplice, conned many banks into handing over millions of dollars. Without a gun, the two men walked away with 36.5 million dollars. They impressed people with their appearances and finessed bank owners with their charms.

Grambling claims that he is not a con-artist. He is in fact a "financial architect" and a "feeling person." These comments were lies. Grambling was a scam artist and con-man who was fired from several financial jobs. His wife feared for herself and her children. She could not stand when people called his crimes only "white collar" crimes. They were just as bad as violent crimes, just in a different...

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