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Milestone Three: Draft of Profile Southern New Hampshire University Criminal Justice 303 Mark Evenson November 25, 2017
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Profile Background: John Wayne Gacy born was on March 17, 1942, in Chicago, Illinois raised in a two- parent household the only son, middle child of the three siblings. John’s mother was a homemaker his father was an auto repair machinist. John suffered from a heart condition which affected his childhood. Being overweight he lacked athletic skills John was placed into a different category with his peers and father. John Sr. was alcohol which made it nearly impossible for John to build a healthy relationship with his father. John Sr. physically abused his wife and three children. John never could gain his father’s love and approval with a consistent reminder of failures his father felt that he was stupid and wasn’t capable of greatness. John held in a deep dark secret from his father; a family friend would take him outside the home there was occasions where John and his father’s friend would take rides alone and molest him. The
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