Deliberant Stranger .docx - Nicolette Zamora The Deliberant Stranger Some symptoms of Anti-Social Personality Disorder that Ted Bundy showed were

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Nicolette Zamora The Deliberant Stranger Some symptoms of Anti-Social Personality Disorder that Ted Bundy showed were disre- gard right from wrong, persistent lying, using charm to manipulate others, impulsiveness or fail- ure to plan ahead, poor or abusive relationships, unnecessary risk taking or dangerous behavior with no regard for the safety or self or others. Ted showed numerous times his disregard right from wrong. He knew what he was doing to these innocent girls was wrong but kept doing it anyway because it made him feel superior. He was lying to his family and to his girlfriend at the time about what he was doing and were he was at different hours of the night. He would call his girlfriend late at night after he went out and did his killings so she knew it couldn t have been him because he was on the phone with her. He used his charm to manipulate these girls into his car to get them right where he wanted them. He was a good charmer too, he used whatever prop he had for example him faking he broke his arm. He knew a girl there would feel bad for him and help him with his bike at the lake that day. Ted would plan ahead of time what his next step was going to be and where he was going to go to find his next victims. His relationship with his girlfriend was mentally abusive because he manipulated her into thinking he was someone he re- ally wasn t.Richard Larson believed that Ted Bundy was innocent. Ted was caught two times. In 1977 Bundy was indicted on murder charges for the death of a young Colorado woman. He de- cided to act as his own lawyer in this case. During a trip to the courthouse library, Bundy jumped
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  • Spring '10
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