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murderer Charles Whitman's tumor was affecting his brain functioning, do you think he was aware of desires to kill? Was he in control of the desires?...

 Assuming the murderer Charles Whitman's tumor was affecting his brain functioning, do you think he was aware of desires to kill? Was he in control of the desires? Had Whitman been captured and not killed, and you were on a jury trying him, would you have found him guilty or not guilty?

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People suffering from the tumor may not be aware of their desires as they change... View the full answer

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