‘Trust me, I’m a doctor, this is a medical treatment’ — Dr. Larry Nassar, psychopath, molests young female gymnasts for 20 plus years


Larry Nassar Was A Master Manipulator, But He Didn’t Act Alone

144 Women and Girls To Make Victim Impact Statements at Larry Nassar’s Sentencing

Sexual molester Larry Nassar played the victim in court

Michigan State employees reportedly knew about Larry Nassar’s abuse and did nothing

This saga raises numerous issues.

    1. Obviously he was enabled and protected by others.  I’m sure this included otherwise noncriminal psychopaths.  Protecting other psychopaths (from the empath world) is almost their prime directive — second to protecting themselves of course, but just barely, they take huge risks for each other. . . . But, but . . . are these really risks if no one ever recognizes what the enabling psychopaths are doing?
    2. How could he think he could get away with this, I?  Should psychopaths be considered psychotic as well as congenitally morally insane?  . . .  But, but . . . if he got away with this so long, is it still psychotic of him to think he could?  Who’s more psychotic, psychopaths or those of us operating from ingrained assumed normalcy/similarity bias?  Doctors aren’t supposed to be this aberrant, thus many wouldn’t/didn’t even entertain the possibility.
    3. How could he think he could get away with this, II?  Psychopaths are in a state of personality wide arrested development.  Time doesn’t go by for them.  They are all Peter Pans. Only outside forces would cause a change of behavior.  As far as he was concerned he had a winning system.
    4. Where was the press prior to 2016?  I’m getting more and more convinced that the protection of psychopaths, that the hiding of the true number of psychopaths is not a passive failure of the press, but an active, purposeful effort.
    5. If the press had done it’s job maybe some of the adults told would have thought, “well that’s a very strange story, doctors aren’t supposed to be that aberrant — but perhaps Nassar’s a psychopath,” and pushed for a criminal investigation.  Assumed normalcy/similarity bias assumes there are limits to human behavior.  Psychopaths cross that limit all the time.  A favorite phrase of psychopaths that one comes across all the time (I once heard it directly from a psychopath in a joking situation):  ‘go ahead and tell, no one will believe you anyway.’
    6. Several of the young women giving victim impact statements described how Larry Nassar stared at them during the whole testimony and how surprised they were.  As a psychopath Dr. Nassar felt no guilt, no bad conscience — there was no reason for him to look away.  Or perhaps he was trying one last pity play, a nonverbal pity play that wasn’t even received due to the fury of the testifiers.  Or perhaps he was hoping they would remember the ‘good times’, when he would be supportive of them, even giving them food against the rigorous training rules.
    7. Larry Nassar’s behavior led to suicides, Kyle Stephens’ father and Chelsea Markham.  Kyle Stephens:  “You convinced my parents I was a liar”.  Victim of ex-USA gymnastics doctor says abuse led to dad’s suicide. Unintegratable psychopathic interference (that blows others’s worlds apart) in other people’s lives is absolutely one of the main causes of suicide.  The article also brings up the suicide of one of the victims.
    8. Arrogance is often the first sign of psychopathy noticed Larry Nassar was sometimes arrogant, sometimes nervous, during only interview on sex abuse — Tim Evans’ 2016 interview of Larry Nassar in the IndyStar.
    9. Larry Nassar should not be considered a normal human ‘who went wrong.’  But rather as an emotional/reality illusionist human alternate.  You and I can carry out two, maybe three, mental tasks at one time — psychopaths probably five or so.  Think of the effort it took for him to molest his charges while talking calmly to their parents who were on the outside of the curtain.  They have different brains from us.  Larry Nassar is a pseudo human, a nonhuman human.
    10. The judge, Rosemarie Aquilina, should order that his DNA be sequenced and released publicly.
    11. The Larry Nassar saga represents a massive failure of adults, of adults failing to live up to their adultness.  I’m sure Dr. Nassar considered the parents too stupid to catch him.
    12. On a personal level I’m still totally amazed by this.  20 years of adult failure.  All of the parents allowed the ‘dry reasoning of the mind’ to override their reading of their daughters’ (and now we know, not surprisingly, sons’) emotional turmoil?
    13. I have no strategy that could have reached them.  In this blog, I think I will simply eschew strategy and simply call ’em as I see ’em.  Obviously, readers can take it however they wish.
    14. It took twenty years to control Larry Nassar.  NYC doesn’t have twenty years to control John Miller of the NYPD.  The presence of a congenitally morally insane individual as Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence and Counter-terrorism must be in contravention of the city charter and the oaths sworn to by the mayor and police commissioner.  I’ll front a lawsuit pro se if any attorneys wish to join me in advisor capacities (I couldn’t be disbarred or punished in other ways).

What’s the explanation of James Comey’s bad judgement?

Easy, his arrested development is approximately at the 9 year old level.  Also look at his facial expressions.  I’ve never seen him walk, but it might be worth paying attention to.  I believe he’s a psychopath.

Now, some readers may be saying, ‘wait a minute, how could all these fine upstanding individuals in fine upstanding jobs be psychopaths?”  Why not?  They aren’t rare.  There are more SAPs (socially acceptable psychopaths) than failed ones.  They aren’t wearing sandwich boards announcing what they are.  Ted Bundy would probably have appeared to be a fine upstanding judge if his plans had come to fruition.

This is a good time to drain the swamp at the FBI.  Test every FBI agent for psychopathy.

The FBI has been a criminal organization for a long time.  They tried to murder by suicide Martin Luther King Jr. by sending him a blackmail tape of a sexual encounter accompanied by a letter suggesting he protect his reputation.  Serious felony.  No FBI individual was ever arrested or even fired for this crime.  They successfully murdered by suicide the actress Jean Seberg.  They compromised or blackmailed or threatened (perhaps to take away her children) an ex-girlfriend of Washington Mayor Marion Barry into setting him up in a cocaine sting.  This is what the FBI does.

Here, The F.B.I. Deemed Agents Faultless in 150 Shootings – the FBI found itself blameless.  That’s a shocker.

“The F.B.I. takes very seriously any shooting incidents involving our agents, and as such we have an effective, time-tested process for addressing them internally,” a bureau spokesman said.

But if such internal investigations are time-tested, their outcomes are also predictable: from 1993 to early 2011, F.B.I. agents fatally shot about 70 “subjects” and wounded about 80 others — and every one of those episodes was deemed justified, according to interviews and internal F.B.I. records obtained by The New York Times through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.

The last two years have followed the same pattern: an F.B.I. spokesman said that since 2011, there had been no findings of improper intentional shootings.

How arrested in development of them.  An adult knows that perfection is unobtainable.  A child thinks perfection is better than imperfection.

On top of everything else, now the FBI is part of the NSA/FBI/Fusion Center apparatus, a greater danger to human freedom than communist East Germany’s STASI ever was.

More:  Creating terrorists: The FBI’s dark history of provoking violent attacks.   AMERICAN GANGSTER.

Search: “Do psychopaths blush?”

Not for the reasons we would.  They don’t understand adult matters or feel adult emotions, so here they are without shame or embarrassment.  They do however get embarrassed over matters that correspond to their arrested development age.

Sean Shaynak

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Doesn’t know right from wrong, doesn’t understand what he did wrong, pansexual, developmentally arrested, consequences schmonsequences, psychopath.

High school should have known about ‘sex predator’ teacher

In the eyes of the law, an individual is innocent until proven guilty of course.  Here the public, and I’ve joined in, is judging him guilty.  I believe there is enough believable and uncoordinated first person testimony on the public record.  Unsupported statements from the police, prosecutors etc. should be considered hearsay until proven in court.  We’ll see.

Currently Sanford Rubenstein faces serious charges.  I urge no rush to judgment.  The charges absolutely deserve to be investigated, but so does the background of the accuser for ties to law enforcement of the Cointelpro type.  I’m not saying he’s not guilty, I’m not saying he’s guilty, we don’t have enough evidence in the public record to know.  Moving to Occupy, they should have investigated (when they had money) the individuals accused of and accusing others of criminal acts.  There is a long record of U.S. law enforcement engaging in character assassinations.

Dov Charney, fired CEO of American Apparel

Open message to FTI Consulting, I am offering my services, for $50,000, to create a dossier on Dov Charney’s psychopathic behaviors and consistencies, supporting the proposition that he is in fact a psychopath.

Psychopaths have no need of privacy, like little children playing with their privates in front of the guests.  This trait, primitive, undeveloped sexuality with privacy unnecessary, is simply an aspect of the devastating arrested development of psychopaths, the primary psychopathic throughline.

For more info:  http://gawker.com/heres-ex-american-apparel-ceo-dov-charney-dancing-with-1593500201.

Related posts:  https://pathwhisperer.wordpress.com/2008/11/15/october-and-november-items-with-that-sociopathic-flavor/ (Anand Jon Alexander), https://pathwhisperer.wordpress.com/2009/09/03/not-frat-boy-behavior-sociopathic-behavior/, https://pathwhisperer.wordpress.com/?s=sexuality.

Psychopaths have a lot of difficulty having that second thought, so does Rep. Grimm

Psychopaths are in such devastated arrested development, that it is very difficult for them to reconsider impulses, to put the brakes on.  An individual psychopath’s position on this continuum is one of the great deciding factors between failed and successful (passing) psychopaths.

Quoting myself,

Elsewhere I have suggested it might be possible to pin down a sociopath’s approximate age level (somewhere in the latency period) but their development is a very odd amalgam with certain almost infantile traits.  The above is one, another is their inability to differentiate between the self and the self’s emotional desires (to them these are not two things).  Being emotionally thwarted is taken to be an attack on the self. [Emotionally/psychologically it “hurts” them.] Source.

Rep. Grimm’s presuming the camera is off with the interview being over is also consistent with psychopathy.  This very shallow, not all possibilities entertained, thinking is very typical of psychopaths and children.

We’ve got to keep psychopaths from having power over kids — the Kiera Wilmot story

Dr. John Stewart, Superintendent

Ron Pritchard, Principal

Tammy Glotfelty, Assistant State Attorney , Florida.

Kiera Wilmot’s, who was expelled and is being prosecuted for a science experiment that blew the cap off a soda bottle, only mistake was failing to realize that the adult world has gone insane and, in this case, is controlled by looney tune nutcases.  I’m not saying that all 3 of the above people are psychopaths, but they are certainly operating in psychopathy modality — absolutely heartlessly.  If they were/are not acting knowingly maliciously, then they are displaying a complete lack of adult judgment, which is a trait of psychopathic arrested development.

Ron Pritchard:  “She made a bad choice. Honestly, I don’t think she meant to ever hurt anyone. She wanted to see what would happen [when the chemicals mixed] and was shocked by what it did.'” http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2318258/A-science-project-gone-bad-16-year-old-good-girl-arrested-expelled-accidental-explosion-experiment.html?ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490  So why expel her and refer the case to law enforcement?

Florida School Responds to Criticism for Expelling Student Over Science Project: “There Are Consequences to Actions” http://blogs.miaminewtimes.com/riptide/2013/05/florida_school_responds_to_cri.php.  Psychopathic thinking to a ‘t’.

One sees this over and over again.  I was talking to a friend about his grand jury service here in NY, it was evident that the psychopathic members of the grand jury were just throwing the book at defendants without any mercy.  They couldn’t/can’t care less about destroying lives.  In NYC, young people get jail sentences for having pocketknives one can buy in any Lowes or Home Depot if they get picked up in a ‘stop and frisk.’

For more info:  http://raniakhalek.com/2013/05/01/kiera-wilmot-16-arrested-expelled-and-charged-with-felonies-for-bad-science-experiment/, http://blogs.miaminewtimes.com/riptide/2013/04/florida_teen_girl_charged_with.php.

All the authorities involved in the decision to expel and prosecute Kiera Wilmot should be fired.  They should also be tested for psychopathic brain structures to keep them from ever having such jobs again.  http://www.polk-fl.net/districtinfo/superintendent.htm, http://www.bartowhighschool.com/faculty.htm

Here’s an interesting discussion of this zero tolerance insanity:  https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2013/02/07/whats-behind-the-punishment-for-fake-guns-in-schools/.

Hopefully Kiera Wilmot’s response will be one of anger, not bewildered defeat.

Kiera Wilmot