Referring to the dismemberment of the adolescent Cruz Snayderlin Dadus Poche (Yeilin), psychiatrist José Miguel Gómez explained that highly dangerous psychopaths or homicides develop skills and abilities to detect their victims very easily.
When participating in the Despierta con CDN program, Dr. Gómez recalled that Yeilin was dismembered and buried in Elías Piña in some bushes by a neighbor who had summoned her to a place to give her an iPhone.
The behavioral professional explained that the psychopath manages the emotional and affective part of his victim, discovers how to gratify her, compensate her and offer her things to attract her or make her “take the bait”.
“Evidently, in this family, he took advantage of a teenager from a poor family to buy her with prebends of gifts and a cell phone. However, once he conquers her, before that there is threat, extortion, blackmail, intimacy and above all control. In the end, he unfortunately decides to kill her, but he had previously killed another person, ”he details.
In this sense, Miguel Gómez says that cases of psychopaths who commit homicides without a history of violating social norms are rare.
Therefore, the doctor questions the high number of people with criminal records who are released due to lack of evidence, when, according to him, the judicial authorities can use the forensic psychiatry units to evaluate them in psychiatric and psychological terms before set them free.
“Before releasing him, they must listen to the opinion of a psychologist, so that he can deliver to the Justice what is the diagnosis, prognosis, risk indicators and pathology that the individual has. They are highly dangerous individuals who should have been prevented, stayed in prison or received some psychosocial rehabilitation treatment inside the prison, “he explained, and also pointed out that in this way Yeilin’s murderer would have been prevented from returning to the street to kill a second person.
Profile of a psychopath
When asked what the profile of a highly dangerous psychopath or homicide would be, the psychiatrist stated that most of them are cold, calculating, distant and manipulative. In addition, he points out that these individuals like control, submission and power over their victims. “But above all, they are impulsive and violent, be it with verbal or physical aggression or extortion.”
However, he maintains that it is difficult to identify the psychopath who has a high level of education, because he keeps up appearances, is skillful, has strategies and a way to coerce, as well as victimize himself and control the victim.
He explains that the first thing the high-level psychopath does with the victim is to break the bonds of his family, leading him to make enemies of his father, his mother, his brothers and his friends. He indicates that the second step of the psychopath is to destroy her victim’s self-esteem, disregard her and then play with her. He “proceeds to victimize her, threaten her and blackmail her, but at the same time he gives her away and says he loves her. So he confuses her emotionally, and after he has control of her, he uses her in terms of taking resources from her or exploiting her. In the end, if he understands that she is losing control, then he proceeds to aggressiveness, ”adds the psychiatrist.
Pay attention to the individual
José Miguel Gómez argued that the psychopath with a low educational level and a poor social stratum is accompanied by drug or alcohol abuse, disproportionate impulsiveness, defiance, aggressiveness and a lack of ability to discriminate the elements of impulsiveness for what he intends to do. He understands that when schools work on adolescents’ self-esteem they develop skills and abilities to identify the person who can mistreat them.
Psychologist affirms that the psychopath attracts his victim with prebends