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Children who kill

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Children who kill
Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD)
The Lack of Nurturing in first years of life
The Inability to make connections with others
The Violent or destructive behavior others or animals
The Inability to feel remorse
A disliking for emotional feelings or connections
Beth
Born to abusive parents
Adopted by nurturing parents
Diagnosed with RAD at 6 due to
violence with animals
violence toward brother
caught planning murder
EDWARD RAYMOND BATZIG
Inmate Details
Age: 26 Sex: MALE
Date of Birth: 10/05/1986 Citizenship: USA
Race: WHITE Complexion: LIGHT
Height: 6′ 00″
Current Location: PINE GROVE
Permanent Location: PINE GROVE
Committing County: PHILADELPHIA
DOMINIC MICHAEL COIA
Inmate Details
Age: 27
Sex: MALE
Date of Birth: 06/13/1985
Citizenship: USA
Race: WHITE
Complexion: LIGHT
Height: 5′ 10″
Current Location: GREENE
Permanent Location: GREENE
Committing County: PHILADELPHIA


Case Closed
Killing in the Family
Characteristics of children who kill family members:

1. The youth are raised in chemically dependent or other dysfunctional family

2. An on going pattern of family violence exists in the home

3. Conditions in the home worsen, and violence escalates.

4. The youth become increasingly vulnerable to stressors in the home environment.

5. A firearm is readily available in the home environment.




Why do they kill?

As a last resort for escape
To have their own way
Trial and Sentencing
She was convicted of three counts of first- degree murder, facing maximum of six years in prison and four of probation
In 2011 she enrolled in Mount Royal University classes, and must report to police, who monitor her curfew and conditions.
Grand Theft Auto
An eight year old who intentionally shot and killed his grandmother after playing Grand Theft Auto. Due to the child’s age he is exempt from criminal responsibility
Jason Sweeney
16 year old living in Philadelphia blue-collar neighborhood
Dating Justina Morley
Murdered in industrial area off of Beach Street known as the Trials
Suspects: Edward Batzig,Domenic and Nicolas Coia and Justina Morley


Types of Killers and Why they Kill
Types of Killers
Thrill
Disorders
Family
Gang
Hate crime
Psychopaths
Medicine Hat Girl
Jasmine, 12 year old
Canada, US
Suspected of killing her family with her 23 year old boyfriend

NICHOLAS GIRARD COIA
Inmate Details
Age: 26
Sex: MALE
Date of Birth: 08/30/1986
Citizenship: USA
Race: WHITE
Complexion: LIGHT
Height: 5′ 06″
Current Location: SOMERSET
Permanent Location: SOMERSET
Committing County: PHILADELPHIA
JUSTINA MORLEY
Inmate Details
Age: 24
Sex: FEMALE
Date of Birth: 03/07/1988
Citizenship: USA
Race: WHITE
Complexion: FAIR
Height: 5′ 04″
Current Location: CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS
Permanent Location: CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS
Committing County: PHILADELPHIA



“ I'm bleeding” and then looking at his girlfriend, “you set me up”
According to the Australian Institute of Family Studies (2012) child abuse is categorised into one of four harm types: physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotion abuse and neglect. As you can see in this chart the most common type of abuse if emotional abuse, followed by neglect.
Abuse
Cody Posey
killed his father, his stepmother, and his sister
He was convicted of first-degree murder for the death of his sister Marilea, second-degree murder for his stepmother Tryone and voluntary manslaughter for his father Paul
Statistics
Studies show that while youth violence appears to have declined, those statistics center only on actual arrests, not on violent acts that might have ended a life but did not. More than 400,000 youths aged ten to nineteen were injured as a result of violence in 2000, says one report, and 15 to 30 % of adolescent girls admit to committing a serious violent act. More and more kids are getting involved in risky behavior, searching for thrills and feeling less ashamed of harm done to others.
The annual number of murders committed by children under 18 peaked at 3,000 within the past two years, and has begun to drop, according to Ewing, but "while the number has gone down, the nature seems to be getting worse," he said. "We've graduated into the era of juvenile mass murder. You're seeing more violent killings, cases where kids are desecrating victims, more senseless killings, more killings that involve mutilation, that involve sexual acting out towards victims. I think what we're seeing is kids are catching up to adult murderers.
References
Ramsland, K. (n.d.). The Unthinkable. — Children Who Kill and What Motivates Them. Retrieved April 1, 2014, from http://www.crimelibrary.com/serial_killers/weird/kids2/index_1.html
THE END
Pled guilty
35 years in prison
Convicted
life without parole
Influences for killing
Abuse
Pressure
Media
Circumstances
Lack of conscience
It all leads back to.....
...ABUSE
Thrill Killing
Why?
For fun
For thrill
To cure boredom
Not all thrill kills start with the intention of murder.
On average about five parents are killed by their biological children in the United States every week.
On average, juveniles killed 31 fathers and 18 mothers per year.
Heide, K. (n.d.). Why Kids Kill Parents. Psychology Today: Health, Help, Happiness + Find a Therapist. Retrieved April 3, 2014, from http://www.psychologytoday.com/articles/200910/why-kids-kill-parents
Rowe, J. (n.d.). Fall 2006 26 E SCAPING A L IFE OF A BUSE : C HILDREN W HO K ILL T HEIR B ATTERERS AND THE P ROPER R OLE OF “BDigital Commons. Retrieved March 28, 2014, from http://digitalcommons.wcl.american.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1009&context=clb
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