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CIRCUMCISION as an Organized CrimeRichard L. Matteoli for Salem-News.com
Serial killers are usually creatures of habit; they find a method of destruction that works and stick to it. - Colin Evans.
(MONTEREY, CA) - Circumcision is a criminal Genital Dismemberment. It does not matter if it is socialized. There are two basic types of offenders. One is termed Organized and the second Disorganized. Organized offenders are more controlled and controlling.
Initial profile characteristics to determine if an offender is Organized or Disorganized evaluates: 1: Actions during the crime 2: Victim characteristics 3: Mobility to and from the crime scene; and 4: Evidence left at the crime scene.
Organized offenders have a higher than average intelligence and are mature. Mostly they come from a stable family yet discipline may be erratic. Employment is often below abilities but they have skilled jobs. Sometimes employment is sporadic. Organized criminals are socially adequate, usually live with a partner, or dominant female family member. Matriarchal relationships influence a large part of behavior. They are sexually competent within limits of normalcy.
Anger elicits the crime yet they are calm, controlled and relaxed during the crime. Their fantasies are fixed. Tokens are taken from the victim’s possession - as the prepuce. The token is used to relive the experience yet a discarded prepuce may be used psychologically. A few circumcisers take some prepuces and bury them according to religious custom. They acquire documentation from the press. Being circumcision is a Basic Social Act they may also help create press coverage.
An Anal Explosive Personality is common showing broadly defined orderliness, stubbornness, and compulsion for control with interest in collecting, possessing and retaining objects. There is inclination toward Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder. The criminal act is the apogee of in obsessive control.
Organized Crime Scene
The Organized offender’s crime scene shows order before, during and after the violent act. Their crimes are carefully planned and sometimes rehearsed even if rehearsal is a mental exercise. Victims share common characteristics. There is careful planning and searching for the preferred type of victim. Selection may hinge on age, sex, appearance (intact genitals), occupation, hairstyle or lifestyle.
Being socially adept, they attempt to strike up a pseudo-relationship. They often use some type of impersonation to hide their true demeanor. Clean appearance and being well dressed aids their ruse. This is aimed to gain the victim’s confidence. They lure their victims to their crime scene rather than forcibly abduct them.
Sexual control is required. When resistance ceases, violence increases. The outcome is largely pre-determined. Control is obtained with various restraints. Weapons are sadistically used with elements of eroticism. Weapons are brought to and taken away from the crime scene (bris kit). The act is tortured and methodical.
Fantasy and ritual predominate. The ritual of the crime is termed the Signature and varies little. The Signature of circumcision is an attack on the genitals – Genital Dismemberment. Dismemberment is common to a Lust Crime. Also victims may be posed. Most often than not those who advertise their circumcision services include photos with children.
There are many Personality Typologies used in classifying criminal behavior. Sean Hill developed a set where perpetrators are either: Visionary, Mission-Oriented, Hedonistic or Power/Control.
Visionary offenders often justify their acts with theological explanation. This is the only typology where biogenic factors are involved such as a tumor or brain damage. Circumcision alters the brain. They are often psychotic and paranoid.
Mission-Oriented perpetrators goal is to eliminate those deemed improper and they are correcting a perceived wrong. This fits circumcision as a purification ritual similar to genocidal behavior.
Hedonistic criminals commit their crimes in lust for emotional and/or sexual pleasure. They are thrill-oriented, sadistic and commit their crimes in comfort. Their main motivation is: Why Not!
Power/Control offenders seek total domination over the life of another. The victim is subject to the perpetrator’s whim. Excitement is in power and control, through the presumed authority to do so.
Serial sexual predators usually use three types of Approaches to access victims. They act within their own type of comfort zone. Approaches are the Con, Blitz and Surprise.
Con, the Lure previously mentioned, is used to gain victim trust. They act friendly and have a calm attitude. Often uniforms are worn. They are confident, organized and meticulous. The Con Approach increases over time as the serial sexual predator becomes more at ease and experienced in their ruse.
Blitz is brutally violent. Suddenness is not the defining factor especially with stalking. This has and is used in the hospital setting for circumcisions prior to consent. This is often used by the Anger Retaliatory offender.
Surprise occurs where the victim is chosen and a trap is set. They usually attack from behind. Threats are made to make the victim compliant. Surprise is often used by the Power Reassurance offender. Medicine continually uses threats of disease from their own inappropriate and misguiding studies. Surprise may also be used when a patient is under anesthesia.
The killer had the ability to hide his mental disease from co-workers or other people around him, this suggested average or above-average intelligence. Robert Cullen.
Vainglorious: The Munchausen Complex
Circumcision: Motivational Changes in the Meaning of the Word of God
Comixio Religionis: Circumcision NOT Jerusalemic
Circumcision: Medicine Practicing Below the Usual and Customary Standards of Care in Ritual
Circumcision as Attenuated Homicides
Circumcision: Incest and the GAIA COMPLEX as the Opposite Side of the Oedipal Coin
Dr. Matteoli graduated from St. Mary’s College of California in 1967 and Creighton University in 1971. He is retired from the US Navy where he spent most of his career attached to the United States Marine Corps. All articles are Mandated Reports to the social body regarding socialized and acculturated abuse.
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 Matteoli, Richard L., The Munchausen Complex: Socialization of Violence and Abuse, pp. 91-105, 2nd Ed., Nemean Press, 2010. A Mandated Report to the social body
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 Cullen, Robert, Citizen X, Ivy Books, 1992.
Richard Matteoli graduated from St. Mary's College of California in 1967 and Creighton University in 1971. He is retired from the US Navy where he spent most of his career attached to the United States Marine Corps and officially rated a Devil Doc. Other clinical experience outside private practice includes working for California Indian Health and California's Solano County Clinic for the poor as well as the Solano County Jail.
He is the author of the Handbook text references The Munchausen Complex: Socialization of Violence and Abuse and The Totemic Analogy in Bible Symbolism. Salem-News.com has carried several articles over the years. Dr. Matteoli has also been helpful in research for other articles we have carried, particularly with regard to military base contamination. We have been very pleased to have the honor of sharing his valuable writing with our readers.
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