The Criminal Mind

Mar 2, 2012, 5:55 AM |

What is it worth to say that the criminal usually returns to the scene of the crime?  This saying places 'suchness' of the criminal investigator in sync with the idolatry of the criminal mind, which shows that the saying has little or no logic behind it.

The actual crime is a case whereby the victim is made to suffer in some way, and suffering constitutes liable harm or loss to the victim.  As regard the law, the victim must be placed in a position to make the criminal pay the consequences for the harm done.

Thus, legal justice cannot be by way of logical connection of idea to idea, but must be by way of symbolism from sign to subject.  This places our current conception of justice beyond the pale