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Oscar Pistorius gets not guilty for murder….another psychopath who ‘got away with it’?

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Neighbour heard ‘blood curdling screams’ before the shots were fired.

Text messages showed the victim was scared of him and how he ‘snaps’ at her.

Evidence of his controlling behaviour over the now deceased.

Already committed other offences with a gun.

All hallmarks of a psychopath.

No, I wasn’t at the trial.

But, I do know how it takes very little to persuade a not guilty verdict, and expensive lawyers – often psychopaths themselves – achieve not guilty verdicts for other psychopaths all the time.

Lawyer – being the 2nd of the list of top careers psychopaths are drawn to. Judges are often psychopaths too, for this very same reason. And they can be paid off. I’m not suggesting the presiding judge in this case was. But, I’m not saying it isn’t a possibility in any case, especially the high profile, rich people, cases.

People will think this is an unfair attitude. Okay, if that’s what someone needs to think.

I call it reality. And insight. And accepting the vileness of abuse, murder, suffering – these psychopaths can cause. I don’t live in the world of denial, ignorance and ‘looking for the best’ in everyone, whilst ignoring the bad. So unwise.

Has justice been served?

I doubt it.

It rarely is.

Because we have ‘legal systems’, not justice systems.

Author: Healing From Complex Trauma & PTSD/CPTSD

I am a survivor of complex and multiple trauma and abuse, who at the age of 40, began my healing journey. I am using my journey to recovery and healing, to help others, to help survivors feel less alone, validated, encouraged and to enable others to understand themselves more. Complex trauma, particularly from severe, prolonged childhood abuse, is profoundly life changing. Complex trauma produces complex adults. The journey to recovery is a painful, often lonely, emotional daily challenge and it is my aim to encourage others in their daily battle. ~ Lilly Hope Lucario

4 thoughts on “Oscar Pistorius gets not guilty for murder….another psychopath who ‘got away with it’?

  1. this is so sick; and too much like things very close to my heart (a woman i love more than anythings situation. attempt was made on her by him, he got it downed to a misdemeanor and put on probation and that was 2 months ago- he is a diagnosed socio/psychopath…); so ive been wanting to read on other cases…. may i ask what the name of the case is or any other like ? thank you for posting this… sending you much love ❤

  2. Reblogged this on 18mitzvot: Narcissism. Grief. Recovery. Yiddishkeit. and commented:
    Such a disgusting story of abuse against women being dismissed yet again.

  3. Thank you, finally someone dares to say it. Yes, he is a psychopath, he has all the symptoms of antisocial personality. I am convinced that he got away with murder and it makes me so mad because it is unfair. If any average guy had done the same, he would have been found guilty. The difference is, Pistorius is rich, he might have offered 10 million Rand to the judge in exchange for his freedom and it wouldn’t have hurt him in the least. And if the judge is a sociopath as well, as you suggest, she wouldn’t have hesitated to accept a bribe. Very sad indeed.