Wednesday, May 02, 2007

The Serial Myth

What is it about the human mind and heart, which lays deceptively unearthed, that is capable of immense immaculate good, but could lash with venom and vile, fierce malevolence.

Death and murder are held by most societies as taboo and as a result are shrouded in myth and false science. The connotations thus encapsulated often obscure objective judgment.

Bosibori Ndemo wonders why forensic scientists insist that black people cannot be serial killers nor sociopaths. Read and comment here.