POLICE RECRUIT PSYCHOLOGICALS ARE INADEQUATE IN DALLAS
When first hearing of the shooting in Dallas by the cop that went to the wrong apartment, I was incredulous as to how this could possibly happen. ….she goes to the wrong apartment thinking that it was her own and ended up shooting the black man who resided there. Since this is not an everyday occurrence (the only one on record more likely) much wild speculation resulted as to why this strange sequence of events ever happened.
The first reaction I read of on social media was that she and he were involved and he had decided to end the relationship. In fact, this is the most plausible in this scenario. I mean most people who enter the wrong apartment soon realize the mistake and say “Oops, I am sorry sir for entering your apartment”. However, she reports that when she entered and saw a strange black man in her apartment her first response was to make commands. She states that he did not respond to her commands. He was in his own apartment. If she were normal thinking she would have first yelled, “what are you doing in my apartment?” and his response would have been , “This is not your apartment”. He surely would have been in his rights to be highly upset about an intruder into his apartment and also one who makes commands. Clearly, the officer in this case was or is an impaired officer and/or human being. Impaired human beings should not be police officers. The initial psychological evaluation of this officer was omitted or was woefully inadequate in this case, allowing a sick person to be on the police force when in fact they should have been on medication or in treatment for clear mental illness. To confuse her apartment means she was slow mentally, excessively fatigued or one of the few officers who do use illicit drugs. Let’s look at her phenotype analysis and see if we can discern what might have happened.
People with mental illness of the mild to moderate schizophrenia kind are highly insecure individuals. Insecure types over compensate for their perceived insecurity and have a huge chip on their shoulder. These are the types who love violence as a means of proving their power and strength over others. Racists tend to have this problem but it is not racism that is the real culprit here. Like George Zimmerman, it is fear and insecurity that make persons lethal in their attempts to prove to them and others that they are “strong”. Strong people however are secure and non violent. Mental illness also causes thought disorder resulting in reactionary and not thoughtful mental processes to be highlighted…. shoot first and talk later mentalities. Paranoia is often found causing poor judgement leading them to perceive danger when none in fact exists. This lady cop had another case of shooting an individual that went to a grand jury involving an Hispanic individual. The case was dropped, but it is odd that someone involved felt that the officer was not entirely innocent of a premature act in this case.
An analysis of her phenotype shows her to be mild to moderately paranoid schizophrenic, much like George Zimmerman. Mild mental disorders of this kind in combination with explosive personality disorder are lethal combinations when such individuals are allowed to carry guns and to also be officers of the law. Compensatory egotism resulting from insecurity, causes them to be extremely authoritarian…quick to make commands and to also get angry if the commands are not obeyed. Mild mental illness is extremely common. Police officers should have no insecurities and be free of explosive tendencies. Any delusional thinking or precipitate actions in the past should be red flags that the person is not fit to carry a gun as an officer of the law.
Her affect and look on her face hints at someone who may be mentally ill. The bags under her eyes indicate disorder either biological, psychological or perhaps even chronic insomnia. Her phenotype shows that she is recessive for schizophrenia in the mild to moderate range. Police work can act as an environmental precipitant causing the recessiveness to proceed to more serious forms of the disease. She could in fact be in decompensation from her stress and job. If this case shows no jilted love with retaliation, then this is a case of a person who should not have been in a uniform in the first place. The psychologist evaluating her failed her and the deceased man in this case. What a bizarre and senseless tragedy. A bright and decent young man lost his life because of a poor evaluation. Are current testing methods adequate?….. apparently not. Phenomics can fill the void here if anyone is interested.
It has now been revealed that a noise complaint had been filed by her against Mr. Jean, the victim. Now it all becomes clearer, if this news proves valid. She is exactly as her phenotype was described above except the reason for her being in the wrong apartment was that it was not a mistake. I have studied the files or phenotypes of many killers and the common features are mild to moderate psychotic disorder along with explosive personality disorder. This was a time bomb of a woman policeman who was angry….then confronted the noise maker…. but exploded in the process. Some report that he answered the door in his underwear and that the door was not ajar as she first claimed. How someone this ill passed the psychological is unbelievable.