a version posted: 10/20/2017:
“Intangible captivity: The potential for a new Canadian criminal defense of brainwashing and its implications for the battered woman”:
The self-defense argument that might entail violence in response to brainwashing to eliminate self, belief, intellect, sense of right and wrong, inflicted by the cruel actions of a sexual predator by psychological and physical torture. The psychological destruction of a sense of being and the brainwashing and terrorism that, “Evokes fears of losing self-control, of being used and dominated by another, and of losing one’s very identity.” - Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law and Justice:
Beyond the Canadian definitions of "intangible captivity" there are forms of electronic hypnosis, conditioning, and brainwashing that achieve the same results in a victim: the destruction of self, a sense of being and free will…
Where does the crime of psychological attack and its response lose its responsibility for reaction from a victim and the acts of a victim to then become the result of criminal behavior by the victim, and not the behavior created by brainwashing, torture, conditioning, and psychological training?
Please see: Electronic Friggin Banshees in the short story section of this blog.
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