What Would It Take to Make You Into a Cold Hearted Killer?
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There are many careers out there were a person seemed destined to work in that field from the time they were a small child. Doctors, firemen, biologists, and lawyers are all fields that people have always desired to pursue as a source of livelihood. There was something about them that just made them ideal for the work.
As others grow older, they seem to find that something really works for them, either because it provides the personal success they desire or because it really fits their personality, or both. This seems to work out for so many people.
But what about a person who becomes a contract killer. A man or woman who is willing to let others hire them as a contract killer to end somebodys life. How does a person find that they have this skill set?
The sad fact of the matter is that according to many law enforcement sources, a person who is willing to murder for hire has at least two issues that have gone on in their lives. The first of these is that they have been raised in very abusive homes, where suffering and pain was an everyday part of their lives. For such person, they have no emotions in the face of suffering people. And for this reason, they can kill or maim without batting an eyelid. They don’t care about anyone else because no one ever really cared about them. This is especially true when the abuse was emotional. If the parents withheld emotional love from the child, then it is likely that they have no real concept of remorse and empathy, so killing another person is like stepping on an ant. It means nothing to them.
The other person who is likely to become a hitman is one who has spent a good portion of time in a combat situation. There, they were forced to kill, and if they spent a long time in war they likely have become immune to the feelings that accompany grief at taking another person’s life. Their job as a soldier was to kill, so this easily transfers to a career in a profession where they can still kill to live. This is especially true for those who served in elite units where they train the soldiers to have no feelings about taking another person’s life.
These are sad scenarios, and not everyone who has had these first-hand experiences behaves this way. But the number of people forging careers as hitmen-for-hire is growing at an alarming rate.