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[–] jobes 2 points (+2|-0)

I was initially going to say "maybe military experiments caused the fit of psychopathy", but after reading more it just feels like extreme emotional distress. I know what it feels like divorcing because of extramarital affairs, and I broke a lot of things when I found out. I did that alone though (because I learned privately without being told) and didn't behead anyone obviously. I could see how the stress of being in the military to discover that the one person you thought you could trust more than anyone betrayed you could cause a complete mental breakdown, especially with the article talking about how the guy was already very intense about marriage being for life.

I obviously am not justifying it, but extreme stress can remove all humanity from people.

Very thorough thank you. I like your conclusion. The man obviously felt wronged to a very extreme extent. This article makes me wonder if perhaps the law should be dishing the blame towards the spouse. That'd probably never happen, though.

[–] jobes 1 points (+1|-0)

This article makes me wonder if perhaps the law should be dishing the blame towards the spouse.

I get where the idea for that would come from, but I can think of probably about 1 million ideas why that would be a really bad idea

[–] unruly 1 points (+1|-0)

Why post an article from 1994? What triggered this?

My wife browses all kinds of old things and she sent it to me after reading. What's wrong with time? it's not relevant to the topic