Dating psychos complaints
He added: 'The judge seems to think that domestic abuse, when it is committed by a woman against a man, is not as serious as it rightly is when it is the other way round.'Woodward, 24, left Mr Fairclough, 25, needing stitches in his leg after stabbing him with a breadknife in a row over her drink problem.Woodward also cut Mr Fairclough's fingers and hurled a laptop, a glass and a jam jar at him during the clash, prompting him to call the police as he struggled to disarm her.For they are perpetrated behind closed doors on people who for various reasons, either through fear or through love, will not complain.'- was sentenced to 21 months in prison at Oxford Crown Court for punching a friend and threatening him with a kitchen knife while drunk at a party in October 2013.The 23-year-old admitted causing actual bodily harm and affray and wrote a letter of apology to the court.Robert Hare, Professor of Psychology at the University of Vancouver, has devised a system of assessment called the Psychopathy Checklist.In specialized interviews, psychologists assess individuals on a scale of 0 to 40 for a series of character traits, including callousness, superficial charm, lack of empathy and many others (for more detail look at How to recognize a psychopath).
Her lawyer, James Sturman QC, said she was considering whether to do a Ph D abroad or to look for a research role at another university.
When the Judge Pringle told her she was free to go yesterday, Woodward mouthed the words 'thank you' and hurried from dock in tears., 20, was jailed for nine months for causing actual bodily harm after he broke a woman's nose at a nightclub in March 2014.
He repeatedly punched his victim in the face when a row erupted and she poured a drink over his head.
Psychopaths who have been convicted of appalling crimes explain with disturbing clarity what motivated them in their violent and destructive behaviour.
They speak without shame, guilt, remorse or empathy with their victims.