HOW TO TALK TO A TERRORIST BROTHER WHO LOST SOMEONE HE LOOKED UP TO:

22 Apr

The brother WILL answer questions. He lacks someone of perceived authority to turn to now that his brother is gone. He feels ‘alone’. Talking now will give him false sense of being a ‘hero.’ In his mind he will be playing the reel that says ‘I am doing good’ negating the bad. Sad. Indication of a term I coined at UCLA PD- psychological homelessness. It may turn out to be the Uncle from Maryland stepping in to the picture. Uncle is empathetic figure of authority contrasting to father in another country he is disconnected from emotionally. Will not be mother. He looks down on her. He needs a father figure. 19? No girlfriend? Ahem! Says it all, Most likely felt rejected by women he approached. Will respond to a soft spoken man who listens, sits near, allows ‘space’- Carrie Devorah CCIA MPI DRS profiler former BSIS

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