Why Molesters Are Good Liars

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Very few of us have ever been suspected of a crime, and fewer still have been interviewed by the police about one. Under such circumstances, detection apprehension would be very high for most of us…

But that would change had we practiced lying over serious matters every day, had we lived a double life, had we been questioned by upset parents or by police numerous times in the past. You are never going to run into a child molester who is not a practiced liar, even if he is not a natural one.

Dr. Anna Salter – Author of Predators: Pedophiles, Rapists, and Other Sex Offenders: Who They Are, How They Operate, and How We Can Protect Our Children. New York: Basic Books, 2003.

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3 thoughts on “Why Molesters Are Good Liars

  1. Read her book several years ago when I knew very little about predators, how they operate,and so on. Mandatory reading for those of us interested in protecting children

  2. There’s nobody out there who agrees with anything Eidensohn says, except for the 3-4 yes-men there, and the 1 or 2 Meisels sock puppets (meisels himself?) that write all kinds of nasty things.

    What’s interesting is that Eidensohn routinely belittles and pushes around anybody who disagrees over there. Some amazing therapist he must be.

    But what is somewhat heartening is that the rest of the planet is on the other side of the issue. And this is evident everywhere on the internet, not to mention in conversations with people. Everyone else thinks that the other side is not making too much sense.

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