Criminals are born as with a different psychological scheme that persuades them to commit crime. Scientists believe that criminals develop such a complex from either a biological, however not genetic, chemicals in their body. These differences allow a psychological failure that leads the person not to develop a conscience. However, there are two types of criminals those who feel absolutely no remorse for what they had committed, and those who feel sympathy and guilt for the act they had done. This complex though maybe from their experiences s explained by psychiatrist Dorothy Otnow Lewis and neurologist Jonathan Pincus: “Virtually all vicious criminals have some combination of 1) an abusive, or neglected childhood, 2) brain injuries (through accident or abuse), and 3) psychotic symptoms, especially paranoia.” Although mental instability will not always lead to crime, the fact is that those who do have this complex are more likely to become criminals. Through examining a criminals individual psychological and biological conditions and the environment that the person lives in, one can determine if that person will eventually become a threat to society as a criminal. The psychological complex of the person is the main cause of the persons inability to perceive what is right and wrong. This enables them to perform immoral duties without any guilt in their mind. These instabilities could be due to the fact that the environment in which a person had lived was unnatural and also an abusive situation. These situations may cause one to leave a permanent memory of a disrupted family and a disadvantaged home which

may lead a person to a complete mental breakdown. This may lead to a violent display. Also the complex is a biological circumstance, however it is not a genetic one. Scientists have yet to prove that there is in existence an ‘evil or criminal’ gene. As of present a criminal’s qualities will not pass to his/her offspring. The biological defect comes from their own psyche where their fantasies are forced to become their realities. They are caught in between fantasy and reality, and they feel compelled to act out these fantasies to become part of their regular lives. Thus, the fantasy which revolves around their psyche becomes a reality and as a result that person becomes a psychopath. The psychological complex of the person and the environment in which he/she grew up in, strongly influence crime into their lives.

A person does not need to have a craving to commit crime instead one just needs that fantasy world provided by the deepest outreaches of one’s imagination. This fantasy allows the person to feel as though they were an authority figure and this feeds their need to commit crimes. Crimes have often been viewed as beyond the criminal’s control. It was thought to be an urge of some kind that forces the person to react to certain things that will provoke them to do criminal acts. In this theory crime is viewed as a symptom of some problem – fear, or perhaps anger – that has led to mental illness. Criminals are of a different psychological state than that of the norm. However, they do not receive this from an ‘evil’ gene. Crime does not determine a persons ability to commit a crime but a persons thoughts of committing a crime.