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① I was helpless without knowing the reason… Seohyeon Station, Joseon, and Jeong Yoo-jeong incidents have in common

Another tragedy occurred less than two weeks after the ‘Sillim Station Don’t Ask Murder’ turned the whole country upside down. At around 6:00 pm on the 3rd, news broke that a man named Choi in his 20s injured 14 people with a vehicle and a weapon at a department store in Seohyeon-dong, Bundang-gu, Gyeonggi-do. Indiscriminate violent crimes targeting an unspecified number of people are continuing, driving citizens into fear.

The expression don’t ask crime literally implies the message ‘don’t ask because you don’t know (the motive or reason for the crime)’. In other words, revealing the nature and cause of the crime without asking can itself be a contradiction. Nevertheless, in order to come up with a fundamental plan to prevent a recurrence, it is necessary to properly examine the nature and cause of the crime without asking. Seohyeon-dong’s stabbing criminal, Sillim Station murderer Joseon, and Jeong Yoo-jeong, who stabbed and killed the victim 110 times with a weapon. Who are these people, and why did they commit such atrocious crimes?

Mainly in the summer, with a sharp weapon, remaining at the scene after the crime… ‘Reality Dissatisfied’ Don’t Ask Crime
Don’t ask crime is not a legal term or an academic term. In general, committing violence against an unspecified person without a clear motive is called an “don’t ask” crime. In the police, ‘abnormal motive crime’ is used as an official term.

Yoon Jung-sook, a researcher at the Korea Institute for Criminal Justice Policy, and Park Ji-sun, a professor at the Department of Social Psychology at Sookmyung Women’s University, already presented research results in 2014 that categorized the crime of “don’t ask.” The Minimum Spatial Analysis ( SSA ) of the Hebrew University of Israel was followed. This categorization method divides don’t ask crimes into three major categories: reality dissatisfaction, mental disorder, and chronic anger.

Sillim-dong Don’t Ask Murderer Jo Seon and Jeong Yoo-jung, who murdered a woman her age, belong to the ‘real dissatisfied type’. If mentally and physically weak people suffering from mental disorders such as schizophrenia are generally in the ‘mental disorder type’, and those who commit crimes under the influence of alcohol or drugs are in the ‘chronic anger type’, reality dissatisfaction types are different from them. They have one thing in common: they usually commit crimes while feeling depressed while having hostility toward society . Social emotional function is markedly reduced, so they live an isolated life, do not pursue interpersonal relationships, and also tend to have low self-esteem and other self-functions. Unlike mental disorder or drug use, this is not a reason for commuting the sentence due to infirmity.

In the case of Joseon, it is said that he said, “I don’t want to live in the world,” “I can’t go my way,” “I wanted to make other people unhappy,” and “I did it because I felt inferior to men my age.” Jeong Yu-jeong is said to have stated in such ways as “I felt betrayed by her father’s remarriage” and “I was frustrated because I had to continue living with my grandfather, who did not get along well.”

According to the results of the study, don’t ask criminals who are dissatisfied with reality usually commit crimes on the street using sharp tools in summer, and often stay without leaving the scene after the crime. Joseon was like that too. After committing the crime in the middle of Sillim Station in broad daylight, he was sitting on the stairs and was easily arrested. They also say that they do not have a good relationship with their parents or siblings, have thoughts or fantasies of harming themselves, and often have a desire to commit suicide.

They are less likely to have committed crimes against people in the past. 91% of the chronic anger type and 67% of the mental disorder type have a history of interpersonal crime, but only 37.5% of the total dissatisfied type have a history of interpersonal crime, according to researcher Yoon et al. Chosun is not applicable here because it has three previous criminal convictions including weapon injury. Instead, Jeong Yoo-jeong is applicable. It is said that Jeong Yoo-jeong had no criminal record, and this served as a deduction factor in the psychopath test.

Criminals who are dissatisfied with reality are also characterized by a tendency to inflict multiple injuries on various parts of the victim’s body, a strong tendency to relieve stress by playing games or gambling, and a victim’s average age is 27.4 years old.

It is not yet clear whether Choi, the culprit of Seohyeon-dong’s stabbing, has a mental disorder. “Someone is trying to kill me,” he said in a gibberish manner, and the police are checking his mental history. If it is found to have a mental disorder, it is likely to belong to the second type, the ‘mental disorder type’. They are often said to have delusions, hallucinations, or hallucinations, or to be in poor physical condition at the time of the crime.

Due to dissatisfaction and helplessness in reality, it is attributed to a specific group… Distorted Hero Psychological Intervention
Sujeong Lee, a professor of criminal psychology at Kyonggi University, said, “The pattern and motive of their weapon rampage is very similar to that of ‘lone wolf’ type terrorists in the English-speaking countries.  There is an antisocial motive to incite fear by committing crimes indiscriminately on people, ” he said.

Don’t ask, where do the antisocial motives of criminals come from? Lee Woong-hyeok, a professor of police department at Konkuk University, explained, “Joseon and Jeong Yoo-jeong relieved the stress that comes from the gap between their social goals and means through crime.” Kim Sang-kyun, professor of police department at Baekseok University, also said메이저사이트, “Ever since they grew up, they tend to look for reasons other than themselves for the reason that things are not working out properly.” to blame,” he said.

In the case of Joseon, a specific group called ‘strong young men’ was selected from among the unspecified majority and committed the crime. Jeong Yoo-jung targeted a ‘woman living alone’ and a ‘prestigious college student of her age’ in the tutoring application (app). Even though it was an indiscriminate crime against a person with no one to know, there was a standard of its own for selecting the victim. On the other hand, the culprit in Seo Hyeon-dong seems to have chosen the victim completely at random.

In some cases, anger toward a specific person is directed to a third person instead. Ham Hye-hyun, professor of public safety police department at Pukyong National University, explained, “There is someone you want to kill or assault, but it is difficult to approach because they are far away, or that person is stronger than you, so you target a third person and release your anger instead.” . Professor Ham added that a kind of distorted heroic psychology could also be involved in this.

In fact, Jeong Yu-jeong is said to have called her father three days before her crime and said, “If I do something big, my father will suffer, and if I do something big, I will die too.” In other words, the motive for the crime was the psychology of harming a third person in order to cause pain to her father who longed for her affection.

Don’t ask crime is also closely related to psychopath crime. Don’t ask, not everyone who commits a crime has strong psychopathic tendencies. However, Professor Kim Sang-gyun explained, “The characteristic of psychopaths who lack the ability to empathize, that is, lack of sincerity, is often found in crimes with unclear motives.” In the PCL-R test , which tests for psychopathic tendencies, Jeong Yu-jeong scored 28 points, exceeding the abnormal standard (25 points).


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