Re: Why attorneys are daunted by cult litigation
Date: April 12, 2019 06:25AM
"...coaches', and 'organizational helpers', who are marching to a different drummer, entirely. Let's say I would not want to be in a dark alley with they folks."
Amen to that. This gives me reason to consider a couple of other things. I am wondering how it effects their lies, specifically in a courtroom. Will it make it easier for them to get by with lying, and to be believed? Could they lie their way through a polygraph? That worries me.
There is another thing I wonder about:
Many of these people did not grow up to be sociopaths. They did not necessarily have the genetic predisposition, and did not necessarily develop as sociopaths during their childhoods. As adults, before their LGAT involvement, they were pretty normal. I am wondering if, in at least some of them, the relatively "normal" part of their psychology still exists, buried under layers, or if it is gone completely. I don't know how much difference there is between these people and a born sociopath.
I felt that my recruiter still had some kind of an ethical compass, (which she actually fought against, as encouraged by her then-partner). I overheard an argument between them over lying, for example. I ran into her shortly after I became aware of her betrayal of me. She couldn't look me in the eyes. I don't know if this was due to guilt, or out of fear of repercussions. It has been years, and I don't know if she has gotten away from Landmark, or become even more deeply entrenched, by now.
I saw some signs of a conscience in a few other people, too. I am wondering if any of these people have reconsidered their dedication to Landmark. Some weren't too deeply involved to begin with.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 04/12/2019 06:32AM by kdag.