Why People Go To Prison Essay

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The United States leads the world with 2,145,100 in prison. "While the United States represents about 4.4 percent of the world's population, it houses around 22 percent of the world's prisoners" (Wikipedia). Although America has a large population from all over the world, some people are immigrants, illegals, and double citizens. Some have been in jail for so long. They are either have done something wrong, the similarity of names or oppressed. Some blame the wars and violence, and others blame biological genes and social media within TV shows and movies. As well as there are a lot of unbelievable laws, that throw people in jails for sort of a long time just because they did not follow the rules. There are many reasons that people go to prison…show more content…
It could be some reactions to their problems. Psychological issues are including mental illness, stress, and other things. For example, a person who raised without a father for some reason or lost one of the family member or any other reason may use their pain to hurt others too. Probably they wanted others to feel the same way they did or even they tried to squeeze themselves at some point, not forgetting to mention that is something in their brain. According to the article that titled "What Would We Find Wrong in the Brain of a Serial Killer?" by Jack Pemment. " One can only speculate how these brain differences could be implicated in psychopathic behavior, but it does mean that if we scanned the brain of a serial killer and measured their heart rate, these are the kind of differences we could expect to find" ( Psychology Today). Lately, most of the crimes committed by Americans listed as mental illness, which where they should not be committed by this way for any reason, especially where there is a mass shooting. For instance, in Florida, there was a shooting at a high school, there were seventeen people were killed, and another fourteen were wounded. President Donald Trump has tweeted "So many signs that the Florida shooter was mentally disturbed, even expelled from school for bad and erratic behavior. Neighbors and classmates knew he was a

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