Odds are high you've been the victim of a crime. We speak with Dr. Michael McCart, a psychologist and expert on treating crime survivors, on how a sudden, unwelcome event affects a survivor, and what that person can do to get help later.
On January 27, 2018, 34-year-old Bryan Lawson shot and killed his wife, Beth Lawson, in their Tennessee home, the explosively violent climax to their abusive relationship. Many would assume Bryan was the abuser, inflicting brutality against Beth. But it was actually Beth—a former National Guard service member—who regularly assaulted Bryan, who was disabled.
Some criminals get their crimes tattooed on their bodies, write 'fictional' books detailing murders they've committed or turn their own wanted posters into profile pics on Facebook. We talk to an expert to better understand why some criminals implicate themselves in their crimes by communicating about them.