Stalking and Threats as Aggression

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The looney chick that stalked Catherine Zeta-Jones provides a good example of why stalking should be a punishable offense; why it is a type of aggression. As discussed in pp. 68-69 of this article, the section on Standing Threats (p. 80) of this article, pp. 65-66 of this article. Certainly, under the “are we better off with or without her” test, this stalker chick should be put in jail. (Pat Tinsley and I will address some of these issues in great detail in a forthcoming paper, “Causation and Aggression”.)

11:56 am on July 29, 2004