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The character of Becker in the film M had many childlike qualities which drew in his victims These qualities that Becker possessed he exploited to his own gain The children immediately gave him their trust because of his ability to relate to them and he knew that But I really dont think this was really an alter ego because he seemed to have these traits all the time Inside he was really a sick man to kill there has to be something wrong with him epically to kill small children and furthermore little girls Becker knew how to dram them in He bought them balloons and whistled He bought them fruit and candy and openly ate on the street with them Something that was against the norm for grownups to do He chatted them up and they even felt comfortable enough to call him uncle Becker when confronted reverted back to childhood acting like he didnt know right from wrong The way he explained it he was like a kid in a candy store the girls were tempting him and the only thing he could do was snatch them up They preserved his youth This isnt an uncommon thing to do Epically with mass murders they have to make their victims feel comfortable enough to go with them In the case of John Wayne Gasey he preformed as a clown and acted like a perfectly nice gentleman when luring his victims People trusted them especially their victims or they never would have been killed in the first place The element of trust and relating with the prey is apparently crucial in gathering up victims In the case of Hiltler he had the whole of Germany under his spell and that is how no one questioned his tactics He was a very forceful speaker and people trusted him and they believed in his ideas for a utopia If no one trusted his the war wouldnt
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