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Courts of Law all over the world have returned not guilty verdicts on men and women accused of a wide variety of crimes although the people concerned either admitted the act or were seen committing it These people have been involved with acts of reckless driving shop-lifting money thefts and even first degree murder Charges have been dismissed because the accused have convinced judges and juries that at the time of the offense they were fast asleep I would like to start off by taking a look at nightmares and sleep walking crimes also known as somnambulistic crimes When a man is asleep defenses of his mind are relaxed All the rage fear and violent emotions he surpressed during the day or might not even know exist are now free to roam out of their dark corners The subconscience which is still plagued with the primitive urges of our ancestors takes control and the shackles of inhibition and convention are torn away This is why so many sleep walkers display such startlingly uncharacteristic behavior Why a shy and respectable woman will walk down a busy street naked and why a gentle and compassionate man can become a brutal killer Page 2 Sleep walking which normally starts an hour or two after falling asleep is far more common then people realize Britain has half a million sufferers and America has two million Children are far more prone to it than adults Five out of every hundred children will suffer from sleep walking at one point in their life as opposed to two out of every hundred adult Two year old Craig Walsh was found blocks from his home walking in and out of cars during rush hour He was found wearing only pajamas and rubber pants Analysis of the
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