the Official newspaper of the Department of internal Affairs of Moscow “Petrovka, 38” published an interview with Professor Boris Higiro, who argues that criminal tendencies in a person can be recognized by name and patronymic, date of birth, tone of voice, handwriting, blood, and papillary lines of the palms
the Official newspaper of the Department of internal Affairs of Moscow “Petrovka, 38” published an interview with Professor Boris Higiro who claims that criminal tendencies in a person can be recognized by name and patronymic, date of birth, tone of voice, handwriting, blood, and papillary lines of the palms. According to Hegira, in his findings there is “80-90 percent of the realities.”
Professor told me that in his youth, working as an electrician in the circus, advised the famous trainer Walter Zapashnogo to change the nickname of the shrew tigress, after which “her personality changed radically, she became obedient”. Higer explained that is guided by statistics and our own observations. “In my head sitting the lie detector, which provide food items such as a name, a patronymic of the person, its appearance. Statistics collected over a large period of time by name and patronymic helps to draw conclusions, who are more inclined to lie”, – explains psychologist.
So, according to statistics Hegira, “Sergeyev five of the ten can be criminals.” “Very violent offenders,” often have middle names Nikolaevich, I., Medvedev, p., S., O. Aleksandrovich. Sasha “begins quite early Smoking, If and Felts – too early to drink beer”, and Victor “are often chronic alcoholics”, but very hardworking, listed Higher.
Man with a thin upper lip no one believes are prudent and “can hide from his wife part of his earnings”. The owner of a full lower lip “in the company loves to drink, first give money to it.” The man with the long, narrow chin “says one thing and does another, smiling in your face, but lying and make this their business.”
Chigir noted that “many large officials who get stung to bad things,” were born in may, June, July and August. When the interviewer noted that the conclusions of the psychologist remind the dubious theory Italian physician Cesare Lombroso, who believed that there are born criminals, Higer responded that based on other observations, and they do not “fail.”
According to the description of the psychologist, the criminals “is generally hard look, dark eyes, the depletion of the face, lines on the forehead are straight or ellipsometry, are wavy, there is one line on the forehead.” Higher gave a description and associate Professor Oleg Sokolov, who has been arrested for the murder and dismemberment of PhD student.
“the Origins must be sought in childhood: a strict mother paid no attention to him, the father too was once – he was a scientist. Girls were not friends. And Sokolov has developed an unusual orientation towards women. The face is his selfishness. But experts will probably make the conclusion that irresponsible.”
pedophiles “usually” the children’s tone of voice and blood as “almost the absolute majority of murderers”. The latter is usually “terrible handwriting”, and the Scam is very clear. The handwriting of the President of the United States Donald TrumpkinPA Higher concludes that he is “very mentally ill person”.
Poets Vladimir Mayakovsky and Sergei Yesenin actually killed, I’m sure the Professor: they did not have papillary “lines of suicide”. Chigir said that is one of a kind expert in Europe, and complained, that does not find much support among Russian law enforcement officers and scientists.
In conversation with “Open media” who first drew attention to an interview in “Petrovka, 38”, Boris Higir said that police are “afraid” to invite him and to the Minister. “Because I can see right through. Minister I really like, but generals, colonels caught on big pullbacks, it’s not my imagination,” stated the psychologist.
Executive Secretary of the newspaper “Petrovka, 38” Sergey Ostashev said that Hegira invited to lecture to various police units, but it only sets out their approach to the investigation of crimes, and the publication of an interview with him “does not mean that we support that”.