Interviewing the Factitious Disorder/Factitious Disorder by Proxy Offender
Written by Kathryn Artingstall   

An excerpt from Munchausen by Proxy and Other Factitious Abuse: Practical and Forensic Investigative Techniques

When a person is the perpetrator of illness or crime and when they alone have that knowledge, then wellness or case resolution is easy for that person to predict; there is calm. The foreknowledge of illness or crime origination provides a sense of control to the offender. This control may equate to the ability to sustain life, encourage or produce death, or institute resolution to a seemingly unsolvable problem. The dynamic of factitious disorder (FD)/factitious disorder by proxy (FDP) behavior makes an offender powerful through resolution pathway control over by-proxy victims and all aspects of secondary victimization!
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