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"There's not a crime gene," says Denno, the Fordham professor."But people do inherit attributes from their immediate family, as well as their distant family, that may heighten the likelihood that they may engage in impulsive behavior, and some of that impulsive behavior may be law-breaking." For the Paddock case, she says, "this is maybe perhaps filling in some explanatory gaps here."The experts also note that the genetic factors are only part of understanding why someone might commit a crime. We all inherit attributes from our family that could be negative," Denno says, "but if you're in a certain environment..that kind of behavior can be transformative."J. Barnes, an associate professor at the University of Cincinnati who has published studies on genetics and crime, agrees."He may have inherited certain attributes from his father that would lead to greater impulsivity."For more than a century, theorists have considered whether people inherit criminal tendencies.In 1905, the director of a Swiss psychiatric institution studied the subject after he noticed how people staying at the institution tended to have the same family names.The death toll, which police emphasized was preliminary and tentative, would make the attack the deadliest mass shooting in US history, eclipsing last year's massacre of 49 people at an Orlando night club.Thousands of panicked people fled the scene, in some cases trampling one another as law enforcement officers scrambled to locate and kill the gunman.Shocked concertgoers, some with blood on their clothes, wandered the streets after the attack.A police spokesman confirmed that a lone gunman, named by police as Stephen Paddock (64), opened fire while country music artist Jason Aldean was playing a concert at the Route 91 Harvest Festival.
The father, Patrick Benjamin Paddock, also known as Benjamin Hoskins Paddock, was arrested in 1960 for robbing banks and sentenced to 20 years in prison, according to archival newspaper accounts.We just don't know."Other scholars have disputed the ideas about crime and genetics altogether.