Rurik Jutting at Lai Chi Kok prison. We are unlikely to ever know to what extent brain abnormalities are to blame for his horrific acts. Photo: SCMP Pictures Rurik Jutting at Lai Chi Kok prison. We are unlikely to ever know to what extent brain abnormalities are to blame for his horrific acts. Photo: SCMP Pictures
Rurik Jutting at Lai Chi Kok prison. We are unlikely to ever know to what extent brain abnormalities are to blame for his horrific acts. Photo: SCMP Pictures
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Rurik Jutting: how the fate of a jailed psychopath raises questions about free will

Paul Stapleton says research shows certain inborn biological markers, as well as brain abnormalities, may be associated with criminal behaviour, but questions remain about how much of it is really beyond human control

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Rurik Jutting at Lai Chi Kok prison. We are unlikely to ever know to what extent brain abnormalities are to blame for his horrific acts. Photo: SCMP Pictures Rurik Jutting at Lai Chi Kok prison. We are unlikely to ever know to what extent brain abnormalities are to blame for his horrific acts. Photo: SCMP Pictures
Rurik Jutting at Lai Chi Kok prison. We are unlikely to ever know to what extent brain abnormalities are to blame for his horrific acts. Photo: SCMP Pictures
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