Homeowner’s son shoots and kills three would-be burglars
Poverty contributes to robbery because people may find it easier or quicker to steal than to go through the process of getting and keeping a job. Less educated people may feel hopeless about finding work and steal out of a sense of need. Greed or power are motives for high-dollar theft. Some people steal for pure thrills or to show off to peers.
Violent crimes, such as murder, assault and rape, may result from bad subconscious attitudes or pent-up anger. Children exposed to violence in their homes may grow up with subconscious thoughts that compel them to impulsive reactions when angry. In essence, some crimes carry forward through generations in families. Other violent crimes are planned out for personal gain or vengeance. A person may kill someone over a significant feud or disdain.
The need for control causes some people to commit crimes in the business arena. Others steal or harm people because of jealousy or envy.
Maybe their parents couldn't help them because they couldn't.
One of the many irritating features after such incidents is the clamber for pseudo psychiatrists to spew out their 2 bit psychoanalysis and explain in condescending terms how the poor misunderstood criminals were only the innocent victims of their unfortunate circumstances.
Poverty should breed ambition in decent right thinking people.
Poor education can be rectified at any stage in life.
Where an individual possess entrepreneurial enterprise and a solid work ethic academic qualifications, whilst desirable, are not at all a necessary prerequisite to success and high earnings.
The dirtballs who thought they could find their fortunes through a life of crime got better than they deserved.