World's Youngest Serial Killer - Amarjeet Sada
A psychopath is a characteristic that professionals are still studying today. According to the dictionary definition, it is a personality feature that causes a person to be insensitive, unemotional, and morally impure. A psychopath has no feelings for anyone or anything. Not even humans are safe. As a result, they do not consider before doing anything. Even if it is a horrible crime such as murder. A psychopath loses contact with reality to the point where they are unaware that what they are doing is illegal. It's a crime since he's causing harm to someone.
A psychologist gave her psychopath patient a photo of a fearful person during medical treatment to see how he reacted. "I'm not sure about this emotion," he says. But when I kill or stab someone, they look like this before they die."
And, in the same way, Amarjeet Sada has a bizarre story. The most shocking component of this story is that the murderer is an 8-year-old child who has committed not one, not two, but three murders. All of the victims were under the age of six.
A small village called 'Mushahari' has been found in Bihar's District Begusarai. The unique feature of this town is the large number of children who play and learn together. This village's residents work manual labor to make a living. Many parents drop their children off at school and then return in the evening after finishing their work. Something similar occurred to Chunchun Devi and her 6-year-old daughter Khushboo. Chunchun Devi used to drop her daughter off at school in the mornings and pick her up in the evenings.
However, when Chunchun Devi went to pick up her daughter one day, Khushboo wasn't able to be seen. She's a mother, so she'd be worried. When such a young girl becomes lost anywhere, you can imagine how a mother must feel. She becomes worried and insane. 'Have you seen my daughter?' she asks everyone. 'Did you see Khushboo?' However, no one has seen her. After some time, a member of the Sada family approaches her and informs her that he may know where Khushboo is. Now they both head to the police station and report the missing.
Because this is the case of a young girl, the police become highly involved. During the investigation, they discover that similar incidents had occurred in the past. Not once, but two times. That is, two girls have gone missing from the village. After further investigation, they discover that both of these girls were members of the Sada family. Slowly, the residents learn that not one, not two, but three girls disappeared from their village. And the entire people devolve into chaos. Now, the Sada relative who works with the police leads them to a playground, where they meet the 8-year-old Amarjeet Sada for the first time. They enquire if the child has seen Khushboo.
For any reason, the police believe that the child knows something. Perhaps he has seen the person who kidnapped Khushboo. As a result, the child is taken to the police station. Amarjeet's behavior at the police station has changed dramatically. Any kid would be scared in a police station under normal conditions, right? But Amarjeet seems unbothered. He actually smiles. He notices things. And if a cop approaches him, he responds, 'First, give me a biscuit, then I'll talk.' Finally, a police officer gives him a box of biscuits. Amarjeet chuckles and says, 'Yes, I know where Khushboo is.' He says that Khushboo is no longer alive, and he knows this because he killed Khushboo.
Now that the police have observed everything, they need to know how Amarjeet did it. Amarjeet responds that he spotted Khushboo when he was at school. She was alone. So Amarjeet picked her up from there. He attempted to choke her neck after taking her among the trees. But he claims that when he choked her neck, he wasn't having fun and didn't feel satisfied. He wanted to see the pain, fear, and threat in Khushboo's eyes, but he couldn't. That's why he leaves her, grabs a brick, and strikes her till she's dead.
After this, Amarjeet Sada becomes World's Youngest Serial Killer in History.
Following Amarjeet's confession, multiple psychologists conducted medical tests to determine why that boy did it. Amarjeet wasn't a criminal, right? There was no TV or radio in his place of residence, so he had no way of learning about crime. And no one with a criminal history lived in his house. So, how did Amarjeet execute this? Was this violent streak in him from the start?
Amarjeet, a psychologist, is a sadist who derives pleasure from killing people, and this habit has already evolved in his brain. He doesn't require any influence or trigger to kill somebody. As to another psychologist, Amarjeet has conduct disorder, which is a behavioral disorder. In this disorder, a person lacks social behavior. When you depart from standard behavior, you demonstrate persistence, repetition, and aggression. The condition is found very common in teenagers and young adults. But seeing this condition in an 8-year-old was quite frightening this time.
Now, because Amarjeet was an 8-year-old child, he cannot be jailed under Indian law or the Indian Constitution because anyone under the age of 18 cannot be imprisoned. He was in a childcare center until he was 18 years old. And he was released right as he turned 18. Amarjeet is probably a young man now. And it was reported in 2015 that Amarjeet is living a new life under a new name in a new place. But what is he doing right now? What is he up to? What exactly is he thinking? It is nearly impossible to know this.