The Adjustment Domain

Monster Kody

Kody Scott, a.k.a. "Monster, " in Pelican Bay prison in 1993, photographed through Plexiglas. His autobiography, which he wrote while in solitary confinement, provides a real-life account of the mind of a person with antisocial personality disorder.

ody Scott grew up in South Central Los Angeles. When he was 12 years old, he was initiated into the Eight-T ray Gangster CRIPS street gang. He shot his first victim the night he was initiated. He went on to earn the nicknam "Monster" for particularly violent beatings he inflicted on people. For example, a a young teenager, Kody severely beat a victim who resisted when Kody attempted to mug him. Kody beat him far beyond what was necessary to make the victim submit. In fact, Kody seemed to enjoy hurting other people.

Kody's biological father was a professional football player , with whom his mother had had a brief af fair. His mother had an unstable and violent marriage with Kody's stepfather, who left the home for good when Kody was 6. Kody' s mother raised her six children in a two-bedroom house in a gang-infested ghetto neighborhood.

Kody was an intelligent and muscular boy, who enjoyed thrills and excitement. He might have gone on to become a professional athlete, or he could have succeeded in a career involving adventure and plenty of action, such as a policeman, a soldier, or maybe even an astronaut. Instead, Kody grew up to become Monster , a violent individual who feared nothing, had no feelings of guilt or remorse, and craved excitement.

Kody Scott was one of the most notorious gangbangers in South Central L.A. For the early part of his life, he aspired to be the most feared member of the CRIPS. To accomplish this goal, Kody killed many people and caused pain and suf fering

Kody Scott, a.k.a. "Monster, " in Pelican Bay prison in 1993, photographed through Plexiglas. His autobiography, which he wrote while in solitary confinement, provides a real-life account of the mind of a person with antisocial personality disorder.

to countless others. Going out on gangbanging missions and maiming or killing rival gang members gave Kody the thrills and excitement he craved. He was sent to prison in 1993 to serve a seven-year sentence for shooting a drug dealer in the kneecaps. In prison, he was classed as a maximum threat to security and was housed away from other inmates. He wrote his autobiography , Monster: The Autobiography of an L.A. Gang Member, while in solitary confinement in San Quentin prison under the nam Sanyika Shakur (1994).

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