People who suffer from this condition find it difficult to develop meaningful relationships with their peers.
They struggle to understand the subtleties of communicating through eye contact, body language, or facial expressions and seldom show affection towards others.
He said Clements confessed that he engaged in sexual acts with the victim and “recorded himself doing it.”Clements told Heekin in court that he has a ninth-grade education.
His attorney, James Bogen, has previously said Clements worked as a cook.
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He was allowed to plead to raping a child under 13 years old, instead of a child under 10, which under state law could have led to a life sentence without the possibility of parole.A Loveland man who told investigators he raped two young girls over several years and video-recorded some of the crimes has pleaded guilty to charges involving one of the girls.Jeffery Clements, 34, faces up to 46 years to life in prison. The victim told state investigators Clements began raping her when she was 6 or 7 and the abuse continued until she was 13, according to prosecutors.EDIT: To combat nonresponse bias, I'd appreciate it if anyone who looked at this post before and decided not to fill in the poll would go and do so now, but that people who haven't already considered and decided against filling in the poll There is some evidence that consequentialist/utilitarian thinking is more common in people with Asperger's syndrome, so I thought it would be interesting to follow that correlation the other way around: what fraction of people who are attracted to rational/consequentialist thinking have what one might call "High-functioning Asperger's Syndrome"?From wisegeek: Impaired social reactions are a key component of Asperger's syndrome.