“Criminal rehabilitation” app—- a short scary story—→>
Jaya sat on the edge of her bed, staring at the wall. She couldn’t believe what had just happened. She had been kidnapped, raped, and beaten. And now she was being held captive by a group of people who were planning to use her to develop an app.
She thought about her family and friends back home. She wondered if they were worried about her. She wondered if they would ever see her again.
She also thought about her husband, Sameer. She loved him more than anything in the world. She couldn’t imagine her life without him.
She knew that he would come looking for her. But she also knew that it would be difficult for him to find her. The group that had kidnapped her was very well-organized. They had covered their tracks well.
She took a deep breath and tried to calm herself down. She knew that she had to be strong. She had to survive. She had to find a way to escape and get back to her family.
She stood up and walked over to the window. She looked out at the city below. She knew that somewhere out there, Sameer was looking for her. She just had to hold on. She just had to believe that she would find her way back to him.
The next day, Jaya was taken to a warehouse on the outskirts of the city. She was locked in a room and told that she would be staying there until she agreed to help them with their plan.
Jaya refused to cooperate. She knew that if she did, she would be helping these people to hurt others. She couldn’t do that.
The people who were holding Jaya were angry with her. They threatened to harm her if she didn’t cooperate. But Jaya stood her ground. She knew that she was doing the right thing.
These people who call them as “Crime Stoppers” were trying to develop an app called “Criminal Rehabilitation.” The app uses a combination of artificial intelligence and virtual reality to create a simulated environment in which criminals can practice making good choices. The app also provides users with feedback on their progress and helps them to develop the skills they need to succeed in the real world.
Crime Stoppers believe that it has the potential to revolutionize the way that criminals are rehabilitated. They hope that by making it possible for criminals to practice making good choices in a safe and controlled environment, they can help them to break the cycle of crime and become productive members of society. The legit part of the business was to sell it to the correctional facilities, governmental organizations, and rehabilitation nonprofit organizations. They were planning on charging them a very low fee for the use of app.
However, the Crime Stoppers have a secret agenda. They are using the app to train criminals to come up with new ways to exploit, rob, and rape. Their plan was to sell a version of this app at the “dark net” to make obscene profit.
They were also using the app to gather information about potential victims. They are using the app to track the movements of people and to learn about their habits. They believe that by gathering this information, they can make it easier for criminals to commit crimes.
The Crime Stoppers were confident that they can get away with their crimes. They believe that the app is too sophisticated for anyone to figure out what they are doing. They also believe that they have enough money and power to buy off any law enforcement officials who might try to stop them.
They needed Jaya to act as a potential “user” to acquire these skills.
In order for them to be able to do so, they first have to brainwash her and they plan to use a systematic way to break her down by using various techniques.
These techniques include isolation, deception, and emotional manipulation.
Isolation is one of the most common techniques used by cults and communes. Members are often isolated from their families and friends, and they are not allowed to leave the group without permission. This isolation can make it difficult for members to get information from other sources and to maintain their own sense of identity.
Deception is another common technique used for brainwashing. Victims are often deceived about the true nature of the group and its leaders. They may be told that the group is a religious/spiritual/governmental organization, when it is actually a cult. They may also be told that the group is a commune, when it is actually a business that exploits its members.
Emotional manipulation is another common technique used by by such individuals Members are often manipulated into feeling guilty, ashamed, or worthless. They may also be manipulated into feeling grateful to the group’s leaders. This emotional manipulation can make it difficult for members to resist the brainwashing. Members are often manipulated into feeling guilty, ashamed, or worthless. They may also be manipulated into feeling grateful to the group’s leaders. This emotional manipulation can make it difficult for members to resist the brainwashing.
Jaya was aware of Stockholm Syndrome This syndrome was first named after a 1973 bank robbery in Stockholm, Sweden, in which four hostages were held captive for six days. The hostages developed a strong emotional attachment to their captors, and after their release, they refused to testify against them.
She knew that Stockholm syndrome was a complex psychological phenomenon that is not fully understood but believed to be caused by a combination of factors, including the trauma of captivity, the lack of other social interactions, and the captors’ attempts to create a sense of dependency and trust.
She also was aware that hostages who developed Stockholm syndrome may exhibit a number of behaviors, including:Expressing positive feelings towards their captors. This may include saying that they like their captors, or that they feel sorry for them.
Attempting to protect their captors. This may include refusing to testify against them, or even trying to help them escape.
Identifying with their captors. This may include adopting their captors’ values and beliefs, or even trying to become like them.
She knew that sooner or later she would be afflicted with the same.
She hacked a plan. Her plan was that she would gradually start softening up towards her tormentors, and start participating in the activity of developing the app, the pretending to be doing it grudgingly. Within few weeks she plan to start doing it more fervently so as to make them believe that she was slowly being broken into their doctrine. She did not want to arouse their suspicion as she knew these were super smart people but just had crossed over to the dark side. She knew that this plan would protect her from getting a Stockholm syndrome because she had some sense of control in what she was doing.
They did give her a computer which had no Internet connection and she was supposed to work on the app. It involved going through different scenarios of engaging in crimes much like the game Grandtheft auto. In terms of criminal activity, GTA has been linked to a number of high-profile cases. For example, in 2012, a man in California was arrested after he allegedly stole a car and drove it to the location of a bank robbery, which he had seen in a GTA game.
Over the next few days, she worked at it to a point where they thought they have broken her and they could relax.
Once she gained their trust she started to study the layout of the compound where she was being held, and she had been memorizing the guard’s schedules. She knew that she only had one chance to escape, and she had to make it count. Once she figured out the window of opportunity, she made her move and escaped the warehouse, which was located in a heavily wooded area. She kept on walking and finally made her way to the edge of the woods. She could see the road in the distance. She took a deep breath and started to run.
She ran as fast as she could, her feet pounding against the ground. She could hear the guards shouting behind her, but she didn’t dare look back. She had to keep going.
She could see the road getting closer and closer. She was almost there.
Just a few more steps.
She made it to the road and collapsed on the ground, gasping for breath. She was safe. She had escaped.
She lay there for a few minutes, just savoring the feeling of freedom. Then she stood up and started walking. She didn’t know where she was going, but she knew that she had to keep moving.
She walked for hours, until she came to a small town. She went into the first store she saw and asked to use the phone. She called the police and told them what had happened.
The police came and took her to the station. They gave her food and water, and they let her sleep. The next day, they took her to the hospital to be checked out.
She was safe, and she was free. She had escaped from captivity.
The federal agents debriefed her and got enough from her to start working on their strategy to catch these goons.