Sociopaths are usually extremely charming and charismatic. Their personalities are described as magnetic, and as such, they generate a lot of attention and praise from others. . . . Sociopaths oftentimes feel overly entitled to certain positions, people, and things. They believe that their own beliefs and opinions are the absolute authority, and disregard the opinions of others. Sociopaths are rarely shy, insecure, or at a loss for words. They have trouble suppressing emotional responses like anger, impatience, or annoyance, and constantly lash out at others and respond hastily to these emotions. "How to Determine if Someone Is a Sociopath."
Emails inform me that Kerodin/Hyman is threatening to "tell the truth" about many of his former supporters who he now views as treacherous enemies. If K/H does in fact "tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth" it will be the first time in his sorry life, to my knowledge. Rather than look in the mirror, he blames everyone around him -- and I mean everyone -- for treason to the Great K. In any case, the threat indicates that he does not intend to go gently into the obscurity he has so skillfully crafted for himself and that he so richly deserves. Yet these thrashings of self-justification are the equivalent of the sounds of bulkheads collapsing on a sinking ship as it goes down. Dramatic but futile. In time he will find another con to work and off he'll go. If he hangs around the Three Percent movement it will be because he still sniffs an opportunity for more money and fawning approval, or because some external factor is compelling him to play out the bad hand he has dealt himself.
Successful con artists know how to relate to you on an individual level. They are very intuitive about your weaknesses and insecurities, and they know how to match your interests. Good con men are diversely educated - they read about everything - so that no matter what your professional or personal interests are, he can make you believe he is fascinated by the same things you are, even if he has to run home and study like crazy before your next encounter. A common interest is his foot in your door. -- PROFILE OF A CON ARTIST
Kenny Lane of Knuckledraggin.com explains in this post about his own experiences with K/H: "Why I quit organized resistance in general and the III Percent Society in particular." It makes instructive reading, and might be subtitled "Won't get fooled again."