This theory was originally developed by the Italian professor Cesare Lombroso in the early 1870s. Lombroso, now seen as the “father of criminology,” was a unique character in his own right. Cesare came up with the idea while examining the dead body of a former thief and arsonist named Giuseppe Villella. He noticed that Villella had peculiar indentations on the back of his skull resembling that of an ape. In his 1876 book Criminal Man, Lombroso described Villella’s skull as that of “an atavistic being
Society sets rules for the betterment of all but some people MUST break that rules. Some of these people if you ask them on why they break the laws they have nothing to justify. Others only see themselves committing crimes not because they know why they commit crimes. So why? May be there are biological makeups in their body constitution that make them to be devious. Or/and they inherited criminal tendencies from their parents. This assertion has been proved by scientists. Many people are just born to be criminals.