@MissLady You are amazing! I thoroughly enjoyed reading your synopsis of personality theories. I agree with Vanessa that many of of the neurological trends you described could definitely apply to the twins. (I can also see myself in these trends, which is frightening. )
I find this whole situation terribly saddening. We will probably never know what happened between the twins and their father, but it is clear that there is a great deal of pain and tension in their relationship. The saddest part is that these very personal problems are being dragged through the media and probably distorted in order to maximize sensationalism.
I agree with Sienna and MissLady that the twins (and their mother) may share just as much blame for this situation as does Jorg. Generally speaking, it is rare for only one person to ruin a close relationship. The fault usually lies with all parties involved. Life is complicated, and nothing is ever completely one-sided. We all make mistakes and hurt the people we love; but if we never face those problems, we inevitably build walls of pain and anger between us and them. Those walls are not easily torn down, especially after years of living in denial or rejection.
I hope the twins can come to some sort of understanding with their father someday. For regardless of who hurt who when and how, he is the only biological father they will ever have. They owe him their respect and love for that reason alone, if nothing else. Photos only tell part of the story, but these childhood photos are not the images of a father and sons who never cared for each other. There is still hope; and I hope they know that.
Anyway... Although under the circumstances it feels intrusive to some extent, I enjoy seeing these photos of the twins when they were young. Such cuties they were! <3
@MissLady Both my mom and I also thought that Jorg bears a slight resemblance to David Bowie. Very interesting...