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#2 Jun 13, 2013
According to the FBI, serial killers are more likely to be wm.

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#4 Jun 13, 2013
A lot of serial killers had hard lives as kids which made them crazy.
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#5 Jun 13, 2013
emperorjohn wrote:
According to the FBI, serial killers are more likely to be wm.
yes, overall, but please try to understand "per capita". You are still MORE LIKELY to be a serial killer, per capita. Why can't blacks ever understand that?

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#6 Jun 13, 2013
sassyntrashy wrote:
A lot of serial killers had hard lives as kids which made them crazy.
That's why Jeffrey Dahmer was so strange... he actually had a nice childhood with loving parents.

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#7 Jun 13, 2013
Shalimarr wrote:
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That's why Jeffrey Dahmer was so strange... he actually had a nice childhood with loving parents.
In his case, it may have been a genetic abnormality.

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#8 Jun 13, 2013
Harrisson wrote:
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In his case, it may have been a genetic abnormality.
The story of the latino boy who escaped naked and was handed back to Dahmer by the police.
We all know a naked and terrified teeneaged white boy, would never have been handed over to a latino man.
ROMPER STOMPER

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#9 Jun 13, 2013
I had a feeling this took place in Texas before I even clicked the link.

Texas does it right.

When someone is sentenced to death , there's a pretty damn good chance the convicted is ACTUALLY going to die at the hand of the state , and usually pretty quickly.

Meanwhile in California , the piece of fecal matter known as Richard Ramirez ("Night Stalker") had been on Death Row for 24 YEARS at the time of his passing last week , with little chance he would be sent on the trip to hell anytime soon.

If you have a death penalty.......you might want to actually put someone to death every now and then , or what's the point?

God Bless Texas !!

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#10 Jun 13, 2013
ROMPER STOMPER wrote:
I had a feeling this took place in Texas before I even clicked the link.
Texas does it right.
When someone is sentenced to death , there's a pretty damn good chance the convicted is ACTUALLY going to die at the hand of the state , and usually pretty quickly.
Meanwhile in California , the piece of fecal matter known as Richard Ramirez ("Night Stalker") had been on Death Row for 24 YEARS at the time of his passing last week , with little chance he would be sent on the trip to hell anytime soon.
If you have a death penalty.......you might want to actually put someone to death every now and then , or what's the point?
God Bless Texas !!
Interesting story about the Night Stalker case.
A young woman managed to survive, by "playing dead" on the garage floor. Ramirez murdered everybody else int he house.
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#11 Jun 13, 2013
Shalimarr wrote:
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Interesting story about the Night Stalker case.
A young woman managed to survive, by "playing dead" on the garage floor. Ramirez murdered everybody else int he house.
Yes , I've read that story. I find it hard to believe someone could be so clever when absolute horror is happening all around them.

Ramirez was probably , imo , the creepiest and scariest serial killer I've learned about. The guy was pure evil.

The sad part is that the State of California never followed through with the death sentence. The only justice the victim's families received in that whole ordeal is the beating that Ramirez received , at the hands of an angry mob in East Los Angeles , the day he was captured while trying to steal a car.

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#12 Jun 13, 2013
ROMPER STOMPER wrote:
I had a feeling this took place in Texas before I even clicked the link.
Texas does it right.
When someone is sentenced to death , there's a pretty damn good chance the convicted is ACTUALLY going to die at the hand of the state , and usually pretty quickly.
Meanwhile in California , the piece of fecal matter known as Richard Ramirez ("Night Stalker") had been on Death Row for 24 YEARS at the time of his passing last week , with little chance he would be sent on the trip to hell anytime soon.
If you have a death penalty.......you might want to actually put someone to death every now and then , or what's the point?
God Bless Texas !!
I agree. But then I think about the few people that are on death row and found innocent and released.

But it seems that with serial killers, we are about 100% sure they are the right person when convicted. The people found innocent and released are usually people who have allegedly murdered one person.

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#13 Jun 13, 2013
Shalimarr wrote:
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That's why Jeffrey Dahmer was so strange... he actually had a nice childhood with loving parents.
I think there was a time when he was neglected by his father but mostly his mother. She had some issues. It seems it always points back to the mother, that's why I think mother and child have such a strong bond. And if the mother screws up during the young growing years of a child, it harms them mentally. Especially the mother/son bond, it seems.

Once I believed that some humans are just born evil, but I'm not so sure now. There is always something in their childhood that raises a red flag, to me anyway.

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#14 Jun 13, 2013
ROMPER STOMPER wrote:
<quoted text>Yes , I've read that story. I find it hard to believe someone could be so clever when absolute horror is happening all around them.
Ramirez was probably , imo , the creepiest and scariest serial killer I've learned about. The guy was pure evil.
The sad part is that the State of California never followed through with the death sentence. The only justice the victim's families received in that whole ordeal is the beating that Ramirez received , at the hands of an angry mob in East Los Angeles , the day he was captured while trying to steal a car.
Delphine LaLaurie is the creepiest serial killer I've read about. Because she's female and because her victims were black slaves who were incredibly vulnerable in the American South at the time.
Very sad.
http://murderpedia.org/female.L/l/lalaurie-de...
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#15 Jun 13, 2013
emperorjohn wrote:
According to the FBI, serial killers are more likely to be wm.
That would be the same FBI who say that most murderers are Negroes, correct?

According to their figures, you 13% slave-descendants are 37.7% of all the US killers, the highest of all ethnicities.

FACT: Negroes are more likely to die as a victim of or as a result of committing crime than other ethnicities.

FACT: 9 of 10 Negro murders are by fellow Negroes.

FACT: If you are a Negro in the US, you stand more chance of being a crime death statistic.

FACT: If you are a Negro, you have more chance of being murdered, and a 90% probability that your killer will be a fellow Negro.

FACTS are not racist.
ROMPER STOMPER

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#16 Jun 13, 2013
JJ SeeS wrote:
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I agree. But then I think about the few people that are on death row and found innocent and released.
But it seems that with serial killers, we are about 100% sure they are the right person when convicted. The people found innocent and released are usually people who have allegedly murdered one person.
I can agree with this for the most part.

Any remote possibility that the convicted MAY actually be not quilty/innocent , for whatever reason (witness recants statement , shoddy detective work , problems at the crime lab , etc.), then yes , I say a prison sentence will work until everything gets straightened out.

Now , if there is NO doubt about the convicted (body parts in freezer like Dahmer , body parts in crawlspace like Gacy , etc.) actually being guilty , then I say "the quicker the better".
ROMPER STOMPER

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#17 Jun 13, 2013
Shalimarr wrote:
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Delphine LaLaurie is the creepiest serial killer I've read about. Because she's female and because her victims were black slaves who were incredibly vulnerable in the American South at the time.
Very sad.
http://murderpedia.org/female.L/l/lalaurie-de...
You know , I lived in the Southern U.S. a couple of years ago , and I had heard about this. Just a guy with the old "Hey , did y'all ever hear about....." , and he went on to give a pretty accurate detailing. He just didn't know the name of the woman.

Thanks to you , now I know her name......and what a creepy lady she was.

And I thought I knew my serial killers.

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#18 Jun 13, 2013
Shalimarr wrote:
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That's why Jeffrey Dahmer was so strange... he actually had a nice childhood with loving parents.
Or his parents could have been crazy in other ways that made him crazy like say Christian fundamentalist.

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#19 Jun 13, 2013
ROMPER STOMPER wrote:
<quoted text>You know , I lived in the Southern U.S. a couple of years ago , and I had heard about this. Just a guy with the old "Hey , did y'all ever hear about....." , and he went on to give a pretty accurate detailing. He just didn't know the name of the woman.
Thanks to you , now I know her name......and what a creepy lady she was.
And I thought I knew my serial killers.
There's so many, I'm sure you know of lots I've never heard of.

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#20 Jun 13, 2013
sassyntrashy wrote:
<quoted text>Or his parents could have been crazy in other ways that made him crazy like say Christian fundamentalist.
Possibly. Usually serial killers come from very obviously unpleasant families, where you are not surprised they turned out bad. Their siblings are often criminal or crazy too.
Dahmer is unusual in that there is nothing "obvious" to FBI profilers to suggest he would be a serial killer.

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#21 Jun 13, 2013
Shalimarr wrote:
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Possibly. Usually serial killers come from very obviously unpleasant families, where you are not surprised they turned out bad. Their siblings are often criminal or crazy too.
Dahmer is unusual in that there is nothing "obvious" to FBI profilers to suggest he would be a serial killer.
And black serial killer Wayne Williams is another guy who came from a great family but ended up a cold hearted killer.

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#22 Jun 13, 2013
emperorjohn wrote:
According to the FBI, serial killers are more likely to be wm.
Because white males are most alpha and know how to get away with it. Blacks are dumb and shoot up random crowds. See Mother's day in New Orleans.

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