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The world is now filled with notorious events and happenings you never expect to happen. The worst part is that people are the only reasons why such circumstances exist or occur. Society is composed of different kinds of people with various beliefs and philosophies in life. There are some who abide by the law provided by the government and are guided by the morals in their religious beliefs. However, a number of people take different paths that are against the law. Killings, murders, and other types of crimes are evident in different parts of the world. Despite having the authorities to take care of the safety and security of people, some hardheaded people still manage to do things according to their own wills and perspectives. They are even proud of the number of crimes that they have done.
This was evident when Dennis Rader made a loud noise as a serial killer for his number of victims and crimes done. He became the notorious Wichita Serial Killer, who managed to keep himself hidden in the eye of the authorities for almost 30 years, while he was able to continue his legacy in killing and murdering.
What does it take to be a serial killer? As most sources state, a serial killer refers to a person who murders three or more people. This is usually due to abnormal psychological gratification along with the murders that take place over a month and includes significant breaks between these months. Even though it is said that the usual motive of a serial killer is psychological gratification, which involves sexual contact with the victim, the FBI states that the motives could include thrills, anger, attention seeking, and financial gain. With all the stated motives, a question is left hanging: What was Dennis Rader's motive for his notorious serial killing? Knowing who Dennis Rader is, including his personal life even before his notorious acts, will definitely help you to know.
©2016 J.D. Rockefeller (P)2016 J.D. Rockefeller
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