Jeffrey Dahmer: The Milwaukee Monster

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The Milwaukee Monster As you can tell by the title I am researching a monster. From the outside this monster Jeffrey Dahmer looked like a regular man but on the inside he was so much more than that. Jeffrey Dahmer was an American serial killer who was a murder, rapist, and was responsible for the dismemberment of seventeen men and boys between 1978 and 1991. You are probably wondering how I got interested with this horrific topic. Some of these actions happened in my own state, hours away from where I am right now. I also have heard about some of these gruesome murders and what he did to people. When anyone hears the name “Jeffrey Dahmer” only horrible thoughts come to mind. Throughout this essay I can easily prove to you how appalling of…show more content…
“In June 1978, Dahmer picked up a hitchhiker named Steven Hicks and took him home to his parents ' house, where he proceeded to get the young man drunk. When Hicks tried to leave, Dahmer killed him by striking him in the head and strangling him with a barbell.” Also this night he was very close to getting caught by the police while driving. He chopped the victim 's body in parts and put them in a trash bag. He had the trash bag in his trunk and was driving to get rid of it. Dahmer got pulled over by a cop and the cop asked what was in the bag and he just said trash. The cop never looked in the trash bag and Jeffery Dahmer got away with his first murder. During his ram page Jeffrey Dahmer spent 10 months in prison for fondling a 13-year-old Laotian boy and offering him $50 to pose nude for pictures. “On his release, Dahmer was put on probation. Although he showed up at the probation office every month, his caseworker never visited Dahmer in his home, as is usually required”(Waxman). If his probation officer just would have done his job it would have saved many lives from being taken by…show more content…
When they arrived at Dahmer’s apartment it was a scene to be scared from. “On that day, in his apartment, police found body parts and severed heads in his fridge, freezer, filing cabinet, even in a kettle, which "contained what are thought to be decomposing hands and a male genital organs” (Waxman). Dahmer was soon arrested after they saw all of that and was sentenced to 15 consecutive life terms in prison, with a 16th term tacked on in May. He was diagnosed with a few disorders. Some of which are necrophilia, partialism, alcoholism, a personality disorder, antisocial personality disorder with obsessive-compulsive, sadistic components, and a sexual
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