7 The Night Stalker Thestar.com Richard Ram was known as the Night Stalker and during his 8 month killing spree during the 1980’s he killed 14 victims. The self-proclaimed Satanist broke into homes, burgalured, raped, and killed, and once captured seemed to enjoy the publicity and media attention. And his crimes attracted a lot of attention. On the first day of his trial he entered the courtroom, held out his hand, which had a pentagram drawn on it, and shouted, “Hail Satan!” He never expressed any type of guilt or remorse for his crimes. After being found guilty on 13 counts of murder, 5 attempted murders, 11 sexual assaults and 14 burglaries, he was sentenced to death.
Dahmer as well did this to his victims. For example, opening up their bodies, drilling on their skulls, or beating them up. The last type is a comfort-oriented killer, who kills for the benefits they receive from killing, such as psychological pleasure. Jeffrey Dahmer certainly killed for psychological pleasure. All of his victims were innocent and did absolutely nothing to
The N.C.F.CM.A.A.E.T.S. believes this to be true and that the serial killers have nothing to do with us, they are simply a product of their own misfortune. As a bold way to start their argument they state that “serial killers are only driven by instinct and a desire to kill.” (Serial Killers: Nature vs. Nurture, How Serial Killers are Born). From an outside perspective this is a logical conclusion. It’s easy to just look at a person that has committed a heinous act and label them an animal who only thinks about killing other people.
These motives are usually sexual in nature. A serial murder is usually more planned out then a single murder(Moses,2006). The Offender usually pre plans everything from where he meets the prostitute and where the murder will take place. Some serial killers even liked to take part in body mutilation and ritualistic killings of the prostitute. Single murders of prostitutes were found to be less sexual then that of serial killing of prostitutes.
People always try to find a way to argue that revenge is not justified. It is easy for people to understand that someone can go overboard with revenge. For example, someone might kill another person to avenge his son's murder. They see this and say that all revenge is bad and can never be justified because now more people are dead. Examples like this persuade people that revenge is not justified.
Prejean presents her case against capital punishment citing “killing is wrong, no matter who does it” and that personal responsibility is the only appropriate punishment for these “monsters” (Dead Man Walking). While Prejean argues this, Van Den Haag counters with “the criminal volunteered to assume the risk of receiving a legal punishment” and “the punishment he suffers is the punishment he voluntarily risks” (Van Den Haag 3). But through
Ted Bundy committed his first murder in 1974. He killed over 100 women, and those bodies are still not found today. He made it well known that he did love to kill, and his parents were in shock and had no idea that he was capable of this. Ted was imprisoned twice, and escaped both times. The first time, he escaped in Utah Prison by crawling out a small in his jail cell.
Serial killers have many motives on why they kill the people they do. Many serial killers come from a dark childhood where they could have been molested by either a mother or a father and that could lead them on to molest and murder other small children. A serial killer known as Gary Ridgway killed and murdered over what is to believe seventy eight prostitutes. I was able to look through many articles and background information on many different credible websites. These sources gave me credible and honest information on how and why Gary Ridgway killed the people he did and why in general serial killers kill the people they do.
This chase’s purpose, at a basic level, is to catch Montag, as he is now a public criminal. The true purpose of this chase is deeper, it is designed to convince the populace that the police are doing their jobs by catching fugitives like Montag. However, the ending to the chase tells a different story. They catch and kill “Montag” using the hound, however, they do not kill “Montag.” The police actually kill an innocent man while telling the public that they actually kill Montag, to save face. The killing shows that this society is flawed and corrupt, proving them to be a dystopia.
Not people who are terrified for their lives so need to keep a hang gun in their night stand drawer at all times. I just think the act of murdering is probably one of the most mindless acts one can commit. If you 're trying to make someone suffer as revenge, how are you gonna do that by killing them, why not send them to jail as major punishment and pay the time for doing