Spree Killer

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A person who embarks on a murderous assault of two or more victims in a short time in multiple locations
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INQUEST OPENS NORTHUMBRIA Police has defended the care it provided to tragic traffic cop PC David Rathband in the aftermath of Raoul Moat's gun rampage.
A man lays a bouquet of flowers at Washington Navy Yard yesterday in memory of the gun rampage victims
htm) arrested four people , including a prominent LGBT member, in connection with the gun rampage at the Bar Noar that left two people dead and 11 injured in 2009, and said the suspects acted for personal reasons.
US President Barack Obama pledged to put his "full weight" behind a legislative package next year aimed at tackling gun violence, recalling the school gun rampage that killed 20 young pupils as the worst day of his presidency.
15 ( ANI ): Indian National media denounced the Connecticut gun rampage, in which a heavily armed gunman killed 28 people, including 20 five to ten year old children in an elementary school, one of the worst mass shootings in United State's history.
Breivik has admitted he was behind the bombing in Oslo which killed eight people and the gun rampage at a Labour Party youth camp on Utoya Island that left 68 people dead.
Philip L'Estrange met the 23-year-old, who is now serving a 20-year jail term for helping Raoul Moat during his July gun rampage, in Stockton's Holme House Prison, just weeks before he was sentenced.
THE coroner in the inquest into Derrick Bird's gun rampage in Cumbria has criticised a policy which stops ambulance crews entering a scene until it has been cleared by police.
THE Prince of Wales was meeting members of the emergency services who tended to the victims of Derrick Bird's gun rampage in West Cumbria today.
THE first funeral for the victims of the Cumbria gun rampage took place yesterday.
In 2007, a student went on a gun rampage killing 32 people at Virginia Tech University, in Blacksburg, Virginia.
The comments came as US President George Bush said the gun rampage was a reminder to people in America that they should be ready to spot "abnormal" behaviour in others.