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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It is very rare to ever speak to a spree killer because, by their very nature, they want to go out spectacularly.
In the twisted mind of the spree killer, classrooms are full of defenceless targets.
Spree killers include crazed gunmen like Hungerford butcher Michael Ryan and Brenda Spencer, the "I Don't Like Mondays" teenager who gunned down schoolkids and their teachers in California in 1979.
Spree killers have never learned to express their emotions.
A lot of factors have to come together to turn someone into a spree killer.
We can argue all we like over whether or not a three-round magazine cap limit on all firearms regardless of type or caliber will really keep spree killers from killing so many people.
Mallick said they're hard to categorize, and could be considered spree killers and serial killers depending on the definitions and their entire criminal history.
In tonight's second serving the team heads to Cuba to search for possible spree killers after American victims are found in different locations throughout the Caribbean island nation.
Spree killers tend to be male, but are also "very rare", he emphasised.
Most spree killers enjoy close contact with victims - seeing fear in victims' eyes.
It is common for teen spree killers to take their own lives after they have achieved what they set out to do.
Prof Jackson said Bird differed from other spree killers, such as Hungerford's Michael Ryan or Dunblane killer Thomas Hamilton in that he was seemingly normal and well thought of.