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contract killing

A homicide arranged by one or more persons or parties through an agreement (“contract”) with another person or party, to kill one or more target individuals in exchange for money or other consideration.
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The alarmingly small cost for a life has been identified by researchers at Birmingham City Universty who have produced a study into contract killers.
Perhaps some hyper-vigilant readers wanted to know how contract killers operate, so as to take precautions against them.
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New Delhi [India], Nov 27 ( ANI ): The Delhi Police arrested a contract killer, who had Rs 20,000 bounty on his head, during an operation near the Moolchand area.
He plays a contract killer hunting crooks who robbed the Mob, but an angsty script and earnest acting slows the action to a near crawl.
Khawar, he informed, has killed 12 people whereas Yamin is contract killer who has killed several people.
On Friday, a rangers' spokesman said that the rangers had conducted an intelligence driven joint raid in the New Karachi area and arrested a notorious contract killer and ring leader whose name was Shujjat Hashmi.
Mr Maillaud cast doubt on theories they were victims of a contract killer, adding: "It was very badly done.
And, in figuring he'll just walk off with a briefcase stuffed with $2m no questions asked, brings down the wrath of a seemingly unstoppable contract killer upon his head.
But when a dead body crash lands on his cab, Max realises that Vincent is a contract killer.
He meets everyone in the supply chain, from farmers to traffickers, a drugs mule and even a contract killer, all of whom have their own part to play in the movement of the substance.
Contract killer John Climo, 34, was told he would have to serve at least 30 years before being considered for parole.