homicidal


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hom·i·cid·al

(hom'i-sī'dăl),
Having a tendency toward homicide.

homicide

(hŏm′ĭ-sīd) [L. homo, man, + caedere, to kill]
1. Murder.
2. A murderer.
homicidal, adjective
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Homicidal intention in various studies is 1.8% to 5% in cases of poisoning.5 In our study 1.4% of the poisoning cases were homicidal and this was exclusively noted in males.
Latin America accounts for 33 percent of the world's homicidal violence, despite only representing eight percent of the world's population.
One of six Americans is on psychiatric drugs, which sometimes have as a side effect "homicidal ideation." Perhaps it's then not surprising that mass shootings are more common today--and that a high percentage of mass shooters have used these mind-altering substances.
They will therefore replicate what they heard or read about in media as an outlet for the unsettling information overload," Mbijiwe explains, adding that the growing trend of intolerance in the world is also to blame for brutalities.Dr Kuria says adults who become homicidal, even without suffering from mental illness, will mostly direct their aggression towards persons they know, usually their family.
Pattern of Injury to internal organs in Firearm Homicidal cases - on Autopsy.
Personal enmity or revenge was the major motive behind the homicidal act (20.24%), followed by extramarital affairs, financial matters, property disputes, petty quarrels and during robbery or theft.
After police responded, it was apparent that Martin had been "a victim of homicidal violence," Coos County District Attorney R.
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Background: The frequency and pattern of homicidal firearm injuries in various regions of Pakistan has largely gone unreported.
Of 7,253,516 adults in the study, 141 out of 615 homicidal deaths were among people with mental disorders.
Safety describes a behavioral risk assessment, including demographic, historical, clinical, and environmental risk and protective factors regarding suicidal or homicidal behavior.