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  1. Introduction about serial killers
  2. Case: The Green river killer
    1. Modus operandi
  3. Case: Donald Gaskins a.k.a. ?Pee Wee Gaskin?
    1. Modus operandi
  4. Conclusion

In America and many other countries there are thousands of criminals and brutal attackers. Serial killers are one of the many crimes that decrease the population. Some manslaughter includes thieves and murders. Other people have mental illness that triggers criminal acts, and then some just kills for the fun of it. Many have mental disorder which triggers there mind to kill. Gary Ridgway, killed over 75 people.

[...] Bad human acts: Serial killers In America and many other countries there are thousands of criminals and brutal attackers. Serial killers are one of the many crimes that decrease the population. Some manslaughter includes thieves and murders. Other people have mental illness that triggers criminal acts, and then some just kills for the fun of it. Many have mental disorder which triggers there mind to kill. Gary Ridgway, killed over 75 people. He was also known as The Green River Killer was born February in Salt Lake City, Utah. [...]


[...] As the bodies were often not discovered until skeletonized, four victims are still unidentified. Ridgway would occasionally contaminate the dump sites with gum, cigarettes, and written materials that belonged to others to confuse the police. Ridgway was arrested in 1982 and 2001 for charges related to prostitution. He became a suspect in 1983 for the Green River killings. In 1984, Ridgway took and passed a polygraph test and on April police took hair and saliva samples. On November Ridgway entered a guilty plea to 48 charges of aggravated first degree murder as part of a plea bargain, agreed to in June, that would spare him execution in exchange for his cooperation in locating the remains of his victims and providing other details. [...]

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