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I read your post because of the headline. I liked your thorough assessment of the book. I didn't know people like this existed.
People like Fish captivate the mind. They cannot be ignored because of the danger they put all of humanity in. They are evil so you want to destoy them but if you do you won't gain any insights to help you catch the next one more quickly.
People like this frighten me to the point that I do not want them kept in cages. I want them destroyed. That way we know that they are no longer a threat.
This post disturbed me. It is repellant but I don't blame you for writing it. Something is just not right with it.
It’s hard to believe the bizarre ideas that motivate some people to kill.
Vulnerable jobs need proactive risk evaluation.
An early case proved the value of experienced behavioral analysis.
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