mass murderer


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a person who is responsible for the deaths of many victims in a single incident

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Since satisfaction is unobtainable lawfully and realistically, the mass murderer is reduced to violent fantasy and pseudo-power.
The right wing and the left wing are two sides of the same coin Stalin was a mass murderer as was Hitler.
Just as we have heard many times from the government spokespersons of all those invading countries and mass murderers, the Saudi generals are claiming that the civilian casualty in Yemen was part of the 'collateral' damage.
It is very difficult being the father of a mass murderer.
The mass murderer said that he will not end his hunger strike until the Minister of Justice Anders Anundsen and the head of the KDI (the Norwegian Correctional Services) stopped treating him worse than an animal.
But Vikernes criticised the mass murderer online for killing more innocent Norwegians than Muslims.
My lack of Facebook presence has, according to these reports, rendered me a potential mass murderer and unemployable.
Osama Bin Laden was not a Muslim leader; he was a mass murderer of Muslims, as well as people of other faiths," Carney noted.
The people wants to try the mass murderer," read one of many banners.
Matthew Swift, 18, said he later began "imitating" one of the killers, Eric Harris, adopting his writing style and nickname and believed the mass murderer was "misunderstood".
Who knows what part this corrupt Government played in the release of the mass murderer Al Megrahi?
Which mass murderer is reported to have been declared by doctors as low risk?
The 56-year-old mass murderer wants to stay in Scotland and be treated privately for his prostate cancer which is spreading, it emerged yesterday.
Palestinian Authority (Fatah) TV is using the universally beloved characters of Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Winnie the Pooh and Piglet in an attempt to create a Disney-like studio which is used to teach children to glorify a mass murderer whose victims included 12 children.
MASS murderer Harold Shipman has been added to the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.