Category Archives: Mass Murderers

From 200 Years Ago, a Lesson About Mass Killings

For now, the picture is unquestionably grim. Hundreds of mass shootings occur every year, most of them receiving little or no national attention. Gun Violence Archive, an online tracker of the mayhem, defines that type of shooting as an assault in which four or more people are killed or wounded. The archive recorded 324 such incidents nationwide this year through November, with at least 415 people killed and 1,725 wounded.

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Read more at: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/12/10/us/retro-killers.html

Gegard Mousasi Says Rory MacDonald Looks Like A Mass Murderer

Gegard Mousasi made his Bellator MMA debut at Bellator 185 earlier this year, defeating former middleweight champion Alexander Shlemenko by decision.

Rory MacDonald believes that Shlemenko won that bout instead of Mousasi, but Mousasi thinks the middleweight contender looks like a mass murderer instead of a fighter.

“Rory MacDonald can get it himself,” Mousasi said on The MMA Hour. “Let him win his fight and then let him talk. He shouldn’t talk, he’s an idiot. He looks like a mass murderer. He should shut his mouth.”

MacDonald and Mousasi have fought in two promotions together (UFC Bellator MMA), but have never competed against each other before.

Mousasi isn’t focusing on the mass murderer lookalike, but instead is concentrated on middleweight champion Rafael Carvalho and Bellator 190.

“I’m going to watch the fight (Carvalho vs. Alessio sakara),” Mousasi said. “I’m going to take some time off and whoever is next, whenever they give

Read more at: https://www.fightful.com/gegard-mousasi-says-rory-macdonald-looks-mass-murderer

The world’s most popular mass murderer: Putin announces re-election bid

Alex Hollings served as an active duty Marine for six and a half years before being medically retired from service. As an athlete, Hollings has raced exotic cars, played Marine Corps football and college rugby, fought in cages, and even wrestled alligators. As a scholar, he has earned a master’s degree in Communications from Southern New Hampshire University, as well as undergraduate degrees in Corporate and Organizational Communications and Business Management.

Read more at: https://sofrep.com/95456/the-worlds-most-popular-mass-murderer-putin-announces-re-election-bid/

A mass murderer’s love song to Trump

“We’ve had a great relationship,” exulted a giddy Donald Trump, following his two-day schmoozefest in Manila with the thuggish Philippine president, Rodrigo Duterte.

Duterte, who calls himself a “toughie,” brags that he’s personally killed many people and likes to compare himself to Hitler. He’s been on a murderous rampage since his election last year.

In the name of eliminating the drug trade, Duterte has unleashed a massive military assault across the country, not merely targeting dealers, but also anyone alleged to even use drugs. His onslaught is a human rights atrocity, with untold thousands being executed in what are antiseptically termed “extra judicial killings” — that is, murders.

Yet the present president of the United States says Duterte is his new buddy. Trump stressed in their official discussions the Philippine president can count on him and the U.S. (which includes you and me) to be a friend. And,

Read more at: http://www.salina.com/opinion/20171206/mass-murderers-love-song-to-trump

A mass murderer’s love song to Trump

“We’ve had a great relationship,” exulted a giddy Donald Trump, following his two-day schmoozefest in Manila with the thuggish Philippine president, Rodrigo Duterte.

Duterte, who calls himself a “toughie,” brags that he’s personally killed many people and likes to compare himself to Hitler. He’s been on a murderous rampage since his election last year.

In the name of eliminating the drug trade, Duterte has unleashed a massive military assault across the country, not merely targeting dealers, but also anyone alleged to even use drugs. His onslaught is a human rights atrocity, with untold thousands being executed in what are antiseptically termed “extra judicial killings” — that is, murders.

Yet the present president of the United States says Duterte is his new buddy. Trump stressed in their official discussions the Philippine president can count on him and the U.S. (which includes you and me) to be a friend. And,

Read more at: http://www.ottawaherald.com/opinion/20171206/mass-murderers-love-song-to-trump

Mass murderers: running amok in America

In 1966, Charles Whitman, the so-called Texas Tower Mass Murderer, shot 17 people from the rooftop of a University of Texas building in Austin and was ultimately slain by police.

I had two professors at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston who believed that a small portion of the brain called the amygdala played a large role controlling violent behavior. The professors flew down to Dallas to witness Whitman’s autopsy. He turned out to have a brain tumor. It was an atypical neoplasm with malignant characteristics, and the professors took the position that the tumor might have invaded part of the amygdala and been possibly implicated in Whitman’s rage attack. Later, they authored a controversial book called “Violence and the Brain” in which they promulgated the theory that violence stems from brain dysfunction. But Whitman was a Marine with a host of mental problems, all of which could easily have played a

Read more at: http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/opinion/oped/bs-ed-op-1207-running-amok-20171205-story.html

Victims of Bartow mass murderer still in mourning – The Ledger

BARTOW – Two decades have passed since gunshots shattered the night at Bartow’s Erie Manufacturing plant, robbing George and Mary Ann Patisso of their only son and leaving Phil and Nicoletta Dosso inconsolable.

It was three days shy of George Patisso Jr.’s 28th birthday.

His brother-in-law, Frank Dosso, 35, had planned to celebrate his twin daughters’ 10th birthday that evening – Dec. 3, 1997 – and was bringing home Chinese carryout for dinner.

Diane Dosso Patisso, 28, had stopped by Erie to pick up her brother and husband, who worked together in the family business, before meeting with her parents for the birthday party.

Erie partner George Gonsalves, 69, anticipated locking up after everyone had left.

Then, the gunshots.

Two hours later, the Dossos would discover the bloodied bodies of their son, daughter, son-in-law and business partner in the company’s offices. The 911 call that

Read more at: http://www.theledger.com/news/20171202/victims-of-bartow-mass-murderer-still-in-mourning

Victims of Bartow mass murderer still in mourning

BARTOW – Two decades have passed since gunshots shattered the night at Bartow’s Erie Manufacturing plant, robbing George and Mary Ann Patisso of their only son and leaving Phil and Nicoletta Dosso inconsolable.

It was three days shy of George Patisso Jr.’s 28th birthday.

His brother-in-law, Frank Dosso, 35, had planned to celebrate his twin daughters’ 10th birthday that evening — Dec. 3, 1997 — and was bringing home Chinese carryout for dinner.

Diane Dosso Patisso, 28, had stopped by Erie to pick up her brother and husband, who worked together in the family business, before meeting with her parents for the birthday party.

Erie partner George Gonsalves, 69, anticipated locking up after everyone had left.

Then, the gunshots.

Two hours later, the Dossos would discover the bloodied bodies of their son, daughter, son-in-law and business partner in the company’s offices. The 911 call that followed

Read more at: http://www.theledger.com/news/20171202/victims-of-bartow-mass-murderer-still-in-mourning

Victims of Bartow mass murderer still in mourning – News – The …

BARTOW – Two decades have passed since gunshots shattered the night at Bartow’s Erie Manufacturing plant, robbing George and Mary Ann Patisso of their only son and leaving Phil and Nicoletta Dosso inconsolable.

It was three days shy of George Patisso Jr.’s 28th birthday.

His brother-in-law, Frank Dosso, 35, had planned to celebrate his twin daughters’ 10th birthday that evening — Dec. 3, 1997 — and was bringing home Chinese carryout for dinner.

Diane Dosso Patisso, 28, had stopped by Erie to pick up her brother and husband, who worked together in the family business, before meeting with her parents for the birthday party.

Erie partner George Gonsalves, 69, anticipated locking up after everyone had left.

Then, the gunshots.

Two hours later, the Dossos would discover the bloodied bodies of their son, daughter, son-in-law and business partner in the company’s offices. The 911 call that followed

Read more at: http://www.theledger.com/news/20171202/victims-of-bartow-mass-murderer-still-in-mourning

Mass murderer convicted at ICC

FR. SHAY CULLEN, SSC

IT was a spark of light from the darkness of human right violations, horrific war crimes, crimes against humanity, genocide, and ethnic cleansing that have caused the suffering, torture, starvation, and mass murder of thousands. That spark of light was the conviction and sentence to life imprisonment of Ratko Mladic, the former Bosnian Serb commander known as the “butcher of Bosnia,” by the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague, Netherlands, on November 22, 2017.

It came more than 20 years after the massacre at Srebrenica in the former Yugoslavia. When the verdict of conviction and sentence was read out, there was relief and satisfaction for the surviving relatives of more than 8,000 men and boys murdered on the orders of the then Gen. Ratko Mladic. They never forgot and pursued justice to

Read more at: http://www.manilatimes.net/mass-murderer-convicted-icc/366381/