Mass Murderers Fit Profile, as Do Many Others Who Don’t Kill
They have become one of the most notorious and alarming stripes of evil. People who, when you think back, seemed off. Didn’t dress right. Kept to themselves. Were nursing a bitterness that smoldered inside of them. And then they picked up guns and went out and killed as many as they could. In the aftermath, the same questions arise: Why didn’t everyone know? Why weren’t they stopped?