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LOS ANGELES, Jan. 1, 2014 /Emag.co.uk/ — In an interview with CBS news, the head of the FBI’s Behavioral Threat Assessment Center confirmed that school shooters are a new breed of serial killer (http://www.cbsnews.com/news/fbi-weve-prevented-148-shootings-attacks-this-year/). This fact, along with the time line of the Arapahoe High School shooting verifies the findings of a white paper issued three days before the latest Colorado shooting. The 10 December 2013 report’s 2 main conclusions are that school shooters are serial killers without the patience due to their age, and that all the children at Sandy Hook Elementary should have been saved. United States Senator Christopher Murphy of Connecticut has contacted the author of the report and recommends that Congress seriously reviews its findings ((Photo: The report approached the issue of school shootings in the manner in which the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigates plane crashes, with a focus on eliminating the impossible. The report notes, that with the exception of age, school shooters and serial killers are identical behaviorally. According to the report, 84% of serial killers are White males, 75% of serial killers are American (Americans are 4.5% of the world’s population), hate their mothers, primary targets are women and children, are addicted to child or violent pornography, are socially and sexually dysfunctional, haveabove average intelligence, played with fire as children, tortured animals, are in their mid-20’s to late 30’s, and 90% are perfectly sane. The CBS report notes that the FBI’s threat assessment unit tracked an individual that created a gun range in his basement, used pictures of his roommates as targets, and tortured animals. According to the 27 December 2013 release of the Netown shooting police file, the Columbine investigation, and recent statements by the Arapahoe Sheriff, all shooters fit the identical profile.
The timeline given by local authorities in the Arapahoe shooting support the report’s contention that its recommended interruption methods would have stopped the Newtown shooter well before he reached any of the children. The report clears video games as being a factor in the shootings, while citing specific events and policy decisions in the 1980’s as being the genesis of school shootings. The white paper asserts that Theodore Bundy, Timothy McVeigh, and Andrew Cunanan were the bridge between serial killers and modern day school shooters.
The report notes there are 35-70 serial killers active in America, and that America can expect 200-300 school/mass shootings annually. The report forecasts the substantial increase in the number school shootings as lower income shooters coming into play due to the explosion of the sex industry. Specifically cited is the dramatic upswing in prostitution and strippers in the aftermath of the 2008 recession (http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/reporter-fired-moonlighting-stripper-hired-anew-article-1.1240891). A majority of serial killers mothers are known to have been prostitutes according to FBI data and the much respected book “Bloodletters and Badmen.”
The number of veterans returning from war zones trained in ambush techniques with severe behavioral problems is also noted as a looming factor in future school shootings. The report labels the next wave of shooters as “Akulas” after the Russian attack submarine made famous in the Denzel Washington-Gene Hackman movie “Crimson Tide.” The report offers 2 solutions to the issue, one being that the epidemic of school shooters can be halted by avoiding the mistakes made by the Black community concerning drive-by shootings. The second solution calls on America to follow the same pragmatic and logical path concerning social issues as it did concerning technology in the battle between Smith-Corona, IBM, and Xerox vs. Microsoft, Apple, Yahoo, in the 1980’s.
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