This is an infographic by Olinda Thomas
Serial killers are as fascinating as they are horrifying. As much as we fear them, we can’t help but be captivated and perplexed by their nature. Let’s take a look at some of the most infamous — and chilling — serial killers in history, along with a closer look inside their minds.
Walmart Shopper Shot Dead by Cops After Picking Up BB Gun
Why is it that whenever police shoots a suspect it’s always big news but when a suspect kills a cop we almost never hear of it? It’s starting to smell.
‘…“We was just talking. He said he was at the video games playing videos and he went over there by the toy section where the toy guns were. And the next thing I know, he said ‘It’s not real,’ and the police start shooting and they said ‘Get on the ground,’ but he was already on the ground because they had shot him,” Johnson stated. “And I could hear him just crying and screaming. I feel like they shot him down like he was not even human.”’
‘The witness who phoned police, ex-marine Ronald Ritchie, reportedly told 9-1-1 he saw Crawford “walking around with a gun in the store,” and that he was “loading it right now,” and pointing it at customers and children.
‘Innocent bystander Angela D. Williams, 37, of Fairborn, also died following the shooting.
‘The county coroner said she was “apparently running from a dangerous situation inside the Walmart store when she collapsed. She was taken to Soin Medical Center where she died at 9:14 p.m.” In a sad twist, the mother of two was due to be wed on Saturday.
‘Police have yet to release footage of the shooting. Crawford’s friend, Bobbie Odneal, views that as highly suspicious…’
NBI arrests high-profile ‘The Butcher’ Palparan in Manila
He was traced while using an ATM
Philippines – ‘Fugitive retired Army Maj. Gen. Jovito Palparan was arrested by operatives of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) early morning of August 12 in his hideout in Sta. Mesa, Manila as reported over radio.
‘Labeled “The Butcher’ by political activists, Palparan, who was named one of five high-profile fugitives by President Aquino in August 2012, went into hiding after he and three military officials were charged with kidnapping and serious illegal detention and was ordered arrested by the regional trial court in Malolos, Bulacan province in December 2011 for the disappearance of University of the Philippines students Karen and Sherlyn Cadapan in June 2006…’