1 November 1993 Leposava Kron from the Institute for Criminological and Sociological Research in Belgrade has ``discovered'' five types of murderers: neurotic, paranoid, simulative, depressive and ``normal.'' Although the classes of murderers are distinguishable according to the results of a life scenario test, drawings, etc., Kron points out that ``the diagnostic impressions contained in the […]

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