26 March 1996 “First of all, you should know that we in the police have divided murders into categories: we have pathological killings, murders in accidental encounters, impulsive killings, death due to negligence, death for profit. The number of young killers in the categories covers fighting among criminals and other crime related killings. There is […]

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