Similarities And Differences Between Ramirez Victims And The Victims

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N. Victimology

There were no similarities between Ramirez victims as they were random and had no real connection with regards to age, race or gender. The victims were “Jennie Wincow (79), Dayle Okazaki (34), Tsai "Veronica" Lan Yu (30), Vincent Zazzara (64), and his wife Maxine (44) , William "Bill" Doi (66), Mable "Ma Bell" Keller (83), Mary Louise Cannon (75) , Joyce Lucille Nelson (61), Max (68), and Lela Kneiding (66) , Chainarong Khovananth (32), Elyas Abowath (35)” ( Murderpedia.org,2051) The background of the victims that were common was that he did not know his victims and were mainly women who he raped. The type of victims were “family, single women, elderly, no particular preference, however, most victims lived in either brown or white stucco homes similar to his childhood home.” (maamodt.asp.radford.edu, 2015) No similarities exist between the victims and their risk level was low to medium. The victims had no relationship to Ramirez and were strangers, he chose at random and sometimes planned.
4. Psychological autopsy of the victim(s) common themes?

0. Motive To establish a serial killer’s motive is not easy as there are quite a few reasons to consider why a serial killer would kill and his or intentions are not apparent at first. There is a need to delve deeper into the minds of a serial killer in order to make some kind of understanding of why a certain person decides to kill and what his or her motivations are. In his book titled “Hunting Serial…

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