The Daily Populous

Sunday November 10th, 2019 morning edition

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Both Bundy and Gacy were diagnosed with antisocial personality disorder and Dexter experienced the extremely graphic, bloody murder of his mom.

A new study finds that these issues are among a group of indicators that someone may become a serial killer.

Antisocial personality disorder is characterized by a person’s inability to distinguish between right and wrong.

Their perception of situations and relating to others is dysfunctional, and they often manipulate people and act with indifference.

Their search terms included “autism and serial killer,” “psychopathy and autism,” “murder and autism,” and “brain injury and serial killer.”

They also looked at books, studies, and electronic documents, finding a total of 239 eligible killers, the Daily Mail reported.

Source: Allely C, Minnis H, Thompson L, Wilson P, Gillberg C. Neurodevelopmental and psychosocial risk factors in serial killers and mass murderers. »

Bill Barr's meeting with Fox News chairman should be investigated

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(CNN) — There was an interesting development about Fox News in recent days, and it wasn't just about the sudden departure of anchor Shephard Smith.

Why did Attorney General Bill Barr meet Wednesday night with Fox News chairman Rupert Murdoch , and (as the New York Times reported) do so at the media mogul's home?.

Rouda added he believes it's within the purview of the House Oversight committee to investigate this meeting. »