How do you profile a serial killer and a murderer, and what are the differences from a profiling perspective?

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The process of profiling is a complex one where the information gathered at a crime scene is used to begin a profile of the perpetrator. Other information about the killer is added as the profile is built using information gathered at the scene, from other people, and from the autopsy.  Did they leave evidence behind indicating a disorganized killer?  Did they remove every bit of...

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