How we cover mass shootings affects how many there will be
The Huffington Post - 06/14/2017
“In most of these crimes, the killer gets much more publicity that any of the victims. When the killer is featured, the killer often becomes a celebrity,” Jack Levin, co-director of the Brudnick Center on Violence and Conflict at Northeastern University told HuffPost.
That attention can be a dangerous incentive for would-be killers.