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  • Warrant: Texas stabbing suspect had gruesome fantasies

    USA Today - 04/11/2013

    Would-be serial killers often admire other mass killers and will even try to mimic theirstyles, said James Alan Fox, a criminologist at Northeastern University in Boston. But given that Quick allegedly stabbed people with a utility knife without killing or eating anyone points to someone who may have been more obsessed with notoriety than true cannibalistic desires, he said.

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