By John J. Miletich
An creation to murder investigation--the tactics, practices, tools, pitfalls, frustrations, and successes--as exact via real instances investigated via the pros. Proves that real-life homicides are usually extra incredible than the fictitious money owed portrayed in video clips and novels. is a brilliant primer for pros and a desirable e-book for normal readers.
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Initiated members make newcomers feel special, and new members are socialized to adopt a new identity acceptable to the cult. All members must conform without question in a communal environment, which has a siege mentality. Troublemakers are punished psychologically or physically, and they may be killed. The cult believes external forces, usually the government, may attempt to destroy them. Another type, the satanic cult, advocates belief in the devil and attracts individuals who have psychological problems.
During a meeting, the individuals present negotiate the terms of the contract. The independent, however, can refuse a contract, depending, in part, on his moral code. He may not kill women, and a certain contract specifies that a husband and wife be killed. Another hitman may kill men and women, but not children. A basic contract stipulates the hitman will kill a specific person for a specific amount of money by a specific date. A would-be victim has to testify in court in two months. His enemies want him dead before then.
Likewise, in the straight world, not everyone qualifies or wants to be an executioner in a state that has the death penalty. Another example is a homicide detective who views an eviscerated body at a crime scene and may later have lunch. This detective, although bothered by violence and death, leaned early in homicide investigation how, for the most part, to cope with violent death. A hitman also copes easily with bloodshed. He is an employee who is paid to kill. After killing a person, a hitman does any number of things as ordinary as going to sleep or going to a wedding.
Homicide Investigation: An Introduction by John J. Miletich