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Netflix’s ‘Mindhunter’ : Our Full Report, with Video of Each of the REAL Killers Portrayed

It takes a very specific type of person to study pure evil clinically — that is, doing what one can to put aside one’s preconceived notions and judgments to truly understand the mechanics of evil: what is its genesis? What is its function? How does it work? Most importantly, how can we stop it?

How does one even begin to study this problem with even a pretense of objectivity? The FBI attempted their answer starting in the 1970’s with what was more or less the American boom in serial murder — this was but years after the Manson murders rocked the world; only about a decade after Psycho’s twisted vision hit the big-screen; only about 15 years after Psycho’s inspiration, “The Butcher of PlainfieldEd Gein was caught and placed into intensive criminal psychiatric care in Wisconsin; The Zodiac Killer was still

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Netflix’s ‘Mindhunter’ : Our Full Report, with Video of Each of the …

It takes a very specific type of person to study pure evil clinically — that is, doing what one can to put aside one’s preconceived notions and judgments to truly understand the mechanics of evil: what is its genesis? What is its function? How does it work? Most importantly, how can we stop it?

How does one even begin to study this problem with even a pretense of objectivity? The FBI attempted their answer starting in the 1970’s with what was more or less the American boom in serial murder — this was but years after the Manson murders rocked the world; only about a decade after Psycho’s twisted vision hit the big-screen; only about 15 years after Psycho’s inspiration, “The Butcher of PlainfieldEd Gein was caught and placed into intensive criminal psychiatric care in Wisconsin; The Zodiac Killer was still

Read more at: https://www.thefourohfive.com/film/article/netflix-s-mindhunter-our-full-report-with-video-of-each-of-the-real-killers-portrayed-150

Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock’s quest for ‘perfect play’ on video poker

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The noise vibrated like a drill, coming from inside a corner hotel suite on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. At that moment, security guard Jesus Campos was on the floor to check a blocked fire escape door, and he heard that strange sound. Unbeknownst to him, it wasn’t drilling, but the rattle of a gun.
Campos said on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” in an episode airing Wednesday “As I was walking down, I heard rapid fire. And at first I took cover, I felt a burning sensation. I went to go lift my pant leg up and I saw the blood,” .
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It was the raggedy sweatshirt and rundown jeans that first caught the attention of an employee

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‘Mindhunter’ charts the early days of criminal profiling on Netflix (VIDEO)

'Mindhunter' is not on Netflix starting October 13.  Picture courtesy of Netflix‘Mindhunter’ is not on Netflix starting October 13. — Picture courtesy of NetflixLOS ANGELES, Oct 14 — After House of Cards, David Fincher returns to Netflix with a new series. Available yesterday, October 13, Mindhunter looks at the early days of criminal psychology and criminal profiling at the FBI in the 1970s.

It’s 1977 and the term serial killer hasn’t even been invented yet. “How do we get ahead of crazy if we don’t know how crazy thinks?” asks Bill Tench, one of the main characters in Mindhunter, played by actor Holt McCallony. With his colleague Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff), this FBI agent decides to interview a series of serial killers already behind bars in an attempt to understand their mentality in order to help with future cases.

The series charts the

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[VIDEO] ‘Criminal Minds’ Season 13: Reid Is Reinstated — With a …

Criminal Minds‘ Dr. Spencer Reid has recently been subject to “a lifetime’s worth of trauma,” it is noted in this exclusive sneak peek from tonight’s episode (CBS, 10/9c). So will he ever be mentally fit to return to full duty?

Picking up after the six weeks of leave mandated by the bureau at the close of the season premiere, the clip above finds Reid (played by Matthew Gray Gubler) receiving his final evaluation from shrink Agent Lawrence (Star Trek: Voyager‘s Tim Russ). Reid was not singled out for evaluation, Lawrence notes, but he is the only BAU member on probation.

Given all that he has been through — and seeing as the previous reinstatement of another agent in similar circumstances went sideways — will Reid

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VIDEO: Sneak Peek – Suspenseful Season Finale of Discovery’s …

This Tuesday marks the season finale of Discovery’s critically-acclaimed series “Manhunt: UNABOMBER.” But just how did FBI Agent and Criminal Profiler Jim “Fitz” Fitzgerald actually convince Ted Kaczynski to plead guilty? MANHUNT: UNABOMBER – Season Finale premieres Tuesday, Sept. 12 at 10 PM ET/PT on Discovery. Check out a sneak peek below!

Ted Kaczynski is confident that he and his lawyer Judy Clarke will be successful in their challenge to Fitz’s search warrant, thereby invalidating all evidence against Ted and winning him an acquittal. Fitz is ready to defend his work, and heartened by the presence of Natalie Rogers by his side in the courtroom. But when the judge dismisses Ted’s challenge, Ted is left reeling. Meanwhile, Fitz suspects something strange is going on with Ted’s defense team. After some investigation, Fitz confronts Ted with his conclusions: unbeknownst to Ted, his own lawyers are planning to enter an insanity defense for

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VIDEO: Sneak Peek – Suspenseful Season Finale of Discovery’s MANHUNT: UNABOMBER

This Tuesday marks the season finale of Discovery’s critically-acclaimed series “Manhunt: UNABOMBER.” But just how did FBI Agent and Criminal Profiler Jim “Fitz” Fitzgerald actually convince Ted Kaczynski to plead guilty? MANHUNT: UNABOMBER – Season Finale premieres Tuesday, Sept. 12 at 10 PM ET/PT on Discovery. Check out a sneak peek below!

Ted Kaczynski is confident that he and his lawyer Judy Clarke will be successful in their challenge to Fitz’s search warrant, thereby invalidating all evidence against Ted and winning him an acquittal. Fitz is ready to defend his work, and heartened by the presence of Natalie Rogers by his side in the courtroom. But when the judge dismisses Ted’s challenge, Ted is left reeling. Meanwhile, Fitz suspects something strange is going on with Ted’s defense team. After some investigation, Fitz confronts Ted with his conclusions: unbeknownst to Ted, his own lawyers are planning to enter an insanity defense for

Read more at: https://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwtv/article/VIDEO-Sneak-Peek-Suspenseful-Season-Finale-of-Discoverys-MANHUNT-UNABOMBER-20170907

VIDEO: First Look – Discovery Presents new Anthology Series MANHUNT: UNABOMBER

On the heels of the broadcast success of HARLEY AND THE DAVIDSONS – TV’s best single-network miniseries in more than three years – Discovery will present an all-new scripted anthology series called MANHUNT: UNABOMBER with a two-hour premiere airing Tuesday, August 1 at 9 PM ET/PT on the Discovery Channel. Get a first look below!

Manhunt: UNABOMBER tells the dramatic and gripping true story of the FBI’s hunt for the Unabomber, the deadliest serial bomber in history. The story focuses on FBI Agent and Criminal Profiler Jim “Fitz” Fitzgerald (played by Sam Worthington of “Avatar” and “Hacksaw Ridge”), who pioneered the use of forensic linguistics to identify and ultimately capture the Unabomber, Ted Kaczynski (Paul Bettany, “Captain America: Civil War,” “Avengers” series and “A Beautiful Mind”). This series features both Bettany and Worthington’s first major leading roles on U.S. television.

As a fresh faced Criminal Profiler and the newest member of the

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Watch: tvN’s “Criminal Minds” Releases First Teaser Video And Character Descriptions For Main Cast

tvN’s first Wednesday-Thursday drama “Criminal Minds,” the Korean remake of the American series, is set to be unveiled on July 26.

“Criminal Minds” is a criminal investigation drama that follows a team of agents who delve into the psychology of criminals to solve serial murders. The main cast includes Son Hyun Joo, Lee Joon Gi, Moon Chae Won, Lee Sun Bin, Go Yoon, Yoo Sun, and Kim Young Chul.

A short but impactful teaser was released, giving viewers a sneak peek of what they can expect from the thrilling, action-packed drama.

Son Hyun Joo will play Kang Ki Hyung, the head of the NCI behavioral analysis team in the National Intelligence Service’s international crime division. He is considered to be Korea’s best profiler, using cold hard analysis to understand the mind of a criminal and solve the case.

Lee Joon

Read more at: https://www.soompi.com/2017/07/02/tvns-criminal-minds-releases-first-teaser-video-character-descriptions-main-cast/

No, A CNN Correspondent Did Not ‘Blame’ Video Games For The Cleveland Shooting

Over the weekend, Steve Stephens filmed his own shooting of 74-year-old father and grandfather Robert Godwin Sr. Media outlets extensively covered the shooting and videos of Stephens discussing his alleged killing of a dozen other people.

CNN’s senior media correspondent and “Reliable Sources” host Brian Stelter brought video games into the mix. While participating in a CNN roundtable with “Newsroom” host Ana Cabrera, Stelter described a video posted by the shooter as looking “like a video game.” The video shows Stephens walking up to Godwin, telling him to say the name of a woman, claiming the woman is the reason for the shooting, then pointing his gun at Godwin and pulling the trigger.

“Because if you think about video games, they’re first-person shooters,” Stelter commented. “People in a game, they have a controller, the gun is in front of them and they’re firing. That is how a lot of young people experience

Read more at: https://thefederalist.com/2017/04/17/no-cnn-correspondent-not-blame-video-games-cleveland-shooting/