Rape and rape-murder: one offender and twelve victims.

@article{Ressler1983RapeAR,
  title={Rape and rape-murder: one offender and twelve victims.},
  author={Robert K. Ressler and Ann Wolbert Burgess and Jack E. Douglas},
  journal={The American journal of psychiatry},
  year={1983},
  volume={140 1},
  pages={
          36-40
        }
}
This study analyzes data pertaining to 12 rapes and rape-murders committed by one male adolescent offender over a 4-year period. All offenses except the first were committed while the offender was under psychiatric and probationary supervision. The use or relinquishment of violence by the offender was found to be dependent on subtle interpersonal factors. The authors stress the importance of the use of crime scene data and interviews of patients who have committed sex crimes, the role of… 
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