By Heng Choon Chan Oliver (auth.)
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2. Victims are likely to be imprisoned, blindfolded, and gagged. 3. Violence caused by the offender is random. 3. Victims are likely to be drugged, bound, and tortured. 4. Oral and anal penetration against the victim. 4. Insertion of objects into the victim’s body cavities is likely. 5. Victim’s body is disposed of at an outdoor location. 5. Victim mutilation is likely. 6. Victim’s face is covered. 6. Offenders are likely to openly expose and position their victim’s corpse. 7. Victims are aged between 1 and 7 years old and between 31 and 47 years old.
2003) find that compared with the NHSOs, the sexual killers report higher levels of peer group loneliness in adolescence. In addition, compared with the NHSOs, the sexual killers also report having higher levels of grievances toward females in childhood and higher levels of seeing themselves as victims in adulthood. In the context of the offense, the sexual killers are more likely than rapists to live alone at the time of the offense (Grubin, 1994). In addition, Oliver et al. (2007) find that the sexual murderers in their sample are involved in significantly fewer intimate relationships than the rapists.
On the one hand, these impulsive offenders commit homicides that are spontaneous, much as disorganized offenders do. Nevertheless, their criminal lifestyles equip them with the experience to have some planning over their homicides, which enables them to maintain some degree or order at the scene and to avoid detection. Some signs of sadism and torture at the scene are possible given their psychopathic nature of violence, thrill seeking, and their lack of empathy. Unlike competitively disadvantaged and psychopathic SHOs, sadistic sexual murderers are not expected to have a criminal history.
Understanding Sexual Homicide Offenders: An Integrated Approach by Heng Choon Chan Oliver (auth.)