The Mind Of The Murderer - What Makes A Killer?
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In our previous episode of the True Crime Reporter™ podcast, we presented the murder case of Annie Laurie Williams

Williams bludgeoned her 8 and 9-year-old sons to death and then dispassionately dismembered their bodies to dispose of them.

Her acts are unthinkable.

In order to bring perspective and understanding to such a crime, Cohosts Robert Riggs and Bill Johnston reached out to forensic psychiatrist Dr. Richard Taylor in the United Kingdom.

Dr. Taylor is the author of The Mind of a Murderer. He has worked on more than 100 murder cases.

He explores the subject of Women Who Kill Children in his book.

Dr. Taylor also works with a special unit dealing with threats to the royal family and politicians, which is called the Fixated Threat Assessment Center (FTAC).

You can find a link to more information about the FTAC on our website.

Murder is not just a crime, it is a major public health problem. 

In 2017 alone, there were close to a half-million recorded victims of homicide around the globe.

Investigative Reporter Robert Riggs and former U.S. federal prosecutor explore what drives people to murder. 

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