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  • A woman meets a guy online and after the two exchange some sweet words they agree to meet.

    一個女人在網上認識了一個男人,兩人交換了一些甜言蜜語後,他們同意見面。

  • Fast-forward just a couple of weeks and the scene is a hotel room.

    快進了幾個星期,場景是一個酒店房間。

  • A man stands above the body of a woman.

    一個男人站在一個女人的身體之上。

  • She's been stabbed 30 times.

    她被刺傷了30次。

  • Blood is all over the place.

    血流滿地。

  • The man, who seems to have murder written into his DNA, will later say he feared the

    這名男子似乎將謀殺寫進了自己的DNA,他後來會說他害怕。

  • woman was going to reject him.

    女人要拒絕他。

  • But get this, the authorities knew this man was a killer.

    但請注意,當局知道這個人是個殺手。

  • In fact, they should have seen the signs he was going to do it again.

    事實上,他們應該已經看到了他要再做的跡象。

  • There are usually signs, and as you'll see today, they're not always exactly hidden.

    通常有一些跡象,正如你今天看到的,它們並不總是完全隱藏的。

  • Ok, so we guess we shouldn't start a story and not fill in the gaps.

    好的,所以我們猜想我們不應該開始一個故事而不去填補空白。

  • The crime we just talked about happened recently in Canada.

    我們剛剛談到的犯罪最近發生在加拿大。

  • The authorities did take a lot of flak for it, because they really should have known

    當局確實為此受到了很多指責,因為他們確實應該知道

  • this guy might kill again.

    這傢伙可能會再次殺人。

  • Going back to his earliest relationships, he had a history of violence.

    追溯到他最早的關係,他有過暴力史。

  • In fact, he was convicted of assaulting a partner years back.

    事實上,他早在幾年前就因攻擊夥伴而被定罪。

  • Then in 2006, he ruthlessly beat another partner with a hammer, and then stabbed her as she

    然後在2006年,他用一把錘子無情地毆打另一個夥伴,然後在她的身上刺了一刀。

  • lay dying.

    躺在床上奄奄一息。

  • This was murder.

    這就是謀殺。

  • He later said he was afraid she was going to reject him.

    他後來說,他擔心她會拒絕他。

  • He was of course arrested and sent to prison, but then he went from being high-risk to moderate-risk

    他當然被逮捕並被送進監獄,但隨後他從高風險變成了中度風險

  • and in 2019 he was allowed out of prison on day release so long as he followed some protocols.

    並在2019年允許他日間出獄,只要他遵守一些協議就可以出獄。

  • He was then sent to live in a halfway house.

    隨後,他被送入一箇中途宿舍生活。

  • It was around this time that his parole officer said he should be allowed to tend to his sexual

    正是在這個時候,他的假釋官說,應該允許他照顧自己的性生活。

  • needs.

    需要。

  • Since you know how the story ends, you know that this was an extremely bad idea.

    既然你知道故事的結局,你就知道這是一個極其糟糕的主意。

  • What happened is the guy met the woman online on an erotic massage parlor's website.

    事情是這樣的:這名男子在一家色情按摩店的網站上與這名女子在網上相遇。

  • They met a bunch of times, but then it seems he formed a kind of attachment to her, or

    他們見了很多次面,但後來似乎他對她形成了一種依戀,或者說是

  • more like an obsession.

    更像是一種痴迷。

  • Paradoxically, he killed her because he thought she might leave him.

    矛盾的是,他殺死她是因為他認為她可能會離開他。

  • He was obviously a certified loon and a very dangerous man.

    他顯然是一個合格的瘋子,是一個非常危險的人。

  • Ok, so what are the signs something like might happen?

    好吧,那麼有什麼跡象表明可能會發生類似的事情?

  • Well, in his case there was a history of violence against women, terrible violence, the worst

    好吧,在他的案例中,有一段對婦女施暴的歷史,可怕的暴力,最糟糕的是

  • kind of violence.

    樣的暴力。

  • He shouldn't have even been allowed anywhere near a relationship, or at least his activities

    他甚至不應該被允許接近一段關係,或者至少是他的活動

  • should have been monitored more closely.

    本應受到更密切的監測。

  • He was supposed to tell his parole officer about any relationships, which it seems he

    他應該告訴他的假釋官任何關係,而他似乎

  • did.

    做了。

  • As we said, the authorities were criticized for this and admitted wrongdoing.

    正如我們所說,當局為此受到責備並承認了錯誤行為。

  • But let's say you're the woman in this case.

    但我們假設你是本案中的女性。

  • How would you know this guy had murder on his mind?

    你怎麼會知道這傢伙有殺人的想法?

  • Well, there are plenty of resources that you can go to where experts tell you about behavior

    好吧,有很多資源,你可以去看看,專家會告訴你有關的行為

  • that could turn deadly.

    這可能會變成致命的。

  • This could be behavior of both men and women of course.

    當然,這可能是男性和女性的行為。

  • One thing to notice is controlling behavior.

    需要注意的一件事是控制行為。

  • You should know that if someone is excessively controlling - and we don't mean telling

    你應該知道,如果有人過度控制--我們並不是指告訴你

  • you off for forgetting to brush your teeth at night - alarm bells should be going off

    你因為晚上忘記刷牙而被開除--應該敲響警鐘。

  • in your head.

    在你的腦子裡。

  • Let's say someone tells you what to wear all the time.

    假設有人一直告訴你該穿什麼。

  • This person keeps saying you dress too sexily.

    這個人一直說你穿得太性感了。

  • He's jealous, more than jealous, he's oppressive.

    他妒忌,不僅僅是妒忌,他是壓迫。

  • Well, you should get out of that relationship ASAP.

    那麼,你應該儘快擺脫這種關係。

  • This is not normal behavior.

    這不是正常的行為。

  • It means this person has a problem, likely stemming from his childhood.

    這意味著這個人有問題,很可能是源於他的童年。

  • If the control worsens over time, if the person can't be talked to or doesn't take well

    如果控制力隨著時間的推移而惡化,如果該人不能被交談或不善於接受

  • to criticism, the behavior will only get worse.

    對責備,這種行為只會變得更糟。

  • The endpoint could be violence and even murder, especially if the person feels you are going

    終點可能是暴力,甚至是謀殺,特別是如果對方覺得你要

  • to leave.

    要離開。

  • This is quite common.

    這是很常見的。

  • There are a lot of insecure people out there.

    有很多沒有安全感的人在那裡。

  • But at times, they might exhibit other strange behaviors, such as excessive agressiveness

    但有時,他們可能會表現出其他奇怪的行為,如過度的激進性

  • during sex.

    在性生活中。

  • Then you have stalking, or threats of violence, even threats of murder.

    然後你有跟蹤,或威脅使用暴力,甚至威脅謀殺。

  • We are not talking about serial killer behavior here, that is very different, a whole different

    我們不是在談論連環殺手的行為,那是非常不同的,是完全不同的。

  • world; we are talking about people who cannot control their emotions and anger, people who

    我們談論的是那些無法控制自己的情緒和憤怒的人,是那些無法控制的人。

  • may not have killed before but have it in them to kill.

    可能以前沒有殺過人,但他們有能力去殺人。

  • Perhaps you have a friend who you fear is in this kind of relationship.

    也許你有一個朋友,你擔心他處於這種關係。

  • Sometimes the problem is they don't talk about it.

    有時問題是他們不談論它。

  • But if you find yourself saying things like, “She became quiet and withdrawnorShe

    但是,如果你發現自己說 "她變得安靜和退縮 "或 "她

  • acts different when he's around”, then this could spell trouble.

    當他在身邊時,他的行為是不同的",那麼這可能意味著麻煩。

  • Have a heart-to-heart with this friend when you get the chance.

    有機會的話,與這位朋友進行一次心與心的交流。

  • In all likelihood, if she is in a bad relationship with a controlling person that person won't

    在所有的可能性中,如果她和一個有控制慾的人關係不好,這個人不會

  • want her to meet you.

    想讓她見見你。

  • He will be jealous of everyone, even her friends.

    他將嫉妒所有人,甚至她的朋友。

  • In fact, research says that jealousy is one of the leading causes of spousal murder.

    事實上,研究表明,嫉妒是導致配偶謀殺的主要原因之一。

  • Controlling and jealous people are responsible for a good chunk of murders in this world.

    控制慾和嫉妒心強的人要對這個世界上相當大一部分謀殺案負責。

  • You might think that murdering a lover or partner is only for natural born killers,

    你可能認為,謀殺情人或伴侶只適合天生的殺手。

  • but you'd be very wrong.

    但你會大錯特錯。

  • People kill in explosive fits of temper, so-called normal people, not just maniacs and psychopaths.

    人們在爆發性的脾氣中殺人,所謂的正常人,不只是瘋子和精神病患者。

  • You probably know that very often murder victims are killed by people intimate with them or

    你可能知道,很多時候,謀殺受害者都是被與他們關係親密的人殺死的,或者是被他們殺死的。

  • friends.

    朋友們。

  • Take this case for example, a really famous case in the US.

    以此案為例,這是美國一個非常著名的案件。

  • It involved a NASA astronaut named Lisa Marie Nowak.

    它涉及一位名叫麗莎-瑪麗-諾瓦克的美國宇航局太空人。

  • In short, she liked a man but that man was dating another woman, and this made the space-woman

    簡而言之,她喜歡一個男人,但這個男人卻在和另一個女人約會,這讓太空女郎

  • very angry.

    非常生氣。

  • Nowak was educated to the nth degree.

    諾瓦克受到的教育達到了極高的程度。

  • She was well loved, had a happy childhood, had money, fame even, but then one in a fit

    她很受人愛戴,有一個幸福的童年,有錢,甚至有名望,但後來有一次,她突然間

  • of rage she set off to meet that woman with what the press called a “kill kitin

    憤怒的她出發去見那個帶著媒體所說的 "殺人工具 "的女人。

  • her car.

    她的車。

  • That was a bag containing a steel mallet, a long knife, a length of hose, latex gloves,

    那是一個裝有鋼槌、長刀、一段軟管、乳膠手套的袋子。

  • pepper spray, a BB gun, and some garbage bags.

    胡椒噴霧器,一支BB槍,和一些垃圾袋。

  • You have to ask what she was planning to do with those things.

    你要問她打算用這些東西做什麼。

  • Thankfully, she didn't kill the woman.

    值得慶幸的是,她沒有殺死那個女人。

  • She hardly even spent any time in jail, just two daysYeah, imagine she'd have been

    她幾乎沒有在監獄裡度過任何時間,只有兩天......是的,想象一下她會被

  • poor and uneducated, it likely would have been a different outcome.

    窮人和沒有受過教育的人,很可能會有不同的結果。

  • The authorities said she was planningto do serious bodily injury or death.”

    當局說她計劃 "造成嚴重的身體傷害或死亡"。

  • It was later written that she was jealous and obsessed, and that's why she had an

    後來有人寫道,她是嫉妒和迷戀,這就是為什麼她有一個

  • almost fatal attraction.

    幾乎是致命的吸引力。

  • One expert said about this case, “They may have murderous, rageful fantasies about that

    一位專家在談到此案時說:"他們可能會有殺人的、流氓的幻想,對那

  • person.

    人。

  • The difference is, she is acting on these fantasies.”

    不同的是,她正在對這些幻想採取行動。"

  • Murder doesn't happen often as a result of jeaously, but it still happens way too

    謀殺案並不經常因偷竊而發生,但它仍然發生得太多了。

  • often.

    經常如此。

  • You should know the signs.

    你應該知道這些跡象。

  • This is a good example of someone falling off the edge.

    這是一個很好的例子,說明有人從邊緣掉下來。

  • She was controlling, jealous, obsessive.

    她有控制慾、嫉妒心、強迫症。

  • Unfortunately, these signs aren't always obvious from the get-go.

    不幸的是,這些跡象並不總是從一開始就很明顯。

  • These types of people tend to hide their problems at the start of a relationship, and then the

    這些類型的人往往在關係開始時隱藏自己的問題,然後

  • negative emotions tend to slowly emerge as fangs do from growing tigers.

    負面情緒往往會像成長中的老虎的獠牙一樣慢慢浮現。

  • Get out before it is too late, is what experts will tell you.

    專家們會告訴你,在為時已晚之前離開。

  • Regular people don't have the equipment that neuroscientists have.

    普通人沒有神經科學家所擁有的設備。

  • They can't scan images of a partner's amygdala and hypothalamus as they tell them

    他們不能按照對方的說法掃描伴侶的杏仁核和下丘腦的影像

  • they think someone else is hot and charming.

    他們認為別人很性感,很有魅力。

  • In such a case, if those parts of the brain show lots of activity, that means they could

    在這種情況下,如果大腦的這些部分顯示出大量的活動,這意味著它們可以

  • be extremely jealous.

    嫉妒心極強。

  • According to the experts, jealous folks in this case might also have a fast-beating heart

    據專家介紹,這種情況下的嫉妒者也可能有一顆快速跳動的心臟

  • along with muscle tensing and sweating.

    伴隨著肌肉緊張和出汗。

  • You can try that one at home.

    你可以在家裡試試這個。

  • We looked at statistics, and while crime is a huge reason for homicides, and sociopolitical

    我們看了統計數據,雖然犯罪是殺人的一個巨大原因,而社會政治

  • murders are very common, much of the murder in the world is down to interpersonal conflict,

    謀殺是非常普遍的,世界上的大部分謀殺都是由於人際衝突造成的。

  • meaning people being murdered by people they know because something went wrong.

    意思是人們因為出了問題而被他們認識的人謀殺。

  • Often, it's jealousy.

    通常,這是嫉妒。

  • When we're talking about signs of a murderer related to criminal enterprises, well, it's

    當我們談論與犯罪企業有關的殺人犯的跡象時,嗯,它是

  • complicated.

    複雜。

  • Should JoeyIce PickInzaghi have seen the signs before he waswhackedby Tony

    喬伊-"冰錐 "因扎吉在被託尼 "捶打 "之前是否應該看到跡象?

  • The Wizard of OddsTrevisani?

    "賠率魔法師 "特雷維薩尼?

  • Maybe not, because killing is in most mafia guy's playbooks.

    也許不是,因為殺人是大多數黑手黨人的遊戲規則。

  • Still, as any former mafia guy will tell you, some of those goodfellas were pretty much

    不過,正如任何一個前黑手黨人都會告訴你的那樣,那些好心人中的一些人幾乎都是

  • psychopaths who enjoyed killing.

    喜歡殺人的心理變態者。

  • They killed for fun.

    他們以殺戮為樂。

  • They weren't right in the head.

    他們的腦子不正常。

  • What was up with those guys?

    那些傢伙是怎麼回事?

  • What are the signs they might display?

    他們可能表現出哪些跡象?

  • Well, in terms of serial killers, be it sexual killers or demented maniacs that enjoy murdering

    那麼,就連環殺手而言,無論是性愛殺手還是喜歡謀殺的痴呆狂人,都是如此。

  • lots of people, there could well be signs in childhood.

    很多人,很可能在童年就有徵兆。

  • There's something called theMacdonald triad”, which is a controversial theory

    有一種叫做 "麥克唐納三體 "的東西,這是一種有爭議的理論

  • that people who commit serial serious violent offenses have three things in common when

    實施連續嚴重暴力犯罪的人有三個共同點,即

  • they're young.

    他們很年輕。

  • Those are bed-wetting until a later age, setting fires all the time and cruelty to animals.

    那些是直到晚年才尿床,一直在放火和虐待動物。

  • Ok, so lots of kids do this and they turn out to be nice people who would not dream

    好吧,很多孩子都是這樣做的,而且他們都變成了好人,他們做夢都不會想到。

  • of seriously hurting anyone, although excessive cruelty to animals could be a sign that someone

    嚴重傷害任何人,儘管對動物的過度虐待可能是一個跡象,表明有人

  • is taking their anger out on vulnerable things due to the humiliation they suffered in childhood.

    是將他們的憤怒發洩在脆弱的事物上,因為他們在童年時遭受了羞辱。

  • Stable kids don't generally set cats on fire for fun.

    穩定的孩子一般不會為了好玩而放火燒貓。

  • Still, this might not be a sign someone will kill humans.

    儘管如此,這可能不是有人要殺人類的跡象。

  • They might become very self-aware and ashamed of their act, and begin to understand why

    他們可能會變得非常有自我意識,對自己的行為感到羞愧,並開始理解為什麼

  • they did it.

    他們做到了。

  • The author Peter Vronsky, who's arguably the world's most renowned writer about serial

    作者彼得-弗隆斯基(Peter Vronsky)可以說是世界上最著名的關於連環畫的作家。

  • killers, has said with many of the killers he's researched there are many themes that

    他說,在他研究的許多殺手中,有許多主題是他的研究對象。

  • cross over.

    跨越了。

  • He kept himself to himselfis the refrain you so often hear about serial killers.

    "他把自己留給自己 "是你經常聽到的關於連環殺手的反駁。

  • It's uncommon for a serial killer to be judged completely mad, at least in court,

    連環殺手被判定為完全瘋狂是不常見的,至少在法庭上是這樣。

  • because people do not want this person ever to see the light of day again on the outside

    因為人們不希望這個人在外面再見到陽光。

  • if they're released from a mental institution.

    如果他們從精神病院被釋放。

  • American serial killer Herbert Mullin, for instance, thought God was telling him to kill

    例如,美國連環殺手Herbert Mullin認為上帝在告訴他要殺人

  • people to prevent earthquakes from happening.

    人,以防止地震的發生。

  • With one of his victims, he cut out of her organs, and then spread her intestines around

    他對其中一名受害者進行了器官切割,然後將她的腸子散佈在周圍。

  • branches in some woods.

    在一些樹林裡的樹枝。

  • He then inspected them for signs ofpollution”, because he'd been told by the voices in

    然後,他檢查了它們是否有 "汙染 "的跡象,因為有聲音告訴他說

  • his head that she was infected by the devil.

    他認為她是被魔鬼感染了。

  • Experts now agree he was without doubt experiencing intense hallucinations because he had a bad

    現在專家們一致認為,他無疑是在經歷強烈的幻覺,因為他有一個糟糕的

  • case of paranoid schizophrenia.

    妄想型精神分裂症的案例。

  • Are there signs when this happens?

    發生這種情況時有什麼徵兆嗎?

  • That's difficult to say, but if you meet someone who keeps ranting about the end of

    這很難說,但如果你遇到一個人,他一直在喋喋不休地說要結束

  • the world and the fact forces of evil are doing things only they understand, it could

    世界和邪惡勢力所做的事情只有他們自己明白,它可以

  • be a sign, especially if that person looks lost and what he says is very frightening.

    是一個徵兆,特別是如果那個人看起來很迷茫,而且他說的話很嚇人。

  • Or they might be a Qanon.

    或者他們可能是一個陰謀論者。

  • Just recently a British man killed his neighbor after a long time suffering from paranoid

    就在最近,一名英國男子在長期遭受偏執狂的折磨後殺死了他的鄰居。

  • delusions.

    妄想。

  • He believed his neighbor was spreading the Covid virus for Russian president, Vladimir

    他認為,他的鄰居正在為俄羅斯總統弗拉基米爾傳播科維德病毒。

  • Putin, and he also thought he was under surveillance by NASA, the CIA and FBI.

    普京,而且他還認為自己被美國宇航局、中情局和聯邦調查局監視。

  • In 2019, he was detained under the British Mental Health Act, but he was released in

    2019年,他根據英國精神健康法被拘留,但他在

  • 2020.

    2020.

  • In 2021, he shot his neighbor to death and later died in a high speed police chase.

    2021年,他開槍打死了他的鄰居,後來在警方的高速追捕中死亡。

  • This is what his father said about him, “Alex was mentioning NASA, the FBI, the military,

    這是他父親對他的評價,"亞歷克斯在提到美國國家航空航天局、聯邦調查局、軍隊的時候。

  • in the end I think he thought he was some sort of secret agent.

    最後我想他以為自己是某種祕密特工。

  • He was always talking about Putin, he got really bad at one point.

    他總是在談論普京,他一度變得非常糟糕。

  • You could not speak to him without him saying something about torture and that people were

    你和他說話,他就會說一些關於酷刑的事情,說人們在

  • spying on him.”

    監視他。"

  • So, if you know anyone like this, get them some help, or at least give them a wide berth

    所以,如果你認識這樣的人,請給他們一些幫助,或者至少給他們一個寬鬆的空間。

  • for a while.

    有一陣子了。

  • Such signs are something to be concerned about.

    這種跡象是值得關注的。

  • Then there's lack of conscience, sometimes for an act someone has done but also sometimes

    然後是缺乏良知,有時是為某人所做的行為,但有時也是為了

  • when they have witnessed something terrible.

    當他們目睹了可怕的事情。

  • This could be related to psychopathy, and we say could with emphasis, so don't go

    這可能與精神病態有關,我們說可能時要強調,所以不要去

  • thinking just because your friend laughs at news reports in which people die, he could

    認為僅僅因為你的朋友嘲笑新聞報道中的人死亡,他就可以

  • soon be a killer.

    很快就會成為一個殺手。

  • It's just a trait of some killers, the fact they don't seem bothered at all by extreme

    這只是一些殺手的特徵,事實上他們似乎根本不為極端情況所困擾。

  • acts of violence.

    暴力行為。

  • The question a lot of people ask is are we all capable of murder?

    很多人問的問題是,我們是否都有能力殺人?

  • It's a very difficult question to answer.

    這是一個非常難以回答的問題。

  • You could take a person who has never committed a severe violent act, but many things came

    你可以把一個從來沒有犯過嚴重暴力行為的人,但許多事情來了

  • together at the wrong place at the wrong time.

    在錯誤的時間和錯誤的地點一起。

  • A lot of people who've killed say they don't remember doing it, as if they were temporarily

    很多殺過人的人都說他們不記得做過什麼,好像他們是暫時的

  • blinded by rage.

    被憤怒矇蔽了雙眼。

  • If you look closer, it's likely this person had been under tremendous amounts of stress.

    如果你仔細觀察,這個人很可能已經承受了巨大的壓力。

  • They might have childhood trauma issues, and possibly due to head injury, their prefrontal

    他們可能有童年創傷問題,也可能是由於頭部受傷,他們的前額

  • cortex might not be working the way other people's do.

    腦子裡的大腦皮層可能沒有像其他人那樣工作。

  • Most of you will have the ability to use that bit of the brain and push back more animal

    你們中的大多數人將有能力使用這一點的大腦,推回更多的動物

  • instincts, but some people might not be able to do that.

    本能,但有些人可能無法做到這一點。

  • There's a lot of research that says trauma in childhood might affect how the prefrontal

    有很多研究表明,兒童時期的創傷可能會影響到前額葉的功能。

  • cortex develops, and since neglect and violence can be linked to poverty in childhood, this

    由於忽視和暴力可能與兒童時期的貧困有關,這

  • might be one of the reasons why more murders happen among poorer communities.

    可能是較貧窮社區中發生更多謀殺案的原因之一。

  • An early sign of this could simply be someone you know who flies off into a rage very easily

    這方面的早期跡象可能只是你認識的某個人,他很容易發怒。

  • and seemingly cannot be brought out of it.

    而且似乎不能被帶出來。

  • We're not saying they'll be killers, but it's likely they have more chance of killing

    我們並不是說他們會成為殺手,但他們很可能有更多的機會殺死

  • than someone who seems to have solid control over their emotions.

    比起那些似乎能牢固控制自己情緒的人。

  • We have morals and reasoning and a conscience, but we also have rage circuits in our brains

    我們有道德、推理和良知,但我們的大腦中也有憤怒的電路

  • that were developed a long time ago.

    這是在很久以前開發的。

  • As many a scientist has pointed out, we are hardwired to snap.

    正如許多科學家所指出的那樣,我們是硬性規定的,要加快腳步。

  • Nonetheless, we generally don't snap and kill.

    儘管如此,我們一般不會斷然殺人。

  • It usually takes that perfect storm, or we should say imperfect storm, to blow into our

    通常需要一場完美的風暴,或者我們應該說是不完美的風暴,才能吹到我們身上。

  • lives.

    生活。

  • At times we may need to snap in order to protect ourselves and others, but unfortunately snapping

    有時我們可能需要加快腳步,以保護自己和他人,但不幸的是,加快腳步

  • for some people happens not in self-defense.

    對某些人來說,這不是自衛。

  • As one scientist put it, “The modern world presses on the defense mechanism circuitry

    正如一位科學家所說,"現代世界壓迫著防禦機制的電路

  • in ways that can lead to misfires.”

    在可能導致誤殺的情況下"。

  • Try to be good people, don't misfire.

    儘量做個好人,不要誤入歧途。

  • Now you need to watch, “FBI Interrogation Techniques You Can ACTUALLY Use.”

    現在你需要觀看,"你可以實際使用的聯邦調查局審訊技術"。

  • Or, have a look at, “How Serial Killer Profilers ACTUALLY Catch Serial Killers.”

    或者,看看 "連環殺手分析員是如何真正抓住連環殺手的"。

A woman meets a guy online and after the two exchange some sweet words they agree to meet.

一個女人在網上認識了一個男人,兩人交換了一些甜言蜜語後,他們同意見面。

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