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La Donna Beaty clearly States in her argument What Makes a Serial Killer her opinion and different theories on what causes a human being to become a serial killer Beaty states that there are many serial killers and victims of them but she is unsure about what causes a person to become a serial killer She asked many questions but there was no definite answer She uses examples of serial killers including Jeffery Dahmer and Ted Bundy but only to draw up more questions She wrote many expert opinions too using them to her advantage in proving her argument Beaty gives a statement from a respected author and expert on serial killers named Ann Rule Rule states that 3500 to 5000 people become victims of serial killers Rule also states that 350 serial killers are at large in our society Beaty also presents an early theory that was completely incorrect This theory was about how to identify a serial killer by looks Beaty then gave her expertise She stated that a serial killer could look like or be anything they choose to become They are most likely to be males and 92 percents are white Beaty also uses another popular theory that simply suggests that a violent society was the cause of many people becoming serial killers Another theory Beaty used was that a mass murderer can come from being in a violent atmosphere She also expresses a recent study that strongly suggests that killers are genetic This theory is not completely proven in the passage Alcohol is also mentioned in the passage as a common trait among serial killers When closing Beaty explains that her topic cannot be explained accurately She believed that doctors should be able to control the chemical balance in the human brain She also stated that we should protect out kids We should listen to their cries for help Beaty ends her argument with a
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