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Who did it The Night Stalker In the movie Manhunt Search for the Night Stalker the articles in Time magazine and the Los Angles Times newspaper the story of the Night Stalker Richard Ramirez They tell the grim story of what Ramirez did and how the police caught him Also the articles give us a look into the eye of a serial killer and what are the reasons for a person to become a serial killer like Ramirez To truly understand Ramirez we must first understand what makes him a serial killer First off is how he kills he had killed more then three people and second of all he killed his victims with a pause between them not all at once which would make him a spree killer Also he would be considered as a disorganized serial killer even though he kept a calendar of what he was going top do which is an organized trait he mostly worked in the disorganized fashion He was very ugly having bad hygiene and looked very raggedy he also had an awful style of living and did not have his own car Another thing that made him disorganized was he would take victims that would be a threat to him To even further understand Ramirez would be to understand his modus operandi and his signature His modus operandi or MO is as follows one he used the same kind of car always a red Pontiac Grand Prix two he came in through unlocked doors or windows three he used a 22 caliber gun to kill the victims Now his signature is what he does to satisfy his needs in Ramirezs case it was his drawing of anarchic symbols in the houses of his victims To catch Ramirez would be harder to do then it was thought it was going to be Sgt Frank Salerno and Det Gil Coreo were determined to do so Salerno and
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