murderer


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murderer

noun annihilator, assassin, assassinator, butcher, contract killer, criminal, destroyer, eradicator, exterminator, gunman, hired gun, hired killer, hit man, killer, liquidator, slaughterer, slayer, sniper
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The police said that the alleged murderer was co-worker of the victim journalist and he shot him dead over a minor issue.
The alleged murderer has confessed his crime, the police added.
A day after presenting evidence to the Supreme Court in January, Dr Shahid Masood backtracked from his statement alleging Zainab's murderer owned 37 bank accounts, hinting at a child pornography scandal, saying that things are often misreported.
Zainab 's mother appealed to the government and Supreme Court of Pakistan to amend the law for the execution of Zainab 's murderer at the exact same spot where he had taken her daughter.
Since satisfaction is unobtainable lawfully and realistically, the mass murderer is reduced to violent fantasy and pseudo-power.
The family claimed that the murderer of their son is a great threat to their entire family, including his uncle, who he wanted to kill.
Reynaldo Umali believed a thief would more likely reform than a murderer, Lacson disagreed.
The murderer sits in there, but [they claim] it is the president who is a murderer," Soylu said in an apparent reference to the HDP leader who was attending the congress.
Rather than rationally pursue his own selfish, life-promoting values and judge himself independently by how consistently he did so, the murderer lived by and for the opinions of others, especially the opinions of women who (unsurprisingly) took no romantic interest in him.
He went on the run from HMP Ford in West Sussex last June while on day release The other murderer at large, 53-year-old David Richards, absconded in 2005.
These include the murderer-as-artist, the murderer as superman, and the murderer as beast.
For a released murderer to repeat his or her crime is an appalling, heinous abomination.