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Thread: Anyone ever done a Y DNA study on serial Killers ?

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    Anyone ever done a Y DNA study on serial Killers ?

    Anyone ever done a Y DNA study on serial Killers ? It is very rare for anyone out side the white race to be one it is also rare for a female to be one. Although it has been seen before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by L.D.Brousse View Post
    Anyone ever done a Y DNA study on serial Killers ? It is very rare for anyone out side the white race to be one it is also rare for a female to be one. Although it has been seen before.
    Why only a Y-DNA test? There have been plenty of female serial killers. They just usually do it sneaky, instead of stalk someone and eat their face.

    Also: That's not true about whites being the only serial killers. There have been plenty of serial killers of other races. The Thugee, for instance, were an entire Indian religious cult dedicated to serial murder. There have also been numerous serial killers in Japan, China...

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