Jeffrey Dahmer deserved the death penalty
Jeffery Dahmer can be arguably the most notorious serial killer, cannibal in history. He targeted men and boys. Dahmer‘s life of crime began with drinking and sex offending. His murders were exceptionally disgusting, often involving dismemberment, torture, cannibalism, rape, and necrophilia. He was convicted with a life sentence I prison when he should have gotten the death penalty. He wasn’t any different from any other murderer who got the death penalty.(biographychannel) The media would comment on how “normal” Dahmer appeared. Dahmer had everyone questioning how a person can develop into such a monster. By the time of his apprehension, Dahmer had had sex with, murdered, and cannibalized at least seventeen men, mostly African American, Hispanic or Asian.(Biographychannel)
Jeffrey Dahmer was born in Milwaukee on May 21, 1960, to Lionel and Joyce Dahmer. Despite the difficulties of Joyce's pregnancy, he was wanted and adored as a child. By all accounts, Dahmer displayed traits of a happy, bubbly youngster. However, several events from his childhood indicated that the young boy was becoming more and more disturbed. When Jeff was four, his father swept out the remains of some small animals from under the house. As his father gathered the tiny animal bones, Dahmer seemed strangely entertained by the sound they made.At the young age of six, Dahmer suffered a double hernia and needed surgery to correct the problem. After the operation, he was never the same socially. (biographychannel) By the start of his high school career, Dahmer grew more isolated and uncommunicative. His classmates considered him a loner and an alcoholic. At 15, Dahmer would scour the neighborhood, collecting the remains of animals for his own private cemetery. A fascination with dead creatures was evident from a young age. Also as a teen, Jeffrey’s parents ended their relationship by divorce. (biographychannel) In the fall of 1978, Dahmer entered...
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