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‘Crazy, Not Insane’ doc targets origins of cold-blooded serial killers – New York Post

“It’s kind of a cocktail for violence,” one expert said of common characteristics found in serial murderers.

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To Dr. Dorothy Otnow Lewis, there’s no such thing as evil.
As a psychiatrist and one of the leading experts on serial killers, she believes people are “absolutely not” born to be violent.
“Evil is not a scientific term. Its a religious term,” she says in the HBO documentary about her work called “Crazy, Not Insane,” directed by Alex Gibney, which premieres Wednesday at 9 p.m.
Based in New Haven, Conn., the 83-year-old has spent her life uncovering what makes a person become a killer. She’s interviewed…

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