BTK killer Dennis Rader has a take on himself … he’s both a monster and a good guy. Rader appears on a new, Dick Wolf documentary on A&E — “BTK: Confession of a Serial Killer” — in which he chats with a psychologist about his killing spree and the motivations behind it. The self-proclaimed BTK killer says he is indeed a “monster,” but also a “good person who did some bad things.” BTK, by the way, is short for bind, torture, kill. As you know, Rader, a church leader, pled guilty in 2005 to killing 10 people to satisfy his sexual fantasies …. and the spree lasted from 1974 to 1991. I will give my thoughts, perspective, and commentary on his particular case, and hopefully, there is something we can learn about the minds of violent criminals. Listener & Viewer Discretion is advised.
Source courtesy of TMZ.
Additional information about A&E documentary, Dr. Ramsland.
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