When someone takes the life of another, do they need a reason? Are human beings wired to kill? The crime docu-drama “Why Do We Kill?” aims to answer this question.
Why did three teen girls set a fellow gang member on fire while he was still alive? Was the summary execution of drug dealers by a mysterious vigilante group called Black October justified? How did a convicted sex offender get away with strangling eleven women, then burying them in his backyard in plain sight?
These simple yet provocative questions define the video drama “Why Do We Kill?”, based on the book by former Homicide Detective Kelvin Sewell and Investigative Reporter Stephen Janis that delves into the world of twisted rationales and merciless cruelty at the root of some of the most inexplicable crimes. A show that charts the descent into the madness of those who choose to kill, a fascinating and innovative look at the a very essence of murder.
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