(Received 26 December 1973; accepted 4 March 1974)
Published Online: 1974
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The murder of a child by an adult, especially a parent, is one of the most difficult crimes for the public or a physician to understand. Such murders are usually isolated events committed in the heat of passion or insanity. Rarely, however, one encounters an individual who deliberately and systematically murders children over a long period of time for no logical reason. Here is presented a case of an alleged habitual child murderer whose career apparently spanned 23 years.
Federal Public Defender for Maryland, Federal Court House, Calvert and Fayette Sts., Baltimore, Md.
Associate Medical Examiner, Dallas County, Dallas, Texas
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