After six weeks of no activity, a serial rapist in Dayton, Ohio has reemerged with a new victimology. Whereas his previous victims were young women attending Holy Trinity University of Ohio - a bible college - his newer victims have been thirtysomething women. What has remained consistent is that the rapist knows very personal details of each victim and that he leaves a voice mail for the victim prior to the attack, which occurs at the victim's home where the unsub lies in wait. This latter aspect may hit a little too close to home for Greenaway, whose recent almost fatal shooting was similar. As rapes are generally under reported, the authorities believe there may be more victims. When they track a previous unreported rape victim down, she who the BAU believe was the final bible college victim, they find the stressor that made the unsub change his victimology and a common link to all the women. Not any closer to finding the actual identity of the unsub, the BAU feel they need to ... Written by
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When the BAU team is discussing the victim that committed suicide, we see her college ID as well as a Sexual Assault Victim Statement tacked on the evidence board. The Victim Statement shouldn't exist since her attack was unreported to the police, prior to her suicide. See more
Helen Keller once said "Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of overcoming it."
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