A Docu-series all about how women become murderers either by choice, mentality, influence or upbringing. Enthralling and enticing to all interested in crime, murder and mysteries. This ... See full summary »
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Marsha Crenshaw Marsha Crenshaw ...  Self - Narrator 3 episodes, 2005
Janis Amatuzio Janis Amatuzio ...  Self - Forensic Pathologist 3 episodes, 2005
Candice DeLong ...  Self - Criminal Profiler 3 episodes, 2005
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A Docu-series all about how women become murderers either by choice, mentality, influence or upbringing. Enthralling and enticing to all interested in crime, murder and mysteries. This series has all the facts, all the point of views dire to each episode and it's story.

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I can only view this show in small doses
7 November 2019 | by XenaZonSee all my reviews

This program could have been informative without being exploitative. Yet, it's just the opposite. The acting is mostly over the top, the scripts are wooden & corny. It's more like a horror series aimed at ramping up public rage & fear rather than conveying the truth about such crimes & why they occur. The real problem with shows like this is that they leave the general public ill informed. One frequently hears the refrain that "women can be just as deadly as men," which is not entirely honest.

While women make up more than half of the population, they are only responsible for a fraction of crime, including violent crime, committed by their male counterparts. As a general rule, women kill those they "love" like family members, coworkers, and romantic interests or rivals. They commit more crimes of "betrayal" for want of a better word. Unlike men, women do not usually commit random violence/murders against people they don't know. They are almost never the public menace that males can be.

While violent crime has been dropping for decades, the public is left thinking there are predators around every corner. I think this might explain, at least partially, why the US only provides roughly 4.5 % of the world population yet incarcerates roughly 22% of the world's prisoners. Bottom line - our main industry here in the US is locking up human beings in cages.


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Investigation Discovery

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English

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8 February 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Donne mortali See more »

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Beyond Productions See more »
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