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    Study Of The Brain Of Mass Murderers Finds A Common Thread Of Paranoia

    A new study out of the University of British Columbia looked at the lives of mass murderers and found they had in common a strain of paranoia -- which may have encouraged a belief in an oppressive, bullying elite. An elite that could have been a product of their over-active imaginations.

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