Experts track the patterns of mass killers

By Mark Roth
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Police officials are seen on Fairfield Street in the Stanton Heights area of Pittsburgh where a gunman shot three police officers on April 4, 2009. A man opened fire on officers during a domestic disturbance call, killing three of them, a police official said. (AP Photo)
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