When multiple wives suddenly die in mysterious accidents it is often not until the second death occurs that police begin digging a bit deeper.
Category - Family Homicide
The Canadian case of Jennifer Pan in 2010 features some unique characteristics within the dark world of parricide; when a child kills their own parents.
Neonaticide, the killing of a child within its first 24 hours of life, is widely believed a female-only crime and one a woman is judged very harshly for.
Familicide is characterised by multiple victims of homicide within the same family and where the perpetrator is also a member of that family.
Within siblicide, as with any homicide, there is always the question of motive. Why would anyone kill their own sibling?
Parricide is a rare act of homicide however, it is an act which causes horror when the lives of parents are taken, often brutally, by their own offspring.
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