• It can be for any reason at all.
  • the people are murdering killers ..its usually caused by hate or plain control or jealousy or pay back ..not all murderers are mental ,most are just evil
  • Personal conflicts.
  • You are cringe, where is Fireball?
  • Self preservation. Anybody who kills only do it for themselves.
  • It's a proven fact, if you get too many rats in one cage, they'll kill each other.
  • Most murders happen in the heat of the moment. They are not planned. Anger or fear are the main reasons for them. By the way, I hope you behave yourself rather better here than you did in Yahoo Answers.
  • #1 Reason - they want the other person/people to die . . . . Yet another mind-bending puzzle solved by Captain Obvious [rousing music plays]
  • False accusation and spreading false rumours about people is a sure-fire way to get murdered in my city.
  • They feel entitled to. If it's people that are the problem, why give them free access to the most lethal means of killing that we have? Wouldn't it make more sense to keep guns out of the hands of those who want to kill and make it harder for them to commit murder?
  • Robbery, jealousy and vengeance are the leading causes.
  • It depends on the type of killer. There are psychopathic killers and serial killers. Psychopathic killers have serious mental problems acting in violent ways while serial killers stab the box of Rice Krispies (play on with words - cereal killer) but on a serious note, serial killers kill because they may feel anger, possibly kill for financial gain and they may kill for thrill seeking. Misogyny and fulfilling thrill-seeking desires drives psychopathic killers to kill. This world is messed up as it is and corrupt since there are bad people in the world.
  • No one with a political agenda likes this, but, the truth is that there is no one answer. There are many cases where someone was shot and killed, and, had there been no such thing as a gun, they would have been strangled or stabbed instead. Conversely, there are also many cases where someone who was murdered would not have been murdered if the killer did not have access to a gun. There are also some cases where someone was likely killed out of a ripple effect from gun violence. There is no one-size-fits-most solution to what we almost all agree is a problem, and whether that means we should or should not have more gun control is not a simple answer, either. The entire problem is far more nuanced than any politician or political mouthpiece will ever admit.

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