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How are serial killers treated in other countries?

Most people in the U.S. would choose the death penalty or life in prison for a serial or mass murderer.

Choose two multiple murderers from other countries. How do the laws regarding multiple murder in the countries you chose differ from those in the U.S.?

Do accused murderers have rights in the other countries? What kind of rights are these? Do they have access to free legal services?

Can the offenders appeal their sentence? If so, in what cases and how many times?

Are they housed with other offenders? If not, how are they housed?

Describe how the authorities housed Andrei Chikatilo until he was executed.

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Choose two multiple murderers from other countries.
Anders Behring Breivik (Norway), Marc Dutroux (Belgium)

How do the laws regarding multiple murder in the countries you chose differ from those in the U.S.?
They differ immensely as in these two countries serial killers cannot face the death penalty.

Do accused murderers have rights in the other countries? ...

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How serial killers are treated in other countries are determined. Whether accused murderers have rights in the other countries are determined.

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