Notoriety may have been what a 64-year-old Nevada man was after when methodically plotting a slaughter of concergoers. He may have intended to outdo other mass shooters. He may have hoped his name would gain a sinister immortality, writes Chicago Tribune columnist Steve Chapman. University of Alabama criminologist Adam Lankford has explained the repetition of such incidents as a product . . .
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