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Typical mass shooters are in their 20s and 30s – suspects in California's latest killings are far from that average

By Jillian Peterson, Professor of Criminal Justice, Hamline University
James Densley, Professor of Criminal Justice, Metropolitan State University
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Mass shooters over the age of 60 are rare, but often differ from younger gunmen in motives and actions prior to their attack.The Conversation

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