What’s The Difference between a Killer, a Homicide, a Murderers and an Assassin?
I'm not a lawyer but I believe the following applies
Killer- any one who takes a life could be identified so even iof it was justified by self defense, or say combat operations, though it carries a harsh tone and is often mis-connotated.
A homicide - is a human death caused by other than natural causes or acts of God.
A murder is defined as a killing with intent including out of anger or passion. as opposed to manslaughter which covers many 'accidental' deaths
An assassin - targets an individual, stalks, and kills them. Often for political reasons or monetary gain. Makes killing a business proposition
A killer- is anyone that takes life or causes death.
a homocide- is the taking of a human life by another human.
a murderers- multiple people that commit homocide.
an assassin- a professional killer that is paid to commit homocide.
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