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Are Gore Websites a Danger to Society? CSFS Dean Eric Hickey Comments

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Published 06/01/2012
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Following an extremely gruesome video of an alleged murder out of Montreal, Canada going viral, questions have arisen over the value, if any, of websites that provide gory content. A representative of the website Best Gore, where the video originated, claim that they are simply sharing truth and "showing the true nature of human beings," others, such as Alliant's own Dr. Eric Hickey, dean of the California School of Forensic Studies, disagrees. Dr. Hickey believes these kind of sites can act as a gateway for the bizarre to turn criminal.

Read the full article from Global News.

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