As I keep the Official List of Mass Killings, I was excited to discover a mechanic is wanted by the FBI for the 1996 ValueJet crash. He seems to have signed off that the (chemical) oxygen generators were properly stowed when they weren’t. He seems to have fled to Darkest Peru with Paddington Bear.
110 people died.
He is charged with a bunch of crimes, but none of them are anything like homicide.
Does this deserve to be included on the 1996 list?
Paul, you may want to check out this article from Science News: Why science still can’t pinpoint a mass shooter in the making (warning, it may require a log in) It seems there’s another person named Grant Duwe (criminologist at the Minnesota Department of Corrections) compiling a list of mass killings. Perhaps you could compare notes.
I wish I could understand just what it is that you get out of this list, OP. It seems too morbid to comprehend, but if you find some kind of satisfaction in it, by all means continue. I really try not to dwell on this stuff too much.