"We have to know the facts, not only because they are facts, but because there’s a value in knowing that we can’t stereotype evil. Terrible doings are not confined to certain types of people or people who look a certain way. As much as it’s painful, we have to look at the faces of the people who do horrific things to teach ourselves a lesson. And if we don’t know his name, his history, what he came from, why, what do we learn about stopping this from happening again"
Jen Doll, on why we need to look at the faces of killers. (via theatlantic)