“We are outraged that so many venues for entertainment and information in the digital age continue to promote unflattering stereotypes of our members. Not all serial killers are loners, or addicted to pornography. Not all serial killers suffered traumatic abuse as children, or committed acts of animal cruelty. Most of us are just like the rest of you. The only difference between the average Joe and the average NASK member is the NASK member performs the vicious, homicidal act the average Joe fantasizes about.”
The statement threatened a boycott of the three television networks should unfair treatment of serial killers continue. The association was particularly incensed over an episode of the CBS drama “Criminal Minds” airing this Thursday night. “Once again, the Behavioral Intelligence Unit is on the trail of a serial killer, and once again, they’re able to apprehend him in just under forty-eight minutes. This is an outrage. If it were that easy to catch a serial killer, our association wouldn’t have any members!” A representative for CBS said the network would have no comment.