I asked Greenberg if there had ever been a Dr. Phil show devoted solely to a perpetrator of a crime.
Kilcoyne said the department has to show that the perpetrator is an “ongoing threat to the public.”
Pickton is the perpetrator of one of the most gruesome killing sprees ever to grip North America.
The perpetrator saw fit to post a photograph of a hapless dog trying to eat a bowl of food painted on a street sign.
One user noted that the perpetrator could actually be on Reddit himself, trying to throw people off his own scent.
Remember, the perpetrator of all these crimes is said to be "a man after God's own heart."
She had no doubt who was the perpetrator of this wickedness; but how was she to follow?
The perpetrator of this petty knavery was educated at West Point, and claimed to be a Virginia gentleman.
But as to the perpetrator, if there where no proofs there were yet fewer doubts.
Page 67, changed "decended" to "descended" and "prepetrator" to "perpetrator."
literally "the one who did it" (in English usually an evil act), 1560s, from Late Latin perpetrator, agent noun of perpetrare "to perform, to accomplish" (see perpetrate). Fem. forms are perpetratress (1811, of Nero's poisoner Locusta); perpetratrix (1862, in reference to Charlotte Corday).