School shooter TJ Lane’s prison records have been revealed today on September 15.
Lane has had many offenses against him, from not listening to a teacher, playing Pokémon cards, and writing the word ‘Killer’ on a notebook in class.
"Mr. Lane cannot come to terms with having the job classification of student. He sits in class and refuses to do anything, including reading. He sits and complains that education makes him ill, that he gets migraines because of it.
He cannot read as it hurts his neck. He cannot utilize the computer, as it makes his migraine worse. The only thing he has done is bother the fellow students at his table with his complaints about our making him attend school.” said a teacher of Lane’s.
The teacher also added, “He also does not wear deodorant to the point no one wants to sit next to him. I keep giving him options of puzzles, math games, reading, computers, etc., and he refuses. I had allowed him to draw in class, but now he even refuses to do that.
The previous drawings were of himself with ‘killer’ on them and then drawings of kitty cats over his math assignment. I gave him several warnings in class about some participation. He remains stubborn with his refusals.”
Lane later on gave a urine sample for a hospital only for traces of marijuana show up. Lane was given solidarity confinement as punishment.  
Another incident happened when Lane was found by a guard urinating on a wall. All Lane had to say about the incident was, “The officers didn’t come to let us back in to use the restroom, and I had to go bad.”

"I hated all my life. I hated everybody. When I first grew up and can remember, I was dressed as a girl by mother. And I stayed that way for two or three years. And after that was treated like what I call the dog of the family. I was beaten. I was made to do things that no human bein’ would want to do."
—-Henry Lee Lucas, serial killer.

Myths of serial Murder.
The result of such an array of cases of serial murder as well as media focus has given rise to several general myths surrounding the phenomenon. With every myth, just as in every stereotype, there is a measure of truth.

"I was literally singing to myself on my way home, after the killing. The tension, the desire to kill a woman had built up in such explosive proportions that when I finally pulled the trigger, all the pressures, all the tensions, all the hatred, had just vanished, dissipated, but only for a short time." - Dave Berkowitz, Son of Sam

911 Dispatcher: Parker County 911, where is your emergency?
Jake Evans: Uh, my house.
911 Dispatcher: What’s the emergency?
Jake Evans: I just killed my mom and my sister.