This week, we are discussing chapter 9, Violent Crime. We will also take a look at Victim Precipitation. Victim precipitation is common in many violent crimes. Victim Precipitation is defined as the extent to which a victim is responsible for his or her own victimization. This concept is rooted in the notion that, according to the author of your textbook, although some victims are NOT responsible at all for their victimization, other victims could be responsible for being victimized in certain cases. Discuss the three types of multiple murder and give examples of each. Apply the concept of victim precipitation to any crime that can take place. Do you believe that a crime in itself can be, in part, precipitated by the victim in certain cases? Explain your reasoning.