Dr. Timothy Jorden --
-- killed his girlfriend Jacqueline Wisniewski and then committed suicide in Buffalo in 2012. Jorden had been a very accomplished man, too: before he became a trauma surgeon he'd been in the Special Forces.
At the time, one of the things that struck me was his sagittal crest. As explained in the previous post, sagittal crests evolved to allow easier anchor for the jaw muscles, resulting in a more powerful bite. Sure enough, both Jorden and Shannon Miles, the fellow in the previous post, have wide jaws -- indicative of strong jaw muscles.
Both men were physically powerful as well, though I'm not sure those two things are related. Jorden stood 6' 2" and weighed 250 pounds. And here is the surveillance photo of Miles taken around the time he shot that sheriff's deputy two days ago:
Miles looks as if he could have been a good football player had he been so inclined.
Here is a picture of Markale Deandra Hart, a murderer who was featured on this blog this past December:
He, too, has wide jaws -- and an evidently powerful build -- to go along with his sagittal crest.
Michael Clarke Duncan, the actor, was evidently a nice guy. But he has the powerful jaw muscles to accompany his crest, and he, too, had an extremely powerful build:
Four guys aren't much of a sample. And if you Google-image "human sagittal crests," all you get are photos of ancient skulls. But, I'm going to keep an eye peeled for further evidence of correlation.