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Paul Millander shooting something, 1943.

Paul Millander shooting something, 1943.
Paul Millander shooting something, 1943.
Paul Millander shooting something, 1943.
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Paul Millander, born Pauline Millander, was a transgender serial killer. He is best known for being the archenemy of Gil Grissom. Born as a girl named Pauline, Paul witnessed the murder of his father, a novelty store owner, when he was ten years old. The suspects, two hotel security guards, were not convicted because Millander was unable to testify effectively in court, despite witnessing the event. He blamed himself at his ineffectiveness as a witness of his father's murder, ultimately coming to the belief that a man would have been able to save his father. Millander then underwent seks reassignment surgery and changed his name to Paul. Due to this change, his relationship with his mother grew strained. 1943. man,shooting,gun,standing,

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