Murder is considered sexual if the body is found naked or with genitals exposed, if there is evidence of sexual assault (oral, substitution, anal etc.), or if the body is mutilated (which shows sexual substitution or sadistic fantasy) (Spehr, A., Hill, A., Habermann, N., Briken, P. and Berner, W. (2010). Sexual Sadism is also indicated by mutilation of genitals (ante mortem) (Marshall, W. and Kennedy, P. (2003). Over 67% of child murders will involve mutilation and excessive violence (Spehr, A. et. al (2010). Over 69% of child murderers have a motive fused with anger and sexuality (Beauregard, E., Stone, M., Proulx, J. and Michaud, P. (2007).