She has claimed lives, lurking in the shadows, striking when least expected, targeting the vulnerable, the weak, the unprepared.
Helpless before her ferocious onslaught, they are swiftly and savagely despatched, their torn remains a pitiful sight.
Neighbourhoods live in fear. Armed response is called in.
Justice demands an eye for an eye, even as the soft-hearted plead for her life, emphasising that this is out of character, that we should not kill, even to protect ourselves.
But enough about Joanna Dennehy. What about this tigress in India, eh?