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that there are two PIDs- one for -bash and the other for "vi filename".
So, "killall -u user_zero" would only terminate the editor and log off the user. We need to kill the PID of "-bash" also.
Where effective user was able to deploy multiple threads there shall be many processes bearing children and possible grandchildren. This means you are not engaged against a family alone but killing you have to kill the entire clan.
To control the system is the work of the admin. Looking ONLY for a single magical command is like a lazy man waiting for a miracle to happen. And I can only give you one miracle to eradicate all processes in one command: 'Ctl+Alt+Del' !