Type: Journal. Classification: Safe.
Description: The Android has broken from its cell. Target seems to be moving towards the garden. Two targets? No, just one.
Hard to move.
The target has sat down near an apple tree.
[My supervisor, XX, had informed me of my lifeless journals and had suggested more specific details.]
The target can jump to such great lengths, capable of grabbing an apple by leaping from the ground. Details: 35-40 inches vertical jump. Abnormal. Senseless. Her legs shouldn't be able to support this weight. [Note #1 -Entry #1: Update needed. Details: Bodily Features-].
The target falls down and collapses after landing. Assembly is needed. As predicted. My colleague, ‘XX. XX’, has taken interest in the Android, and volunteered to take care of her repairs, while asking for permission to conduct studies. Supervisor XX agreed. [OPINION REDACTED]
Target being taken to her cell. Parts falling down and being picked up.
Déjà vu. This seems like a familiar scene, as if ...[REDACTED]... before.
Time seems to move slower. Or rather, the hallways seems to be longer than it is. As if we're on a new space, not the usual lab.
Door opened. Sparks. Not from the 'robot'. [REDACTED] taken to bed.
Cell description: Free. Able to enter and exit on own will. Synonymous to a 'room'. One window. One door. One bed. One light. One cabinet. Enough for one 'person'.
[OPINION REDACTED] [Note #2: -Entry #1: Update needed. Details: Cell Description-].
'Target has been repaired'. Day 1 Journal. End.
Refer to: XX. XX.