He was definitely dead. His blood was still pooling under him and the body was still warm; he had died recently. The lights from the police sirens were reflecting off the corpses eyes, replacing the light that had gone out only a little while ago.
“I never expected… this.” William shivered. He was just recently assigned as my assistant at the precinct. Up until now, he’s only helped me with paperwork. This was his first body. You never forget your first body.
“You can look away if you need to. This is my case, not yours.” I stepped to the side to shield his view a little bit. He was only 19. I didn’t want him to be scarred for life. I looked at the body, bloody and stabbed in the slush from leftover snow from last night. The puffs from our breath made the air foggy.
“I want to bring in our top detectives, after they’re done get this body to the lab. I want a more in depth autopsy. Tell them the wound on the head was most