A file about the 2003 Murder Case.
In order to protect the privacy of the individuals and victims, in the following article, all names have been altered except the murderer.
The details of the story have been adapted to make it smoother, but I will try to tell thing.
"Mr. Helen Otis?" I called out to the boy who sat in front of me, but he didn’t reply.
He was wearing a light blue patient robe, His dark green circles under his eyes, his messy jet black hair, and his skin, pale as paper. His gaze straight at me, like how a predator stares at its prey.
I’m a psychiatrist, my job is to interview patients. He’s been here for some time now, but I’ve never seen him communicate with other patients. He always stayed in the corner of the room. Needless to say, he was an eccentric child.
This is a judicial psychiatric hospital. The only difference between this is the way we treat patients with a criminal record, to prevent the p