Media Courtesy of The Huffington Post
In Nagasaki, Japan, a 16-year-old student (who has not been named, due to being a juvenile offender) has been arrested by police in connection to the murder of her classmate, 15-year-old Aiwa Matsuo. Mastsuo's parents alerted the police to their daughter's disappearance when she did not return home from visiting friends on Saturday.
Aiwa's body was found in the murder suspect's apartment, Police investigated the student's apartment after four posts detailing murder were posted to Japan's 2Channel forum board online.
A couple of quotes from the posts allegedly made by the student are as follows:
Preceded by the headline reading, "I have ended up killing", a post said: "Oh no, blood keeps pouring out even though I have wiped it away many times."
"I've tried to warm (the body) as it got cold, but it doesn't warm up. . . . Everyone, (do you want to know) what color the brain is?"
"I'll take good care of the brain and the spinal cord, putting them in a solution."
Seven photos were also posted by the same user, showing a blood-drenched hand (presumably belonging to the poster) holding an equally-bloody cloth.
All the messages were posted between 10:08 pm and 10:30 pm Saturday. Matsuo's body was found hours later in the Sasebo apartment of the suspect's.
According to the Bangkok Post, the student is said to have "a history of behavioural problems" and "tampered with" the meals of other students in the past. Police also have said that she has dissected small animals as well. The student is said to have been living alone in preparation for a program she would study abroad.
Dissection small animals, lack of empathy, seemingly amoral -- these all seem like textbook characteristics of a psychopath. Do you think she is incapable of recognizing why her actions are wrong? Or did she simply do it for attention, as her posting the wicked deed online seems to suggest?
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