Post by icecreamfreak on Aug 7, 2012 23:21:01 GMT -5
Ash "Oh." he said. "I see. The why do people bail the wrong-doers out when clearly they did wrong?" Kratos Kratos stood silent as he received a text from his co-worker, Matilda. He sighed at the amount of hearts she put in her message, it was embarrassing for him to even read. He started to reply to her, removing his red bangs from his face.
"Are we there yet? I'm getting claustrophobic and I'm starting to have trouble breathing," said Sivain. It was true, the spirit couldn't be confined in a small space surrounded by people for too long. And there were no windows, which was making it unbearable. Cars were fine since the windows opened.
"Sometimes people make mistakes. Like a woman I know named Sivain," said Kione. "She was bailed out of jail for murder."
Post by icecreamfreak on Aug 7, 2012 23:31:41 GMT -5
Ash "But she killed!" Ash said. "She's still a wrong-doer..." Kratos Kratos started to head for the waiting room immediately as he called up his partner. He hated how busy he was, even on a day "off". He did work for Yogan Price, so it was to be expected.
Post by icecreamfreak on Aug 8, 2012 7:43:19 GMT -5
Kratos Kratos glared at the other male, but he continued to pace around, waiting for a answer on the phone, his partner. After speaking in Spanish quickly he hung up, again. He rubbed his eyes, he was definitely tired. Ash "Did she still kill?" he asked.
Last Edit: Aug 8, 2012 7:45:04 GMT -5 by icecreamfreak
Post by icecreamfreak on Aug 8, 2012 17:27:37 GMT -5
Kratos Kratos looked at the newcomer, but he didn't say anything for a while. He leaned against a wall, waiting. Ash "I may not know what reason she did it for, or why, but I will say this. You said that jail is to put murderers in place, right? I remember that. Why would you bail a murderer, for whatever reason?" Ash sighed, "Forgive me if I offend anyone or talk smack about anyone, but she should still be serving her penalty. I know that anger is what drives us to kill or think about killing, but is it necessary to kill more than needed, like most murderers? What about the innocents lost?"
"I don't know about everyone else. I usually don't pay attention. Sivain's case was out of hurt though. When her daughter died, her husband blamed her and left her to go sleep with a slut. Sivain was heartbroken and drunk herself to a pure state of numbness. While in that state, she wanted to show him how much her hurt her, but she lost control and instead of injuring people, she killed them," said Kione. "I'm not saying it's the right thing to do in the beginning, but it's what she did."
"What the heck happened to her?" asked Geena to the nurse. The nurse didn't answer. Geena waited and when she was tired of that, she started to head to go and see Sivain.