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Alfred's Therapy Session - Closed RP

Alfred walked timidly into the room. He had been told he could just walk in, but he was still nervous. He already had a therapist, but he had been wanting for a while to test out some others. After all, he felt like he hadn’t been making much progress with his condition.

“U-um, hello,” he said, smiled lightly, “I’m Alfred.” Alfred reached out to shake the other’s hand in greeting.

Alice's Therapy session

Alice sighed finally having transferred herself from her wheelchair over to the couch. She finally decided that she needed a therapist. If Thurn could say one that she was depressed and that it was unbecoming of her she needed some evaluation. Apparently James had used him so he must be somewhat decent.

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  • 331 wounds inflicted with six different weapons: Yoga store worker found guilty of bludgeoning colleague to death
  • Jury convicts Brittany Norwood of first-degree murder in one hour
  • 29-year-old used at least six weapons to kill Jayna Murray in Maryland shop
  • Victim had at least 331 wounds and was alive for the duration of the attack
  • Murderer had allegedly been caught stealing pants from the store

Brittany Norwood, 29, used at least half a dozen weapons from inside the store to kill Jayna Murray, 30, in a ‘prolonged and brutal attack’ on March 11.

These included a hammer, wrench, knife and peg used to hold up a mannequin.

Norwood attacked Miss Murray inside the Lululemon Athletica shop in Bethesda, Maryland - a Washington, DC suburb - and then staged a robbery.

She used numerous weapons to kill her, then lied and told police that they had been attacked by masked men.

Her defence lawyer conceded that Norwood killed Miss Murray, but said it happened during a fight and wasn’t premeditated.

Murray allegedly found a pair of pants in Norwood’s purse at the end of the work day, when they did mutual bag checks, as per store policy.

Norwood initially said she’d bought them from another employee, but Murray called the other employee, they denied it, and Murray confront Norwood for stealing.


James' childhood therapy session!

James slowly stepped into the room, his arms crossed around his torso and eyes scanning the room. He self consciously smelt his clothes, then pulled himself up onto a seat and sighed a bit, eyes downward. He had never been in this sort of situation before, but the police had taken him and brought him here for a session to see what was going on with him exactly.

He supposed he had to do it or he’d get in trouble.