Very interesting and I suspect some of us here might have some insights. It's about a 14 year old kid who may or may not have committed at least one murder (don't want to give away the story if you plan to read it because it has several twists and turns). It brings to mind issues like "Why would a kid do something like that? (This kid was bullied) "Can you blame actions on disorders?" (This kid is eventually diagnosed with narcissistic personality disorder and reactive attachment disorder) Is it genetic? (Discussion of something they dramatically call the Murder Gene) How do parents respond when their kid is accused of something awful? I thought of that when my own kids were younger. Thank God I did not have to deal with it but probably our basic instinct, in the light of any irrefutable evidence is to think, "My kid would never do that." This kid's parents are a DA and a teacher..people who tried to be (and were) "good" parents. It raises a lot of interesting questions and I think some of you might be interested.