Yes, and you maintained that the perpetration of a crime is always accompanied by illness.
It was his conviction that this eclipse of reason and failure of will power attacked a man like a disease, developed gradually and reached its highest point just before the perpetration of the crime, continued with equal violence at the moment of the crime and for longer or shorter time after, according to the individual case, and then passed off like any other disease.
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The perpetrator has not been captured or identified.
It’s been a year since the crime and the perpetrator has still not been caught.