We Need to Talk About Tracey
“Inmate 415. Name, Campbell. First name, Tracey,” announced the large burly officer with a pride that might have suggested he had apprehended her himself.
The professor looked over the thick, black rim of his spectacles. “Tell me a little about her. In your own words,” he requested as he poised a pen over paper preparing to take notes.
The burly officer knew this particular prisoner well. He had studied her as part of his training.
“She’s been in the Monte Fort prison for ten years now. Several of her anatomy classmates had went missing. Her student card was found at the scene of one of the crimes. When she was apprehended she admitted to five more murders. It seems she felt she could improve her chances of getting a better grade in class if she were to take out those who above her.
The professor had been writing vigorously. He stopped for a moment and looked up.
“In your experience of speaking with her, does she show any remorse?” he directed this question at the burly officer’s partner.
The petite, blonde haired, female officer offered a quick glance at her partner before answering the professor.
“It’s difficult to tell,” she said. “Miss Campbell can be very charming. She has made no secret of what she is capable of. She said that all she ever wanted was to become a doctor. Since there is no chance of that ever happening now she has turned her attention to writing which was another passion. She is taking her frustrations out in fiction now. I’ve read some of her notes. She’s actually quite good…” The blonde officer’s words trailed off at the end when she felt the stern gaze of her partner burn on the side of her face.
“From what I have read of her it seems to be a clear case of Narcissistic Personality Disorder. I can’t confirm this until I have examined her myself.”
The officers looked at each other. They shared a similarly nervous expression.
“She is up for parole in a few days time. We were hoping you could give us your opinion as to whether or not it is safe to let her go.
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