Jamaica Gleaner, 2 December 2008
Psychologist Dr Kai Morgan testified ... that she conducted tests on Perry on three occasions this year. She said Perry told her that since 2006, he had been hearing voices. She said the condition was known as auditory hallucination.
Morgan said Perry told her that he was not having the hallucinations in 2005 or prior to that time .... the children were fatally stabbed between January 27 and 28, 2005, at their home in Killancholly. Perry gave a caution statement to the police on February 8, 2005 in which he said voices told him to kill. In the statement, he admitted entering the house through a window. He said he stabbed the children, who were sleeping.
Let your pain speak - Let your pain speak. Pain management is often necessary and grounded in kindness and mercy. Pain avoidance on the other hand will go too far. Learn to walk...
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