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Saturday, November 05, 2005

Haru Koizumi | Girl suspected of poisoning mother won't discuss family

A 16-year-old girl arrested on suspicion of attempting to poison her mother to death with thallium avoids talking about her family during police questioning, but speaks a lot about her interests, such as dissecting animals, a police source said Saturday.
According to the source, the first-year high school student of Izunokuni, Shizuoka Prefecture, is interested in small animals and said she dissected a snake when she was at middle school.
She added she liked to preserve dissected animals in formalin, and the police have found chemicals and preserved small animals in her room.
The student told police that a teacher once stopped her from dissecting a rabbit, saying she should not do so because it was a pet.
Investigators of Mishima Police Station and the Shizuoka prefectural police are seeking to learn the motive and background behind the murder attempt by asking the girl about her life when a primary and middle school student.
The source said the girl talked a lot about figures and mathematical formulas and liked to play games with police officers involving guessing chemical symbols. But when asked about some subjects, particularly about her family, she has refused to talk, saying, "Let's leave that for now."
According to the police, although the girl seemed emotionally unstable shortly after her arrest, she has calmed down and responds to questioning.
Investigators found that the girl had taken sleeping pills before she was arrested, and had been taken to hospital.
According to the police, members of the girl's family became suspicious about the health of the girl's 47-year-old mother after she was hospitalized. On Oct. 20, the hospital reported the matter to the police and the following day, the girl was found weakened in her room and was taken to hospital.


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