The Student Terrorist from Buntalan
SUPERVISED by two teachers, two prosecution officials and two prison officers, he was doing his 40-question final exam. Now and again, Aria (not his real name) frowned. What does this hatching mean? he asked, pointing at his exam paper. A teacher explained it and then he quickly continued. In less than two hours, Aria finished the exam.
In his school uniform of white shirt and gray pants,…
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