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|“||I wanna know why they can't catch one psycho crazy killer. What's up with that?||”|
— Aaron voices his concerns about the police's work on the Jigsaw case[src]
The Full Disclosure Report
Aaron was a young man and a resident in the city where the murders committed by the serial killer John Kramer, better known as the Jigsaw Killer, occurred. At one point, Aaron was interviewed for the "Full Disclosure Report," a documentary focusing on Jigsaw's earliest crimes. On that occasion, he voiced his concerns about the Metropolitan Police Department's work, as they neither managed to catch the killer nor find any useful evidence. Instead, according to Aaron, they harassed the people in town and tried to cover up their failings to make themselves look better in public. (Full Disclosure Report)
Aaron had a strong aversion for both the Jigsaw Killer's actions and the police forces' supposed incompetence. During his interview, he openly talked about his concerns, stating that he didn't trust the police department when it came to protecting the public from criminals like Jigsaw.
- Aaron is most likely not his real name. It can be assumed that it was changed by the producers of the "Full Disclosure Report," probably due to the protection of his privacy.
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