In the present, murders are solved not by investigations, but by memories. Using the removed brain of a victim, the members of Forensic Investigation Office Section Nine examine the person's last thoughts to determine a suspect and motive in the case. Many oppose the violation of their loved ones' private and personal memories; but what they don't understand is that behind the scenes, even the investigators themselves are often conflicted with their deeds. Aoki Ikko is one such man who struggles to overcome his own mental doubts about his profession, while trying his best to take down those responsible for the crimes.
Story: There is a serious problem. It’s called tedious mediocrity. This isn’t even a good who done it. When reading the description, I thought oh, this is going to be interesting! Maybe I expected more surrealism, more mystery, or…something. My first question was: If we can use this magical MRI to ‘see’ a person’s memory, why can’t we hear anything? That... read more
Intro...The development of MRI (Memory Resonance Imaging) has led to a whole new method of investigating crimes. Section 9 uses the brains of the deceased victims to find out exactly who or what caused the deaths of the person.Story: 6.2I must admit that I was intrigued by the idea of looking into peoples brains once they've died. The concept, while incredibly unrealistic, does create a solid... read more