His face is pasty and pale, a sharp contrast to his greasy coal-black hair. His dark eyes are sunken under a low forehead and thick eyebrows; he frequently jabs, mashes and grinds his eyes with the balls of his thumbs. When he speaks, he rarely makes eye contact. Even while sitting on the couch in his mother's living room — and even after 15 months of freedom — Aaron George still looks like he is in prison. And in a way, as a bipolar schizophrenic, he is: still in the prison... More >>>