Shosuke Tanihara, Tetsuji Tamayama, Atsuro Watabe, Tae Kimura, Toru Nomaguchi, Satomi Tezuka, Itsuji Itao
Season Two of this social suspense drama presents three different incidents: an abduction, a disappearance, and a murder. Mamoru Kaburagi (Shosuke Tanihara) is moved aside from the Metropolitan Police Department. One day, Kabugari performs an on-site-inspection after the remains of a young boy thought to have fallen from a building are discovered. Before long, the case is ruled as an accidental death. However, Metropolitan Police's Keigo Tamaki (Atsuro Watabe) has his doubts. Tamaki then calls in Takashi Muto (Tetsuji Tamayama) and shows him some files --the records of four deadly accidents within a year, all of which victims had a history of murder. The boy that fell from the building was no different. This is the fifth case where a minor with a history of murder has died in the past year; all cases are recorded as accidental deaths. Feeling there is something more to this series of incidents, Tamaki asks Muto to help him investigate. Muto's secret investigation finally leads him to Hirofumi Makita (Itsuji Itao), the leader of a group for families of victims of juvenile crime called "Thinking of Juvenile Crime", and group member Kyoko Yabuki (Tae Kimura). Makita and Yabuki have both lost significant people murdered by minors, and now the murderers are dead. Meanwhile, Tamaki becomes wrapped up in even more doubts. He begins to draw lines between these accidental deaths and Kaburagi.