Boran Akdag
Full name Boran Akdag
Gender Male
Status Alive
Birth 1955
Nationality Flag of Tunisia.png Tunisian
Residence Tunis, Tunisia
Profession Market Worker
Affiliation(s) Market
Appearance(s) Sewn to Death

Boran Akdag (Arab: بوران اكداج) was the killer of Mariam Acar in Sewn to Death (Case #13 of the World Edition).


Boran wears a red shirt and a bead necklace, on his shirt is a small Tunisian flag etched into the collar.

In Boran's first appearance, it was noted that he has sewing skills, uses bath salts, and drinks wine.

Height 5'7"
Age 61
Weight 132 lbs
Eyes blue
Blood B+

Role in Case(s)

Sewed to Death

Boran was brought into the investigation after the team searched the market place, where it had been shown on a photo Mariam buying something from the market before her death. When the team told Boran that Mariam had died, he showed great sadness, and told them that Mariam was a good friend.

When spoken to again after a note had been found from Boran to Mariam saying that he would take her out of Tunisia for good. Boran said that Mariam wasn't a friend. And that as a politician, she was just like the rest of them. He said that Mariam only thought of herself, and never of anyone else.

Boran was later found guilty of killing Mariam. When asked why, Boran said that Mariam was known to make irrational decisions without listening to what anyone else would say. When Mariam was given the job of politician, she seemed to think that it held immense power, and one day, Mariam came over to Boran, and started yelling at him, and telling him that she was going to turn his market place into a skyscraper. Boran couldn't let that happen, and so, he stole a very expensive ornament from her, and pawned it. Mariam knew who it was within an instant, and walked over to Boran. He knew what she was going to do, and pushed her to the ground, knocking her out. He picked up a needle, and sewed a tapestry he had into her chest, and then the Tunisian flag, to show a reminder to everyone that everyone in Tunisia was equal. Boran was sentenced to 10 years in prison with a chance of 5 years of parole.


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