Kuto’s life no. 562

Kuto was born into a life of disdain. He was born in Israel, the son of a black man and a white woman. His father was killed by Israeli soldiers when he was just a child, and his mother died shortly afterwards from an illness. Kuto was left to fend for himself on the streets of Tel Aviv. He soon learned how to pick pockets and beg for money in order to survive.

As Kuto grew older, he became more bitter and resentful towards those who had what he did not: a family, a home, food on the table every night. He began to hate people who were happy and content with their lives while he continued to struggle just to stay alive.

One day, Kuto saw a man walking down the street wearing a black bucket hat that reminded him of his father's own hat that had been taken away from him by the soldiers all those years ago. In an act of defiance, Kuto decided to steal the hat off the man's head. The man chased after him but Kuto managed to escape; however, in his haste, he dropped one of his square black eyeglasses - which fell into the hands of the Israeli police officer who had been following him since birth...
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