[Infanticide, Child loss] Anderton also discovers that early neuroin adopters and addicts were predisposed to having mentally disabled children, many of which had precognitive abilities. In the testing of the precognitive children, most had passed away except for three who were turned over to Precrime. Anderton returns to Precrime and kidnaps Agatha, described by Hineman as the most clairvoyant Precog, shutting down the group-mind on which Precrime depends. Anderton and Agatha track Crow to a hotel room and find numerous photos of children, including Sean; Anderton accuses Crow of killing Sean, but Crow claims he was hired to plant the photos. He wants Anderton to kill him so that his family will be paid a large sum after his death. When Anderton refuses, Crow commits suicide in a similar manner to the Precog file.