Death Sentence: Evelyn's Disappearance

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On the other hand, I'm thoroughly convinced that Evelyn had more to do with the murder than knowing about it. When she was first trialed, there was enough evidence against Evelyn to make the judge find her guilty. So much that she was almost given the death sentence, and if Evelyn didn't hire the more talented lawyer, she would be confirmed dead as of January 7th, 1947. Secondly, Evelyn seemed to know about John's disappearance according to her mom, Alexandra. Apparently, Evelyn had been missing for a "prolonged period" on the day John went missing and when asked about him Evelyn said that he wouldn't be coming around anymore. Furthermore, if she can murder her innocent newborn, she has the capability of killing her husband as well. Lastly,
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