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Subj: About Well's comments to Cisco regardng Nora
Posted: Mon May 04, 2015 at 06:08:45 pm BST (Viewed 8 times)
Okay so for those that are up to speed (pun intended) on recent episodes of the Flash,
Let us look back for a moment to Wells/Thawne's response to Cisco's inquiry about Nora Allen's death
"It was never my intention to kill Nora, but from my perspective she was already dead. It just happened sooner then it was supposed to."
Joe tells Barry that was NOT an admission of guilt......
Say what? Granted he didn't say the magic words "I killed Nora Allen", but he states he didn't intend to kill Nora and that to him she has been dead for years and that her death happened sooner.\
uhm, while I have some knowledge of the legal system, I am not a lawyer. However wouldn't his statement about it not being his intention to kill Nora be enough to at least cause reasonable doubt? That plus the blood found in the house, one of which is Barry the other is the Reverse Flash, be enough to cause reasonable doubt and get the legal system to reexamine the case against Henry Allen?
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