Twin Peaks Usenet Archive


Subject: Re: Opportunity and Motive (Analysis)
From: bhanafee@ADS.COM (Brian Hanafee)
Date: 1990-10-09, 20:01
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

In article <16640@thorin.cs.unc.edu> hill@threonine.cs.unc.edu (Curtis Hill) writes:
> >
> >
> >Well, I sat down the other night and thought this thing out a bit.
> >I looked for motive and opportunity.  What I got was this:
> >
> >1)  The murderer had to have freedom to roam
> >
> >2)  The murderer had to have a boat
> >
> >3)  The murderer had to want to kill Laura
> >
> >4)  The murderer had to be "badder" than Leo
> >
> >5)  The murderer knew Josie
> >
[Stuff about how this all points to Ben deleted]
> >
> >Curtis Hill
> >hill@cs.unc.edu

These factors could also point to Harry Truman:

1.  The sheriff certainly has freedom to roam.

2.  It would be reasonable for either Harry or
the Sheriffs Dept. to have a boat.

3.  I don't know what his motive is.  Several others have
already advanced theories on this point.

4.  He could make Leo go away.

5.  He knows Josie.


Brian


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