|Nah, not at all...Patrick clearly put Panzer on the RJ chopping block...which will tie into the new chief of the dept's concern that he's got a psychopath working for him in Jain Seems to be the storyline they will pursue...but, again, felt a little too contrived...Patrick has always enjoyed the role he's played in solving murders, not necessarily in murdering them...even by proxy I don't know, I don't like this angle tbh|
I'm just curious though and I was debating this with my friend earlier. Wouldn't there be any legal implications for Jane at this point? Because the argument in the beginning of the season was that he was released because the person he had killed was RJ...the person that murdered his family. At first I had already thought this was a little far fetched because bottom line is he still killed someone but maybe RJ was on the most wanted list or something and was wanted dead or alive.
Regardless he was found not guilty because of this...so with this new crime wouldn't the police know for sure that the person Jane killed was not RJ and attempt to retry the case?...just a little confused here.