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Old 2009-11-16, 01:46   Link #3291
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Originally Posted by ijriims View Post
9. She cared so much about family and the greater good. And she valued the family (not core family, but including all extended family) above personal desires (love, freedom, and even her children, etc).

10. The whole murder scheme was planned to test Ushiromiya family whether they could forgo their distrust, be united against Beatrice, and solving the epigraph TOGETHER so they could escape the final disaster.
The rest is at least plausible, except these two conclusions. A murderer loving enough to test a family if they love each other enough (and if they didn't, would kill them) falls plainly into "psycho murderer" territory. They'd even have to be crazier than my "crazy Jessica" theory.
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