The police have detained the wrong person, according to Emmerdale viewers, who don’t think Cain Dingle killed Al Chapman.
ITV soap opera viewers this week witnessed the deadly conclusion to the long-running rivalry between Cain (Jeff Hordley) and Al (Michael Wildman). Viewers saw Al’s lifeless body lying on the ground after a gunshot was fired during a fight in the barn. Viewers are confident that Cain is innocent and that the real murderer has left the Dales, though.
Fans of Emmerdale watched on Monday night as Cain, after discovering the burner phone his sister Chas (Lucy Pargeter) had been using to contact him, learned about their relationship.
Al was shocked to see his adversary Cain pointing a shotgun at him when he went to the barn in search of his lover.
A single gunshot was heard after a struggle for the weapon broke out, and at the beginning of Tuesday’s episode, it was revealed that Al had been the victim of the bullet.
People aren’t sure they have the right person despite being arrested after Al’s fiancée Kerry discovered him with her deceased partner.
Many fans are speculating that Cain might not be responsible because they didn’t specifically see him pull the trigger.
As the other person who knew about her affair with Al was Chas’ son Aaron Dingle (Danny Miller), viewers can be sure that he will be identified as the real murderer.
JAYMITCH81 commented on social media that it was “definitely Aaron who killed Al.”
Tweeted DancingQueen50216871, “I say it was Aaron who shot Al and Cain is covering for him.”
“#Emmerdale I definitely think there’s a twist and it’ll turn out that Aaron killed Al and NOT Cain,” Man18united commented.
“Cain just tell Aaron done cos we all know he did,” continued Chestikov69.
Cain claimed that all he had ever done was try to defend his family, according to Robronknows. Aaron undoubtedly completed it.
With Kellingtonz declaring: “Aaron is all over this shooting. Cain had just arrived.
Danny Miller, an actor who left Emmerdale last year, briefly returned to the soap last month in honor of its 50th anniversary.
Although it wasn’t easy for him to make a comeback, he gave Chas (Dominic Brunt) an ultimatum when he found out she had been cheating on him: either she ends the affair or he will leave forever.
He paid Al a visit while punching him in the face after seeing how kind his stepfather was to his mother during Faith Dingle’s (Sally Dexter) cancer battle.
He warned Al to stay away or there would be repercussions, telling him he wasn’t going to let him ruin Chas and Paddy’s union.
You avoid her going forward, right? He yelled in a fit of rage. Or I’ll bury you after I kill you.
Danny previously revealed to Digital Spy that Aaron’s hostility is a result of his devotion to his stepfather.
He said: “Paddy helped him deal with his sexuality and all the self-harm stuff after he came out to Paddy.
If Paddy were to cheat, Aaron, in my opinion, would be more upset with Chas’ cheating than Paddy’s, which is worse than the other way around.
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