A script by PAOLO ROBERTO MENDIOLA & JAN FERDINAND LAURE
Samantha Jones, a runway model and the wife of Brandon Jones, a famous chef in New York, was found dead in the bathroom of their private house New York. The one who found the body of Samantha was Tiffany Smith, the nanny. So the police pinned Tiffany as the prime suspect of the killing.
While the investigation on Samantha was still on going, Georgina James, the best friend of Samantha, was also found dead in her bedroom also by the nanny. Although the manner of killing the victims was different, all of them were washed clean of blood, Thereby making it a clean kill.
The NYPD were in a confusion of who might be the murderer and if the murder cases may have some relation. The nannies and husbands of both the victims were investigated for further information and details.
Since the NYPD did not find any other clues, Sgt. Maria Hernandez decided to dig deeper in the case. She searched the Employment agency in which the 2 nannies were employed. It was owned by Grace Ellis, a nice old lady who was suffering from cancer. She discovered that one of the policies of their agency was a 12 hour shift. She contacted the agency and asked if who the other nannies were in shift for Samantha and Georgina. And it leads to only one person, Leah Burke, an emotionally disturbed person which was known for cleaning houses spotless. Since the murders were clean kills, she was investigated and was put on trial. It was also exposed that she had a previous affair with Samantha’s husband Brandon. So it was concluded that she may have killed Samantha because of Jealousy. But it still doesn’t mean that she was the one who killed Georgina.
During the killing, Georgina’s house was robbed. And that the suspect escaped in the window. But interim forensics officer, Paul Rob, discovered a strand of hair near the window were the culprit escaped. The hair was color red and was the same color as of Leah’s.... [continues]
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