Who framed Brady for shooting Jack in the Virgin River?


Who framed Brady for shooting Jack in the Virgin River?

Season 3 of VIRGIN RIVER kept viewers on the edge of their seats as they got closer to discovering who shot Jack Sheridan. That was the one who blamed Brady for the shooting?

Season three of Virgin River is now available on Netflix, and it gives us more insight into Jack’s (Martin Henderson) shooting. The third season picks up three weeks after the horrific tragedy in Jack’s own bar, and his memory of the event is fuzzy. Brady (Ben Hollingsworth) was discovered in possession of a possible murder weapon at the end of season three, but was he set up?

Fans were shocked to learn that the bar owner was shot in his own establishment in the season two finale.

Mel Monroe (Alexandra Breckenridge), his companion, came just in time and transported him to the hospital, where he stayed for a few weeks.

Although he recovered quickly physically, the police were concerned about his recall of the incident.

They had been unable to identify Jack’s assailant, and the probe will likely continue in future seasons.

Calvin (David Cubitt) was initially suspected of being the perpetrator, but he had a strong alibi.

He remembered seeing a man in a dark hoodie after regaining some of his recollection.

He remembered arguing with Brady that night, but he couldn’t believe his former best buddy would go to such lengths.

In season three, fans witnessed a more vulnerable side of Brady as he started a relationship with Jack’s sister, Brie (Zibby Allen).

Brie was about to leave Brady after learning he was a suspect in the crime, but he persuaded her otherwise.

This lasted until his alibi was blown and a warrant was issued to search his home.

He was detained on the spot, in front of Brie, after a pistol was discovered in a vehicle outside his home.

Nobody believed him when he claimed he was being set up and that the gun was not his.

Calvin is most likely the one who framed Brady, considering he has referenced seeking his revenge several times.

Brady was in charge of providing information about Calvin’s drug enterprise, and as a result, Calvin had vowed to kill Brady.

He made it plain that Brady’s time would come, but Calvin may have believed that death was not the most appropriate punishment.

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