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Emmerdale heartbreak as Mackenzie Boyd killed for exposing Al Chapman’s fire plot?

THE CHARITY OF EMMERDALE When Dingle’s partner Mackenzie Boyd is killed after exposing Al Chapman’s involvement in the Woolpack fire, she may face heartbreak.

Al Chapman (Michael Wildman), the Emmerdale villain, has been at odds with the entire Dingle family in recent weeks. His feud with Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) has gotten even worse, especially after Cain abandoned Al’s son Ellis Chapman (Aaron Anthony) in the middle of nowhere, where he died of exposure. Al has also enraged Chas (Lucy Pargeter) and Marlon Dingle (Mark Charnock) by attempting to defraud them of £20,000 when they signed over The Woolpack to him.

Chas and Marlon were forced to sell their beloved pub after learning that their insurance claim was void because they failed to mention the development plans following a massive fire.

Al teamed up with newcomer Gavin (Ben Richards) to buy out Chas and Marlon, who already owned shares in the pub.

During Wednesday night’s episode, however, Chas was enraged to learn that Al had lowered his offer by £20,000.

Despite the businessman’s explanation that he didn’t have a choice, Cain intervened and tore up the contract.

Things get even worse when Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb) gets involved and tells Cain that they need to get even with Al for lowering the pub’s price.

A hooded figure cut the brakes on Al’s car at the end of Wednesday night’s episode, but no one knows who it is.

On Thursday night’s double bill, Al discovered that his car had been tampered with, and he immediately blamed Cain.

Despite Cain’s denials, Mackenzie was questioned by Cain about whether he had cut the brakes.

Mackenzie, on the other hand, denied knowing anything about it, insisting that he only stole Al’s phone.

“What the hell are you playing at?” Cain asked Mackenzie who was trying to crack the passcode on Al’s phone.

“Al’s car,” he continued as Mackenzie replied: “No, this is Al’s phone. Are you not a mechanic, Cain?”

“You cut his breaks,” the mechanic said before Mackenzie insisted: “No I didn’t.

“Me taking his phone is about as much initiative as you’re going to get.

“Sorry, but I am hardly going to kill the guy, am I? Now if you don’t mind I am going to get back to this.”

Mackenzie cracked the code on Al’s phone just as Cain was about to leave.

While reading through Al’s text messages, he came across one from Gavin that might implicate Al in the Woolpack fire.

“You might want to look at this,” Mackenzie said as Cain asked: “Who is Gavin?”

“Gavin is the one asking Al to sort out the pub on Christmas Day,” Mackenzie replied.

“And if you ask me that is somebody who wouldn’t mind getting rid of Al now the dirty work is done. So, what is the plan?”

Cain and Mackenzie then used Al’s phone to text Gavin to set up a meeting.

When the meeting took place, Mackenzie brandished a baseball bat and threatened Gavin with the truth.

They proceeded to question the businessman about Al’s role in the fire.

“What does this message say?” Gavin quizzed before Cain replied: “Sort out the pub.”

“It means sort out the pub?” Gavin hit back. “What Al did, he chose to do himself. That fire had nothing to do with me.”

Gavin informed Cain that he was pulling out of the deal, which meant Al would have to return the £50,000 he had invested.

Al then explained to Chas and Marlon that they needed to put the pub up for auction out of desperation.

Gavin continued by telling Al that Mackenzie and Cain had his phone, which contained the incriminating text messages.

Will they be able to bring Al to justice before it’s too late? Will Al kill Mackenzie to keep the truth about the fire from getting out?

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THE CHARITY OF EMMERDALE When Dingle’s partner Mackenzie Boyd is killed after exposing Al Chapman’s involvement in the Woolpack fire, she may face heartbreak.

Al Chapman (Michael Wildman), the Emmerdale villain, has been at odds with the entire Dingle family in recent weeks. His feud with Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) has gotten even worse, especially after Cain abandoned Al’s son Ellis Chapman (Aaron Anthony) in the middle of nowhere, where he died of exposure. Al has also enraged Chas (Lucy Pargeter) and Marlon Dingle (Mark Charnock) by attempting to defraud them of £20,000 when they signed over The Woolpack to him.

Chas and Marlon were forced to sell their beloved pub after learning that their insurance claim was void because they failed to mention the development plans following a massive fire.

Al teamed up with newcomer Gavin (Ben Richards) to buy out Chas and Marlon, who already owned shares in the pub.

During Wednesday night’s episode, however, Chas was enraged to learn that Al had lowered his offer by £20,000.

Despite the businessman’s explanation that he didn’t have a choice, Cain intervened and tore up the contract.

Things get even worse when Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb) gets involved and tells Cain that they need to get even with Al for lowering the pub’s price.

A hooded figure cut the brakes on Al’s car at the end of Wednesday night’s episode, but no one knows who it is.

On Thursday night’s double bill, Al discovered that his car had been tampered with, and he immediately blamed Cain.

Despite Cain’s denials, Mackenzie was questioned by Cain about whether he had cut the brakes.

Mackenzie, on the other hand, denied knowing anything about it, insisting that he only stole Al’s phone.

“What the hell are you playing at?” Cain asked Mackenzie who was trying to crack the passcode on Al’s phone.

“Al’s car,” he continued as Mackenzie replied: “No, this is Al’s phone. Are you not a mechanic, Cain?”

“You cut his breaks,” the mechanic said before Mackenzie insisted: “No I didn’t.

“Me taking his phone is about as much initiative as you’re going to get.

“Sorry, but I am hardly going to kill the guy, am I? Now if you don’t mind I am going to get back to this.”

Mackenzie cracked the code on Al’s phone just as Cain was about to leave.

While reading through Al’s text messages, he came across one from Gavin that might implicate Al in the Woolpack fire.

“You might want to look at this,” Mackenzie said as Cain asked: “Who is Gavin?”

“Gavin is the one asking Al to sort out the pub on Christmas Day,” Mackenzie replied.

“And if you ask me that is somebody who wouldn’t mind getting rid of Al now the dirty work is done. So, what is the plan?”

Cain and Mackenzie then used Al’s phone to text Gavin to set up a meeting.

When the meeting took place, Mackenzie brandished a baseball bat and threatened Gavin with the truth.

They proceeded to question the businessman about Al’s role in the fire.

“What does this message say?” Gavin quizzed before Cain replied: “Sort out the pub.”

“It means sort out the pub?” Gavin hit back. “What Al did, he chose to do himself. That fire had nothing to do with me.”

Gavin informed Cain that he was pulling out of the deal, which meant Al would have to return the £50,000 he had invested.

Al then explained to Chas and Marlon that they needed to put the pub up for auction out of desperation.

Gavin continued by telling Al that Mackenzie and Cain had his phone, which contained the incriminating text messages.

Will they be able to bring Al to justice before it’s too late? Will Al kill Mackenzie to keep the truth about the fire from getting out?

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THE CHARITY OF EMMERDALE When Dingle’s partner Mackenzie Boyd is killed after exposing Al Chapman’s involvement in the Woolpack fire, she may face heartbreak.

Al Chapman (Michael Wildman), the Emmerdale villain, has been at odds with the entire Dingle family in recent weeks. His feud with Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) has gotten even worse, especially after Cain abandoned Al’s son Ellis Chapman (Aaron Anthony) in the middle of nowhere, where he died of exposure. Al has also enraged Chas (Lucy Pargeter) and Marlon Dingle (Mark Charnock) by attempting to defraud them of £20,000 when they signed over The Woolpack to him.

Chas and Marlon were forced to sell their beloved pub after learning that their insurance claim was void because they failed to mention the development plans following a massive fire.

Al teamed up with newcomer Gavin (Ben Richards) to buy out Chas and Marlon, who already owned shares in the pub.

During Wednesday night’s episode, however, Chas was enraged to learn that Al had lowered his offer by £20,000.

Despite the businessman’s explanation that he didn’t have a choice, Cain intervened and tore up the contract.

Things get even worse when Mackenzie Boyd (Lawrence Robb) gets involved and tells Cain that they need to get even with Al for lowering the pub’s price.

A hooded figure cut the brakes on Al’s car at the end of Wednesday night’s episode, but no one knows who it is.

On Thursday night’s double bill, Al discovered that his car had been tampered with, and he immediately blamed Cain.

Despite Cain’s denials, Mackenzie was questioned by Cain about whether he had cut the brakes.

Mackenzie, on the other hand, denied knowing anything about it, insisting that he only stole Al’s phone.

“What the hell are you playing at?” Cain asked Mackenzie who was trying to crack the passcode on Al’s phone.

“Al’s car,” he continued as Mackenzie replied: “No, this is Al’s phone. Are you not a mechanic, Cain?”

“You cut his breaks,” the mechanic said before Mackenzie insisted: “No I didn’t.

“Me taking his phone is about as much initiative as you’re going to get.

“Sorry, but I am hardly going to kill the guy, am I? Now if you don’t mind I am going to get back to this.”

Mackenzie cracked the code on Al’s phone just as Cain was about to leave.

While reading through Al’s text messages, he came across one from Gavin that might implicate Al in the Woolpack fire.

“You might want to look at this,” Mackenzie said as Cain asked: “Who is Gavin?”

“Gavin is the one asking Al to sort out the pub on Christmas Day,” Mackenzie replied.

“And if you ask me that is somebody who wouldn’t mind getting rid of Al now the dirty work is done. So, what is the plan?”

Cain and Mackenzie then used Al’s phone to text Gavin to set up a meeting.

When the meeting took place, Mackenzie brandished a baseball bat and threatened Gavin with the truth.

They proceeded to question the businessman about Al’s role in the fire.

“What does this message say?” Gavin quizzed before Cain replied: “Sort out the pub.”

“It means sort out the pub?” Gavin hit back. “What Al did, he chose to do himself. That fire had nothing to do with me.”

Gavin informed Cain that he was pulling out of the deal, which meant Al would have to return the £50,000 he had invested.

Al then explained to Chas and Marlon that they needed to put the pub up for auction out of desperation.

Gavin continued by telling Al that Mackenzie and Cain had his phone, which contained the incriminating text messages.

Will they be able to bring Al to justice before it’s too late? Will Al kill Mackenzie to keep the truth about the fire from getting out?

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