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Emmerdale reveals new Meena twist as Vinny gets bad news

In Emmerdale, the fallout from Meena Jutla’s murder spree has continued.

While the serial killer is still on the loose (for the time being), police investigating the death of her victim Ben Tucker have Liv Flaherty in custody because they believe she is still a suspect.

Vinny Dingle, a fellow Meena victim, is still desperate to see his girlfriend released now that he knows the truth, but believes Manpreet Sharma’s testimony is the key to getting it done.

The police finally interviewed Manpreet about her sister’s killing spree in Monday’s episode, and while she confirmed Vinny’s testimony about Meena, a new problem arose.

Manpreet realized after her interview with DS Rogers that she didn’t have any tangible evidence to prove Meena’s guilt besides her word.

DS Rogers later informed Vinny that Liv would not be released from jail at this time due to a lack of conclusive evidence.

The cop clarified, “It’s evidence of what Ms Jutla told Dr Sharma, but not evidence of what she did.” “There are still some unanswered questions about what happened to Mr Tucker and the others.”

DS Rogers then explained that he couldn’t accept Manpreet’s testimony as evidence because she’d been drugged at the time by Meena.

“Dr Sharma was clearly in a highly traumatised state, which might call her credibility into question,” he added. “For the time being, the charges against Ms Flaherty remain.”

Is Vinny capable of proving Meena’s involvement in the murders?

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In Emmerdale, the fallout from Meena Jutla’s murder spree has continued.

While the serial killer is still on the loose (for the time being), police investigating the death of her victim Ben Tucker have Liv Flaherty in custody because they believe she is still a suspect.

Vinny Dingle, a fellow Meena victim, is still desperate to see his girlfriend released now that he knows the truth, but believes Manpreet Sharma’s testimony is the key to getting it done.

The police finally interviewed Manpreet about her sister’s killing spree in Monday’s episode, and while she confirmed Vinny’s testimony about Meena, a new problem arose.

Manpreet realized after her interview with DS Rogers that she didn’t have any tangible evidence to prove Meena’s guilt besides her word.

DS Rogers later informed Vinny that Liv would not be released from jail at this time due to a lack of conclusive evidence.

The cop clarified, “It’s evidence of what Ms Jutla told Dr Sharma, but not evidence of what she did.” “There are still some unanswered questions about what happened to Mr Tucker and the others.”

DS Rogers then explained that he couldn’t accept Manpreet’s testimony as evidence because she’d been drugged at the time by Meena.

“Dr Sharma was clearly in a highly traumatised state, which might call her credibility into question,” he added. “For the time being, the charges against Ms Flaherty remain.”

Is Vinny capable of proving Meena’s involvement in the murders?

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In Emmerdale, the fallout from Meena Jutla’s murder spree has continued.

While the serial killer is still on the loose (for the time being), police investigating the death of her victim Ben Tucker have Liv Flaherty in custody because they believe she is still a suspect.

Vinny Dingle, a fellow Meena victim, is still desperate to see his girlfriend released now that he knows the truth, but believes Manpreet Sharma’s testimony is the key to getting it done.

The police finally interviewed Manpreet about her sister’s killing spree in Monday’s episode, and while she confirmed Vinny’s testimony about Meena, a new problem arose.

Manpreet realized after her interview with DS Rogers that she didn’t have any tangible evidence to prove Meena’s guilt besides her word.

DS Rogers later informed Vinny that Liv would not be released from jail at this time due to a lack of conclusive evidence.

The cop clarified, “It’s evidence of what Ms Jutla told Dr Sharma, but not evidence of what she did.” “There are still some unanswered questions about what happened to Mr Tucker and the others.”

DS Rogers then explained that he couldn’t accept Manpreet’s testimony as evidence because she’d been drugged at the time by Meena.

“Dr Sharma was clearly in a highly traumatised state, which might call her credibility into question,” he added. “For the time being, the charges against Ms Flaherty remain.”

Is Vinny capable of proving Meena’s involvement in the murders?

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