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Emmerdale’s Liam Cavanagh to sack Manpreet Sharma after discovering betrayal?

EMMERDALE’S grief-stricken Liam Cavanagh wants justice for the death of his daughter but as it seems Manpreet Sharma isn’t going to help his case, a new theory curated by Express.co.uk suggests he could make her life a misery.

In recent weeks on Emmerdale, Liam (Jonny McPherson) has been at the center of Meena Jutla’s (Paige Sandhu) downfall after discovering she murdered his daughter, Leanna Cavanagh (Mimi Slinger). Despite the fact that the ITV soap villain is now behind bars, there is still plenty of time for her to elude justice, as she appears to be using her manipulative powers to gain her freedom. Manpreet (Rebecca Sarker) has the power to send her sister to prison for the rest of her life, but as her fear for Meena grows, she may betray her friend and colleague in the most heinous way possible.

As Meena’s court case continues, the drama will continue in next week’s episodes of the weeknight serial drama.

Despite pleading guilty to a number of charges, including kidnapping Manpreet, she has refused to accept responsibility for the deaths of the people she murdered.

This is because she’s playing a cruel game with the villagers as a last act of vengeance for them exposing her as a villain.

When it’s her turn to testify, Manpreet struggles to keep her composure as the pressure mounts and the walls close in on her.

She tells Liam, away from prying eyes, that she will not be testifying against her sister because she does not believe she is strong enough to do so.

Unfortunately, Liam does not want to hear this because he knows Manpreet is one of the few people who has managed to escape Meena’s clutches alive.

She also grew up with Meena and is intimately familiar with the villain, making her one of the most persuasive witnesses on the stand.

As the mood darkens and Liam is left broken by the betrayal, he fears that he will never be compensated for what happened to Leanna.

Needing vengeance, the doctor may decide to make Manpreet’s life a living hell by dismissing her from her position at the GP practice.

The villager’s life revolves around this job, and she would be devastated if she couldn’t continue to practice and help those in need.

She would, however, be aware that Liam is in pain and would hope that he would reconsider his decision at some point because he knows how good a doctor she is.

As the weeks pass and Liam grows colder toward his friend, she may come to terms with the fact that she has permanently lost her job.

When Meena’s sister considers his decision, she might conclude that it was the right one because she shouldn’t have worked at the practice if she hadn’t realized her brother was a serial killer sooner.

She is aware that the practice is also facing a lot of public backlash as a result of the discovery. Meena is a serial killer who used to work there.

Despite the fact that she escaped Meena’s clutches with her life, the doctor has a sneaking suspicion that she is being punished for crimes she did not commit.

Manpreet may be motivated to start a new chapter of her life away from the village because she knows she won’t be able to return to the practice.

Meena, on the other hand, may be able to get away with murder if her sister never testifies against her and the crimes she committed.

The killer may be able to walk free, or at the very least be punished only for the other crimes to which she pleaded guilty.

This would still result in a shorter sentence for her, allowing her to return to the village in the future.

Will Meena stay around now that her sister has left or will she decide to track down Manpreet?

Sharon Marshall, a writer for the show, spoke on Tuesday’s edition of This Morning about how the team looked into a way for Meena to be able to walk free.

“We do look at serial killers and go, ‘Is there a way to keep them in?'” the soap expert explained.

“‘Is it possible for people to get away with it?’ ‘Look, is there a legal way for her to get through this if she pleads a certain way?’ we asked.

“And the research team read out on-screen 25 counts of illegal activity she’d engaged in that we were aware of.” Off-screen, most likely.

“So she’s broken the law 25 times… probably not,” she continued, but it does appear that Meena will be punished in some way for her crimes.

Viewers have expressed their opinions on the latest developments on social media, with Grianne writing: “Can’t believe Manpreet genuinely decides not to testify against Meena after all really?”

“Seriously, what the f**k is she thinking?” Isn’t it true that she owes it to the victims? The case would be much weaker without her. #Emmerdale’s Liam will never forgive her either.”

“I have a feeling we won’t see the last of Meena this week,” Olly predicted. And, to be honest, I’m hoping I’m correct! #Emmerdale.”

“Emmerdale seems to be stuck on murder storylines,” David continued, “though I’m not sure why they’re stringing Meena’s story out after she was caught #Emmerdale.”

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EMMERDALE’S grief-stricken Liam Cavanagh wants justice for the death of his daughter but as it seems Manpreet Sharma isn’t going to help his case, a new theory curated by Express.co.uk suggests he could make her life a misery.

In recent weeks on Emmerdale, Liam (Jonny McPherson) has been at the center of Meena Jutla’s (Paige Sandhu) downfall after discovering she murdered his daughter, Leanna Cavanagh (Mimi Slinger). Despite the fact that the ITV soap villain is now behind bars, there is still plenty of time for her to elude justice, as she appears to be using her manipulative powers to gain her freedom. Manpreet (Rebecca Sarker) has the power to send her sister to prison for the rest of her life, but as her fear for Meena grows, she may betray her friend and colleague in the most heinous way possible.

As Meena’s court case continues, the drama will continue in next week’s episodes of the weeknight serial drama.

Despite pleading guilty to a number of charges, including kidnapping Manpreet, she has refused to accept responsibility for the deaths of the people she murdered.

This is because she’s playing a cruel game with the villagers as a last act of vengeance for them exposing her as a villain.

When it’s her turn to testify, Manpreet struggles to keep her composure as the pressure mounts and the walls close in on her.

She tells Liam, away from prying eyes, that she will not be testifying against her sister because she does not believe she is strong enough to do so.

Unfortunately, Liam does not want to hear this because he knows Manpreet is one of the few people who has managed to escape Meena’s clutches alive.

She also grew up with Meena and is intimately familiar with the villain, making her one of the most persuasive witnesses on the stand.

As the mood darkens and Liam is left broken by the betrayal, he fears that he will never be compensated for what happened to Leanna.

Needing vengeance, the doctor may decide to make Manpreet’s life a living hell by dismissing her from her position at the GP practice.

The villager’s life revolves around this job, and she would be devastated if she couldn’t continue to practice and help those in need.

She would, however, be aware that Liam is in pain and would hope that he would reconsider his decision at some point because he knows how good a doctor she is.

As the weeks pass and Liam grows colder toward his friend, she may come to terms with the fact that she has permanently lost her job.

When Meena’s sister considers his decision, she might conclude that it was the right one because she shouldn’t have worked at the practice if she hadn’t realized her brother was a serial killer sooner.

She is aware that the practice is also facing a lot of public backlash as a result of the discovery. Meena is a serial killer who used to work there.

Despite the fact that she escaped Meena’s clutches with her life, the doctor has a sneaking suspicion that she is being punished for crimes she did not commit.

Manpreet may be motivated to start a new chapter of her life away from the village because she knows she won’t be able to return to the practice.

Meena, on the other hand, may be able to get away with murder if her sister never testifies against her and the crimes she committed.

The killer may be able to walk free, or at the very least be punished only for the other crimes to which she pleaded guilty.

This would still result in a shorter sentence for her, allowing her to return to the village in the future.

Will Meena stay around now that her sister has left or will she decide to track down Manpreet?

Sharon Marshall, a writer for the show, spoke on Tuesday’s edition of This Morning about how the team looked into a way for Meena to be able to walk free.

“We do look at serial killers and go, ‘Is there a way to keep them in?'” the soap expert explained.

“‘Is it possible for people to get away with it?’ ‘Look, is there a legal way for her to get through this if she pleads a certain way?’ we asked.

“And the research team read out on-screen 25 counts of illegal activity she’d engaged in that we were aware of.” Off-screen, most likely.

“So she’s broken the law 25 times… probably not,” she continued, but it does appear that Meena will be punished in some way for her crimes.

Viewers have expressed their opinions on the latest developments on social media, with Grianne writing: “Can’t believe Manpreet genuinely decides not to testify against Meena after all really?”

“Seriously, what the f**k is she thinking?” Isn’t it true that she owes it to the victims? The case would be much weaker without her. #Emmerdale’s Liam will never forgive her either.”

“I have a feeling we won’t see the last of Meena this week,” Olly predicted. And, to be honest, I’m hoping I’m correct! #Emmerdale.”

“Emmerdale seems to be stuck on murder storylines,” David continued, “though I’m not sure why they’re stringing Meena’s story out after she was caught #Emmerdale.”

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EMMERDALE’S grief-stricken Liam Cavanagh wants justice for the death of his daughter but as it seems Manpreet Sharma isn’t going to help his case, a new theory curated by Express.co.uk suggests he could make her life a misery.

In recent weeks on Emmerdale, Liam (Jonny McPherson) has been at the center of Meena Jutla’s (Paige Sandhu) downfall after discovering she murdered his daughter, Leanna Cavanagh (Mimi Slinger). Despite the fact that the ITV soap villain is now behind bars, there is still plenty of time for her to elude justice, as she appears to be using her manipulative powers to gain her freedom. Manpreet (Rebecca Sarker) has the power to send her sister to prison for the rest of her life, but as her fear for Meena grows, she may betray her friend and colleague in the most heinous way possible.

As Meena’s court case continues, the drama will continue in next week’s episodes of the weeknight serial drama.

Despite pleading guilty to a number of charges, including kidnapping Manpreet, she has refused to accept responsibility for the deaths of the people she murdered.

This is because she’s playing a cruel game with the villagers as a last act of vengeance for them exposing her as a villain.

When it’s her turn to testify, Manpreet struggles to keep her composure as the pressure mounts and the walls close in on her.

She tells Liam, away from prying eyes, that she will not be testifying against her sister because she does not believe she is strong enough to do so.

Unfortunately, Liam does not want to hear this because he knows Manpreet is one of the few people who has managed to escape Meena’s clutches alive.

She also grew up with Meena and is intimately familiar with the villain, making her one of the most persuasive witnesses on the stand.

As the mood darkens and Liam is left broken by the betrayal, he fears that he will never be compensated for what happened to Leanna.

Needing vengeance, the doctor may decide to make Manpreet’s life a living hell by dismissing her from her position at the GP practice.

The villager’s life revolves around this job, and she would be devastated if she couldn’t continue to practice and help those in need.

She would, however, be aware that Liam is in pain and would hope that he would reconsider his decision at some point because he knows how good a doctor she is.

As the weeks pass and Liam grows colder toward his friend, she may come to terms with the fact that she has permanently lost her job.

When Meena’s sister considers his decision, she might conclude that it was the right one because she shouldn’t have worked at the practice if she hadn’t realized her brother was a serial killer sooner.

She is aware that the practice is also facing a lot of public backlash as a result of the discovery. Meena is a serial killer who used to work there.

Despite the fact that she escaped Meena’s clutches with her life, the doctor has a sneaking suspicion that she is being punished for crimes she did not commit.

Manpreet may be motivated to start a new chapter of her life away from the village because she knows she won’t be able to return to the practice.

Meena, on the other hand, may be able to get away with murder if her sister never testifies against her and the crimes she committed.

The killer may be able to walk free, or at the very least be punished only for the other crimes to which she pleaded guilty.

This would still result in a shorter sentence for her, allowing her to return to the village in the future.

Will Meena stay around now that her sister has left or will she decide to track down Manpreet?

Sharon Marshall, a writer for the show, spoke on Tuesday’s edition of This Morning about how the team looked into a way for Meena to be able to walk free.

“We do look at serial killers and go, ‘Is there a way to keep them in?'” the soap expert explained.

“‘Is it possible for people to get away with it?’ ‘Look, is there a legal way for her to get through this if she pleads a certain way?’ we asked.

“And the research team read out on-screen 25 counts of illegal activity she’d engaged in that we were aware of.” Off-screen, most likely.

“So she’s broken the law 25 times… probably not,” she continued, but it does appear that Meena will be punished in some way for her crimes.

Viewers have expressed their opinions on the latest developments on social media, with Grianne writing: “Can’t believe Manpreet genuinely decides not to testify against Meena after all really?”

“Seriously, what the f**k is she thinking?” Isn’t it true that she owes it to the victims? The case would be much weaker without her. #Emmerdale’s Liam will never forgive her either.”

“I have a feeling we won’t see the last of Meena this week,” Olly predicted. And, to be honest, I’m hoping I’m correct! #Emmerdale.”

“Emmerdale seems to be stuck on murder storylines,” David continued, “though I’m not sure why they’re stringing Meena’s story out after she was caught #Emmerdale.”

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