Tuesday, July 28 2020
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I think that the son and father were fighting and it got physical which explains the defensive wounds. I think Philip Fontaine then picked up the kitchen knife and cut Grant’s arm. Then I believe Grant disarmed the knife and stabbed Philip Fontaine causing his death. However I think that Ashley Fontaine came home to Philip’s dead body and tried protecting her son by trashing the house to look like a burglary and even went so far as to fire a couple of gun shots (failing the first one, hence the broken bullet) then called the police after getting her and Grant’s stories straight.
1 year ago
Have you been able to explore any other motives? In the news report and the BIO there are quite a few more people to question and evidence to be looked at. I think this may be a premature answer. However I think you're on to something with Grant and his father having a fight for sure. That was one of my thoughts as well as Grant did have a cut on his arm (which Ashley was quick to point out by the way). I think they're the obvious suspects and that Grant may be being set up. It's all too easy. I want to see all the evidence. As this is a case where everything has been brought in I was hoping to have more pieces released at one time. Anyway, my two cents for what it's worth.
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