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Hilton-BurnsHilton Burns was born on June 3, 1976, to Dr. Francis Burns and Dr. Barbara Clark of Oxford, Mississippi. Hilton was raised by a series of nannies as both parents worked long hours in their separate medical practices. Hilton may have been an only child but he never wanted for friends. He was popular with children in his neighborhood and later his classmates.

Hilton breezed through school, impressing his teachers and school administrators with his natural intelligence and determined work ethic. It wasn't until he entered and endured the constant pressure of medical school that others became aware of an anger that could erupt whenever he felt that lab or project partners had let him down.

Hilton never went so far that the school stepped in, but the other medical students shied away from him, even preferring to work with those less able rather than risk his wrath.

Still, he graduated at the top of his class, and once Hilton was board certified, he was asked to be a partner at the Yoknapatawpha Gastroenterology Center.

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  1. valarros

hmm...so could he have been so mad that she committed malpractice that he killed her?

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  1. TDA    valarros

Good question. But if he was so hopping mad at her, would he be really so controlled and fake a suicide? Or would he not rather smash her head in, in a fit of rage?

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  1. forluvuv1

Here is another man with a medical back ground with a motive and the means to care it out. He has a history of anger issues that make people shy away from him and he doesn't like to feel slighted in any way. If Veronica was slapped with a...

Here is another man with a medical back ground with a motive and the means to care it out. He has a history of anger issues that make people shy away from him and he doesn't like to feel slighted in any way. If Veronica was slapped with a malpractice lawsuit then it would Dr. Burns in a bad light as well. This could be a very plausable call for motive, I would spend some extra time talking with this man and find out more about his character and how he reacts to things like malpractice.

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  1. quarterlfecrisis

If i had to call it right now I would say this guy and Ruthie Foreman are good for the murder.

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