General Hospital Spoilers: Rory Has Been Strategically Stationed At The PCPD, Curtis Protects Trina, Trina Regrets Her Choice

Rory Cabrera’s (Michael Blake Kruse) squeaky clean reputation as a dedicated officer of the law and gentleman has raised some eyebrows.

General Hospital spoilers reveal Rory’s past remains a mystery as he and Trina Robinson (Tabyana Ali) shoot their shot at getting to know each other.

General Hospital rumors hint that Rory’s background has connections with the new mob boss lady in town, Selina Wu (Lydia Look). Selina is strong arming Curtis into using The Savoy as a place to transport her “goods.” Obviously Curtis is tightly tied to Trina as he is about to marry her mother, Portia Robinson (Brook Kerr).

Since General Hospital rumors point to a connection between Rory and Selina Wu, this will create an awkward dynamic between their families. How could Trina be involved with someone who is in connection with the woman who is using her stepfather (possibly biological father) as a way to commit her crimes in PC?

General Hospital spoilers and rumors hint that Rory has been strategically placed as an officer at the PCPD as a way to help Selina Wu run crime through the city. By having someone on the inside, it makes things much easier for Selina to take control.

Is Rory’s career as a police officer fraudulent as a way for the Wu family to take control of the Port Charles territory? Selina spells trouble and Rory is right there with her. Curtis and Trina better lookout!

Down the road…

General Hospital rumors suggest that Curtis will end up having to protect Trina against Rory, once things escalate surrounding his dealings with Selina. Maybe Spencer Cassadine (Nicholas Alexander Chavez) would have been the better choice after all?! 😯

Marie is an avid General Hospital fan. Her passion for writing and the compelling nature of the storylines is a perfect equation for writing a GH blog. Micki has a Bachelor of Science degree from Oakland University and spends time writing poetry and song lyrics.