Jagger Cates (Adam Harrington) wants to take charge of this high profile investigation in Port Charles. He’s gone out of his way to try to stop Anna Devane (Finola Hughes) and Jordan Ashford (Tanisha Harper) from getting close to the case. In fact, he stonewalled them so hard that Anna had to find ways to get around Jagger’s orders.
General Hospital recaps highlight Cyrus Renault’s efforts to help Anna and Jordan. He was sent to Pentonville to preach the Lord’s good word, and to gain information regarding the investigation. Somehow, Anna convinced him that by helping her get answers, he could potentially help a lost soul to find God.
Still, Jagger is suspiciously unsettled about Anna and Jordan’s plan. One would think that he’d be happy that they took the initiative to get closer to the truth. Instead, he’s uneasy. So what’s Jagger hiding?
General Hospital spoilers and rumors tease that Jason Morgan is a big part of this entire operation. Jagger knows Jason back when he was a Quartermaine, so the history is definitely in place. While GH rumors run wild, fans speculate that Jagger is hiding Jason for one reason or another. If that’s the case then it’s likely that Jason isn’t there willingly.
According to General Hospital comings and goings reports, Evan Hofer is rumored to return as the danger intensifies in Port Charles. What better way to show loyalty to Sonny than to return to Port Charles with none other than Jason Morgan?
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