Rory’s death wasn’t part of the plan! …It wasn’t supposed to go down like this. Jordan Ashford (Tanisha Harper) is Hell bent on making sure the PCPD doesn’t lose another one of their own. But Rory os indeed going to die.
General Hospital news reports confirm Michael Blake Kruse is OUT at General Hospital. Jordan received news of Rory’s situation when Dante Falconeri (Dominic Zamprogna) encountered the tragic outcome at the scene. General Hospital spoilers point out a few suspicious hints in the recent episodes leading up to Rory’s death, as well as the time of Rory’s arrival in Port Charles.
First, Rory began working as an officer at the PCPD where he then met Trina Robinson (Tabyana Ali). At the time, Trina was facing allegations of a crime against her two best friends. Surprisingly, Rory didn’t hesitate to support Trina even though he barely knew her. The way he risked his badge for someone he just met raised some red flags. Despite the somewhat odd behavior, Rory and Trina developed a mutual liking to each other. Trina constantly fought off feelings for Spencer Cassadine (Nicholas Alexander Chavez) because of his bad-boy reputation. But squeaky clean Rory seemed to have a secret agenda.
Rory’s behaviors raise red flags
Fast forward to after the trial and Trina’s exoneration, Rory and Trina were more freely able to explore their relationship. General Hospital spoilers suggest Rory’s recent behavior indicate signs of a sinister plan. Things seemed to be moving quickly on his end which regarding the next steps in their relationship. He wanted Trina to meet his family on Christmas Eve and confessed his love for her at three months together. In addition, Rory purposely sat in on a conversation between Commissioner Jordan Ashford (Tanisha Harper) and Detective Dante Falconeri (Dominic Zamprogna). He got the inside scoop about Jordan and Dante’s plans to stop the hook killer.
Something that doesn’t sit well with fans is why Rory took it upon himself to show up at the apartment without telling anyone or having backup? Then, Dante shows up to find Rory stabbed, but no one actually saw what happened. Just like in the 1996 movie Scream, it seems almost like this was all part of a sinister plan gone horribly wrong.
What if Rory was never one of PCPD’s own?
General Hospital rumors speculate Rory was involved with the hook killer somehow. Suspicions regarding Rory’s true motives are supported by his questionable behaviors. It could be that Rory was planted at the PCPD to meet Trina and pretend to be interested in her as a way to lure her straight to the hook killer. However, Rory didn’t plan on developing real feelings for the killer’s main target. Finally, Rory’s feelings for Trina got in the way of the nefarious plot. If General Hospital rumors come true, and Rory was involved with the hook killer, it’s possible he tried to stop the killer before getting to Trina. Rory’s death wasn’t part of the plan, but neither were his feelings for Trina.
Jordan is determined not to lose another on of the PCPD’s own, however, we do know Rory dies. Maybe Jordan won’t lose one of their own after all if Rory was never on their side to begin with!
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